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Armond Smith, who got the call on the controversial fourth-and-1 pitchout against Tennessee, has had an incredible journey to the Browns.

While We’re Waiting… Browns O-Line Play, The Hillis Issue and B10 Family Portrait

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 “With the long awaited return to Tony Pashos to the starting lineup, the Browns have momentarily solved their decade-long revolving door at right tackle. Of course, in...

Cleveland Browns P.M. links: Colt McCoy leads the NFL with 172 pass attempts

That's 43 per game. Even subtract the 61 against Tennessee, and the second-year QB still throws 37 passes per game. More Browns links.

Cleveland Browns: Should the Browns sign Terrell Owens? Poll

Could the Cleveland Browns get a boost with the addition of Terrell Owens?

Cleveland Browns Film Room: Week 4 Covering the Tight End

Each week this season, we’ll take a seat in our very own WFNY Browns film room and break down a little tape from the previous week.  Do enjoy. Well, you knew that no subject I picked this week would look pretty on film after that game. The Browns were torched on Sunday by the Titans’ tight ends. Torched to the tune of 105 yards and 2 TDs. In fact, for the season the Browns have...

Lawrence Vickers Has Become The Sum of All Fears For Browns Fans

There are a bunch of different ways to skin a cat, and all of them leave you with a skinned cat.Fan enthusiasts will point out that the Cleveland Browns are 2-2 for the first time since their last playoff season of 2002. Browns antagonists will point out Colt McCoy has played three bad games in four this year. Apologists will point out the Browns and their young quarterback are learning...

Cleveland Browns won't repeat the effort they had in loss to Tennessee Titans, says T.J. Ward (SBTV)

Browns safety says team can't wait to get back to practice and put a different foot forward for Oct. 16 game at the Raiders.

Fourth down play to Smith still a bad call - Browns Comment of the Day

"I like Smith's speed also. And yes, if he breaks one off on the fourth down, Shurmur looks like a genius. Thing is, you just don't see too many sweeps in the NFL anymore because of the defensive speed at that level. When you have a Peyton Hillis wearing your colors, you don't run sweeps to rookie tailbacks fourth and one." - Helena Handbasket

The Remote Report: An Introspective Retrospective on Being a Browns Fan

To paraphrase someone wiser than me: When things end, you think about how they started.I was home last weekend (making the title of this column kind of ridiculous, as I’ve been in three different cities through four games) and caught the game in the comfort of my own home. My father and I kicked back on the couches in our living room and calmly half-watched the Browns take a step...

Browns record masks early problems

The Peyton Hillis drama got us thinking that it’s time to do our bye week check-in of the Cleveland Browns.  We’ve already looked at the Redskins and Ravens. 2-2 is not what it seems The Browns have new systems on both sides of the ball. They have a young quarterback. 2-2 should have everyone in…

Hillis needs to get touches - Browns Comment of the Day

"I don't care about the history of durability of running backs in the NFL. Right now, Hillis is the most talented offensive player the Browns have - the best running back and the best receiver. He needs to be on the field, and for Shurmur to not have him involved in the offensive game plan is just poor coaching." - sofldog

See You in Cleveland

Section 542, Row 23: That's where I'll be sitting in Cleveland Browns Stadium when the Seahawks put the boots to Mike Holmgren's current employees on October 23. This will be my 3rd trip to see the Hawks in Cleveland- I got to see a boring 9-6 win (with a dramatic finish) in 2001, and an exciting 33-30 OT loss in 2007. I'll take the boring win over the exciting loss...

Stop making excuses for McCoy - Browns Comment of the Day

"Everyone loves to make excuses for Colt McCoy. I'm not into making excuses. I want to see results, and the results on the field are obvious. Colt isn't accurate past two yards and doesn't have the vision or arm strength to attack downfield. So go ahead, make any excuses you want. The fact remains that Colt was a 3rd round draft pick for good reason." - EricCartman13

Agent says he told Browns' Hillis not to play sick

CLEVELAND (AP) -- Fearing Peyton Hillis was weakened from strep throat and could risk injury, his agent advised the Browns' bruising back not to play on Sept. 25 against Miami.

One Huge Reason Not to Tailgate at a Cleveland Browns Game: This Guy

I feel like I am watching the spawn of a football tailgate and that homoerotic scene from Silence of the Lambs when Buffalo Bill tucks his dong between his legs. The Cleveland Browns don’t have much left in terms of respect as is and this kid may have totally ruined there chances. This seriously makes me nauseous.
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