- Mack Wilson is learning from Joe Schobert (cleveland.com) - Mack Wilson isn’t shy about soaking up as much knowledge as he can from Joe Schobert. “I sit right next to him in meetings rooms,” Wilson said. “There will be three, four open seats next to me, I do my best to stay in his corner and see how he goes about his business.”
- Father’s pregame flyover a rare, special moment for punter Jamie Gillan (Beacon Journal) - Early this season, Browns rookie punter Jamie Gillan mentioned the possibility of his father, a long-time member of the Royal Air Force, being part of a flyover at FirstEnergy Stadium. On Sunday, what seemed like a longshot in September became reality.
- Matchup to Watch: Browns tight ends vs. Arizona pass defense (clevelandbrowns.com) - Through 13 games, the Browns tight ends have not played a major role in the team’s passing attack. That could all change this Sunday against an Arizona Cardinals defense that has struggled to stop opposing tight ends all year long.
- Browns defense to be tested by Kyle Murray (Browns Zone) - The Browns have played three games without Pro Bowl defensive end Myles Garrett. Life isn’t getting any easier.
- Arizona Cardinals release veteran pass rusher Terrell Suggs (azcentral.com) - The Arizona Cardinals have released veteran pass rusher Terrell Suggs, the team announced Friday. Suggs, 37, signed with the Cardinals in the offseason after spending the previous 16 seasons with the Baltimore Ravens.
- If Giants were trying to send a message to young locker room by waiving Janoris Jenkins, it ‘resonated’ (nj.com) - There is no question that the way Janoris Jenkins handled questions about his tweet that directed a vile and offensive slur at a fan earlier this week played a factor in being waived by the Giants Friday.
- Ranking the best and worst potential NFL head-coaching openings in 2019 (ESPN) - With just three weeks of games in the NFL regular season left to go, we’re now 18 days away from the Monday when teams traditionally fire their head coaches and officially enter the market for new leaders. Of the nine teams that potential candidates, one was an easy choice as the least desirable opportunity.