Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson, the third overall pick of the NFL Draft who did not play in the preseason following a scope on his knee, is officially listed as questionable on the team's injury report. Richardson as listed as a limited participant in all three practices this week.
Five players join Richardson as questionable for the Browns: tight end Jordan Cameron (groin), offensive lineman John Greco (calf), quarterback Thaddeus Lewis (thumb), running back Chris Ogbannaya (ankle) and tight end Ben Watson (thigh). Linebacker James-Michael Johnson (ribs) is out and offensive lineman Oniel Cousins is listed as doubtful (ankle).
Also of interest for the Browns is the status of cornerback Joe Haden and linebacker Scott Fujita. Haden is reportedly appealing a four-game suspension and all signs point to him playing on Sunday. The status of Fujita is even more uncertain after the suspensions for the players involved in "BountyGate"were overturned by a collective bargaining agreement appeals panel on Friday. How that will play out for Fujita is unclear at the moment, especially considering the rule of Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur that a player must practice during the week in order to play. Fujita is currently on the Browns' reserve/suspended list, so a roster move would have to be made in order to activate the veteran linebacker.
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