First Call: Updates on Baker Mayfield, Nick Chubb as Steelers-Browns game looms; fan invades Ravens broadcast booth

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Tuesday's "First Call" has a health update on a bunch of banged up Cleveland Browns as they prepare to host the Steelers Sunday. The Tampa Bay Lightning are still scuffling as they get ready to face off against the Penguins Tuesday night. Pitt's success is getting the attention of oddsmakers.
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And someone interrupted the Baltimore Ravens radio broadcast in a very aggressive way.

Browns getting better

A few Cleveland Browns offensive starters may be getting healthier in advance of their game against the Steelers Sunday.

According to BrownsWire.com, running back Nick Chubb and tackle Jack Conklin returned to practice Monday. They both missed the last two games.

Quarterback Baker Mayfield is still a question mark. Browns coach Kevin Stefanski didn't rule out Mayfield for Week 8. But he also wouldn't speculate about the idea of the quarterback perhaps going on injured reserve.

If the Browns medical staff believes Mayfield could miss the next three games, it could suggest IR, making it four missed games in total. He sat out last week's win over the Denver Broncos.

Should Mayfield miss the game, Case Keenum would be in line for a second straight start. Placing Mayfield on injured reserve would open a roster spot for the next three weeks. But the Browns have some flexibility with the means to elevate Nick Mullens from the practice squad.

Radio gaga

During Sunday's game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens, a woman tried to bust into the Ravens broadcast booth. She was looking for a…
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