Posted September 27, 2012 on
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Wide receiver Mohammed Massaquoi and running back Brandon Jackson have been placed on the inactive list by the Cleveland Browns for their game against the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night.
Massaquoi has a hamstring injury. Jackson was a healthy scratch for a third straight week. Cleveland's other inactives were quarterback Thaddeus Lewis, defensive back Eric Hagg, linebacker James-Michael Johnson (ribs), offensive lineman Ryan Miller and tight end Alex Smith (head).
Baltimore's inactives included linebacker Sergio Kindle and wide receiver LaQuan Williams, both of whom were healthy.
The Ravens' other inactive players were defensive back Asa Jackson, tight end Billy Bajema, defensive end DeAngelo Tyson, offensive tackle Jah Reid (calf) and defensive tackle Bryan Hall.
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