Our NFL reporters have the latest updates for key players entering Week 6, including Russell Wilson, Aaron Donald and more.
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Browns DE Myles Garrett is in full Halloween mode, decorating his home's front lawn with tombstones of quarterbacks on Cleveland's schedule this season.
After suffering a calf injury late in Week 5, Browns Pro Bowl running back Nick Chubb has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
Injuries are a part of every season. Which teams are best equip to handle the next-man-up mentality, and which are not? Pro Football Focus ranks them.
Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray made quarterback history at Oklahoma. Inside a relationship that could've been tricky, and instead made them even better.
Backup QBs have started 37 games through five weeks, and a few more will likely get the call in Week 6. Who are the league's most reliable and most questionable second-stringers?
Graziano & Fowler predict Week 6 upsets, fantasy sleepers, flops, more: Latest buzz on what they're hearing
Can the Seahawks keep afloat until Russell Wilson comes back? Will Urban Meyer be the Jags' coach all season? Our insiders weigh in for Week 6.
Cameron Heyward is playing better than ever in Pittsburgh, Cordarrelle Patterson is hitting new heights in Atlanta and Taylor Heinicke has stepped up in Washington.
The NFL trade deadline is Nov. 2 this season, and talks are already heating up around some prominent players. Who might be on the move -- and where could they go?
If the Browns hold any aspirations of coming out a loaded AFC, they need their quarterback who can win a game like the one played Sunday.
What just happened? Barnwell on Week 5's frantic finishes, including the unprecedented Chargers comeback
Sunday featured a bevy of wild finishes and dramatic victories, from 41 fourth-quarter points in L.A. to kicking misadventures in Cincinnati.
Let's overreact to NFL Week 5: Are the Chiefs in trouble? Could Russell Wilson leave the Seahawks in 2022?
Kansas City is 2-3 and in last place in the AFC West. Seattle's injured quarterback could leave if the season goes sideways.
(Sara Ziegler, sports editor): If Week 5 of the NFL season taught us anything, it's that "place-kicker" is not a job for the faint of heart.
Who is the best team in the AFC right now? Also, ESPN Football Analyst Dan Orlovsky joins the guys to talk about Aaron Rodgers, why the Browns can win a Super Bowl with Baker Mayfield, and why Justin Herbert is his MVP right now. Plus, ESPN CFP Expert Heather Dinich joins the show to talk about how the Alabama loss impacts the top 4.
The Bills crushed the Chiefs last night in a game that showed everyone that Josh Allen is who we thought he was. Also, the Browns came up short vs the Chargers. Is Baker Mayfield as good as some give him credit for? Plus, the guys discuss the Jon Gruden email controversy.
Browns LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah was taken to a local hospital as a precaution after he suffered a throat contusion.
— Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers showed early in the season they can rally to win close games on the road.
Chubb got the second half started quickly for the Browns, while Njoku put them back ahead with a long touchdown reception.
Green Bay and Cincinnati traded field goal misses in a wild one, the Lions squandered a chance, and the Eagles overcame a two-score deficit. What to know for every Week 5 game.
Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer
Browns inactives: CB Greg Newsome II S Richard LeCounte III LB Tony Fields II T Jedrick Wills Jr. T Chris Hubbard DE Jadeveon Clowney DT Tommy Togiai
Browns left tackle Jedrick Wills Jr. has been ruled out against the Chargers, likely leaving Blake Hance or rookie James Hudson protecting quarterback Baker Mayfield's blind side.