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Browns' passing game intriguing but developing

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By Mike Wilkening

Though possessing some potential, there is no doubt the Browns' passing game is a work in progress.  Asked recently about the top four wide receivers on the depth chart — Mohamed Massaquoi, Brian Robiskie, Josh Cribbs and Chansi Stuckey — QB Jake Delhomme, in an interview with PFW, said their collective work ethic, intelligence and knowledge retention has "kind of blown me away" and that he's "impressed" with the group, but he noted that "(we're) going to have to learn each other some more as the season goes on." The Delhomme-to-Massaquoi combination is particularly intriguing; the two connected on a 41-yard TD in Week One at Tampa Bay. But other plays in the opener proved to be missed opportunities, such as when a potential TD pass fell incomplete in the endzone. Massaquoi, according to head coach Eric Mangini, didn't adjust a route as needed. 

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