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The Cleveland Browns won their first game of the preseason against the Philadelphia Eagles in a preseason tilt.
Here’s what you need to know: 1.
Rookie QB Rashaad Penny started for the Browns with a TD pass in the first quarter.
The Browns’ rookie quarterback also led the team with two rushing touchdowns and was credited with a fumble recovery.
He’s now tied with Sammie Coates for the NFL lead with 11 career INTs.
He had his first career start against the Eagles, with two yards rushing.
It’s the first time the Browns have faced an opponent with a winning record in preseason.
The Philadelphia Eagles lost to the New York Giants last season.
The team went 2-12 in the preseason.
The Eagles defense has been dominant.
The defensive line has allowed only five sacks, including a sack of rookie QB Ryan Shazier, while allowing just five QB hits.
The offensive line has also been effective, holding Philadelphia’s offense to just six points per game.
Rookie receiver Jamison Crowder is the Browns’ top receiver.
He caught seven passes for 146 yards and two touchdowns against the Browns.
He was also named to the Pro Bowl.
The Ravens defense had their best performance of the year against the Cleveland Browns, surrendering just one touchdown and two interceptions.
The defense had a total of 21 tackles, five tackles for loss, two sacks and three forced fumbles.
Rookie RB Jordan Leggett was the Browns top option on the ground.
Leggott carried the ball 21 times for 133 yards and a touchdown, and he had a touchdown reception.
Cleveland’s defense has the best run defense in the NFL.
The Cleveland defensive line was outstanding against the Ravens.
The line was forced to give up just one rush and allowed only three total pressures.
Rookie WR Josh Gordon is expected to be a big part of the Browns offense this season.
Gordon had a career-high 11 catches for 135 yards and three touchdowns against Philadelphia.
He also had a TD reception.
Rookie linebacker Tashaun Gipson had an outstanding performance.
He recorded three solo tackles and a sack.
Rookie cornerback Tashon Johnson is coming off a stellar season, recording one pass breakup, one interception and two passes defended.
Rookie safety Tashio Hardaway-Bey recorded his first NFL interception.
He picked off an Eagles pass intended for Eagles running back Darren Sproles.
Rookie offensive lineman Jordan Gross had a big game in the secondary.
Gross recorded two stops and an interception.
Rookie wide receiver Quinton Patton recorded two receptions for 51 yards.
He has a touchdown on nine receptions so far.
Rookie running back Joe Mixon is expected back after missing the first half with a shoulder injury.
Rookie tight end Jake Ballard is expected for the first snap of the season after missing most of the 2016 season with a knee injury.
Rookie defensive tackle Michael Bennett is the first Browns defensive player to start at right tackle since 2011.
Bennett had two sacks, three tackles for a loss and one pass defended.
Rookie guard John Greco is expected off the practice squad after missing last season with an injury.
He appeared in two games for the Cleveland Eagles last year.
The only rookie quarterback who has started all 16 games is QB Sam Darnold.
The rookie started 11 games for Dallas last season and had a passer rating of 106.0.
Rookie quarterback Matt Cassel started the first two preseason games for Philadelphia and then played in the opener.
Cassel had a completion percentage of 68.9 and an NFL passer rating that was 107.1.
Rookie nose tackle Jordan Hicks started in place of rookie left tackle Tyler Polumbus.
Hicks is the only player on the team to start both the preseason games.
The first-team offense, led by QB Cody Kessler, is led by rookie receiver Jamay Dixon.
Dixon caught eight passes for 109 yards and scored a touchdown.
Rookie center Travis Swanson, who started all 12 games for Cleveland last year, started the preseason finale at left guard.
Rookie backup tight end Jordan Cameron was a big presence in the offense last year after starting three games for Buffalo.
Cameron had two receptions and a reception for 17 yards.
Rookie left tackle Connor Barwin started at left tackle for the second time in his career and played well.
Barwin had a sack and a forced fumble.
Rookie punter Zach Hocker had his best preseason outing of the offseason.
Hocker was strong all day, throwing for five touchdowns, including two in the second quarter.
The running back depth chart is the best in the league.
The No. 2 running back in the draft, Jalen Parmele, was the only back to see action.
He gained 76 yards on just 18 carries, and had three catches for 32 yards.
Rookie receivers Jamison