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Despite increasing skepticism among Cleveland critics, Browns' receivers are knocking on the door for a breakout season. With a core of essentially three rookies, a kick returner and the most experienced player being slot receiver Chansi Stuckey, it's only natural the doubters would come calling.

After the departure of wide receiver Braylon Edwards last season, it left the No. 1 receiver slot to be filled by rookie Mohamed Massaquoi. Massaquoi showed flashes of greatness last season, putting up great numbers against Cincinnati, Detroit, and Pittsburgh totalling 18 receptions for 346 yards. Unfortunately, like most rookies, his consistency just wasn't there, often going quiet for streaks of games. However, the good news with numbers like that is that the potential is there.

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