Ben Tate returns to practice for the Browns

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BEREA-The Cleveland Browns returned to the practice field after the team’s bye week, that includes running back Ben Tate who sustained a knee injury in the opener and missed the past two games.

Tate was running with the first team in the practice portion open to the media.

Isaiah Crowell who got some playing time in Tate’s absence leads the team with 3 rushing touchdowns and scored twice in his NFL debut.

The other rookie running back making an impact in Tate’s absence was Terrance West, who leads all NFL rookies with 204 rushing yards, while adding two touchdowns.

West rushed for 100 yards in his NFL debut.

The Browns travel to Tennessee on Sunday to face the Titans at 1:00 p.m.