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Larry Brown Sports:
Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden was upset with some writers/media outlets for indicating that he had called out his coaches during the week. Weededn made some high throws during overtime of last weekend’s loss to the Dallas Cowboys. This week he reportedly lamented that the team ran some routes in the extra period that they hadn’t run during the week. “There’s a couple of routes we ran on Sunday for the first time all week and that’s not fair to me, it’s not fair to the receivers, it’s not fair to any of us, because when you’re getting thrown in the fire and the bullets are flying …” Weeden said, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer before trailing off. Head coach Pat Shurmur disagreed with Weeden. “I disagree with some of that because I do think that we make an effort of the ones we’re going to call we practice. A lot of the plays that we practice, we’ve been running all year and you run them in training camp. It’s nearly impossible with the amount of time and then
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Brandon Weeden was not happy with the Browns' playcalling during their loss to the Cowboys last weekend and called it unfair.
Via Terry Pluto’s great Facebook page, we received word of a neat Pro Football Focus study from Wednesday that analyzed dropped passes by NFL quarterbacks through 11 weeks of the season.
Surprise, surprise who ranks in the top two? Just one behind Detroit’s Matthew Stafford, Browns rookie Brandon Weeden has had 32 of his passes dropped this year, according to the study. These...
When Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam, a self-confessed Steelers fan, bought the team, he said one of his first priorities was to revive the Cleveland-Pittsburgh rivalry. Yes, there used to be a rivalry. Long ago. The Steelers have beaten Cleveland 16 of the past 17 games, but with injuries mounted in Steel City, especially that of QB Ben Roethlisberger, confidence is flowing...
Browns rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden has been cleared to practice after sustaining a concussion and will likely start Sunday in Oakland.
Weeden was injured in the final minutes of Sunday's 20-14 win over Pittsburgh. He was taken to the locker room and backup Colt McCoy came in for two series to close out Cleveland's second win in 18 games against the Steelers. Shurmur...
While the Cleveland Browns were able to pull off an
impressive upset over the Pittsburgh Steelers yesterday, they lost quarterback
Brandon Weeden late in the game after he suffered what’s been diagnosed as a
concussion, reports Marc Sessler of NFL.com.
"He's good," Browns coach Pat Shurmur said, via
The Associated Press. "We had a good conversation. ......
BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden is being treated for a concussion and it's not yet known if he'll play this week at Oakland.Weeden was injured in the closing minutes of Sunday's 20-14 win over Pittsburgh. He was replaced by backup Colt McCoy, who would play against the Raiders if Weeden is not cleared.Browns coach Pat Shurmur said Weeden was at the...
Even when they win the Cleveland Browns can not escape bad news. Defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers for just the second time in eighteen games the Browns moved to 3-8 on the season. The bad news for the Browns is that quarterback Brandon Weeden suffered a concussion.
Weeden was flung to the ground and hit his head on the knee of his own left tackle, Joe Thomas. After a walk to the...
Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden suffered a concussion Sunday and is doubtful for Sunday's game against Oakland.Fantasy Spin:Colt McCoy would get the start if Weeden is inactive. McCoy hasn't thrown a pass this season. Last year he completed 57.2 percent of his passes for 2,733 yards 14 TDs and 11 interceptions.
Upon taking over as Browns owner last summer, Jimmy Haslam said one of his first priorities was to revive the Cleveland-Pittsburgh rivalry.
It's been dead for years.
Once the NFL's equivalent to the Hatfields vs. McCoys in helmets and shoulder pads, the two-times-per-season clash between the Steelers and Browns has lost its luster. Pittsburgh has dominated the matchup between...
It ended with a coffin corner. A punt. A lawn dart of a kick that plummeted back to the earth, landing on the three-yard line before bouncing immediately out of bounds. Punts are often assimilated with failure, but on this day it was anything but.
With the Pittsburgh Steelers out of timeouts, having used them with the Browns decidedly pinned back in their own territory, the team...
“This was just a hurting team against a healthy team.” — LaMarr Woodley
“I told our rookies, ‘You’re now 1-0 vs. the Steelers.’” — Pat Shurmur
“I’m surprised it was that close given the turnover situation.” — Mike Tomlin
“It’s killing me to watch.” — Ben Roethlisberger
If yesterday’s 20-14 win over the Steelers proved anything,...