Browns RB Jerome Harrison (thigh) and WR Brian Robiskie (hamstring) sat out practice Wednesday, according to the official injury report.
Harrison, the Browns' starting running back, leads the Browns with 85 rushing yards, while Robiskie, listed as a starter at wide receiver, has two catches for 18 yards this season.
Two players who have started both games this season — OLB Matt Roth (foot) and ORG Floyd Womack (knee) — were limited in practice. ILB D'Qwell Jackson, who has started every game in which he has played but has missed the first two contests with a chest injury, was also limited.
QB Jake Delhomme, whom head coach Eric Mangini said would sit out Wednesday, indeed did not practice. ORG Shaun Lauvao (ankle), TE Evan Moore (head), CB Derrick Roberson (hip), NT Shaun Rogers (ankle, hip) and DE Robaire Smith (ankle) also didn't practice.
OLG Eric Steinbach (thigh) and OLT Joe Thomas (elbow) participated fully.
The way we see it
Neither Harrison nor Robiskie was on the injury report last week. If Harrison were limited in any way, the Browns would lean most heavily on Peyton Hillis and also could get second-year James Davis some carries for the first time this season. Robiskie, who has just one catch in each of his first two games, is backed up by Joshua Cribbs, who caught a 65-yard TD pass last week.