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Massaquoi's unveiling in Shurmur's scheme delayed

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By Mike Wilkening

The Browns haven't added to the WR corps since the lockout was lifted, putting the performance and progress of the wideouts on the roster squarely under the spotlight this summer. To that end, the Browns had a setback early, with WR Mohamed Massaquoi missing time with a foot injury. No Browns wideout has shown as much big-play potential in the past two seasons as Massaquoi, and how he will fare in Pat Shurmur's scheme is of great interest. What is clear is the Browns have a host of options at wide receiver, with Massaquoi, rookie Greg Little and veterans Joshua Cribbs, Jordan Norwood and Brian Robiskie all seemingly having a chance to become key contributors. It's also clear that the Browns have far fewer questions — and greater depth — at tight end, with Evan Moore starting camp well and looking like a solid complement to Benjamin Watson.

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