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Cleveland Browns second year RB Trent Richardson turns 22 today. The young runner had an injury plagued rookie season, but still was productive. If he can get and stay healthy this season, I expect a big season. See more celebrity birthdays here.
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The Cleveland Browns went 5-11 last year, so expectations for the team this year with actual game film a distant memory, are understandably tempered. Grantland decided to look at some of the basement dwellers to see which would have a chance to make that leap and potentially even make a playoff appearance. The Browns were listed fourth after the Lions, Eagles and Chiefs.
How much better is Brandon Weeden going to be this season mentally? If you recall last season he came out after he discovered what a tight end was and told everyone via the news media they didn’t have those at Oklahoma State. Of course he was kidding (we hope) and he found out you can throw the football to these guys and they can make things happen for the offense. This off-season...
Scott E. Entsminger's obituary included a request to be let down by the Cleveland Browns one more time.
The Browns organization got word of Entsminger's request and has acted to lift up his family in its time of mourning.
A day after Entsminger's request for six Browns players to serve as pallbearers went viral, a Browns spokesman confirmed Tuesday that the team reached...
Amid the FBI investigating his company, Pilot Flying J for fraud, and it's huge debt to creditors, Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam says there's no chance he's selling the team.
"Absolutely not," Haslam told Tony Grossi ESPNCleveland.com. "We plan on owning the Browns for a long time.”
“Since October, we put together a completely new front...
A good-humored Ohio man who was taken from us too soon isn't getting his final, tongue-in-cheek wish granted by his beloved Cleveland Browns, but they're honoring him despite the fact he took a shot at them on his way out. After he died at the age of 55 last week, it was noted in Scott Entsminger's obituary that the lifelong Browns fans "respectfully requests six...
We just found out that Broncos front office executive Matt Russell of the Broncos was charged with DUI.
Now Broncos pro personnel director Tom Heckert has been busted for DUI on June 11th, according to ProFootballTalk.com.
Either the Broncos have bad luck, they hired the wrong guys, or they overlooked some serious off the field issues with both Russell and Heckert.
I can’t wait...
You’re a true fan when you include your favorite team in your obituary. Family man, musician, and avid Cleveland Browns fan Scott E. Entsminger passed recently, and remains hilarious even in death.
Within his obituary is a funny request, asking for six Browns players to serve as his pall bearers “so the Browns can let him down one last time.” Through the thick and the very...
Earlier this offseason, it appeared that Cleveland Browns
running back Trent Richardson was at risk of missing the start of training camp
due to injury. However, Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer reports Richardson
has begun his running program as scheduled, adding that the running back is “still
on track for camp.”
While this is certainly good news, Cabot believes the Browns...
Cleveland Browns running back Dion Lewis learned on Wednesday that it is probably best to simply ignore the Aaron Hernandez murder investigation on public forums like Twitter. The subject is a sensitive one, so comments like this are not bright: Lewis quickly realized he had made a mistake and deleted the tweet, but not before [...]
Like all NFL teams, the Cleveland Browns remain committed to improving the gameday experience for their fans. No, that doesn’t mean adding cheerleaders, or installing a giant video board. And it certainly doesn’t mean improving the team. Nope, instead Browns games will have wiener dog races.
One game a year the fastest wiener dogs in the Midwest will put their “speed” to...
Sports fans often revolve their lives around their favorite team, but one Cleveland Browns fan took the term “fanatic” a step further — he wanted his funeral to have a sports theme, also.
The late Scott E. Entsminger of Mansfield, Ohio, was a typical sports fan. A hard-working, blue-collar fellow who gave 32 years of service to General Motors. He was a lifelong Cleveland Browns...
A Cleveland Browns fan requested that six Browns players act as pallbearers for his funeral so they could “let him down one last time.” Fans of the Detroit Lions, Buffalo Bills, Arizona Cardinals and Tony Romo know the feeling…
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