Found February 23, 2012 on
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The Cavaliers are “defying logic and description” with last-minute home wins and “frustrating” home losses against the worst teams in the league. Pat Shurmur is talking about communicating. Shin-Soo Choo has a new attitude. It’s time for a Year in Review post.
Suffice to say, 2011 did not get off to a good start.
Which of course didn’t slow Tony Grossi down any. Three weeks after Eric Mangini’s dismissal as Browns coach, Plain Dealer editors let the since-demoted beat writer print a column opining that Mangini used his power as head coach in Cleveland to work a secret plan to divert Browns resources to the New York Jets.
Not a good start.
It was as February as ever.
Additionally, a new Cheddar Bay champion was crowned, the first time in the contest’s history that it didn’t go to The Prohibitive Favorite, and also the first time that it went to a woman, the illustrious p_forever (formerly known as the commenter formerly known as ‘p’). I...
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Prior to the Cleveland Browns front office frantically typing “Indianapolis, IN” into their Garmin Nuvi, head coach Pat Shurmur took a few minutes with the local media to discuss what the next few days of the NFL combine could provide.
With the team rumored to be in the mix for quarterback Robert Griffin III, running back Trent Richardson and a litany of other impact players...
“We’re open to anything. We can do nothing and pick nine really good players. That’s the starting point…
… or we have the flexibility to do whatever we want.”
-Browns head coach Pat Shurmur on Cleveland trading up in the draft.
Cleveland owns the #4 and #22 picks in the first round of the NFL draft, and nine picks overall.
BEREA -- Pat Shurmur has read all the predictions that have the Cleveland Browns trading up to take Robert Griffin III in the NFL Draft.But called the predictions just that -- predictions.I have never met the man, Shurmur said of Griffin, the Baylor quarterback whom most expect to become a Brown.To Shurmur, in-depth scouting begins this week at the NFLs Scouting Combine, and part...
According to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur said that they are “open to anything,” including a possible trade for the second overall pick.
We reported earlier that multiple teams have spoken with the Rams about possibly trading up for second pick in this year’s draft and one of teams that was mentioned is the Browns.
Maybe the Browns will look at adding a QB early in the draft. Maybe they won't. Either way, head coach Pat Shurmur discusses the QB position and other early off-season topics prior to the NFL Combine.
The Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur met with the local media on Wednesday before departing for the NFL Combine.
The one thing that we sometimes forget as we lose ourselves trying to help the Browns win the off-season is that a lot of this stuff has to occur over time. You can only plan so much when there are moving pieces. Who will every team take ahead of you in the draft? Who will re-sign with their current teams? What player will get caught up in an elaborate mail-order marijuana distribution...
INDIANAPOLIS • Not that Cleveland coach Pat Shurmur was ever known for having loose lips, but the former Rams offensive coordinator said Thursday that it's too early to tell if the Browns will trade u
The Browns may be in the market for an upgrade at quarterback this year and will surely keep a close eye on Robert Griffin III beginning this week at the Scouting Combine. But publicly, they’re giving incumbent starter Colt McCoy a vote of confidence. Browns coach Pat Shurmur said today that he still thinks Cleveland…
We don’t know who will take snaps at quarterback for the Browns next year. We do know who will call the plays: The same guy that called them last year. Pat Shurmur said Wednesday that he will remain the team’s playcaller, while new offensive coordinator Brad Childress will assist Shurmur on gamedays in the booth.…