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Finally a source you can trust!
Mike Adams reports on his own twitter account that he is headed to the airport to visit the Denver Broncos.
As he says, “unfortunately” he obviously wants to be back in Cleveland. Adams just finished up a three-year $4.1 million deal with the Browns as he heads into his 30s. Mike Adams has proven to be a valuable asset because of his versatility rotating between safety and cornerback. That being said, he isn’t the kind of guy you can spend too much money on.
More importantly, the Browns need to get 28-year-old Dimitri Patterson back first.
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The Denver Broncos have signed former Browns CB/S Mike Adams according to reports, and by Adams himself via his twitter account-
“clev didnt offer a contract for me 2 stay, so now im a Bronco. I went hard every play 4 u clev! I will miss that locker room, and the fans!”
Adams reportedly had other visits scheduled, but Denver couldn’t let the veteran leave without a deal....
Now that Mike Adams is committed to the Denver Broncos, the veteran safety hopes another big-name free agent jumps on board as well.
And no, it's not Peyton Manning.
Adams is eager to have the Broncos bring back perennial Pro Bowler Brian Dawkins, who is still undecided on whether he will return for a 17th season or call it a career. The 38-year-old free agent missed most of...
When Mike Holmgren stated that sometimes it is good for both sides to have a fresh start, he really meant it. Right or wrong, there should be no question going forward just how little the Browns wanted Peyton Hillis back. The Chiefs got themselves a really good speculative bargain in their reported 1-year $3 million deal.
Per a source with knowledge of the contracts, Hillis receives...
The statements rolled onto Tony Pashos Twitter page, thank you after thank you, all directed to Cleveland Browns fans who obviously were telling him how much they admired the right tackle and his efforts in a difficult 2011 season.
Pashos explained Monday evening why he risked the health and well-being of his ankle by playing the season with a ruptured tendon in his foot. That led...
Adam Schefter from ESPN has a report on twitter that the Cleveland Browns have signed Frostee Rucker. The former defensive end of the Cincinnati Bengals has a reported new contract worth 21 million with 8 million guaranteed. The 20 million number will scare people but the real money is the 8 million which isn't too much for an average pass rusher in the NFL. The hope for the...
Regardless of how exactly the process went down this past weekend, the Browns missed their man. What isn’t in question is that the Browns wanted RG3 on the team and he will not be. So like any good co-dependent fanbase, we scour the earth to figure out who we can count on to be the quarterback to take the Browns to the Super Bowl. When one door closes another one opens. Usually...
John Elway, Peyton Manning and John Fox tour Dove Valley. (AP Photo/John Leyba)
As Manning Watch approaches seemingly unendurable Day Seven, there’s one thing to note — the Denver Broncos, the first serious potential suitors of Peyton Manning, remain patient.
They aren’t pestering the future Hall of Famer. They aren’t calling him or his agent every time Manning gets on a...
The only player to ever wear No. 18 for the Denver Broncos wants to make the jersey available again for Peyton Manning.
Maybe that will entice the four-time MVP to the Mile High City.
Frank Tripucka wore that number for three seasons in the 1960s, when he was the first quarterback in club history.
After his tenure, the number was ceremonially retired.
But Tripucka is just fine...
Written by: Matthew BlunkTim Tebow.There, that's the 2011 season of the Broncos summed up in two words.Seriously, though, Denver was a solid football team that accomplished an awful lot with a weirdo unorthodox offensive scheme designed to mask some of Tebow's deficiencies as a passer. John Fox has already installed a fierce defense and a dependable rushing attack. If the...
Denver Broncos WR Eddie Royal made Monday Night Football history against the Chargers in 2009. (REUTERS/Fred Greaves)
Wide receiver Eddie Royal did NOT sign with the Washington Redskins as we reported on Tuesday and is still making the free agent rounds. In fact, he’ll be talking to a trip to the Broncos’ AFC West rival San Diego Chargers.
Naturally we decided to dig up pictorial...
Cleveland Browns signed Cincinnati Bengals’ free agent defensive end Frostee Rucker to a five-year, $21 million deal, including $8 million guaranteed, Wednesday, according to The Enquirer’s Joe Reedy. A third-round pick in the 2006 NFL Draft, Rucker appeared in all 16 games for the Bengals last season, starting 11 of them, and recorded 44 tackles [...]
The Cleveland Browns reached agreement with defensive lineman Juqua Parker on a 1-year, $3 million deal according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails
The Cleveland Browns jumped into the race to secure the services of Green Bay Packers free agent Matt Flynn. The Brown and the Dolphins are both interested in having Flynn on their roosters. Flynn has said the Cleveland Browns would be his third choice stating he would only go to Cleveland if he didn’t get good offers from either the Miami Dolphins of the Seattle Seahawks. The...
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With all the speculation as to where free agent quarterback Peyton Manning should — and will — sign going on, ESPN.com‘s Rick Reilly decided to create an unbiased, objective system to break which team is the best fit for Manning. The four teams in the running are the Broncos, Titans, Cardinals and Dolphins.
Using the time-honored plus...
Details on how to enter are here. $800 and counting in prize money is up for grabs. Brackets lock at noon.
We’ll be back later with a Browns free agency update.