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DeMarco Murray, Delanie Walker expected to play Sunday

The Titans will be in Cleveland on Sunday afternoon to try to bump their record to 4-3 before their bye week and it looks like they’ll have the help of a couple of offensive players listed as questionable for the game. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that running back DeMarco Murray and tight end Delanie [more]

Through six weeks, Deshaun Watson has the most popular rookie jersey

Texans rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson has emerged quickly as one of the best players in the NFL. He likewise has the best-selling jersey among all rookies. According to NFLShop.com, from the start of the regular season through Week Six, the top-selling jersey belongs to Watson. No. 2 belongs to Steelers linebacker T.J. Watt, followed by [more]

Browns reportedly hadn’t required injured players to adhere to curfew

Now that it’s known that the Browns sent receivers Kenny Britt and Corey Coleman (pictured) home early last weekend for missing curfew in Houston, the apparent excuse for the violation given by Britt and Coleman is known, too. Adam Schefter of ESPN, citing an unnamed source, reports that injured Browns players who wouldn’t have been [more]

Browns sent Kenny Britt and Corey Coleman home from Houston for missing curfew

The winless Browns have been a mess on the field this year, and they have some problems off the field as well. According to Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, last week in Houston receivers Kenny Britt and Corey Coleman were both sent home early after they missed Saturday night curfew. Britt and Coleman had both [more]

Gregg Williams hopes Marcus Mariota’s hamstring is hurting “a lot”

Five years after the bounty scandal, the man at the heart of it is making jokes about quarterback injuries. Browns defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, who has had a resurrection to his career that would impress even Marv Albert, tiptoed back down the “remember me” path on Friday when discussing Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota, who played [more]

DeShone Kizer calls players-only offensive meeting

In an attempt to display his leadership skills, Browns quarterback DeShone Kizer called a players-only offensive meeting Friday. “As I said earlier this week, it’s about doing more, and that’s just a small thing that we can add into the week,” Kizer told Mary Kay Cabot of cleveland.com. “It’s something that I think can allow [more]

Week Seven injury report roundup

Week Seven kicked off on Thursday with a Raiders win and it continues with 13 more games on Sunday, which means that the 26 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday. Questionable players are uncertain to play, doubtful players are unlikely to play and out should be self-explanatory. Players [more]

Jason McCourty questionable after tweaking ankle in practice

Browns cornerback Jason McCourty might not play against his old team after all. According to Dan Labbe of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, McCourty tweaked his ankle in practice Thursday, and will be listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Titans. McCourty spent his first eight years with the Titans, and has been one of [more]

DeMarco Murray does limited work, questionable for Sunday

After missing the last two days of practice because of another hamstring injury, getting any amount of work out of running back DeMarco Murray was good news for the Titans. But they’re still not sure he’s going to be ready to go Sunday. Via Jim Wyatt of the team’s official website, Murray was limited in [more]

Myles Garrett “expects better” after three sacks in two games

Myles Garrett had a sack on the first play of his career. Does it get any better than that? Well, yeah, the Browns defensive end sure believes so. Garrett has three sacks in two games, having missed the first four games with a high-ankle sprain. “I feel like you can expect better,” Garrett said, via [more]

Jay Gruden on Carson Wentz: I don’t know how he got to Philadelphia

Jay Gruden and Browns fans have something in common: They both wish Carson Wentz didn’t go to Philadelphia. Gruden, the Washington coach whose team is preparing to face Wentz’s Eagles, lavished praise on Wentz today and perhaps took a little shot at the Browns for trading the pick that the Eagles used to draft Wentz. [more]

Hue Jackson supports players celebrating big plays, even when Browns get blown out

With the Browns trailing the Texans 24-3 on Sunday, Cleveland defensive tackle Danny Shelton tackled Houston running back Lamar Miller for a loss of three yards. Shelton got up and celebrated boisterously. Some observers weren’t keen on that, thinking that while the winless Browns were getting blown out, it wasn’t the right time for a [more]

Hue Jackson says Kevin Hogan’s badly bruised ribs are reason he won’t suit up

Kevin Hogan won’t play Sunday. He won’t even suit up. Badly bruised ribs have relegated the quarterback to third string this week. “My thinking with Cody was because obviously, Kevin has some ribs,” Browns coach Hue Jackson said, via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “They’re pretty bruised in my opinion. It’s not [more]

Hue Jackson thinks a week off will help DeShone Kizer

Some (me, at least) think that the Browns benched quarterback DeShone Kizer for a week because the Browns didn’t want to showcase the DeShone they drafted against the Deshaun they didn’t. On Wednesday, coach Hue Jackson provided another explanation for the move. Jackson thinks the week off will make Kizer a better quarterback. “I think [more]

DeShone Kizer says benching “sparked my competitive juices”

The Browns benched quarterback DeShone Kizer last week and reversed course this week by naming him their starter for this Sunday’s game against the Titans. That wasn’t a very long time, but Kizer said that it was enough for him to learn that he has to “have a better attitude” now that he’s back in [more]

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