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Posted By: kiji
Post Time: 01-14-2012 at 02:20 PM
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In his Sunday column, Cleveland Browns beat writer Tony Grossi discussed the potential of select restricted free agents returning to the team for the 2012 season. While Grossi does feel that the team will have linebacker D’Qwell Jackson and cornerback Dimitri Patterson back in uniform, two of the more disheartening predictions come in the form of running back Peyton Hillis and...
Yesterday Tom Heckert spoke with Dustin Fox and Adam the Bull on 92.3 FM for nearly 30 minutes. Certainly that was far more than he spoke when he and Mike Holmgren held a dual presser together at the end of the Browns season. I thought the Bull and the Fox did a good job asking pretty pointed questions even if they didn’t get many answers. They asked about Colt McCoy, Peyton...
Cleveland Browns running back Peyton Hillis will become a free agent this offseason and it looks like the Browns might be interested in trying to work out a new contract.
Browns general manager Tom Heckert said that he hasn’t spoken with Hillis’ reps since midseason and will do so again “in the next week or so.”
“We wouldn’t be adverse to brining him back,” Heckert...
Like so many other seasons in the expansion era, the Browns will be entering the new year with questions at the quarterback position.<img class="alignright size-medium ... [visit site to read more]
Will Colt McCoy Be the Cleveland Browns’ Starting QB in 2012? - Dawg Pound Daily - Dawg Pound Daily - A Cleveland Browns Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
The Browns have to make decisions on five prominent players who are eligible for unrestricted free agency.
Chuck Crow / The Plain DealerColt McCoy CantonRep.com reporter Steve Doerschuk writes how Browns general manager Tom Heckert said on a recent radio interview how Colt McCoy is the guy right now when it comes to the Browns quarterback. The Browns...
Browns' last two drafts have been, so far, somewhat successful. Will at least one more player from those draft classes emerge as a key contributor?
Hmmm... would it be a surprise if the draft remains the focus for Browns fans in this week's mailbag?
If there’s one thing a Cleveland Browns fan knows, it’s spite. We fans carry spite in all kinds of ways towards all kinds of groups, people, and locations. As such, watching the Baltimore Ravens in the playoffs tends to bring up some unpleasant emotions from Browns fans.
But not from me.
On the one hand, it does sting my pride a little bit to know that the team Cleveland used...