Browns No. 2 receiver

Cleveland Plain Dealer - [Full Article]

Although Browns WR Josh Cribbs has made a strong case for the spot opposite Braylon Edwards, Mangini won't necessarily name a No. 2 or use the same one each week. Veteran Mike Furrey has played well all preseason and figures to get plenty of reps. Rookie Mohamed Massaquoi has also performed well enough to merit playing time.
"I don't know if it has to necessarily be 'this is number two, this is number three, this is number four,'" said Mangini. "Sometimes, you rotate guys through and depending on roles on special teams, depending on matchups, you could have all different starters throughout the course of the year."

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Filed Under: 2010, Preseason