Cleveland Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi returned to practice Tuesday morning, according to ESPN Cleveland's Tony Grossi. Massaquoi had been out since reportedly suffering a concussion during Cleveland's first preseason game on Friday. The injury occurred on the Browns' first series after Massaquoi caught a pass from rookie Brandon Weeden and was hit by Lions safety Erik Coleman.
Massaquoi has suffered concussions in each of the past two seasons, including one in October that forced him to leave a game against the Seahawks. He also missed time in October 2010 after a James Harrison hit knocked Massaquoi out of a game against the Steelers. In total, he has missed three games in the last two seasons due to concussions.
Massaquoi added to this week's drama by taking to Twitter and refuting the Browns' report that he had suffered a concussion. He wrote, "No! Precautionary! Cant wait to get back to work!"
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