Cribbs, Massaquoi diagnosed with concussions

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CLEVELAND -- Cleveland Browns wide receivers Josh Cribbs and Mohamed Massquoi were both diagnosed with concussions after each were hit hard by Steelers linebacker James Harrison on Sunday.

Head coach Eric Mangini couldn't provide a definitive answer about whether the pair would be available for next Sunday's game against New Orleans.

"We have to go through the procedure. It could also carry over," Mangini said.

According to a report in the Pittsburgh-Post Gazette, Harrison's hit on Cribbs was termed legal by the NFL, while the hit placed on Massaquoi is being reviewed.

Cribbs and Massaquoi are key offensive pieces for the 1-5 Browns, who have scored only 88 points so far this season, the lowest per-game average in the AFC.


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