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Cleveland Browns News and Notes following their 14 - 10 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars at Cleveland Browns Stadium Sunday. Hosted by Plain Dealer Cleveland Browns beat writer Mary Kay Cabot.
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Two weeks in a row now the Browns have made their determination about Peyton Hillis’ status early. I don’t have any inside information as to what is driving this, but the lack of distraction is welcome. It helps protect the Browns first-year head coach who struggled with those communications earlier this season and it protects Hillis from himself. I’d like to think that...
BEREA, OhioDespite scoring two touchdowns and getting the win over the Jaguars, Pat Shurmur said he's seeing improvement in the offense, in general.
"Generally, we were pretty efficient," Shurmur said. "I thought the line played very well together. It was one of their best games. I think Shawn Lauvao played one of his best games and Tony Pashos did too. I thought...
The Cleveland Browns offense passed the eye test today. That is something that we haven’t been able to say about this team this year. The team was going up against a depleted Jaguars defense that got even more banged up during the game, so save the punch and pie for now. They didn’t blow the roof off the stadium with scoring either. Still, they moved the ball. They...
Cleveland Browns running back Peyton Hillis has missed the last five games with a hamstring injury and will be missing his sixth game in a row this Sunday as the team takes on the Cincinnati Bengals. Given the drama that has … [visit site to read more]Will Cleveland Browns RB Peyton Hillis Play Again This Season? - Dawg Pound Daily - Dawg Pound Daily - A Cleveland Browns Fan Site...
The Hillis saga revolves around a legitimate injury, and fans need to realize that, says Terry Pluto.
Interact with The Plain Dealer's Dennis Manoloff and cleveland.com producer Joey Morona live in the press box at Cleveland Browns Stadium as they describe the action on the field, post scoring updates and answer your questions.
Browns improve to 4-6 in a game not decided until the final play.
Cleveland Browns running back Peyton
Hillis will miss his sixth consecutive game with a hamstring injury.