Some rest, liquids and medication have the Cleveland Browns feeling a little better.
Pro Bowl nose tackle Shaun Rogers and linebacker Kamerion Wimbley returned to the team Thursday after being among 12 players -- six of them starters -- who were sent home Wednesday with flulike symptoms. The other 10 players remain isolated from the team.
Browns coach Eric Mangini said two of the unidentified players have been diagnosed with Influenza A, which is related to the H1N1 virus. Mangini reported that there have been no new cases of the flu, and that the other ill players haven't gotten any worse.
"That's a positive," Mangini said. "As far as a timetable for the rest of the group coming back, I'm not totally sure yet, but we're going to keep being cautious with this to make sure we don't go into the weekend and put the group that hasn't had it in a position where they could get it."