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The Cleveland Browns have placed starting safety Morgan Burnett on injured reserve with an Achilles injury.
From unsung defensive heroes to overlooked offensive weapons, we look at the most underrated players while ranking each team.
Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer
Baker Mayfield's $12,500 fine for criticizing officiating after the Seahawks game has been overturned after the QB won his appeal, per source. The criticism was deemed not strong enough to warrant a fine. After a 32-28 loss to Seattle, Mayfield said, “I'll probably get fined for saying this, but it was pretty bad today.'' Mayfield was referencing a controversial blindside blocking penalty against WR Jarvis Landry
Seth Walder ESPN Analytics
Double team rate as an edge rusher (x) by pass rush win rate as an edge rusher (y). Robert Quinn, Myles Garrett, Jadeveon Clowney, DeMarcus Lawrence and Za'Darius Smith stand out for their ability to consistently win despite being double-teamed frequently. Pass rush win rate is the rate at which a defender beats his pass blocker within 2.5 seconds of the snap. It is an ESPN metric that uses NFL Next Gen Stats data.
Cleveland coach Freddie Kitchens said Monday that the Browns will continue to support suspended defensive end Myles Garrett while also not excusing Garrett for his actions Thursday against Pittsburgh.
Derrick Brooks and James Thrash are expected to hear and rule upon the appeals of the three players suspended after Thursday night's Steelers-Browns melee no later than Wednesday morning and possibly as early as Tuesday, league sources told ESPN.
The NFL plans to issue mass fines to about 10 players for leaving the bench area and running on the field, league sources tell ESPN.
The draft pick Cleveland received from Houston for Duke Johnson will become a third-rounder when the RB plays Sunday, a source tells ESPN.
Former Browns offensive coordinator Todd Haley doesn't view Thursday's melee that got Myles Garrett indefinitely suspended as a "fluke" incident, telling SiriusXM that it "falls squarely" on coach Freddie Kitchens.
Suspended Raiders linebacker Vontaze Burfict said he turned Thursday night's game off after the fight broke out: "That's not part of football," he said. "I hit people on the field during the game."
Myles Garrett’s infraction stands alone, but it’s hardly isolated during a season plagued by dysfunction in Cleveland.
Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph will not pursue legal charges or take additional action against Browns defensive end Myles Garrett after Thursday's on-field altercation, a source told ESPN.
Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer
I asked Bruce Arians about Thursday night's incident with Myles Garrett and Mason Rudolph. He's coached both of those teams. "There's no place for fighting in this game," Arians said. "For it to happen at the end of a game like that — it's a shame."
The NFL has indefinitely banned Browns DE Myles Garrett for hitting Steelers QB Mason Rudolph in the head with his helmet. Pittsburgh's Maurkice Pouncey (3 games) and Cleveland's Larry Ogunjobi (1 game) have also been suspended.
After Mason Rudolph was struck in the head with his own helmet by Myles Garrett, the Steelers quarterback's agent said no legal options have been ruled out for a potential response. Police said they are not investigating Garrett.
Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer
Browns DE Myles Garrett suspended indefinitely for a minimum of at least this regular season and playoffs. Browns DT Larry Ogunjobi suspended one game. Steelers C Maurkice Pouncey suspended suspended three games.
Former Browns wide receiver Antonio Callaway lost his appeal and will be suspended for his next 10 games, a source told ESPN.
Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer
Former Browns' WR Antonio Callaway lost his appeal and now will be suspended for the next 10 games, regular or post-season, for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, per source.