AFC North Notes: Browns, Farmer, Ravens

Here’s a look at the AFC North:

  • When asked about deadline day, Browns GM Ray Farmer admitted that there was some activity, as Pat McManamon of tweets. “We didn’t actively try to go out and move anybody. There was no shopping from my perspective. But I … listened,” Farmer said.
  • Farmer says that he does not believe his job security is any more tenuous than it was upon his hire in February 2014, Pat McManamon of writes. “The reality is that my seat’s no warmer than it was the day I got it,” Farmer said. “That’s a perception that everybody has for me and not a perception I have of myself.” The Browns are off to a 2-6 start in 2015.
  • Don’t expect a reunion between the Ravens and the recently released Jacoby Jones, Jamison Hensley of writes. Jones was a Super Bowl hero for Baltimore not long ago, but he hasn’t been the same player in the last two seasons. As banged up as the Ravens’ group of wide receivers is, Jones wouldn’t be a real improvement for the team, Hensley argues.
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