Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson returned to the practice field and threw passes Thursday after missing Cleveland’s past two games with a shoulder injury.

During the portion of practice open to the media, Watson seemed to ease into throwing in practice again. Early on, he left several passes short and underthrown during warmup drills with the running backs, tight ends and receivers. But as practice went on, Watson seemed to settle in and grow more comfortable throwing the ball downfield.

He was officially listed as a limited participant.

Watson hasn’t had a full practice since Sept. 22 because of a rotator cuff strain to his right throwing shoulder.

On Wednesday, Watson said it’s still “up in the air” as to whether he’ll be able to play Sunday at the Indianapolis Colts.

“We just got to continue to take it day-to-day,” said Watson, who added that an MRI revealed a “microtear” in the rotator cuff muscle. “I’m not going to put the team in jeopardy if I can’t do certain things that is going to allow us to be handicapped in certain situations. That’s the reason why I haven’t been able to step on the field.”