- Wyatt Teller should be back by the playoffs (cleveland.com) - Wyatt Teller suffered a sprained ankle that could keep him out the final three games of the season, but if all goes well, he’ll be back for the playoffs. Teller suffered the injury late in Monday night’s 47-42 loss to the Ravens when he likely got rolled up on.
- Colt McCoy will reportedly start at QB against the Browns (Beacon Journal) - Freddie Kitchens won’t give the Browns their only blast from the past when they face the New York Giants on “Sunday Night Football” at MetLife Stadium. The Giants will start former Browns quarterback Colt McCoy, NFL Network and ESPN reported Saturday.
- 7 questions with Joel Bitonio (clevelandbrowns.com) - It’s hard to find anyone on the Browns roster who has appreciated a season like 2020 more than Joel Bitonio. The longest-tenured Browns player has been a key cog in the team’s 9-4 mark and is playing left guard as well as anyone in the NFL. He’s been a bulldozing force in Cleveland’s top-ranked running attack and stout against opposing pass rushers, helping limit the opposition to just 17 sacks on the season.
- Film Study: Breaking down Baker Mayfield & Co. (giants.com) - The New York Giants take on the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Here is what to watch for during the nationally televised game.
- Saints place Michael Thomas on injured reserve (nola.com) - New Orleans Saints All-Pro receiver Michael Thomas is being placed on the injured reserve due to the ankle injury that has bothered him all season, the team announced Saturday. The move to injured reserve means that Thomas will be unavailable for the rest of the regular season.
- Marcus Peters fined $12,500 by NFL for spit incident with Jarvis Landry (Yahoo Sports) - The NFL believes Baltimore Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters spit in the direction of Cleveland Browns receiver Jarvis Landry on Monday. Peters was reportedly fined $12,500 as a result of the incident, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.
- Injury report for Week 15 slate of NFL action (NFL.com) - Week 15 of the 2020 NFL season is upon us. Below is the official injury report and game day designations for all 14 games this weekend.
- A complete breakdown of the top 30 general manager candidates for 2021, plus Week 15 picks (CBS Sports) - Hiring season will soon be upon us in the NFL, and there may be a half-dozen or more positions to fill come January. There are currently four openings (Atlanta, Detroit, Jacksonville and Houston) with Washington using a GM-by-committee. More on that in a bit, but there should be more vacancies coming soon.