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The Browns listed wideout Mohammed Massqauoi and TE Jordan Cameron inactive for today’s game versus the Broncos:
#Browns inactives: WR Massaquoi, RB B Jackson, DB Gipson, LB Moten, DL Kitchen, OL Shaw and TE Cameron.
— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) December 23, 2012
Cornerback Tracy Porter will play for Broncos.
#Broncos inactives: Hanie, Caldwell, Carter, Gronkowski, Kuper. J. Thomas, and Siliga. Porter playing.
— Jeff Legwold(@Jeff_Legwold) December 23, 2012
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Following a profanity-laced tirade aimed at the vocal minority of more-than-likely anonymous “fans” who think it’s acceptable to call professional athletes derogatory names behind the comfort of a keyboard, long-time Cleveland Browns return man and wide receiver Josh Cribbs is trying to make amends, at least to the decent human beings.
We battle like gladiators on the field...
According to TOny Grossi of ESPNCleveland.com, Browns running back Trent Richardson is undergoing x-rays to see whether or not he has a broken ankle.
Trent Richardson getting x rays for possible broken ankle.
— Tony Grossi (@TonyGrossi) December 24, 2012
With one week to go in the season and the fact that the Browns won’t be in the playoffs this isn’t a big deal.
As expected, the Denver Broncos had no issue with the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Cleveland fell to 5-10 as its disappointing season continued, and in the process its fans became a tiny bit crankier.
Josh Cribbs apparently heard and saw some of the things that angry Browns fans were saying and writing after the team’s latest loss, and the eight-year veteran took to Twitter to express...
The Browns travel to Mile High face the Broncos, looking to finish their season strong and bounce back from their disappointing loss to the Redskins.
It’s Browns vs Broncos! Brandon Weeden vs Peyton Manning! Joe Banner vs John Elway?
Stick around for updates and commentary in the comments. Consider this your open thread.
The Broncos and Manning are putting together an amazing season.
Here are my Power Rankings and a quick note about each team.
1) San Francisco - Don't panic, Seattle doesn't lose at home.
2) Texans - They are solid on both sides of the ball.
3) Patriots - Suspect defense keep them from the top spot.
4) Denver - On the rise, are they a Super Bowl sleeper?
Cleveland tailback Trent Richardson injured his ankle late in the game against Denver and is doubtful for Week 17 against Pittsburgh. He left the stadium in a walking boot.Fantasy Spin:Richardson picked a bad time to play his worst game in a month game. His four-game touchdown streak (six TDs) ended in a 68-yard effort. Part of the reason for his low total was the Browns fell way...
Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden exited Sunday's game against Denver with a shoulder injury.Fantasy Spin:Weeden had 12 completions on 19 attempts for 104 yards with zero touchdowns or turnovers in the game. Colt McCoy took over under center.
DENVER (AP) -- First, quarterback Brandon Weeden was hurt. Then, running back Trent Richardson left the game as well.
Two injuries in the second half of a 34-12 loss to Denver on Sunday turned another long afternoon into something much worse for the Cleveland Browns.
Their two rookies -- the backbone of this franchise's future -- went out, Weeden with an injury to his right...
Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno compiled 127 yards from scrimmage on 22 carries and five catches Sunday against the Browns.Fantasy Spin:Moreno is averaging 122.8 yards from scrimmage over his last five games after not playing from Week 3-11. The only thing he didn't do Sunday was score; fullback Jacob Hester punched in a 3-yarder in the fourth quarter.
DENVER -- Even with the Denver Broncos steamrolling into the playoffs behind his play, Peyton Manning can't bring himself to say he's all the way back from the neck injury that sidelined him during his final season in Indianapolis. Manning threw three touchdown passes, including two to Eric Decker, and the Broncos overwhelmed the Cleveland Browns 34-12 Sunday for their...
Week 16 featured a matchup between two teams that were going in entirely different directions. The host Denver Broncos had won their eleventh game of the year on the road against a tough Baltimore Ravens team in week 15, had clinched the AFC West title weeks ago, and now found themselves in a race to nab one of the top two playoff seeds in the AFC. With the Houston Texans recent...