Head coach Freddie Kitchens wouldn't elaborate on the move but rumor was that Callaway was late to a team function. Already on thin ice due to repeated transgressions and a four-game suspension to begin 2019, it's fair to wonder just how much more rope the Browns will give their mercurial receiver. Now 3-6 on the season with few signs of greater dynamic or chemistry, the Browns' playoff hopes remain slim and only a miracle will find them in the post-season. With expectations for 2019 running well ahead of current performance, don't expect the coaching staff to simply accept poor discipline. On the season, Callaway has amassed eight receptions for 89 yards with no touchdowns. He's ranked as DLF's WR83.