BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Browns running back Peyton Hillis is not practicing again because of a hamstring injury, and could miss his second straight game.
Hillis returned to practice for the first time since Oct. 16 on Wednesday, but suffered a setback and has missed the past two days. He was not on the field with his teammates Friday as the Browns went through their final practice before leaving for Sunday’s game in San Francisco. Coach Pat Shurmur is expected to update Hillis’ status following practice.
Also, starting wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi is not practicing again. He has not yet been cleared by the Browns’ medical staff after suffering a concussion last week against Seattle.
Tight end Benjamin Watson returned after missing two days with post-concussion symptoms.