Published: Wed, October 02, 2019
Sports | By Lynne Higgins

Baltimore Ravens' Lamar Jackson frustrated after blowout loss to Cleveland Browns

Baltimore Ravens' Lamar Jackson frustrated after blowout loss to Cleveland Browns

Cleveland's purportedly high-powered offense finally erupted Sunday behind its second-year running back, who reminded the Ravens - and everyone else in the National Football League - that the Browns' array of weapons doesn't stop with quarterback Baker Mayfield, wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and a potent passing game.

"Humphrey definitely did not choke Beckham", the Ravens wrote today.

On that play, four personal fouls were called - two on each team - which offset, but there were no ejections.

After the game, head official Shawn Hochuli told a pool reporter that officials on the field and in NY did not see anything on the field that rose to the level of a disqualifying foul. "We're just competing. I'm just upset that I lost my earring". Kitchens said Monday. "I don't like seeing our player on the field and someone's hands around his throat. Emotions flare. I enjoy going against a top guy like that". I want everybody held to the same standard. "That's all I want". He changed his mind.

"I did not think I did very good", he added. "But we're still in the process of talking through some things with that". "I got my team a flag".

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"I ran into him after the game and apologized", Humphrey said.

Humphrey was assigned to cover OBJ all game and the two players got into it all game long.

After the officials broke up the tussle, each player received an unnecessary-roughness penalty on the play, as did Cleveland center J.C. Tretter and Baltimore linebacker Kenny Young, with 3:16 left in the third period.

It was a run play, and Beckham took Humphrey to the turf with a wide swing of his right arm.

"I wouldn't change anything I did", Tretter said.

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