Browns lose six to injuries
BEREA, Ohio -- The Cleveland Browns' preseason-opening win in Detroit came at a significant cost.
Wide receivers Mohamed Massaquoi and Travis Benjamin, linebacker Scott Fujita, cornerback Dimitri Patterson, tight end Jordan Cameron, and defensive tackle Scott Paxson did not practice Sunday as the Browns resumed their training camp schedule.
All six were injured Friday during Cleveland's 19-17 victory, and all are either starters or second-teamers on the depth chart.
"It's hard to tell when they'll be back," coach Pat Shurmur said.
Fourth-year starter Massaquoi (concussion), Patterson (right ankle), Cameron (back), and Paxson (right knee) each required help from Cleveland's training staff after on-field collisions.
Shurmur would not reveal the injuries that Benjamin and Fujita suffered.
Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press
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