Browns starting right offensive tackle Tony Pashos is making his season debut against Tennessee after missing Cleveland's first three games with an ankle injury.|||||||
Pashos returned to practice this week but was listed as questionable. The 6-foot-6, 325-pounder finished the previous two seasons on injured reserve. With Pashos back, Oneil Cousins, who had been rotating at right tackle with Artis Hicks, is inactive against the Titans.
Pashos was placed on injured reserve Wednesday due to an ankle injury.|||||||
Coach Eric Mangini did not reveal until Wednesday that Pashos, who started Cleveland's past three games, injured his ankle in Sunday's game against Pittsburgh.
The Browns signed Pashos on Sunday. Terms of the contract were not disclosed.|||||||
Pashos has played seven NFL seasons, including last year with the San Francisco 49ers.
The San Francisco 49ers took a big blow to their already struggling offensive line Tuesday, losing Pashos for the season with a broken left shoulder blade.|||||||
The 49ers placed Pashos on injured reserve a day after he had an MRI exam on the shoulder. The veteran offensive lineman was hurt during Sunday's 24-21 loss at Houston, his first start at right tackle in place of Adam Snyder.
The Jacksonville Jaguars cut Pashos on Saturday.|||||||
Pashos, who signed a five-year deal with Jacksonville in 2007, started 31 games but struggled last season. The Jaguars drafted offensive tackles Eugene Monroe and Eben Britton with this year's top two picks. Pashos moved to guard in Thursday night's preseason finale and played well, but Jacksonville asked him to play for less money and he refused, his agent said Saturday.