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Browns vs. Steelers Week 3: Live Updates, Highlights and News

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Fourth Quarter

Steelers Cut Lead with Late Field Goal, But Still Trail by 6

Pittsburgh kicker Chris Boswell hit a 35-yard field goal with 1:51 remaining in regulation, but the Steelers are still down 23-17.

Trubisky Sacked on Third Down, Possibly Sealing the Deal

Nick Chubb Extends Cleveland’s Lead

Amari’s Putting on a Show

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Third Quarter

Cleveland Takes Back the Lead

Browns kicker Cade York nailed a 34-yard field goal late in the third quarter to give Cleveland the 16-14 lead.

Browns’ Injury Woes Continue with Wills

Browns left tackle Jedrick Wills, who has dealt with injury issues over the course of his NFL career, hurt his leg in the third quarter. He was able to jog off the field into the locker room. The status of the 2020 first-rounder is unknown as of this writing.

Browns Lose Pair of Starting Linebackers

Cleveland linebacker Anthony Walker was injured defending a shuffle pass to Pittsburgh’s Jaylen Warren. Walker was hit twice by the Steelers’ Chukwuma Okorafor, and stayed down on the field after the play. He was carted off with his left leg in an air cast, and later ruled out for the remainder of the game.

The injury to Walker comes on the same drive as his fellow starting linebacker, Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, also left injured.

Second Quarter

Money Mitch Back Home in Ohio

Three Straight Touchdowns, Possible Shootout Brewing?

Najee Collects One Body, One Touchdown

First Quarter

WHAT DID WE JUST SEE?

Mike Martz: “Mitch Trubisky made a nice throw on the run. You’d rather see the ball come down in front, but you see Pickens track the ball as it leaves his hand! That’s important. He can adjust the whole time the ball is in the air and never takes his eyes off of it. A rule for receivers: If you see it, you will catch it.

Cooper for the Home Crowd

Look at that Slice

Ogunjobi Gets His Former Team

Chubb So Close to Breaking One Early

Pregame

Harrison Hurt in Pregame Warmups

Clowney Leads List of Inactives

The Browns nearly entered Thursday Night Football without both of their star defensive ends. The team will have Myles Garrett at kickoff, but will be without his counterpart Jadeveon Clowney. Clowney leads the list of inactive players from both teams. Also among the inactives for Cleveland are tackles Joe Hang and Chris Hubbard, both former Steelers.

Pittsburgh’s list is largely unchanged from its first two weeks, with players such as quarterback Mason Rudolph and second-year lineman Kendrick Green not in uniform.

Steelers Inactives
No. 2 QB Mason Rudolph
No. 53 G Kendrick Green
No. 82 WR Steven Sims
No. 92 DT Isaiahh Loudermilk
No. 93 LB Mark Robinson
No. 96 LB David Anenih

Browns Inactives
No. 8 QB Kellen Mond
No. 12 WR Michael Woods II
No. 25 RB Demetric Felton
No. 39 S Richard LeCounte III
No. 59 T Joe Haeg
No. 74 T Chris Hubbard
No. 90 DE Jadeveon Clowney

 

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