From Dave Anderson at cleveland.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7HnIo-GGtaM
Mason Rudolph Lit the Match, Started the Fire, Fanned the Flames, Not Suspended
The NFL announced that for their parts in the brawl on Thursday night, Cleveland Browns Myles Garrett and Pittsburgh Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey received sizable suspensions while Larry Ogunjobi will be out one game. Mason Rudolph, the proximate cause of the entire situation and was responsible for escalating it, received no suspension.
Myles Garrett Suspended At Least Rest of Season, Maurkice Pouncey Gets 3 Games, Larry Ogunjobi Gets 1
The NFL did not hesitate to dish out penalties for the actions between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns on Thursday night after a disgraceful end to the game that turned into a full-on brawl. Myles Garrett has been suspended the rest of this season, including playoffs while Maurkice Pouncey is suspended three games and Larry Ogunjobi suspended one.
Morgan Burnett Out With Achilles' Injury
Cleveland Browns safety Morgan Burnett is questionable after injuring his Achilles' on a play where he went down without contact. He had made a number of plays in the game including a tackle for loss, a pair of pass deflections and he was the beneficiary of an interception off of a tipped pass by Denzel Ward.
In Wake of Injury and Ineffective Play, Browns Sign DE Bryan Cox Jr.
The Cleveland Browns announced the signing of defensive end Bryan Cox Jr., a third year defensive end who has played 19 regular season games as a member of the Carolina Panthers. They had waived linebacker Malik Jefferson to create the roster space.
Freddie Kitchens: Eric Murray Not Likely to Make it Back This Year
Cleveland Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens, in his only media availability before the team faces off against the Pittsburgh Steelers, said that defensive back Eric Murray was not likely to be back this year, indicating he's likely headed to injured reserve. That roster spot could go to Drew Forbes, who has to be activated tomorrow to be back on the roster this season.
Antonio Callaway Healthy Scratch Ominous
In his postgame media availability after the victory over the Buffalo Bills, Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield was asked and alluded to wide receiver Antonio Callaway being a healthy scratch by saying "Things happen". That doesn't sound good for the oft-troubled Callaway.
La Canfora: Analytics Department Wanted Kevin Stefanski Over Freddie Kitchens
Per Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Cleveland Browns analytics department was pushing for the team to hire Kevin Stefanski, the current Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator this past offseason when Freddie Kitchens was picked as head coach.
Rookie OL Drew Forbes Won't Be Activated From Injured Reserve For Game Against Bills
Friday, Freddie Kitchens announced that the Cleveland Browns would not activate Drew Forbes from injured reserve for the game against the Buffalo Bills. The team had previously designated Forbes to return and will have further opportunity to do so, continuing next week for the first game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.