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Browns head coach Pat Shurmur mentioned that he expects to have QB Brandon Weeden under center, despite the fact that he recently suffered a concussion, per Scott Petrak.
Weeden has been cleared to practice, which is really a great sign, considering that a number of players require more time to be cleared following a concussion. Shurmur added that Colt McCoy will not receive extra reps this week, so the team is obviously confident that Weeden will not have any issues or complications throughout the week.
Cleveland gets the Raiders this weekend, so there will be plenty of opportunities for them to put up points threw the air.
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Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden practiced on Wednesday and is expected to start Sunday in Oakland, according to Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The rookie from Oklahoma State sustained a concussion late in Sunday's game against Pittsburgh. The Browns defeated the Steelers 20-14 and the Cleveland defense forced eight turnovers.
If Weeden wasn't...
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...
Brandon Weeden is a sure go this weekend against the Oakland Raiders as an independent neurologist has cleared him to play. Browns head Pat Shurmur has already stated that Weeden will start on Sunday. Weeden suffered a concussion in the closing minutes of Cleveland’s win last week against Pittsburgh.
Weeden has taken all of the first team snaps during practice this week.
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...
Pat Shurmur said today that Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden, who suffered a concussion in Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers was cleared to practice and will start Sunday “barring any unforeseen setbacks”.
Weeden described the concussion as his first, and added that it was “minor”.
“I’m ready to rock and roll,” said the rookie.
Weeden was courtside for...
The offensive line played together now for a long time. Offensive linemen have to work together and the longer they play together the smoother it goes. I think kind of adding John Greco to the mix there midway through the season has been good. John’s done a pretty good job for us and I think the challenge for them is just to continue. Although statistically there were some things...
Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden, who suffered a concussion Sunday, has been cleared to practice, according to coach Par Shurmur.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.
Are the Browns getting a reputation as a physical football team? We’ve heard all season after teams have played the Browns they seem to have more respect for what the team is building. Then we heard from the Ravens how much they didn’t enjoy having to tackle Trent Richardson.
Against the Steelers the Browns were popping running backs left and right. They created turnovers. Some...
No matter what happens the rest of the way, the Oakland Raiders will finish without a winning record for a 10th consecutive season.
The way the Cleveland Browns have struggled on the road, it appears they're headed toward a fifth straight losing season.
Oakland will try to avoid its first five-game losing streak in five seasons - and extend the Browns' franchise-record...
Last night, yours truly and the young buck, Jacob Rosen, did a guest spot on More Sports and Les Levine for a solid hour. We ran the gambit of topics from Pat Shurmur to Mark Shapiro to Byron Scott to the Baseball Hall of Fame Voters. Since many of you aren’t Time Warner Cable subscribers or live elsewhere, we thought we would give you a couple of quick highlights from the evening’s...
“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,...