The Browns will list cornerback Joe Haden as doubtful and will list wide receiver Terrelle Pryor as questionable on their Friday injury report.
Both had missed practice Wednesday and Thursday. Haden has a groin injury that kept him out of last week’s game, and Pryor suffered a hamstring injury during last week’s loss at Tennessee.
Browns Coach Hue Jackson told reporters earlier in the week he was “very hopeful” that Pryor and Haden would be able to play Sunday in Cincinnati. Pryor has a team-high 33 catches for 413 yards and three touchdowns.
Haden has previously missed two games due to two different groin injuries. Haden was limited to five games last season by various injuries.
The Browns have also ruled out safety Marcus Burley, tight end Seth DeValve, quarterback Josh McCown and wide receiver Corey Coleman, who’s not yet been cleared to return to action due to a broken hand.