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By PFW staff

The Browns have not yet determined who will start at right guard and right tackle Sunday at Tampa Bay, head coach Eric Mangini said Wednesday.

Floyd Womack, who missed the preseason with a knee injury, returned to practice Wednesday and will contend with rookie Shawn Lauvao to start at right guard, Mangini said. Meanwhile, veterans John St. Clair and Tony Pashos are competing at right tackle. Womack is listed as the starter at right guard, with St. Clair listed as the starter at right tackle, on the Browns' latest depth chart as of Sept. 6.

"My assumption is they all go to the game so they need to be prepared either way however they get the reps, and I'll make that decision later in the week as well," Mangini said.


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