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The Cleveland Browns may have to depend on receiver Brian Robiskie this Sunday when the Browns take on the 49ers. The Cleveland Browns will be making the trip to San Francisco with wounded players two of which usually are there to help catch the ball. Mohamed Massaquoi and Ben Watson have been absent from the practice field this week due to head injuries. Both are questionable for Sunday’s game. Robiskie has never really been used that much since coming to the Cleveland Browns from The Ohio State university.3
The Browns have to get the ball into the end-zone this Sunday if they expect to compete in this game. Brian Robiskie could help them do just that. One reason is the lack of use Robiskie gets. Not to many teams have seen him in action and they really shouldn’t know what to expect. Robiskie made several big catches when he was at Ohio State and I for one feel this guy doesn’t get used like he should. The Browns just may have to rely on a more balanced game plan this week. Last w...
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Browns running back Peyton Hillis is not
practicing one day after returning from a strained left hamstring.
Seely spent past the two seasons with the Cleveland Browns