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

The Cleveland Browns hit the road this afternoon to take on the Washington Redskins. Here is how you can watch or listen to the game.

The Cleveland Browns have been through a lot after only three weeks of the 2016 NFL season.

Even though they have yet to come home with a win, the past two weeks have shown that there is no quit in this team.

“I wouldn’t let anything become a distraction to our team. That is one of my jobs is to make sure that our team is focused on what we need to do, which is play a game every Sunday,” head coach Hue Jackson said on Friday. “It is unfortunate we don’t have any Monday night games or any of those things, but that is part of it. That is the most important job, one of them, that I have is just making sure that we don’t get caught up in any distractions, and our team leaders, I think we have done a good job of doing that.

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“The guys have had a really good week of practice. They have been focused. They have worked hard. That is a tribute to our coaches and our players. We are looking forward to playing this Sunday.”

The Browns will be looking for their first win under Jackson when they take on the Redskins this afternoon.

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

Date: Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016

Kickoff Time: 1 p.m. EST

Location: Landover, Md.

Stadium: FedEx Field

TV Channel: WOIO (Channel 19). NFL Sunday Ticket Ch. 708

Announcers: Kevin Harlan and Rich Gannon

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 regular season series 33-11-1.

Last meeting: Washington won the last matchup, 38-21, in 2012.

Betting line: Browns +7.5

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

Weather: 71 degrees and mostly cloudy, with a 15 percent chance of rain (

Injuries: Browns: Out: wide receiver Corey Coleman, tight end Seth DeValve, center Cameron Erving, quarterback Josh McCown defensive end Carl Nassib, linebacker Nate Orchard; doubtful: cornerback Tramon Williams; questionable: safety Ibraheim Campbell, cornerback Joe Haden.

Redskins: Out: defensive back Bashaud Breeland, wide receiver Josh Doctson, offensive lineman Shawn Lauvao, defensive back Dashaun Phillips; questionable: linebacker Trent Murphy, defensive lineman Kendall Reyes.

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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