The Pittsburgh Steelers fell on Thursday to the Cleveland Browns, 29-17, but former OSU star Jaylen Warren did his part serving as the thunder to Najee Harris’ lightning coming out of the backfield. Warren got four rushing attempts on the night — second-most on the team — and made the most of it with 30 yards rushing on the evening for a cool 7.5 yards per carry. He also had one reception for three yards. Another explosive play he had was called back on penalty.
Warren went undrafted earlier this year but quickly made an impression on the Steelers and their coaching staff, culminating earlier this fall by taking over the No.