Johnson was hurt during a freak play in training camp. He returned to practice on Monday.
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Whichever teams top the NFL defense rankings will challenge for the championship, and that's a fact. Check out 2020's best, updated weekly.
by: Scott Petrak - The Chronicle-Telegram — Browns Zone 10h
Q: The safety position still seems to be a significant problem for our defense. What direction do you think the Browns will go — stay with the starters and hope they will get better, use some of their cap space on a free agent, or promote a safety...
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The early returns are clear: Cam Newton > Tom Brady.
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After two weeks, these 3 Browns players have not performed to the expectations surrounding the hype for them in the 2020 NFL season.
by: Jordan Heck — Sporting News 11h
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Analysis: Baker Mayfield takes big step with accuracy vs. Bengals, now must stop interception streak
by: Scott Petrak - The Chronicle-Telegram — Browns Zone 20 Sep
Wins are obviously the most important thing, but two statistics for Baker Mayfield go a long way toward success for him and the Browns. He took care of the first Thursday night by completing 69.6 percent of his passes (16-for-23) in the 35-30 win...
NFL Week 2 injuries: Updates on Saints’ Michael Thomas, Giants’ Golden Tate, Patriots’ Julian Edelman, more - nj.com
by: Mike Rosenstein | email@example.com — NJ.com 20 Sep
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas, New York Giants wide receiver Golden Tate and New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman are banged up heading into Week 2.
by: Mary Kay Cabot | firstname.lastname@example.org — Cleveland.com 20 Sep
Can Baker Mayfield and the Browns' offense score enough each week to mask problems in the secondary? Hey, Mary Kay!
by: Chris Pokorny — SB Nation: Dawgs By Nature 20 Sep
The offense clicks on all cylinders, scoring five touchdowns against the Bengals.