Tennessee Titans vs Cleveland Browns live streaming Free Online NFL Week 01 Sunday 08 September 2019, NFL online live with HD quality on PC, Laptop, iPhone, Ipad and Android over the Internet. It’s Will be kick of at FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio, United States, Time 01:00 PM (ET) broadcast on NFL Network, CBS, Fox Sports, NBC, ESPN and and Online.
The third preseason game is traditionally the “dress rehearsal” for a team’s starters, followed by the fourth preseason game, which is the last chance for younger players and rookies to catch the eyes of coaches with the hope of earning a roster spot before the final cut.
For the Browns, their biggest battle seems far from being one, and that is their quarterback competition.
Other teams, like the New York Jets, that had quarterback competitions have already moved on and named their regular season starters (the Jets said Mark Sanchez is their man).
The Titans will be playing their fourth preseason game, out of five, so it is not known if they will be playing their starters for very long, but it will still be a battle.
The Browns were among the teams that called about receiver Antonio Brown on Saturday after he was released by the Raiders, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports.
Brown ultimately signed a one-year deal with the Patriots worth up to $15 million and including $9 million guaranteed, and the Browns will face him and their former Pro Bowl receiver Josh Gordon Oct. 27 in New England.
Mortensen reported there was a “robust’’ market for the former Steelers Pro Bowl receiver. He named the Seahawks as another team.
In other Browns pre-game news, No. 46 overall pick Greedy Williams will start at cornerback over Terrance Mitchell, the Browns announced before the game.
Mitchell has been starting opposite Denzel Ward most of the preseason.
Defensive end Genard Avery and rookie linebacker Sione Takitaki are among the Browns inactive.
For the Titans, a key inactive is right guard Kevin Pamphile, who tested his injured knee in pre-game warmups and walked off the field gingerly.
The time for talk is done. Odell Beckham Jr., Baker Mayfield and the Browns arrived this morning at FirstEnergy Stadium to make the final preparations for today’s 1 p.m. NFL opener against the Tennessee Titans.
The Browns have graced the cover of Sports Illustrated and been a popular media pick for the AFC North title. This afternoon, it gets real for a franchise that went winless just two seasons ago.
The Titans missed the playoffs last season and will be without left tackle Taylor Lewan, suspended four games by the NFL for using performance-enhancing drugs
Beckham, the Browns’ marquee receiver, did not play in any of the four preseason games because of a nagging but minor hip injury. Mayfield played sparingly as rookie coach Freddie Kitchens joined the league trend of keeping starting quarterbacks out of harm’s way in the preseason.
The Browns are 1-18-1 in their 20 home openers since returning in 1999.