Browns starting ORT Tony Pashos, who has missed the first two games with an ankle injury, was limited in practice on Wednesday, according to the club.
"It's hard to say how that's going to progress, but I know he's going to plan to try and do more this week than he was able to do last week, so we'll see," Browns head coach Pat Shurmur said earlier Wednesday of Pashos and his injury.
Artis Hicks and Oniel Cousins each has started a game at right tackle in Pashos' absence. Pashos did not practice last week, though he did practice twice on a limited basis leading up to Week One.
WR Mohamed Massaquoi (ankle) also was limited Wednesday. He has been listed with foot and hamstring injuries the past two weeks but has played in each of Cleveland's first two games.
Browns reserve LB Titus Young (ankle) and S Eric Hagg (knee) didn't practice, and WR Carlton Mitchell (finger) and DL Scott Paxson (shoulder) were full participants.
The way we see it
If Pashos can return to the lineup, he will have the tough task of blocking Dolphins WLB Cameron Wake, one of the game's top pass rushers. Neither Hicks nor Cousins has separated himself in the competition for playing time when Pashos has been out, Shurmur has indicated.