Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys: How to watch, listen to the game

The Cleveland Browns will host the Dallas Cowboys as the Browns continue their weekly quest to win a football game during the 2016 NFL season.

The Cleveland Browns will host the Dallas Cowboys this afternoon at FirstEnergy Stadium.

It will be Cleveland’s ninth attempt to pick up its first win of the season and initial win under head coach Hue Jackson.

The Cowboys come into the game with the league’s best rushing offense, while the Browns counter with the NFL’s 31st ranked run defense.

Today also marks the debut of linebacker Jamie Collins, who the Browns acquired in a shocking move a day before the trade deadline.

“Jamie is very impressive in his football IQ,” defensive coordinator Ray Horton said. “It has been, on the outside, it appears to be an easy transition for him. We are going to ask a lot of him and obviously see what he can handle, but so far, I have been really impressed with his smarts and his savvy and athleticism on the field and really off the field, too, of just learning something and not hesitating to translate it in his mind.”

Here’s how you can watch or listen to today’s game:

Date: Sunday, Nov. 6, 2016

Kickoff Time: 1 p.m. EST

Location: Cleveland

Stadium: FirstEnergy Stadium

TV Channel: WJW (Channel 8). NFL Sunday Ticket Ch. 708

Announcers: Thom Brennaman, Charles Davis, Chris Spielman and Peter Schrager (sidelines)

Radio: 92.3 The Fan 92.3 (WKRK-FM), ESPN 850 WKNR, WNCX (98.5 FM). You can also listen online at or through the Browns mobile app.

Announcers: Jim Donovan, Doug Dieken and Nathan Zegura (sidelines)

Series: The Browns lead the series, 15-12.

Last meeting: The Cowboys won the last matchup, 23-20, in 2012.

Betting line: Browns +7.5

Uniforms: The Browns will wear white jerseys, white pants and brown socks.

Weather: 58 degrees with an 5 percent chance of rain (

Injuries: Browns: Questionable: linebacker Tank Carder, center Cameron Erving, wide receiver Ricardo Louis and cornerback Jamar Taylor.

Cowboys: Out: safety Barry Church, cornerback Morris Claiborne, defensive end Ryan Davis, offensive lineman Chaz Green and quarterback Tony Romo. Questionable: wide receiver Dez Bryant, defensive tackle Maliek Collins, running back Lance Dunbar, linebacker Anthony Hitchens, defensive end Demarcus Lawrence and offensive tackle Tyron Smith.

Probable = virtual certainty player will be available for normal duties. Questionable = 50% chance player will not play; Doubtful = at least 75% chance player will not play; Out = will not play.

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