Cleveland has allowed 100 or more rushing yards in seven consecutive games.
The Cleveland defense has allowed conversions on 50 percent of third down plays in 2016, the worst mark in the NFL.
The Cleveland defense allowed 119 rushing yards on Thursday night, and has now allowed 100 or more rushing yards in eight of ten games in 2016.
Cleveland has allowed 489 total yards and 168.7 rushing yards per game over the last three weeks.
The Cleveland run defense will face a stiff challenge in Week 6 from the Tennessee, the NFL's second-leading rushing offense at 148.6 yards per game.
Cleveland CB Joe Haden (groin) missed Friday's team walk-through and is questionable for Week 3.
The Cleveland Browns have recorded just 29 sacks in 2015.
The Cleveland defense has not forced a turnover since Week 12.
The Cleveland defense travels to Seattle in Week 15 to face the Seahawks, who have averaged 34.6 points per game over the last five weeks.
The Cleveland defense allowed 37 points in Week 13, the fifth-consecutive game that the group has allowed 30 or more points.
The Cleveland defense has not held an opponent under 30 points since Week 7.
The Cleveland Browns will host the Baltimore Ravens on Monday, who will be led by Matt Schaub, Buck Allen, and Kamar Aiken.
The Cleveland Browns head into their Week 11 bye with the last-ranked run defense among NFL teams, allowing 138.8 rushing yards per game.
The Cleveland defense could face Pittsburgh QB Ben Roethlisberger (foot) in Week 10, who is practicing on a limited basis.