Former Alabama DB Marlon Humphrey choke slams OBJ

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To be 2-2 and in first place considering the way the season started has to be seen as a good thing for the Browns, internally and externally.

"We've got a bunch of guys that are more than capable of making plays", Mayfield said.

With Antonio Callaway returning from suspension, it will be interesting to see how often the Browns run three-receiver sets, considering how the Browns rushed the ball.

With wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. being held to a career-low two receptions, Cleveland running back Nick Chubb and wide receiver Jarvis Landry powered the offensive eruption.

Without hesitation, Mayfield said, "Absolutely not".

Finally, Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns lived up to the hype. But again, one of their teammates was on the ground too, so we just need to decide what direction we want to go with that, you know?

First-year coach Freddie Kitchens concurred. "So guys kind of got exhausted about it".

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"Anybody could have ran through that hole", Chubb said.

The play in question came late in the third quarter.

On that play, four personal fouls were called - two on each team - which offset, but there were no ejections.

The Baltimore Ravens' website broke down the film and said Baltimore Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey didn't choke Odell Beckham Jr.

"It's not really the brand of football I want to represent", said Humphrey, who apologized to Beckham post-game. "I didn't do a good enough job as a coach of putting these guys in the right situation".

Ravens: In the second of three successive AFC North games, Baltimore travels to Pittsburgh to face the rival Steelers (0-3 entering Monday night game vs. Cincinnati).

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