Posted December 21, 2012 on AP on Fox
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Mohamed Massaquoi, Jordan Cameron and Tashaun Gipson will not travel with the Cleveland Browns to Denver. Coach Pat Shurmur announced Friday that all three are out for the game against the Broncos (11-3) on Sunday. Massaquoi, a starting wide receiver, has a knee injury. He missed five games earlier this season with a hamstring problem. Cameron has a concussion, sustained last week against Washington. He has made six starts for the Browns (5-9) this season. Gipson, a rookie who has started twice, hurt his foot in practice this week. He had been expected to start in place of cornerback T.J. Ward, who hurt his knee in the loss to the Redskins.
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