AFC Notes: Broncos, Browns, Ravens



Broncos CB Chris Harris said after Sunday’s game that he thinks he’ll be out “probably like a month.”

“It wasn’t in that much pain,” Harris explained, per Nicki Jhabvala. “I just didn’t have the same power and knowing how I play with my speed and power, I couldn’t get back up on it. So just go get checked out. Then when I got checked out, they knew something was there. … I thought I was going to come back and play, but once I got checked out we just went on the safe side.


  • Matt Verderame of Fansided reports that the Browns are already working on whether they will hire former Packers HC Mike McCarthy.
  • The Browns have come up as a potential landing spot for McCarthy for a few months now, given that he has ties to a number of members in Cleveland’s front office including GM John Dorsey, VP of player personnel Alonzo Highsmith and assistant GM Eliot Wolf.


Ravens QB Robert Griffin III said it was a “special moment” for him when he replaced Lamar Jackson after he was being evaluated for a concussion.

Personally, it’s emotional because a year ago no one thought I’d be playing in the NFL ever again,” Griffin said, via Pro Football Talk. “That was a special moment for me, but I tried not to make that the focal point of what was going on. We were in the heat of the game and we needed to get the win.

  • Ravens HC John Harbaugh told reporters after Sunday’s game that Joe Flacco will do more in practice this week. However, he added that Lamar Jackson has done enough to keep the starting job. (Mike Garafolo)
  • Ian Rapoport reports that Ravens DL coach Joe Cullen recently interviewed for the vacant UMass head coaching job and is considered a top candidate.

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