Published: Friday, November 16, 2007
3 Browns linebackers possible for Sunday's game in Baltimore
BEREA (AP) Browns linebackers Willie McGinest, D'Qwell Jackson and Antwan Peek practiced on a limited basis Thursday, making it possible the trio could play on Sunday at Baltimore.
McGinest (hamstring), Jackson (ankle) and Peek (knee) were kept out of practice on Wednesday.
McGinest and Peek each played in last Sunday's loss at Pittsburgh. Jackson, the club's leading tackler before getting hurt in an Oct. 28 game at St. Louis, has been sidelined the past two weeks.
Andra Davis and Leon Williams have each played more at inside linebacker while Jackson recovers.
Peek said before Thursday's workout that he will play against the Ravens (4-5).
The 36-year-old McGinest is eager to atone for what he called "my worst game as a Cleveland Brown" last week against the Steelers. McGinest was upset with himself for failing to tackle quarterback Ben Roethlisberger on a crucial third-down play in the fourth quarter, when the Steelers rallied.
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