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This latest 2013 NFL mock draft takes into account where players could be drafted so far in the process and takes in account the Alex Smith to the Kansas City Chiefs trade.
The NFL Scouting Combine is over, and a lot of players shot up the board due to their performance.
Eddie Lacy dropped out of the first round due to opting out of the combine. Sharrif Floyd and Sheldon Richardson moved up into the top five due to strong combine performances and Star Lotulelei’s heart condition scare. Ziggy Ansah of BYU is definitely going in the top 15 after his strong Combine performance... Read more
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Geno Smith will not be drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs unless their deal to bring Alex Smith to Arrowhead falls through. That move sets up a number of possibilities on draft day that revolve around quarterback needy teams.
The Jacksonville Jaguars sit at number two overall, behind the Chiefs. Jacksonville is a quarterback needy team, but they've expressed that they'll...
According to Matt Miller of Bleacher Report, the Cleveland Browns love former West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith in this year’s draft. They didn’t expect him to be available when they go on the board with the sixth pick, but now that the Chiefs traded for Alex Smith, they might be able to snatch him up.
I don’t think the new Browns regime believes they have their quarterback...
Twenty-two combined seasons in Orange and Brown. Four Pro Bowls. Two fan favorites. Both free agents.
Cleveland fans love to hold on to their sports heroes. Josh Cribbs and Phil Dawson have been consistently the best things about Cleveland Browns football since the team returned in 1999.
Josh Cribbs walked on the team as an undrafted free agent after playing QB for Kent State in...
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Cribbs was asked by ESPN Radio in Cleveland if he’s been talking with other teams.
“My agent has been meeting with several different teams. There is a lot of interest. There are already numbers brought to the table. Things are happening. Wheels are turning behind closed doors,: said Cribbs, per ESPNCleveland.com
The problem with what Cribbs...
Some day its the chicken, others the egg.
So it goes with the Cleveland Browns' new defensive system, a chicken or egg question if ever there was one.
Did the Browns adopt the new system because they hired coaches who believe in it, or did they choose the coaches because they believe in the Browns preferred system?
CEO Joe Banner had a plain answer last week when he met the...
It’s become abundantly clear that NFL players don’t quite have an understanding of NFL rules. Free agency start on March 12 and until that date players can’t begin negotiating with any other team but their own. If players were to meet with other teams, it would be considered tampering.
But that didn’t stop Vontae Leach from tweeting that former teammate Sean Smith was negotiating...
Few teams are going through more change this offseason than the Cleveland Browns. … Again.
This time the turnover includes not just a new coach or quarterback, but a new ownership group led by Jimmy Haslam. Haslam wasted no time putting a new stamp on the organization, bringing in Joe Banner to run the team. The duo then signed off on the additions of Michael Lombardi as vice president...
Silly season is obviously going on now. After visiting with the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday, there’s been a bit of a reversal in the Steve Breaston narrative.
On Thursday and Friday, both the Plain Dealer’s Mary Kay Cabot and Elyria Chronicle-Telgram’s Scott Petrak respectively tweeted that the Browns would be unlikely to sign the free agent wide receiver. The 29-year-old...