It's Saturday! Here's your last minute roundup of Cardinals and NFL news before gameday.
In their two losses, the Cardinals have but one red-zone TD, and opponents are using all-out blitzes to disrupt Arizona's offense inside the 20.
Brown missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday, but worked on a limited basis on Friday and could possibly play in Cleveland.
Browns quarterback Josh McCown, who suffered shoulder and rib injuries vs. St. Louis last week, will play Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, according to a source.
Once rookie Markus Golden realized football is still football not matter whether you're playing in college or the pros, his development took off.
While A.Q. Shipley waits for his opportunity on the offensive line, he's getting playing time as the Cardinals' fill-in fullback.
Cardinals benefit from chunk plays; Powers questionable; Dansby reunion
A glance at the top storylines for the Cardinals-Browns game Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland
A look at the important stats to watch for heading into Sunday's bout with Cleveland
Pro Football Focus took a deeper look into Johnson's numbers, and what they found is pretty astounding. Of his 567 rushing yards, Johnson got 349 of them after a defender - or defenders - contacted him. Only Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell (367) has more yards after contact than Johnson according to PFF.
"I think the biggest thing is they care about each other," defensive coordinator James Bettcher said. "I'm not talking just as players, but personally they care about each other. They know about each other's kids, (and) their families. Off the field, on the field, in the meeting room, those guys care a lot about each other, and they're really close."
Redskins receiver Pierre Garcon is leading a class-action lawsuit for NFL players against daily fantasy site FanDuel, which said the suit is "without merit."
Jason Pierre-Paul isn't sure when he will return to the field but says he will not have to wear any special equipment except a four-fingered glove on his surgically repaired right hand.
Former Chicago Bears defensive lineman Jeremiah Ratliff said he "felt like killing everybody" at the team facility the day before he was released by the Bears, according to a police report.
The latest chapter in the Border War involves a locker room that was or wasn't checked for bugs -- you know, listening devices.
Carlos Hyde, the NFL's ninth-leading rusher with 470 yards, had not practiced this week; he suffered the injury against the Giants on Oct. 11.
Marcus Mariota will miss his second straight game for the Tennessee Titans.
Officially allowed to return to practice next week, Romo has been throwing and "looks good," according to coach Jason Garrett on Friday.