CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Browns announced on Saturday that wide receiver KhaDarel Hodge has been activated from injured reserve.
Hodge appeared in the Browns' first three games of the season, but injured his hamstring during pregame warmups in the Week 4 matchup with the Cowboys.
The wide receiver was placed on injured reserve on Oct. 6 and designated for return on Thursday.
In the first three games, Hodge recorded three receptions for 51 yards.
Hodge’s return is a welcome sight for the Browns who have lost several key offensive weapons to injury, including wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. who tore his ACL and is out for the remainder of the season, running back Nick Chubb who injured his MCL and was placed on injured reserve on Oct. 5, and tight end Austin Hooper who recently had an appendectomy and is continuing to recover from the surgery.
Cleveland takes on the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium, their last game before heading into the bye.