Jags WR Brown a game-day decision

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Jaguars may not have starting receiver Mike Brown for the second consecutive week because of a shoulder injury but that determination won't be made until Sunday.

Coach Gus Bradley said they'll work Brown out before the 1 p.m. ET game at Cleveland before ruling him out. He is listed on Friday's injury report as questionable.

"Through the week he's felt better," Bradley said. "Yesterday [he was] a little bit sore and today we pulled back a few of his reps but we still need to take a look at him. I know he felt like it went pretty good but we'll have to see what happens on Sunday with him and see how he feels."

Brown, who has 17 receptions for 289 yards, injured the AC joint in his shoulder during the Jaguars' loss to Arizona two weeks ago and did not play against Houston last Sunday. The Jaguars signed Jeremy Ebert from the practice squad in time for the Texans game, but he did not play. Ebert is still on the active roster.

Bradley said earlier in the week that receiver Stephen Burton (concussion) and running back Justin Forsett (broken foot) would not play against the Browns.

Cornerback Will Blackmon (shoulder), offensive tackle Cameron Bradfield (bicep), defensive end Andre Branch (knee), safety Winston Guy (shoulder), linebacker Geno Hayes (knee), defensive tackle Roy Miller (shoulder), guard Will Rackley (illness), receiver Cecil Shorts (groin) and linebacker J.T. Thomas (ankle) are listed as probable.