Jerome Harrison was inactive with his thigh injury, but hopes to be back in practice this week.
"The most frustrating thing was not being to help," he said. "All I could do was try to help the guys that were out there."
Josh Cribbs had to rally from a sprained left ankle to play against the Ravens and was in a walking boot after the game. It's a good thing he played.
Cribbs was the only Browns receiver to catch a pass, finishing with a career-high five receptions for 58 yards, including a long of 20.
"I was really questionable for this game," said Cribbs, who felt pain in the ankle Friday in practice and had fluid on it. "I had to work out before the game started and everything. My fans were like 'don't do it if you can't go.' But it's the Ravens. That why I went. It's the Ravens and it's the division."