Cleveland Browns safety Usama Young was back at practice Wednesday after missing last Sunday’s game against the Oakland Raiders with a concussion.
Young suffered the concussion two weeks ago against the Pittsburgh Steelers and wasn’t cleared in time to play against the Raiders. Young was limited in practice Wednesday but it was a good first step in getting back for the Browns game against the Kansas City Chiefs this Sunday.
Young has played in 10 games while making eight starts for the Browns this season. He has recorded 42 tackles with 1.5 sacks and two interceptions this season.
Wide receiver Joshua Cribbs (shoulder, chest) and safety Raymond Ventrone (calf) were also limited in practice on Wednesday.