Found January 25, 2012 on Real Cavs Fans:
Forum: (NFL) Cleveland Browns Posted By: b00bie Post Time: 01-25-2012 at 03:31 PM

NFL Draft Rumor: Browns Linked to Buckeye Mike Adams?

We all know that the Cleveland Browns need to figure out the right side of the offensive line as betting on Tony Pashos only paid off when compared to John St. Clair if at all.  Apparently the Browns could be placing a high priority on it as well in the draft according to WalterFootball. Word is that the Cleveland Browns have serious interest in Ohio State offensive tackle Mike...

Jason La Canfora: Sherman or Childress to Cleveland “Almost Certainty” writer Jason La Canfora tweeted today that Mike Sherman and Brad Childress, both candidates for the Tampa Bay Head Coaching job and targeted by the Browns to be Shurmur’s Offensive Coordinator, will now start looking for OC positions. The Buccaneers hired Rutger’s Greg Schiano to be their new coach, which filled the last head coaching vacancy. As has been reported at...

Cleveland Browns P.M. links: Phil Dawson, place-kicker -- a free agent the Browns would miss should he leave

Kicker for all 13 seasons since Browns' return to NFL has made 83 percent of his field goal tries, and his range was better than ever in 2011. Links to more Browns stories.

Cleveland Plain Dealer sports writer Tony Grossi Reassigned Over Tweet

Cleveland Plain Dealer sports writer Tony Grossi was reassigned over the following tweet directed towards Cleveland Browns owner Randy Lerner: Tony later deleted the tweet and made the following statement, "It was inappropriate and not meant to be tweeted," he said, according to Pro Football Talk, "but it was inappropriate nonetheless." But the statement wasn...

Report: Tony Grossi Out as Browns Beat Reporter

Scene Magazine’s Vince Grzegorek has reported that The Plain Dealer has removed Tony Grossi from the Cleveland Browns beat. Grossi “accidentally tweeted” last week calling Browns owner Randy Lerner “a pathetic figure, the most irrelevant billionaire in the world”. Vince writes- “He was in hot water with his editors and bosses at the PD over the inadvertent tweet, which...

Report: Browns eyeing Childress for OC

Former Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress could be on his way to Cleveland. The Plain Dealer reported that the Browns could name Childress as their offensive coordinator in the new few days. Childress and Mike Sherman have been linked to the job, but Sherman reportedly will be named offensive coordinator of the Miami Dolphins on Friday. The Browns did not have an offensive...

Holmgren to be inducted into Packers Hall of Fame

For waking up a comatose organization Mike Holmgren's place in team history is now secured. On July 21, the former coach will be inducted to the Packers Hall of Fame.

Talk sports with Terry Pluto today at noon

Get your questions ready and join Terry Pluto today at noon as he talks Cleveland sports. What's wrong with the Cavaliers? What should the Browns look for in an offensive coordinator? We'll answer those questions and more.

Browns hire Childress as offensive coordinato

The Cleveland Browns hired Brad Childress as offensive coordinator. A former Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator, Childress is a former Minnesota Vikings head coach. He was fired in 2010

Fair or Foul? City Of Cleveland Giving $5 Million to Renovate League Park

Cleveland has a historic landmark in it’s Hough Neigborhood. Many people know its there, but other than a quick drive-by, there isn’t much of a reason to stop. I’m speaking of course of old League Park, the baseball field that was the one-time home of the Cleveland Indians and the Negro League Cleveland Buckeyes. The structure sits vacant on the corner of E. 66th and Lexington...
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