Browns’ Pashos poised for debut

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Tennessee has the league’s top-rated defense, which will test the Browns’ ability to move the ball.

“They’re the No. 1 defense in the league for a reason,” Pashos said. “If you watch film, everyone of those guys across the board, the front four, the linebackers, everybody, they are going to the ball, they’re hustling. They’re a hard-working front and they’re a hungry front.

“Their coach definitely has them playing hard and we have to rise to that challenge. It’s a good defense coming in here.”

Notes: The Browns’ injury report stayed the same all week with CB Sheldon Brown (groin), LB Titus Brown (ankle), WR Josh Cribbs (groin), DB Eric Hagg (knee), WR Mohamed Massaquoi (ankle), Pashos (ankle) and LT Joe Thomas (knee) all limited in practice and listed as questionable. They only two not expected to play are Titus Brown and Hagg, who could be back after the bye week.

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