Next step in the de-evolution of the Browns' offense: More Chris Jennings at running back and less Jamal Lewis and Jerome Harrison.
We saw Jennings, an undrafted free agent signed in August from the CFL Montreal Alouettes, take precious carries away from Lewis on Monday night against the Baltimore Ravens.
In a game that was scoreless at halftime, Lewis ran 10 times for 36 yards and Jennings seven times for 18 yards. Each had four carries in the second half. Harrison was active for the game but never touched the ball.
"We wanted to take a look at Chris because I think he's earned a look based on the things that he's done and that was something that we did this past week," coach Eric Mangini said. "If he continues to progress in practice, I think that will continue to be the case."