CLEVELAND - OCTOBER 04: Mohamed Massaquoi #11 of the Cleveland Browns makes a catch at the 1 yard line against Jonathan Joseph #22 of the Cincinnati Bengals during their game at Cleveland Browns Stadium on October 4, 2009 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
And that’s all she wrote, folks. The 2009 second round trio of David Veikune, Brian Robiskie and Mohamed Massaquoi are now all former members of the Cleveland Browns as MoMass reportedly came to agreement with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Massaquoi will be remembered as a guy who couldn’t stay on the field. You can’t blame him for the time he was crumpled by Pittsburgh Steeler James Harrison across the middle, but a receiver who has declining yardage in each of his first four NFL seasons is likely to change teams.
Massaquoi was a pleasant surprise his rookie season when he caught 34 balls for 624 yards, but followed it up with 483, 384, and 254 in the next three seasons. It also doesn’t help that in his contract year MoMass played only nine games and didn’t have a TD reception.
Teams are certainly supposed to do better with the 50th overall selection in the NFL draft.
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