Both receivers were knocked out of Sunday's game in the second quarter after taking hard hits from Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison, setting in motion a crackdown on helmet-to-helmet hits and fines for dangerous and flagrant tackles. The Browns were forced to play the second half with just two healthy wide receivers, Brian Robiskie and Chansi Stuckey.
Harrison was fined $75,000 by the NFL for his hit on Massaquoi. The league said Harrison's hit on Cribbs was legal and didn't figure in the fine, even thought it resulted in a concussion.
Cribbs took to Twitter on Wednesday to respond to the fine.
Cribbs later added: "I don't believe he intentionally wants to injure anyone, but it is apart of the game."
Smith has had a back injury and didn't play in Sunday's loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Pashos has an ankle injury.