BEREA, Ohio -- With almost 90 players on the field at the Browns organized team activity practices, it isn't necessarily easy to pick out Jason Pinkston.
He's the really happy one in the brown jersey.
Really happy. Really fortunate.
Last October, Pinkston developed a blood clot in his lung that ended his season after six games and left him hospitalized, fighting for his life. He left the Browns Oct. 14, 2012 game vs. the Bengals because he'd been feeling sick, and five days later he was hearing from doctors that a clot that started in his leg had moved to his lungs.
"When I was off that six months, (the football field) is the only place I wished I couldve been," Pinkston said Thursday. "So I never want to take anything for granted. Thats for sure."
He's since undergone a battery of tests, rehabilitation and uncertainty, and this week he has returned to action, trying to get back to speed and reclaim the starting left guard job he held last season.
Pinkston said on Thursday that he w...