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According to Rich Tandler of CSNWashington.com, there’s a good chance that the Cleveland Browns may not be interested in moving up in the draft to take former Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III.
Tandler stated that he’s not convinced that Mike Holmgren will pull the trigger to move up to the second overall pick. Ultimately they could stay where they are at and even take Ryan Tannehill with the fourth pick, even though it might be a little high for him, but everyone has an opinion.
In the end, the Browns can’t go into next season with Colt McCoy as their starter, their fan base would go bananas.
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We mentioned last night that Rich Tandler of CSNWashington.com wasn’t so sure that Mike Holmgren and the Cleveland Browns would be inclined to pull the trigger on a deal that would land them the second overall pick in this year’s draft, which would of course allow them to draft former Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III.
John Czarnecki of FOXSports.com is reporting that the...
Browns president Mike Holmgren says general manager Tom Heckert underwent heart surgery last week.
Heckert had surgery at the Cleveland Clinic to repair a blockage. Holmgren said Monday that Heckert wasn't feeling well and went for a checkup, when the blockage was discovered. Holmgren said Heckert, who has been with the Browns since 2010, is recovering well and is expected to...
With the bar for the second-overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft allegedly set, reports are circulating which state that the Cleveland Browns have been showing “weird, uninterested signals” in any trade that would see a swap with the St. Louis Rams.
FOX Sports’ John Czarnecki, in a piece that hinges upon veteran quarterback Peyton Manning, states that Cleveland’s two first...
The latest re-rebuilding of the Cleveland Browns is off to a good start.
With Monday's signing of middle linebacker and team leader D'Qwell Jackson to a contract extension, the Browns are one-for-one in accomplishing offseason goals in 2012 and still have both salary cap room and the ability to use their franchise tag if they so choose.
"Signing D'Qwell was the...
Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren confirmed Monday that general manager Tom Heckert had heart surgery, adding that "he's going to be fine."
Browns president Mike Holmgren says general manager Tom Heckert underwent heart surgery last week. Heckert had surgery at the Cleveland Clinic to repair a blockage. Holmgren said Monday that Heckert wasn't feeling well and went for a checkup, when the blockage was discovered. Holmgren said Heckert, who has been with the Browns since 2010, is recovering well and is expected to be back in his...
Cleveland Browns general manager Tom Heckert is recovering from recent heart surgery, team president Mike Holmgren told Cleveland reporters Monday.
For the last several seasons the AFC North Division of the National Football League has been about two teams, the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers. While that appears to be true again heading into the 2012 season, the Steelers can no longer just brush aside the Cincinnati Bengals and the Cleveland Browns.
For the Bengals’ part, they received a Wild-Card bid under rookie...
The Cleveland Browns have re-signed Middle Linebacker D'Qwell Jackson yesterday - five-years, $42.5 million, including $19 million in guaranteed money.
Jackson missed almost 2 full seasons with torn pectoral muscles on both sides of his chest that could have very well ended his career.
He fought back and worked hard to become a star on the Brown's defense. Cleveland was...