Found November 09, 2011 on
Aaron Wilson of Scout.com reports the Cleveland Browns tried out former University of North Carolina cornerback Kendric Burney, fullback Eddie Williams, wide receiver Torrey Grisset and offensive guard Stanley Daniels, according to a league source. Williams was signed to the practice squad as they cut fullback Will Taufoou from the practice squad. Originally drafted by the Washington Redskins in the seventh round two years ago, Williams spent the first seven weeks of his rookie season on the Redskins practice squad before being elevated to the 53-man roster. He was inactive for three games before being placed on injured reserve on Nov. 24. Williams spent the entire 2010 season on the Bears practice squad. Source: The Redzone
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
After eight games into the season, it is painfully obvious that the Cleveland Browns won’t be making the playoffs or even challenging for a Wild Card spot. While the defense has done its best to keep the team in games, the offense is in shambles. Running backs Peyton Hillis and Montario Hardesty are injured and now Mohamed Massaquoi - the Browns’ supposed No. 1 wide receiver...
Browns wide receiver Josh Cribbs, who's emerging as the team's biggest playmaker on offense, might line up in the backfield against the Rams.
The Cleveland Browns’ offense is making a quick descent into the bottom of the NFL rankings. As of today, the Browns have the 30th<img
class="alignright size-medium ... [visit site to read more]Are the Cleveland Browns Adding a Few Wrinkles Into the Offense? - Dawg Pound Daily - Dawg Pound Daily - A Cleveland Browns Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
"If I hear one more time what a winner Colt is, I'm going to get sick. He happened to play for Texas during a time when the team was loaded. Winning in college does not make you a NFL QB. Decision-making, accuracy and arm strength all contribute. Colt is not accurate. Colt cannot throw beyond 12 yards without winding up. Defenses do not have to respect his arm, so they crowd...
Browns starting safety T.J. Ward remains in a foot cast and is likely to miss Sunday's game against St. Louis. Ward, who has started all 24 NFL games since joining the league, was injured in the fourth quarter last week at Houston. Coach Pat Shurmur says "there's a good chance" Ward will sit out this week. Source: ESPN Attached Thumbnails
Browns injury list expands. Four players not practicing -- and that doesn't even include the top two running backs, who have been ruled out of Sunday's game.
Browns starting strong safety T.J. Ward's right foot remains immobilized inside a cast, leaving Cleveland's secondary with a very noticeable limp. Ward missed his second day of practice Thursday with the injury he sustained last week in Houston, and coach Pat Shurmur said there's a "very good chance" the hard-hitting safety will not play Sunday against the St.
It’s understandable if you have trouble choosing just one option below (though we gave you an option that saves you from such turmoil), as the Cleveland Browns did very little right in Sunday’s 30-12 loss to the Houston Texans. The defense was … [visit site to read more]What Disappointed You Most About the Browns’ 30-12 Loss to the Texans? - Dawg Pound Daily - Dawg Pound...