Mohamed Massaquoi has bone injury

BEREA, Ohio -- Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur revealed starting wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi has an injured bone in his left leg.

Massaquoi, who showed up at training camp with a cast on his leg, has not yet practiced and spent the workouts on an exercise bike and watching from the sideline. Shurmur did not divulge any details about Massaquoi's injury until Monday, when he confirmed it was a bone problem. The Browns have not said how long they expect Massaquoi, who had 36 receptions as a rookie, to be out.

Also, second-year running back Montario Hardesty continued to be limited in his comeback from a knee injury. Shurmur said Hardesty has not suffered any setbacks and the team is intentionally bringing him along slowly.

Linebacker Chris Gocong suffered a stinger during practice.