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Cleveland Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton comes from the old school teachings of Pittsburgh Steelers DC Dick Lebeau, and his defense plays the same type of style as the Steelers do, but better these days.


In praise of the Browns front office… so far

In the name of front office accountability, I’ve been very open with the fact that I’m not a fan of the Trent Richardson trade. I’ve learned quite a bit about criticism and sports over the last five years with our Cleveland franchises and Mike Holmgren helped ensure that I already finished drinking my last bottle of “Benefit of the Doubt” cola, 1 let alone a sugary glass...

Brian Hoyer’s surgery set for October 18

Cleveland Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski said on Friday morning that quarterback Brian Hoyer will have surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee on Friday, Oct. 18. Hoyer, 27, injured his knee while sliding early in the first half of the Browns’ win against the Buffalo Bills last Thursday. On the season, the Cleveland native had won both starts prior...

Browns continue to climb in PFT power rankings, land at No. 13

Can Brandon Weeden overcome the utter contempt of the front office and convince them not to fire sale the rest of the team? Brian Hoyer brought hope, but he's out for the season with a knee injury and it says something that Jason Campbell hasn't been used yet. Winning three in a row has Browns fans happy, however, can Weeden keep it going or will the fire marshall have to...

NFL News: Browns sign WR Charles Johnson, place QB Hoyer on IR

The Browns announced today they have placed quarterback Brian Hoyer on injured reserve and have signed wide receiver Charles Johnson off the Packers’ practice squad to take his place on the 53 man roster. Hoyer is expected to undergo surgery on his torn ACL next Friday at the Cleveland Clinic after tearing the ligament in the first quarter of last Thursday’s win at home against...

Cleveland Browns: Finding Positives in the Return of Brandon Weeden

When the Cleveland Browns ended the 2012 season, the fanbase finally felt as if they had some continuity at quarterback. Under rookie quarterback, Brandon Weeden, the Browns showed some signs of progress. Despite finishing with a disappointing record of 5-11, Cleveland flashed hope that 2013 could be the year they turn it all around. With a cannon for an arm, Weeden was looked at...

Jason Campbell hurt that Browns bypassed him at QB

After insisting all offseason that Jason Campbell was competing for the starting quarterback job coach Rob Chudzinski bypassed the veteran to roll with third-stringer Brian Hoyer when Brandon Weeden was sidelined by a sprained thumb. Campbell now acknowledges that he was disappointed with the snub. "Did it sting a little bit?" Campbell said Friday via the Akron Beacon...

While We’re Waiting…Rating the Browns offense, Breaking ‘Bama, and The American Pharaoh

Cleveland sports fans are waiting. Thus, while we’re all waiting, the WFNY editors thought you might enjoy reading. Because you never know how long we might be waiting. So here are assorted reading goodies for you to enjoy. Send more good links for tomorrow’s edition to   “I’ve never really been in a situation where I’ve been doubted like...

Jerry Sandusky’s son busted for DUI (Mugshot)

Cleveland Browns director of player personnel Jon Sandusky,  who happens to be Jerry Sandusky’s son was busted for driving under the influence on Tuesday in North Dakota, according to TMZ. 36-year-old Jon was initially pulled over in Fargo, ND early Tuesday morning after cops say he made an illegal turn.  During the stop, cops suspected he was hammered and tried to administer...

Browns' Joe Banner has "no intention to trade'' Josh Gordon, report says

Browns CEO Joe Banner slammed the door shut Thursday on the Josh Gordon trade rumors. "We're absolutely not shopping Josh" he told USA TODAY Sports. "We're not going to shop him and we don't have any plan or intention to trade him." "When we did the Trent Richardson trade the perception was we were throwing in the towel (so) we got calls on...

Browns’ Travis Benjamin got fast using a peculiar method

Cleveland Browns receiver Travis Benjamin credits chasing rabbits when he was growing up with giving him his speed (Credit: Baltimore Sun) A lot of fast NFL players credit their speed to something such as playing track and field throughout their life. Cleveland Browns wide receiver Travis Benjamin credits something very different for his speed. Drafted in the fourth round last year...

Lions at Browns: Five things to watch

It's a rematch of that August 15 preseason thriller. This one means just a little bit more. The Detroit Lions and Cleveland Browns - a couple of 3-2 teams trying to prove they're playoff contenders regardless of what anybody else thinks of them - meet Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland. (The Browns, by the way, won the exhibition game, 24-6, on the same field)...

Cleveland Explodes After Browns Score Third Straight Win

The mood of Cleveland Browns fans has changed from mutinous to euphoric. The rollercoaster that has been the …

If the Browns offense is going to be successful, they have to control Ndamukong Suh and Nick Fairley.

The Cleveland Browns offense already has 3 strikes against them coming into the game Sunday against the Detroit Lions. Strike one is playing Brandon Weeden at the quarterback position, but as head coach Rob Chudzinski puts it, they have no other choice. The second and third strikes are the two players the Lions have that like to bring pressure to the QB. It is going to be like a...

Browns: Key Matchups

The Cleveland Browns have won the last three games in creative fashion. Both the Cleveland Browns and Detroit Lions look to improve to a 4 and 2 record this Sunday at First Energy Stadium. Here are some keys to the game.• Reggie BushThe Cleveland Browns have the 4th ranked defense in the NFL. Cleveland has allowed only 95 rushing yards a game this year playing against some elite...

Lions-Browns Preview

The Cleveland Browns are expected to look to quarterback Brandon Weeden to lead them the rest of the way after Brian Hoyer's season-ending injury. The Detroit Lions are hoping they don't have the difficult task of trying to replace All-Pro receiver Calvin Johnson for a second straight week. The Browns will try to remain in first place in the AFC North by earning a fourth...
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