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The Browns are one of the league's worst teams through six weeks, but they're trending up with an upset win over Cincinnati last week.
But, with an utter lack of talent on the roster, the future success of the Browns lies in their run game and highly touted rookie running back Trent Richardson and the Cleveland running game. The rookie hasn't been particularly effective thus far this season, averaging less than four yards per carry, but he's flashed the potential that made him the third overall pick.
The Colts, on the other hand, just allowed Shonn Greene to have a career-high day, as the Jets' running game single-handedly turned the game into a rout.
So how will the Colts attempt to stop the rookie? Will they be able to?
The first step to stopping the running game is the nose tackle.
Unfortunately, the Colts' nose tackle has been severely lacking all season.
Antonio Johnson's season has been an utter disappointment through six weeks. While m...
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According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer, running back Trent Richardson is practicing today even though he’s dealing with a rib cartilage injury.This is certainly a good sign for the Browns. I’d have to imagine at this point that he’ll be good to go for Sunday.
Everyone have their Kool-Aid ready? Montario Hardesty looks like he could be the starting RB for week 7 if Trent Richardson is unable to play with his rib injury, meaning Hardesty will be one of the top waiver wire pickups this week at RB (Along with Felix Jones, Alex Green, and William Powell, all covered in separate articles). Not sure who the best pickup is for you? Jump...
Every week, it seems that Brad Childress’ press conference delivers some peculiar nugget about his eccentric, old-school coaching style. This week’s special: He never had seen Josh Gordon play before he officially became a Cleveland Brown:
(On what he saw in Gordon before they picked him in the Supplemental Draft)- “I never saw a snap of him. I got off a cruise boat and somebody...
Rick is back once again. Only about 25 minutes this time, so you can bite it off quickly as you head into the weekend. We preview the Browns vs. Colts matchup.
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Brandon Weeden gets his first crack in a dome.
Update on the gentlemen’s bet that Rick and Craig placed on...
After plenty of speculation of what would happen after ownership was completely transferred to Jimmy Haslam, it is now known that Mike Holmgren will officially retire at the end of the 2012 season and Joe Banner is hired to replace him as President and will also be the CEO.
Haslam in his press conference called Holmgren the de facto owner, alluding that with him taking over and planning...
Defensive end Robert Mathis will miss the Indianapolis Colts' game on Sunday due to a knee injury, meaning Drake Nevis and Ricardo Mathews will be the starting ends charged with helping contain Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson. "Yeah, go get after Trent Richardson," offensive coordinator/interim head coach Bruce Arians said. "You've got a great...
If you are a Vice President of the United States, you have to say dumb things. It is in the official DNA of the position. Dan Quayle couldn’t spell ‘potato’, Al Gore invented the internet, Dick Cheney, well Dick Cheney shot a man in the face, and Joe Biden is a big “f’n” deal. VP [...]
A stirring week for the Cleveland Browns has turned sobering.
Starting left guard Jason Pinkston remains hospitalized with blood clots in his lungs, a life-threatening condition he's grateful was detected early. After the Browns revealed Pinkston's condition after practice on Friday, he confirmed his illness on Twitter while being treated at the Cleveland Clinic.
The Jimmy Haslam era has officially begun. With it, there's a lot of conversations occurring about the future of head coach Pat Shurmur, especially with the impending hire of a general manager to lead the team.
Despite the probable demolition and subsequent rebuild that is likely to occur in the near future, the team, or more specifically Haslam, was able to attract a pair...
Cleveland coach Pat Shurmur said rookie tailback Trent Richardson (ribs) could split playing time this Sunday if his rib cartilage injury is still bothering him, according to beat writer Scott Petrak.Fantasy Spin:Richardson didn't sound concerned about the injury Wednesday and should be fine to handle close to a full share in a great matchup against the Colts.
Browns offensive coordinator Brad Childress' first memory of Josh Gordon was, "Who?" Now, Childress has a much better understanding of the Browns' first-year wide out.
Joe Banner has been introduced as CEO of the Cleveland Browns, joining new owner Jimmy Haslam III in trying to turn around an NFL franchise stuck in an almost continuous cycle of losing.
Banner spent 19 years with the Philadelphia Eagles, spending 12 seasons as president before leaving the club last season. The 59-year-old will officially start his job on Oct. 25, when Haslam'...