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According to Scott Petrak of the Chronicle-Telegram, the Cleveland Browns top priority is re-signing linebacker D’Qwell Jackson, when it comes to free agency.
Both the Browns and Jackson’s representatives started talking last week and they’re both looking to get a multi-year extension done. If they’re unable to get a deal done by the March 5th deadline to tag players, the Browns will likely place the franchise tag on Jackson in order to keep him from leaving.
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According to a team spokesperson, Cleveland Browns general manager Tom Heckert is not at the combine due to an illness. The combine runs through next Tuesday.
Heckert was also supposed to appear at the Browns pre-combine press conference yesterday, but was unable to attend due to said illness. He was also unable to attend the recently played Senior Bowl.
Without speculating too much...
The Cleveland Browns have a major decision to address, a decision that will have an impact on not only the performance of the Browns this season, but will also be a defining moment in team president Mike Holmgrens three to five year plan. Browns quarterback Colt McCoy has taken a lot of criticism for his performance last season and many sports analysts are suggesting he be replaced--but with who?
BEREA -- Pat Shurmur has read all the predictions that have the Cleveland Browns trading up to take Robert Griffin III in the NFL Draft.But called the predictions just that -- predictions.I have never met the man, Shurmur said of Griffin, the Baylor quarterback whom most expect to become a Brown.To Shurmur, in-depth scouting begins this week at the NFLs Scouting Combine, and part...
We all know that the franchise mode in Madden is fun, and the detail-oriented amongst us loved NFL Head Coach. While these games may be fun, we all know in the back of our minds that nothing can replicate the feeling of sitting in our favorite team’s front office and having the ability to make the big decisions that will help the Lombardi Trophy wind up in our team’s...
COLT WILL HAVE TO BOLT
With the news that the Browns are reportedly interested in making a run at Packers backup QB Matt Flynn, along with earlier reports they might trade up in the draft to land RGIII, Colt McCoy's days in Cleveland might be numbered.
Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur along with offensive coordinator Brad Childress have thrown their support behind Browns quarterback Colt McCoy. Well, that might be reading a little too much into their statements, but they did have some kind words for the struggling quarterback.
The talk of the off season about the fate of the Peyton’s has kept the presses busy this year. Whether it be Peyton Hillis from the Cleveland Browns or Peyton Manning from the Indianapolis Colts there have been rumors galore. In Manning’s case the rumors have him going to almost every team in the NFL. In the case of Hillis there is lots of concern about him re-signing with the...
It wasn't a secret a season ago the Browns right-side of the offensive line struggled. In wasting little time at the Combine on Thursday, the Browns converged on Ohio State tackle Mike Adams.
After what would take a trade to get to the second-overall spot in the upcoming NFL Draft, Sports Illustrated’s Don Banks forecasts the Cleveland Browns will leave the first night of festivities with Baylor’s quarterback Robert Griffin III.
When all is said and done, Griffin will be going in this slot to someone, and the Browns still make the most sense in terms of...
- SportsGrid posted this Cleveland Browns fan’s license plate. Like most Browns things, it is sad. Like all sad Browns things, I enjoy it immensely.
- It appears that the ****** comments that Brady Quinn made in Michael Silver’s GQ piece, while technically accurate, don’t represent the full picture of what Quinn had to say about the Runslinger in his interview, to which I...
The Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur met with the local media on Wednesday before departing for the NFL Combine.
The San Francisco 49ers have signed free agent long-snapper Ryan Pontbriand, a league source confirmed on Tuesday. A fifth-round pick out of Rice University by the Cleveland Browns in 2003, Pontbriand handled the snapping duties in 134 games for the Browns from 2003 through his release last November after a couple of poor snaps in critical moments of a 13-12 loss to the St. Louis...
We don’t know who will take snaps at quarterback for the Browns next year. We do know who will call the plays: The same guy that called them last year. Pat Shurmur said Wednesday that he will remain the team’s playcaller, while new offensive coordinator Brad Childress will assist Shurmur on gamedays in the booth.…