Wide receivers Mohamed Massaquoi and Travis Benjamin returned to practice for the Cleveland Browns on Friday after sitting out the Thursday's game against the Green Bay Packers, according to Tony Grossi of ESPN Cleveland. Massaquoi sat out while recovering from a concussion suffered the week prior, but is now practicing fully. Benjamin sat due to lingering soreness from the preseason opener.
Analysis: Benjamin missed his chance to challenge Massaquoi for his spot on the depth chart by sitting out against the Packers. The 5'10 speedster hasn't given any indication yet that he is going to be a significant weapon in the Browns' offense this year, so you'll want to leave him be until he has had time to develop. Massaquoi, meanwhile, is in danger of losing his spot to another rookie, Josh Gordon. Gordon caught two passes for 38 yards against Green Bay.