Browns Rookie Mohamed Massaquoi, who worked opposite Braylon Edwards with the first-team offense, helped himself by catching three passes on Derek Anderson's 13-play no-huddle drive, including a 12-yarder for a first down.
Massaquoi also came on strong in practice towards the end of last week, dropping fewer passes and making some sensational catches. One was a one-handed grab in the end zone, but he failed to get both feet inbounds.
"He's got really good ability and he's a young guy," said Mangini. "He had that amazing one-handed 'Jordan' grab the other day."