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As the 2013 NFL offseason begins, the Cleveland Browns are in the enviable position of being one of the few teams with plenty of room under the salary cap. As a matter of fact, they are second in the NFL only to Cincinnati in terms of cap room.And while new owner Jimmy Haslam III has publicly stated that the team won't be 'big spenders' during this free agency period, there is certainly no reason to believe the Browns couldn't make a splash with at least one acquisition.With that in mind, here are five players that the Browns should target in 2013 in order to stay competitive in the AFC North:
BEST OF MAXIM
This shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise for anyone as free agency kicks off soon. But we finally got one of our most severe indications than one of the best post-expansion Browns might soon be leaving Cleveland.
NFL.com reported earlier Saturday afternoon that the Browns are unlikely to meet the asking price of 29-year-old Joshua Cribbs. According to a source close to the...
It’s not a very well kept secret that the Cleveland Browns aren’t enamored with either Colt McCoy or Brandon Weeden.
Coach Rod Chudzinski spoke at the combine and sounded very much like a coach still in search of his quarterback. When asked if he was open to trading either of his two quarterbacks, Chudzinski replied:
"We’re looking to improve our team in any areas...
Josh Cribbs has been critical in his assessment of how he’s been used offensively by the former coach Pat Shurmur. He’s told the media other players get opportunities that should rightfully go to him. However, Cribbs will meet with the new staff for the Browns, hopefully to get a more defined role in the offense, and get paid. The three time Pro Bowler wants to be more than a...
According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer, Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski wouldn’t rule out the possibility of trading Brandon Weeden and/or Colt McCoy.
“We’re looking to improve our team in any areas, by any means of doing that,” said Chudzinski.
Chudzinski stressed that they want to see all of their quarterbacks on the field competing.
“We have three...
Cleveland Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski told reporters on Friday that they’ll consider trade offers for Brandon Weeden and Colt McCoy.
“We’re looking to improve our team in any areas, by any means of doing that,” said Chudzinski, via Cleveland Plain Dealer.
A report from earlier in the week suggested that the Browns could consider trading Weeden, despite the fact that...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A year ago at the NFL Scouting Combine, there was uncertainty about the Cleveland Browns quarterback.
A year later at the NFL Scouting Combine, there is uncertainty about the Cleveland Browns quarterback.
What a difference a year makes.
Yes, that was written in sarcasmfont.
Browns coach Rob Chudzinski met with the local media Friday morning and had a few more...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Joe Banner must like to bring the pressure.
He sure brought some Saturday, all the while saying the key to success in the NFL is bringing pressure on the field.
Banner met with the Cleveland media at the NFL Scouting Combine and laid out an overall philosophy in the way the Browns want to build a team.
His three pillars for winning in a sustained way: Dont go...
The more that theoretically legitimate journalistic outlets like Cleveland.com and ESPN Cleveland WKNR continue to treat the Browns’ in-house “reporter” Vic Carucci as anything other than a PR flack, the harder it is to ignore when Carucci says something especially ridiculous. So about the latest from Brownstown’s own Baghdad Bob:
The man who was hired by Mike Holmgren in...
I am a huge fan of the Ron and Fez show on Sirius XM Satellite radio. They do a bit on the radio called life boat, and I’m borrowing it for Cleveland sports. Here’s how it works. There are four people and only three seats remaining on the life boat. You must work your way through the list of candidates and, unfortunately, someone is designated to try their hand at long-distance...
Matt Borcas is a Mentor, Ohio native who recently emerged from a field of 4,000 competitors to land a part-time job writing about the NFL for ESPN’s Grantland. Matt’s weekly Browns-centric column on the NFL Draft will run here all the way up to draft weekend and through its immediate aftermath.
My last column generated an outpouring of tweets, none more ominous...