BEREA, Ohio (AP) — One game on the sideline was too much for Baker Mayfield. The Browns' starting quarterback has no plans to repeat it. Mayfield tested his injured left shoulder by practicing Wednesday, and if all goes well, he intends to play Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers. “I think similar to last week, see what I can do and take it day by day,” Mayfield said following the team's pre-practice walk-through. He was asked if it's possible he'll play on Halloween against the Browns' dread
Steelers rookie running back Najee Harris is on The Rush! Najee and Jared chat about the quintessential difference between NCAA football and the NFL, following in the footsteps of Jerome Bettis and being mentored by fellow Bay Area native Marshawn Lynch. Plus, Najee is giving back to his community as part of the Lowe’s Home Team, helping to renovate the Greater Richmond Interfaith Program, the shelter he lived in with his mom and siblings.
Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin has no tolerance for speculation that connects him to the USC job. He made himself clear on the matter Tuesday.