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With starting center Alex Mack a potential free agent in the not too distant future, could the Browns seek an interior lineman looking toward the future?
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The Browns got busy this off-season with Desmond Bryant and Paul Kruger on reasonably large deals. They followed that up with a few more smaller signings, but it hasn’t come anywhere close to exhausting the space the Browns have available. According to Mike Florio and his cohorts at ProFootballTalk, the Cleveland Browns still have $28.7 million available in cap space.
The cost of taking a chance on Jason Campbell is now known. Many outlets have reported that the Browns’ two-year deal with Campbell is worth $3.75 million. According to Sportrac, the deal is for $1.5 million in 2013 and $2.25 million in 2014.
Far be it for me to call millions of dollars a “cheap deal,” but that’s exactly what this is. Campbell’s previous deal with the Chicago...
According to the Cleveland Plain-Dealer, the Browns plan on listening to trade offers for quarterback Colt McCoy, but don’t plan on trading or releasing him right now.
McCoy might want to seek his release so that he can catch on with another team now that the Browns have signed quarterback Jason Campbell to a two-year deal.
The Browns would like to keep McCoy around to compete...
Jumping ship after months of having the Cleveland Browns pegged with a pass-rusher, ESPN’s NFL Draft expert Todd McShay says that the Orange and Brown will now land cornerback Dee Milliner with the sixth-overall pick this spring.
Analysis: I wasn’t as high as some others on Browns QB Brandon Weeden during last year’s draft process, but even I believe he deserves...
Everyone likes numbers right? Every once in a while I like to see what story the numbers tell. Today I’m going to do a special ‘Fun with Numbers edition on the new Browns and their jersey numbers. Let’s have some fun-
You know that moment when a new player is introduced at a press conference and they hold up his new jersey? Unlike at the draft, when generally they all hold...
Since entering the NFL in 2010 the football field has not been as kind to Colt McCoy as it was in his college days. It doesn't help that that he has been stuck on one of the worst teams in the NFL, the Cleveland Browns, but he was drafted to take them out the doldrums.
With a new owner, head coach, and general manager his chance to do so may soon be coming to an end...
If you've been on social media over the past 48 hours, you've undoubtedly seen the Human Rights Campaign symbol in people's newsfeeds. And you certainly may have seen other parodies, protests, or counterpoints to those. But like many, I'm sure you don't think the Supreme Court cases this week regarding gay marriage would resonate much in an NFL locker room.
Other than Joe Haden, the Browns do not have a proven starting cornerback on their roster.
Ben Cox and I went live pretty much right after the Cavs lost. Ben was driving home, so he heard the radio call. I was watching on TV and interacting with you all on Twitter. Here’s how it all went down.
Moral victories stink.
Doc Rivers and how I used to think he was bad
Injuries happen, but losing doesn’t have to.
What would Dan Gilbert tell you to do with all...
When talking Cleveland Browns quarterback the word that's been coming out of Berea all offseason has been that of competition. As the options became few and fewer on the free agent market the question loomed, who would the Browns bring in to compete with second year qb Brandon Weeden? Colt McCoy, who was sold as Weeden's "competition" last offseason was quickly...