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Video: NFL Network’s Move the Sticks Previews Sunday’s Browns-Bengals Game

NFL Network’s Move the Sticks hosts preview the Week 16 matchup between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Cleveland Browns.

Guess the Score of the Browns and Texans and Win an Amazing Jarvis Landry Bobblehead from Forever Collectibles

The Browns and Texans are set for a Sunday showdown in Houston this Sunday, and today we’re ready to see what you think of the game – and one lucky winner could get themselves an amazing Jarvis Landry bobblehead from Forever Collectibles!

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High School Coach of Browns QB Baker Mayfield Defends Him in Beef with Hue Jackson

A lot of national talkers are still divided about what took place Sunday between Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield and former head coach Hue Jackson at the end of the Browns beatdown of the Bengals in Cincinnati.

Mayfield has plenty of folks on his side, one of them being his high school football coach from Lake Travis H.S. in Texas, Hank Carter.

TMZ caught up with Carter, you can read below what he had to say.

Baker Mayfield’s H.S. coach is going to bat for his ex-QB after the Browns superstar torched Hue Jackson … saying Baker was just doing what he thought was best for his team.

Of course … Mayfield’s been met with a lot of critics after he went scorched earth on his former head coach THREE separate times, accusing Hue of being “fake” for joining the Bengals.

Hank Carter — Baker’s old coach at Lake Travis H.S. in Texas — tells TMZ Sports Mayfield’s comments were just his way of standing up for his Cleveland teammates.

“Baker loves his team and loves that coaching staff there and they believe in one another, and I think that’s what it is — it’s showing support for the Browns is what he was trying to do.”

Guys like Jim Brown and Deion Sanders have disagreed with Baker’s response to the whole feud … but Hank says they’ve just got to get used to Mayfield’s straight-shooting approach.

“Different people maybe don’t like how that’s come out but, yeah, Baker’s never really worried about that. He’s trying to do what’s best for his football team.”

Bottom line … if Baker didn’t think Hue hurt his football team, the beef would’ve never gone down.

“I don’t think you would ever find a coach that didn’t love coaching him in anything … he was easy on coaches. If they were all like that, our job would be a lot easier.”

Safety Damarious Randall Says If A.J. Green Doesn’t Play Sunday for Bengals That Browns will Win

Browns safety Damarious Randall isn’t exactly holding back in the prediction department when it comes to Sunday’s AFC North showdown with the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium.

Randall Friday stated that the Browns would finally (in so many words, some not suitable for young ears) break their long road losing streak if Cincinnati star wide out A.J. Green doesn’t take the field.

“If they don’t have A.J. (Green) they’re getting their ass beat,’’ Randall said.

And what was the reason behind Randall’s thinking behind the statement?

“You saw what happened last week,’’ said Randall.

The Bengals didn’t play that well last week, as they fell on the road to the Baltimore Ravens and rookie QB Lamar Jackson 24-21. Cincinnati’s offense, minus Green, put up just 255 yards in the loss.

The Bengals didn’t have Green at practice this week, again with a toe injury, but they weren’t ready to rule him out on Friday as Green was designated questionable.

“I hope he plays, to make the game a little more interesting,’’ Randall said about Green taking the field.

Green has been a playmaker this season for Cincinnati, posting 45 catches for 687 receiving yards and six touchdowns in eight games played.

If Green is unable to go, look for third-year wideout Tyler Boyd to again be the leading wide out for the Bengals. This season he’s put up 52 receptions for 685 receiving yards and five touchdowns.

Browns Designate DB Terrance Mitchell to Return from Injured Reserve

The Browns today announced they are bringing back defensive back Terrance Mitchell, as he’s been designated to return from injured reserve for the team.

“He will be ready to go and the word is he will be able to play in the Panthers game if everything progresses right – maybe the week after that, not for sure – but we will take the protocol with him,” Browns coach Gregg Williams said of Mitchell.

“It was good to see him out there, and the guys did a good job welcoming him back. He had a good day.”

Mitchell was a starter for the first four games of 2018, he went down in week four in Oakland with a fractured wrist.

Per league rules, he must miss two more games, making him eligible to return for the Browns’ Week 14 game against the Panthers. Mitchell is the first Browns player to be designated to return from injured reserve this season. Each team is allowed a maximum of two.

Mitchell recorded 19 tackles, one interception, three passes defensed, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery before going down with the injury.

He was initially replaced in the starting lineup by E.J. Gaines, who has since been lost for the season after multiple concussions.

Two Browns Players Lead in Fan Voting in the AFC for Their Positions for January’s Pro Bowl

Today the NFL released the first round of results of fan voting for the Pro Bowl, to be played January 27th in Orlando, and two Browns players lead in their respective positions.

The first to lead at the cornerback spot for the AFC is rookie Denzel Ward, who this season has played well in his first year, as the first-round pick has three interceptions to go along with 42 total tackles.

Ward is paired up at the corner spot with Patrick Peterson of the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC. Ward has amassed 147,901 votes. Peterson by comparison has just 125,114 votes.

Another Browns position leader is punter Britton Colquitt, who this season has 64 punts with an average of 45 yards per kick. He’s got a net average of 38.0, and has put 29 punts inside the 20 yard line.

In the NFC, Michael Dickson of the Seattle Seahawks leads the votes for the punting spot, collecting 51,852 votes. Britton has 66,746 votes thus far.

The voting for the Pro Bowl continues through Thursday, December 13th. You can click HERE to vote for your favorite players.

Browns GM Dorsey Says Team Has Not Discussed Condoleezza Rice as Coach

Browns GM John Dorsey said in a statement on Sunday that the team has ‘not discussed’ interviewing former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice for their head coaching vacancy despite an ESPN report that they’re interested in doing so, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

“Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is a great leader, possesses the highest possible character and also happens to be a Browns fan,” Dorsey said in the statement, released by the Browns after Adam Schefter’s report went viral. “I have the utmost respect and admiration for all she’s accomplished and was honored to meet her for the first time earlier this season. Our coaching search will be thorough and deliberate, but we are still in the process of composing the list of candidates and Secretary Rice has not been discussed.”

Rice, a lifelong Browns fan, released a statement via Facebook saying she’s not ready to coach, but called for more women to be groomed for the job.

“I love my Browns — and I know they will hire an experienced coach to take us to the next level.

“On a more serious note, I do hope that the NFL will start to bring women into the coaching profession as position coaches and eventually coordinators and head coaches. One doesn’t have to play the game to understand it and motivate players. But experience counts — and it is time to develop a pool of experienced women coaches.”

“BTW — I’m not ready to coach but I would like to call a play or two next season if the Browns need ideas! And at no time will I call for a ‘prevent defense.’”

Nick Chubb Breaks the Browns Record for Longest TD Run in Team History

It’s all coming up roses for the Browns in their Sunday battle with the Atlanta Falcons, and a lot of it is due to their two star rookies – QB Baker Mayfield and running back Nick Chubb.

In the third quarter with the Browns already holding a 21-10 lead, Chubb went on a run, a long run, the longest in Browns history from scrimmage, 92 yards, to open up the scoring to make it 28-10.

The record that Chubb broke belonged to Bobby Mitchell, who raced 90 yards for a score against the Washington Redskins, which came nearly 59 years to the day, November 15th, 1959.

While we don’t have video of that Mitchell run, here’s a look at the Chubb gallop into the record books.