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The Cleveland Browns announced earlier this week that legendary running back Jim Brown is returning to the team as a special advisor. During an interview with “NFL Total Access” on Friday, Brown referenced “respect” multiple times as the leading factor in his decision to join the Browns again. In particular, Brown spoke about how former team [...]
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Former Cleveland Browns running back Jim Brown is happy to now be working with his former team as a special advisor to owner Jimmy Haslam.
Brown claims that former Browns president Mike Holmgren didn’t respect him.
“(Holmgren) didn’t fire me. He just decided I was getting paid too much. And he didn’t need me to do anything but maybe a little dancing,” Brown said on NFL...
Trent Richardson has sat over the last week of organized team activities with a strained muscle in his right shin. Thus, in an effort to downplay the injuries that have been a constant nag for him in his short NFL career, he shared with the media after practice on Thursday how he’s working to fight off the “injury-prone” label.
“Ain’t no biggie. Ain’t nothing to worry...
Cleveland Brown cornerback Joe Haden feels like he has a lot to prove and he’s ready to show ‘the haters’ that he is still the real deal.
Coming out of college, Hayden was arguably the top cornerback in the country.
Haden was drafted 7th overall by the Cleveland Browns in the 2010 NFL Draft and began his rookie year as the Browns nickelback, but wrestled the starting spot...
Former Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini is officially back in the NFL: ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports this afternoon that the San Francisco 49ers organization has hired the 42-year-old as the team’s Senior Offensive Consultant.
Eric Mangini is taking job as 49ers Senior Offensive Consultant.
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— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) June 1, 2013