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Browns coach Pat Shurmur considers Colt McCoy more of a rookie than a player with a season under his belt.
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Coach Pat Shurmur says Peyton Hillis will get more carries on Oct. 16 at Oakland. Do you believe him?
The Cleveland Browns have plenty of corrections to make.
WFNY dicusses the growing frustration within the Browns locker room as head coach Pat Shurmur takes most of the blame.
Browns coach Pat Shurmur defended his use of Peyton Hillis, saying the bruising back did not get less playing time on Sunday against Tennessee because of his unresolved contract issue or punishment for missing Clevelands game last week with strep throat. Shurmur was emphatic that Hillis role this season is not being influenced by ongoing negotiations with the Browns on a contract...
Browns coach Pat Shurmur spends a majority of Monday's press conference answering questions about running back Peyton Hillis.
The Cleveland Browns took a big step back backwards on Sunday against the Tennessee Titans, looking like the “same old Browns” in a 31-13 loss that saw quarterback Colt McCoy throw the ball 61 times.Not particularly sharp on either side of the ball, the Browns were exposed as a young team that is still going to make plenty of mistakes. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that...
Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur said he does not believe start cornerback Joe Haden will require surgery for a knee injury.
Haden posted on his Twitter account that he suffered a sprained knee in Sunday's loss to Tennessee. He was scheduled for an MRI exam on Monday.
Shurmur said he expected Haden to be out for some time but did not offer a definitive timetable. The Browns...
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Browns coach Pat Shurmur was adamant that running back Peyton Hillis' limited playing time on Sunday had nothing to do with his contract situation.
Plain Dealer Browns reporter: Pat Shurmur needs to find a way to get Peyton Hillis, Montario Hardesty into a rhythm.
Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur was adamant that running back Peyton Hillis' limited playing time on Sunday had nothing to do with his contract situation.
It’s hard to believe – and, honestly, kind of depressing to admit – but the NFL’s young season ain’t so young anymore. The first quarter of games is officially history. The Browns, entering the season with expectations that seemed to very person-by-person, have shown flashes of young, legitimate talent that’s been conspicuously absent since they were reborn in ’99....
Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur announced that Pro Bowl center Alex Mack will undergo an appendectomy today, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer reports. Recovery times from an appendectomy vary, and Cabot adds that Shurmur did not disclose how much time, if any, Mack would miss. The Browns are off in Week 5 before going on the road in Week 6 against the Oakland...
The Cleveland Browns found Brian Robiskie today. Robiskie caught three passes form Colt McCoy and he has an 8.3 yard average now and his long catch was good for 14 yards. Robiskie seems to one of the Browns forgotten receivers. Robiskie was a stand out at the Ohio State University and played his high school football in Chagrin Falls, a little community just east of Cleveland...
I debated whether or not to wait for the final score to post this recap. The game was that over that early. Don’t let a fourth quarter of Browns offense against the prevent defense fool you. The Browns were schooled on Sunday. They were schooled so badly that there was a Jake Locker sighting after Tennessee had already put 31 points up on the board. The Browns defense...
Browns coach Pat Shurmur was adamant that running back Peyton Hillis' limited playing time on Sunday had nothing to do with his contract situation.