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BEREA, Ohio - Browns right tackle Tony Pashos appears fully healed from his injured left ankle and is expected to make his season debut on Sunday against Tennessee (2-1).
Pashos missed Cleveland's first three games, forcing the Browns (2-1) to use both Artis Hicks and Oneil Cousins in a rotation on the right side. The six-foot-six, 330-pound Pashos played in just six games last season with an injured right ankle. He worked with Cleveland's starting offence during the portion of practice open to the media on Friday.
His return should help the Browns' running game, which should be improved with Peyton Hillis back in the lineup this week. Hillis missed last week's game against Miami with strep throat but has recovered and practised all week.