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I’m sure some of you are already tired of this and think it is being beaten to death, but I just read on Twitter that Pat Shurmur is still defending the play saying Jordan Norwood was open in the first read. Anyway, I won’t tell you where I stand on it anymore, but it is worth going through the pictures to discuss the progression.
First up is the third and one where Trent Richardson...
Brandon Weeden is getting very pissed off about losing, that is a good thing. The fact that he has never been part of a losing team has gotten under Mr. Weeden’s skin. After all he is the leader of the Cleveland Browns offense, he touches the ball on every play and some of his mistakes have helped the Cleveland Browns to a 0-5 record. Take the fact Brandon Weeden can’t complete...
Several key Cleveland Browns players missed practice
yesterday and figure to be questionable for this weekend’s contest against
their division rival, the Cincinnati Bengals. The Browns were without wide
receivers Travis Benjamin, Mohamed Massaquoi and Jordan Norwood as well as
linebacker D’Qwell Jackson.
Massaquoi and Benjamin each missed last weekend’s matchup...
ROCKS AT THE THRONE
Following the announcement of new suspensions for those players involved in the Saints bounty scandal, one of those suspended, Scott Fujita, laid into the commish with a scathing statement.
Browns Want To Increase Rookie RB Richardson’s Role -Browns head coach Pat Shurmur confirmed that the Browns are working with Trent Richardson on a goal of making him a true every-down back. Richardson missed the entire preseason, so he opened the season as a two-down back who left the field in favor of Chris Ogbonnaya in passing situations. Richardson has 15 receptions over his...
Browns linebacker Scott Fujita has criticized NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for the way he has handled his suspension in the New Orleans Saints' bounty case.
Fujita had his three-game suspension reduced to one on Tuesday by Goodell, who sent the veteran a letter. Fujita says he's pleased Goodell acknowledged he never participated in the pay-for-hits program, but did not...
Cleveland Browns linebacker Scott Fujita accused commissioner Roger Goodell of abusing his power in his handling of the New Orleans Saints' bounty case, and also slammed the league's recent record on player safety. Fujita had his three-game suspension reduced to one on Tuesday by Goodell. In a statement Wednesday, Fujita expressed anger with a letter he received from Goodell...
Sometimes, tempers flare when you combine NFL football, family and the act of wagering hard-earned money on some aspect related to the outcome of a particular game. And when you add into that already volatile mix being a long-suffering Cleveland Browns fan, well, you have a recipe for disaster; or, at least in this particular [...]
The apology came from Joe Haden's heart. He knows he let down the Browns.
Speaking for the first time since he was suspended four games by the NFL, Haden acknowledged Monday that he tested positive for the stimulant Adderall, leading him to be banned for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing substances.
Haden, one of Cleveland's best players, apologized...
The specific discipline being imposed today, subject to appeals by the players, is as follows:
SCOTT FUJITA (now with the Cleveland Browns) is suspended for one game. He had been suspended for three games.
In a letter to Fujita, Commissioner Goodell said:
"While I have not found that you directly contributed to the bounty pool, there is no serious question that you were aware...
Get your week six, waiver wire fix!—- The ‘your guess is a good as mine’ pick-up —-Josh Gordon/Greg Little – WR Browns:Take your pick – Josh Gordon had two catches for 82 yards and two td’s while Greg Little had two targets and a bagel. Next week they have the Bengals at home who just gave up 223 yards to Tannehill. One of them is in for a big day, unfortunately my...
Browns CB Joe Haden returns from his four-game suspension
“We had about a three minute stretch there before the end of the first half that, just, you know, uh, wow, you can’t do that, you know, against a good football team. And then we battled …” — Pat Shurmur
“You’d think anyone who’s played much quarterback would know that you only get one forward pass [per play].” — Dan Dierdorf
“It stinks.” — T.J. Ward
Here is the week six NFL schedule, with links to the local media covering each team: Thursday, Oct. 11 Game Time/Score TV Location Pittsburgh at Tennessee 8:20 pm NFL Network LP Field Sunday, Oct. 14 Game Time/Score TV Location Dallas at Baltimore 1:00 pm FOX M&T Bank Stadium Cincinnati at Cleveland 1:00 pm CBS Cleveland Browns Stadium St. Louis at Miami 1:00 pm