by Jack Cassidy
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi pulled his hamstring in Sunday's loss to the Buffalo Bills and may not be able to play Thursday against the division rival Baltimore Ravens.
Massaquoi remained hopeful that he would be available for Thursday's game, according to Bob Finnan of the News-Herald.
"We're going to take a look at it and, hopefully, it's not anything extensive," he said. "I'll continue to fight to get a win."
Massaquoi missed the entire second half of Sunday's game with the injury. He caught only one pass for 14 yards before leaving the game, bringing his totals to nine receptions for 145 yards and zero touchdowns through three games this season. Greg Little and rookies Travis Benjamin and Josh Gordon handled the receiving duties with Massaquoi out, compiling a total of seven receptions for 101 yards in the loss.