RB Isaiah Crowell rushed for 133 yards and a touchdown. He recorded an 85-yard touchdown, the second-longest run in Browns history and the longest run by any NFL player against the Ravens. It was also the longest run in the NFL since Tennessee QB Marcus Mariota's 87-yard touchdown in Week 13 in 2015. It marked Crowell's second career 100-yard rushing game.
LONGEST RUSHING PLAYS IN BROWNS HISTORY
* Player Date Opponent Length*
1. Bobby Mitchell 11/15/59 Washington 90
2. Isaiah Crowell 9/18/16 Baltimore 85
3. Jim Brown 9/15/63 Washington 80
Rookie WR Corey Coleman recorded five receptions for 104 and his first two career touchdowns. His two receiving touchdowns tied a Browns rookie single-game record and he is the first to accomplish the feat since WR Josh Gordon on Oct. 7, 2012. Coleman recorded a 31-yard touchdown on the team's opening drive and an 11-yard score on the third drive.
DB Joe Haden tied a career high with two interceptions, while adding four passes defensed. Today marked his first interception since Nov. 30, 2014 at Buffalo. He has 18 interceptions in his career, tied for the most by a Browns player since 1999.
BROWNS MOST INTERCEPTIONS SINCE 1999
* Player Years Games Total*
1. Joe Haden 2010-16 79 18
Earl Little 1999-04 86 18
3. Anthony Henry 2001-04 61 17
LT Joe Thomas extended his consecutive-snaps streak to 9,060, the longest active stretch in the league. Thomas has started all 146 career games and hasn't missed an offensive play since being selected by the Browns with the third overall pick in the 2007 draft.
Rookie DL Carl Nassib (hand) and TE Randall Telfer (neck) left the game with injuries.
OL Cameron Erving left FirstEnergy Stadium by ambulance as a precaution. Erving was experiencing cramps toward the end of the game, as well as discomfort in his chest and ribs. He is in stable condition and is undergoing further testing at University Hospitals.