Browns’ WR corps full strength
BEREA — Jarvis Landry, who was having the best game of his career last week before suffering a concussion, cleared league protocol and returned to practice on Friday as the Browns prepared to play at San Francisco on Monday night.
Landry had racked up a career-high 167 yards receiving on eight catches when he banged his head while trying to score on a long reception in the third quarter at Baltimore. Landry claims he felt fine when he got up. One of the league’s supervisors asked for Landry to be checked and it was determined he had a concussion, ending his big day and threatening to keep him sidelined longer.
Landry’s back and the Browns’ receiving corps is at 100 percent for the first time this season. Rashard Higgins practiced this week after missing three games with a knee injury, and speedster Antonio Callaway is healthy following a four-game league suspension for a substance abuse violation and a high ankle sprain.
CBs Denzel Ward and Greedy Williams remain sidelined with hamstring injuries and are doubtful for Monday’s game. LB Willie Harvey (shoulder) was placed on injured reserve, opening a roster spot for Callaway to be activated.