CB T.J. Carrie:
On processing the end of the Steelers game:
"It is hard because we lose some great guys. I feel like right now at this time, there is really no time to waste. We have stacked two good games on top of each other, and we are looking forward to continuing to stack them. There is no way to replace the amount of guys we lost last game moving forward so that means we are going to have to have a tremendous amount of talented, young players come up and make some effort to make some impact plays for us."
On if the task at hand to make a push for a playoff spot has now become more challenging without DE Myles Garrett:
"It is going to be tough, but I think we have a lot of depth behind him to everybody to now realize that whoever fills his position is definitely going to have to play well, but everyone as a whole, we are going to have to take it up another notch. We all have to look within ourselves and say, 'What can I do better for myself to help elevate for the missing piece that whave?' When you look at it from that standpoint, it does not put stress just on a few positons that we are missing now. It more so puts stress on you as an individual, and now you really critique yourself and say, 'OK, this is what I want to do differently to enhance and make our team better."
On S Morgan Burnett's injury:
"Big loss. Been in this league a long time, savvy veteran, knows the system in and out, leadership. He has just so many capabilities that you can't replace, and so from that standpoint, we are going to have to have a younger guy or some of the guys that we have been playing, they are going to have to step up and play big and this is the opportunity that they have been given. We need to maximize that opportunity from every standpoint. Can't replace guys like that. All you can do is continue to corral yourself and look at yourself."
On injuries at S and needing to be creative to fill those positions:
"They handle that upstairs. Our coaching staff and the staff upstairs, they do a great job with handling those type of things and bringing up guys or bringing in guys that definitely are going to be vital to helping us be successful. I am interested to see what happens as we move forward to the week and prepare for Miami."
WR Jarvis Landry:
On the challenge moving forward after the suspension of DE Myles Garrett:
"It is going to be tough obviously with his presence and the things that he brings to the field and the way that he plays, but we just have to do what we have to do without him."
On his feelings for Garrett, knowing how uncharacteristic his actions were:
"Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. Feel bad, but just the whole situation, I do not have a true comment for you, but we know that this will take everybody, everybody we have now is in here and we have to do it."
On regaining focus moving forward:
"For us, we have already started on next week. The week goes on and everything continue to move."
On if Browns players can galvanize around on the situation:
"Yeah, I think we are a tight group. I think we have been trying to pull it together for a couple weeks now. We have strung together a couple wins, and we just have to keep moving with that momentum."