Several media outlets are reporting on the injury status of certain members of the Cleveland Browns roster. Here is a summary digest of what has been revealed from Monday's practice [ABJ, Plain Dealer].
- WR Mohamed Massaquoi participated fully in practice, so it looks like he won't be held back from the shoulder injury he sustained against the Titans. WR Joshua Cribbs did not take part in team drills (sprained knee), but was involved in the individual drills. Cribbs needs to be at full strength in order for him to be the dynamic player he's shown to be capable of being.
- C Alex Mack (appendix) was on the sideline with no helmet or pads. If he is going to play against the Raiders, I don't anticipate him having much practice time leading up to the game. Steve Vallos continued taking reps with the first team in place of him, and John Greco continued working with the second team.
- LB Titus Brown (ankle) did warmups with the team but did not take part in practice. I thought it sounded like he was close to returning before the bye week, so I wonder if there has been any setback for Brown.
- CB Joe Haden did not practice as he continues to nurse a sprained knee, which has a brace on it. Nickelback Dimitri Patterson was taking reps with the first-team defense in place of him.
The entire practice session was reportedly open to the media, so I assume that everyone else was healthy enough to practice, perhaps including safety Eric Hagg.