Clay Matthews has missed a second straight day of practice after coach Mike McCarthy said he was holding out the Green Bay Packers' star linebacker as a precaution because of knee soreness.
Matthews watched in a white cap on the sideline while teammates went through practice Tuesday morning.
Matthews has been to five Pro Bowls. He insisted Monday that he would be fine.
Also Tuesday, running back Eddie Lacy was pulled near the end of practice because of what McCarthy said was a sore foot.
Receiver Jared Abbrederis remains out with a concussion.
>>WR Hilton's Agent Hopeful of Long Term Deal
T.Y. Hilton's preference is to be paid like an All-Pro receiver in Indianapolis.
On Tuesday, Hilton's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, told a small group of reporters he was hopeful the two sides could agree to a contract extension by Labor Day weekend, as team owner Jim Irsay has suggested. Hilton's contract expires after the season.
A year ago, he caught 82 passes for a career high 1,345 yards and seven touchdowns to earn his first trip to the Pro Bowl. Hilton recently questioned on Twitter whether the new five-year, $70 million deals signed by Dallas' Dez Bryant and Denver's Demaryius Thomas should serve as the standard for him.
Rosenhaus declined to talk about the terms he was seeking.
>>Browns To Move Pryor To WR
Terrelle Pryor took the handoff, set his feet and unloaded a deep pass that fluttered, floated and somehow landed in Travis Benjamin's hands for a touchdown.
Pryor knew the trick-play toss would get poor reviews.
And, not a bad one for a wide receiver.
Attempting the switch from NFL quarterback to receiver with the Browns, Pryor is making progress and believes his chances of making the roster are growing daily.
Five practices into training camp, the Pryor experiment has gone better than expected. The former Oakland quarterback and Ohio State star has opened eyes with his athleticism, drawn praise for his work ethic and become the biggest story in camp - quite a contrast from last summer's media circus when quarterback Johnny Manziel made headlines with every move on the field.
Pryor sustained a minor setback Tuesday when his right hamstring tightened. He spent the final hour of practice watching from the sideline with his leg wrapped. Afterward, the 6-foot-4, 223-pounder said he doesn't believe the injury is serious and it's possible he may sit out a day to rest.
Pryor doesn't expect the injury to stop him from playing in the team's instrasquad scrimmage Friday at Ohio Stadium in Columbus. It will be his first visit to Ohio State since leaving amid an NCAA investigation into players selling memorabilia. As part of his penalty, Pryor was sent a disassociation letter from the school, banning him from several privileges, including using the Buckeyes' facilities. However, he can participate as a member of the Browns.
As the days go on, his odds of making Cleveland's roster seemingly rise.