Found November 15, 2012 on
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Rookie WR Josh Gordon was fined $20,000 for his ‘blindside’ block on Ravens safety Ed Reed. The block occurred in the third quarter on an end around run by Travis Benjamin. There was a subsequent personal foul penalty on Baltimore, creating off-setting penalties and erasing a 9 yard Benjamin run.
Gordon will appeal the fine.
[Related: Haden misses practice with oblique injury]
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A fan who dunked his head in a bucket of urine at a Browns game in a video that went viral has been identified as a police officer and suspended for his hijinks.
Browns coach Pat Shurmur spoke to the media after practice about rookie RB Trent Richardson-
(On how he goes about getting the ball to Trent Richardson in space)- “In our game plans we have ways for him to run the ball inside, off tackle, outside the defense and then you see we run them on wide routes out of the backfield as part of a progression. If they take away the ball down...
Good news for Browns fans, they did not lose last week. Can they continue this non-losing streak? Doubtful.
After a rough Week 10, I'm sitting at 92-54-1. Who wants to keep track of a tie.
Let's see if I can turn this around this week.
Arizona at Atlanta - The Cards need to get some production from the QB position if they want any chance to make playoff...
That noise in the background?
Thats the pressure being ratcheted up on Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden.
The Browns no longer treat Weeden as a rookie. They seem to want results, now.
Hes our starter, offensive coordinator Brad Childress said at his weekly media gaggle. And hes given a pretty good representation of himself here. Can he iimprove? Hed be the first to tell you that...
Browns CEO Joe Banner has spent his first weeks on the job assessing, evaluating and questioning. Soon, he'll start making changes - and some of them could be major.
Banner, who spent 19 seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles before he was hired by new Cleveland owner Jimmy Haslam, said Friday he remains ''open-minded'' about coach Pat Shurmur, whose future with...
As the Cleveland Browns come off their bye week and prepare to face the Dallas Cowboys, there is some potentially troubling news in Berea.
I've been told from a reliable source that Joe Haden is battling a rib injury & has been struggling at practice. At this point, he's still likely to play against the Cowboys, but facing a prolific offense like Dallas could be problematic...
Ravens @ Steelers Sunday – 11/18/12 8:20 PM The Baltimore Ravens return to prime-time on Sunday when they travel to Pittsburgh to take on their AFC North rival Steelers on Sunday Night Football. Both teams have been hobbled by injuries but are still continuing their winning ways. Baltimore leads the Steelers in the AFC North standings by just one game. Sunday night’s game...
BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- When he was a kid, Browns kicker Phil Dawson worshipped the Dallas Cowboys.
In Texas, it's mandatory.
"Unless you grow up in Houston," Dawson said. "The rest of the state is Cowboys and that's all you did was follow the Cowboys."
And that he did.
Like many boys growing up deep in the heart of the Lone Star state, where football and...
Baltimore Ravens (7-2) at Pittsburgh Steelers (6-3)
Ben Roethlisberger is out for this one. How can the Steelers possibly beat the 7-2 Ravens? That’s the question that everyone seems to be asking this week and apparently no one can come up with an answer as the public is pounding Baltimore as road favorites here. However, as is often the case with the public on heavy leans, I think...
Craig and TD preview the Browns.
The game starts at noon local time. How weird would that be for Browns fans?
Tony Romo and Jason Garrett are both still question marks in Dallas
Jerry Jones and his job as GM
The Jerry Dome and TD’s first-hand account of visiting
Josh Cribbs is still talking. Is it still all worth it, and is he right?
Mike Holmgren and a bye week story about him...
Mental errors, especially like those caused by third-down back Chris Ogbonnaya in the Browns' last game, has become a worrisome problem for the 2-7 team.
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