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Shurmur was asked if he would like to see his team go after Harrison.

“Do you mean start a fight? A bench-clearing brawl?” he said. “No. What I want my guys to do is play fast and physical from the snap until the whistle. We know that when you do stuff that’s beyond the whistle you end up hurting the team.”

Browns rookie Greg Little joked that he would seek revenge on Harrison as long Cleveland fans pay his fine.

“I don’t think we should go about this game with personal vendettas,” he said. “The optimal goal is to win and not to take a cheap shot on guys. If I gotta block, I’m going to go and block (Harrison). We gotta do what we gotta do to win the game.”

Mack agreed there’s only one sure way for the Browns to even the score with Harrison.

“Winning,” he said. “That would be a good team shot. I’d take that over anything else.”

Notes: McCoy gave all the offensive linemen outdoor charcoal smoker grills for Christmas. The units were delivered to the locker room. “Pretty cool,” Thomas said. “I’m really excited to put it together. I know a lot of guys are foodies on the O-line as you can tell by the bellies on a few of us.” … Along with McCoy, WR Jordan Norwood (concussion) and starting right tackle Tony Pashos (sick) did not practice. … Cribbs is the team’s nominee for the Walter Payton Man of the Year award, given for community service and playing excellence. … The Browns signed WR Owen Spencer to their practice squad.