Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Browns aren't retaining offensive line coach/assistant head coach James Campen, the longtime former Packers assistant. Hard to fathom that a team wouldn't want someone who coached numerous Pro Bowlers and had more wins among line coaches than everyone but New England's Dante Scarnecchia.

Garland spins for acrobatic lay-in off of Love's pass (0:30)
Coach O: The OBJ situation is unfortunate (0:42)
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OBJ cop-slap case won't be pursued by DA office

The case against Odell Beckham Jr. for slapping a cop's butt won't be pursued by the Orleans Parish District Attorney's office and the New Orleans Police Department said the officer in question won't pursue charges.

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Cavs' Thompson T'd up for Crowder 'butt slap'

Cavaliers forward Tristan Thompson received a technical foul Friday night after he gave Memphis' Jae Crowder a "slap to the backside," as crew chief Kenny Mauer said after the game. Thompson and Crowder were hit with double technicals earlier in the game.

Williams: OBJ is setting a bad example for young black men (2:03)
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XFL's Vipers claim ex-Browns WR Callaway

Wide receiver Antonio Callaway, who was released by the Browns in November after showing up late to a game and also was suspended by the NFL for 10 games, was claimed on waivers by the XFL's Tampa Bay Vipers on Thursday.