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Plain Dealer's Cleveland Browns beat writer Mary Kay Cabot hosts News and Notes with Colt McCoy, Peyton Hillis, D'Qwell Jackson, and Greg Little before they play the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday at Cleveland Browns Stadium.

Evans: Holmgren not good for Browns

Former NFL fullback Heath Evans thinks the Browns will go nowhere as long as Mike Holmgren is the one shopping for the groceries in Cleveland. 

Madden cover boy Hillis now believes in curses

After saying many times to the contrary, Cleveland Browns running back Peyton Hillis admitted that he is now a believer in the "Madden Curse." "No doubt about it," Hillis told the Cleveland Plain Dealer. "Things haven't worked to my favor this year. There's a few things that happened that made me believe in curses. Ain't no doubt about it."...

McCoy still out three weeks after concussion

Browns quarterback Colt McCoy still can't practice three weeks after sustaining a concussion.

No McCoy as Browns brace to face Harrison, Steelers

With starting quarterback Colt McCoy still shaken from the head shot heard `round the NFL, the Browns are getting ready for the NFL's nastiest -- and some insist dirtiest -- player.

Browns QB McCoy (concussion) still can't practice

Browns quarterback Colt McCoy still can't practice three weeks after sustaining a concussion.

Colt McCoy still not cleared to practice

When it comes to Sunday’s Browns-Steelers tilt, the status of Ben Roethlisberger is dominating discussion but he isn’t the only quarterback on the two teams dealing with an injury. Colt McCoy hasn’t returned to practice since suffering a concussion in the last matchup with the Steelers and Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer reports…

Video: Colt McCoy Won’t Bash Browns Over His Concussion

Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy, who was diagnosed with a concussion after the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Dec. 8, is throwing his support behind the Browns medical team. “Our medical staff does an outstanding job and that should never be in question,” McCoy said in his first public comments since his injury. McCoy’s show of support is in stark contrast...

Three weeks after injury, Browns' McCoy still not practicing

Browns quarterback Colt McCoy still can't practice three weeks after sustaining a concussion.

While We’re Waiting… Tristan Thompson Q&A, Peyton Hillis the Madden Curse victim, and the Browns defense

While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at Leading off, our own Brendan Bowers caught up with Tristan Thompson for SLAM Magazine, and when asked about starting for the Cavs being a goal right now, Tristan replied “No...

Fantasy football's most disappointing RBs

Week 17 of the 2011 NFL season is now upon us, and the majority of fantasy football leagues have crowned their champion for the season. We can now begin to look back on the season and determine some of the players that surprised and disappointed fantasy football owners the most this year. Disappointing performances are frequently brought on by injury, either to the specific player...

Browns' Shurmur still won't rule out McCoy

Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur says he still hasn't ruled out quarterback Colt McCoy for Sunday's season-finale against the Steelers.

Browns' McCoy not cleared to practice

BEREA, OHIO (AP) - Browns quarterback Colt McCoy still can't practice three weeks after sustaining a concussion.McCoy hasn't been cleared by team doctors and likely will miss his third straight game Sunday against Pittsburgh. McCoy hasn't practiced or played since he was blasted by Steelers linebacker James Harrison on Dec. ...

Around the Browns

The Browns head into the season finale much like the way it began -- looking for improvement. At 4-11 and going nowhere fast. Backup QB Seneca Wallace is likely to start again for Colt McCoy, leaving many Browns fans wondering whether Wallace provides the Browns an improved chance at victory.
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