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If everyone was healthy, which back would you start on Sunday?

Browns Handling Hillis Situation Better

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...

Solid play elevates second-year DE Emmanuel Stephens into Cleveland Browns' starting lineup

The only defensive lineup change of the Browns' season not the result of injury has Emmanuel Stephens replacing Jayme Mitchell at right defensive end.

Browns ready for tough stretch in schedule

The Cleveland Browns are about to find out how they rate in the tough-from-top-to-bottom AFC North. Over the next six weeks, the Browns will play five games in their division, starting with this Sunday's game at Cincinnati. They'll follow that with two games each in December against Baltimore and Pittsburgh, the North's resident bullies. Only a game at Arizona on Dec...

Will Cleveland Browns RB Peyton Hillis Play Again This Season?

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...

“Cursed” Cleveland Sports Might Get a Documentary

I was checking out Scene Magazine’s website this morning and I saw a post about a new documentary seeking funding via Kickstarter.  Of course the movie is set to be called Cursed.  What else could you possibly call a movie about Cleveland sports?  Ugh. In all fairness to the movie makers, it doesn’t sound like this will be a movie draped in misery and self-loathing.  Anyone...

Browns' Hardesty practices, may face Bengals

Browns running back Montario Hardesty has recovered from a calf injury and could play this week against Cincinnati after missing three straight games.

Two for the shopping list: Santana Moss, Montario Hardesty

The mindset of the fantasy owner changes in the second half of the year, and especially in late November. Depth, that's yesterday's news. We want the meanest and best starting lineup possible, and then we're looking for upside on the bench: lottery tickets, players who can be potential stars if the situation clicks. With that in mind, I want you to run a status check...
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