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While the Internet certainly moves in fast cycles, hopefully you haven’t forgotten Charles Ramsey, the man who loves McDonald’s and placed a call to 911 that helped save Amanda Berry and two other captives.
In the weeks that have followed the discovery of Berry, Ramsey has become a celebrity in the Cleveland area, even getting a deal with a celebrity speaking circuit that could pay him $10,000 per appearance. He’s also had the opportunity to meet some fellow local celebrities, apparently.
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Greg Little took to Twitter on Monday to post a picture of himself, teammate Joe Haden and Ramsey together. What did they do? According to Little they ate ribs, which surprisingly were not in McRib form from McDonald’s.
Check out an image of the three together below.
Photo via Twitter/@Str8UpGlittle
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The Cleveland Browns will shut down running back Trent Richardson until August out of fear that the second-year workhorse could develop a stress fracture in his currently injured leg, per ESPNCleveland’s Will Burge.
Breaking #Browns: Sources -Trent Richardson out til August. Team worried leg injury could develop into stress fracture. Story coming soon
— Will Burge (@WillBurge...
Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson said that he will be ready for the start of the team’s training camp at the end of July despite presently nursing a lower leg injury.
#Browns RB Trent Richardson (leg) said he will be ready to return to action by the start of training camp.
— Nate Ulrich (@NateUlrichABJ) June 5, 2013
Richardson has spent the last two days of minicamp...
BEREA, Ohio - The Cleveland Browns are going through minicamp and putting the wraps on their offseason work without running back Trent Richardson, but Browns coach Rob Chudzinski said Tuesday the team expects to have Richardson back for training camp.
The second-year runner has missed the last two-plus weeks with a strained muscle in his leg, and the Browns have played it safe. They...
For the first time since 1999, the Cleveland Browns will have a new kicker this season.
Shayne Graham and Brandon Bogotay continued their competition for Phil Dawson's old job on the second day of Cleveland's minicamp.
Graham is a 13-year NFL veteran. Bogotay is an undrafted rookie from Georgia. Dawson signed with San Francisco as a free agent after spending 14 seasons...
BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Browns starting running back Trent Richardson is not practicing as the team opens minicamp.
The second-year pro sat out Cleveland's final set of OTAs last week with a lower right leg strain, and is continuing to rehabilitate that injury.
Richardson is riding an exercise bike between the practice fields Tuesday during the first session of the three-day camp...
Two weeks ago it was reported that Cleveland Browns running
back Trent Richardson could be sidelined until training camp by a lower leg strain. The team generally downplayed the news, as they didn’t expect it to
impact his regular season. However, there is now talk that Richardson will be
out until August as a result of the leg injury, as the Browns are worried it
may develop into...
Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson told the Akron Beacon Journal that he still expects to be ready for training camp as he continues to sit while dealing with shin splints.
If the Browns plan on contending this season, they’re going to need Richardson to be healthy and to play better than he did as a rookie last season. He averaged less than four yards per carry in...
Browns coach Rob Chudzinski said he expects running back Trent Richardson (shin) to be ready for the start of training camp in late July, according to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer.Fantasy Spin:Richardson has a strained shin after he was stepped on in practice. Sources told ESPN Cleveland earlier Tuesday that Richardson would be out until August. Richardson's durability...
Special teams standout Bubba Ventrone has reportedly been signed by the San Francisco 49ers. There he’ll re-join former Browns special teams coach under Eric Mangini, Brad Seely. It’s Cleveland Browns football, so talking about special teamers isn’t below us at all. 1
Ventrone (and his flowing locks of hair) were a pleasure to watch on special teams over the last four seasons...
Everyone knows that the Browns biggest question mark heading into the 2013 season is the secondary. The cornerback position in particular is deep in question, with several unproven players vying to be paired with Joe Haden as a starter.
One of these guys is going to have to step forward and make a name for himself. According to ESPN Cleveland’s Tony Grossi, there has been one player...