Browns offensive lineman makes Big Man TD catch to highlight Baker Mayfield's huge first half

  • Night net Browns Titans Titans v Browns American Football Christmas came early for Browns offensive lineman Kendall Lamm.The Cleveland tackle caught a 1-yard touchdown from Baker Mayfield in Week 13 for the Browns against the Titans. The score put Cleveland up 17-0 early in the second quarter. According to CBS, it was the first Browns' receiving touchdown by an offensive lineman since Shaun O'Hara in Sept. 2001. In simpler words: "BIG MAN TOUCHDOWN."(•_•)<) )╯ BIG/ \\(•_•)( (> MAN/ \(•_•)<) )> TOUCHDOWN/ \pic.twitter.com/aFv54CQ1GX— Sporting News (@sportingnews) December 6, 2020MORE: How Colt McCoy became starting QB for NFC East-leading Giants On third-and-goal from the 1-yard line, Cleveland put both of its star running backs in the backfield — Nick Chubb in the fullback spot and Kareem Hunt behind him. Lamm had reported eligible as an extra offensive lineman.It seemed fair that the Titans would sell out to stop the run, and that's what happened. Mayfield faked a handoff to Chubb, who even sold the play-action further by leaping over the off[......]

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    Will Yankees turn to free agent market to replace Mariano Rivera?

  • As much as New York Yankees fans might not want to admit it, Mariano Rivera is gone. And he's not coming back.That means, for the first offseason since 1995-1996, the Bombers will not pencil the future Hall of Famer in as their closer. Joe Girardi & Co. will have to look elsewhere when the ninth inning rolls around. Must-see galleries free agents: 25 best players2013 Rawlings Gold Glove winnersSporting News All-Stars: NL | ALMost beloved playersPlayer wives and girlfriendsSo who will replace 13-time All-Star?David Robertson, who served as Rivera's primary setup man from 2011 until 2013, is the obvious in-house candidate. Robertson, 28, posted a 2.04 ERA and 1.040 WHIP in 2013. But the Yankee brass is not willing to commit to the 2011 All-Star just yet. “We haven’t anointed anybody the closer, so I don’t know,” GM Brian Cashman told the New York Daily News. “I know Robertson wants it. But we’ll see how the winter shakes out and how the competition in spring training takes place.“We’re going to look at everybody and anything and see where the winter takes us. The bottom line is, we have to get a collection of talent to bring to spring training. The cream rises to the top, and we have to find as much cream as possible.”Cashman's statement leaves open the possibility the Yankees will turn to the free-agent market to replace Rivera, even though re-signing Robinson Cano c夜网论坛learly is the team's top priority.The San Francisco Chronicle reports the Yankees are among seve[......]

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