Found November 23, 2011 on Cleveland.com:
Cleveland Browns Colt McCoy, Josh Cribbs, Montario Hardesty and head coach Pat Shurmur talked with the media following practice on Wednesday about the five AFC North Division games they play in the next six weeks. The streak begins Sunday with the Cincinnati Bengals in Cincinnati.
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