Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson is not yet ready to announce if current starter Deshone Kizer or backup Kevin Hogan will start when they take on the Houston Texans on Sunday. During his talk with the media, Jackson refused to mention if Kizer will continue to start for the Browns or if he will make a permanent change in Hogan. “I'm going to take some time and continue to look at the tape and make a decision which I think is best for our football team,” Jackson told reporters, per Nick Shook of

Jackson decided to bench Kizer in their 17-14 loss to the New York Jets on Sunday after he completed just eight of 17 passes for 87 yards and an interception in the first half.

The rookie also accounted for one of two turnovers in the Jets’ red zone. Hogan energized the Browns’ offense in the second half, completing 16 of 19 throws for 194 yards and two touchdowns with an interception. “Yeah, his confidence could be shaken but I don't think I'm worried about that,” Jackson said of Kizer. The head coach said he will decide soon on his starter as the winless Browns (0-5) go up against the Texans on Sunday.

Buccaneers find new kicker

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have found a new kicker, signing former Browns and New Orleans Saints booter Patrick Murray to replace struggling Nick Folk. The Buccaneers signed Murray after a workout. Tampa Bay also took a look at Cairo Santos, Mike Nugent, Andrew Franks, and Josh Lambo.

Murray also played for the Buccaneers in 2014 where he made 20 of 24 field goals that year. Last season, he played for two games with the Browns, while he was cut by the Saints in training camp. The Buccaneers brought in Murray after Folk missed three field goals in their 19-14 loss to the New England Patriots on Thursday. Folk, who replaced second-year kicker Roberto Aguayo, struggled in the regular season, making just six of 11 field-goal attempts and seven of nine extra points in four games.

Dolphins OL coach resigns after controversial video surfaces

Miami Dolphins offensive line coach Chris Foerster resigned Monday after an undated video of him consuming a white, powdery substance surfaced online. In a statement, Foerster apologized to the Dolphins for his actions, saying he will seek help from medical professionals.

In a separate statement, the Dolphins said they accepted Foerster’s resignation effective immediately. While Foerster is no longer connected with the Dolphins, the organization will work with him to get him the help he needs.