Massaquoi incurred a chipped bone.
"It feels good," Massaquoi said. "I'm excited to be back out here with the guys. I wish I could have started a little bit earlier. Now, I'm playing a little bit of catch-up to make sure I get in shape and do the things that I need to do to be ready."
Massaquoi's presence was welcomed by McCoy.
"It was good to have Mo back in a few drills, to throw the ball to him a little bit, to get his feet back under him," McCoy said. "I think we will slowly kind of work him in as we go. I think we are all excited to have him back."
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