By TOM WITHERS
AP Sports Writer
CLEVELAND (AP) — It’s always a little scary when the Browns and Steelers get together. One of the NFL’s nastiest rivalries has been dominated by Pittsburgh since quarterback Ben Roethlisberger arrived in 2004, but the Browns have won the last two meetings. Cleveland ended a long winless drought by beating Pittsburgh in last season’s wild-card round. The Steelers swear they’re not seeking revenge and are only focused on keeping this season rolling in the right direction. The Browns will have quarterback Baker Mayfield back after he sat out last week with an injured left shoulder.