CLEVELAND — Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry will return to practice Friday after clearing the concussion protocol, according to the Cleveland Browns.
On Sunday in the game against the Ravens, Landry exited late in the third quarter after suffering a concussion on top of dealing with a shoulder injury.
Landry has 18 receptions for a team-best 328 yards on the season. Throughout his six seasons, Landry has never missed a game.
The Browns said they will finalize his status for Monday's game against the San Francisco 49ers.
Browns starting cornerbacks Denzel Ward and Greedy Williams remain day to day with hamstring injuries that have kept them out of the past two games. They worked with trainers on the side during practice, the Associated Press reports.
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