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Quarterback Jason Campbell headlines the Browns’ list of inactives for the Thursday night game against the Bills. Brandon Weeden will be active and will be the second string quarterback.
The Browns will not have the services of DE Billy Winn for the second game in a row with a quad injury. Linebacker Quentin Groves will miss his third game with an ankle injury.
Jabaal Sheard will also not be able to play again, meaning rookie Barkevious Mingo will get his second start of the season.
Shaun Lauvao is active, but no word yet on who will start at RG. John Hughes is active despite missing significant practice time to injury.
Newly acquired Fozzy Whittaker is inactive. Offensive linemen Patrick Lewis and Martin Wallace round out the inactives.
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After missing his last 2 games due to a thumb injury, the Cleveland Browns were forced to put Brandon Weeden in the game when Browns starting quarterback Brian Hoyer went out with a knee injury. The Browns won the game and Weeden did complete 2 passes that led to one touchdown, but he was greeted by boos from the fans when he missed his receivers. It is clear that Weeden is not an...
The Cleveland Browns won their third in a row last night. I covered the recap already, but I had some more random thoughts coming out of the game.
Are we jerks? Cleveland Browns fans needed Brandon Weeden after Brian Hoyer got hurt and yet booed him onto the field last night. I can’t blame anyone for having that opinion of Weeden and his slower than slow decision-making ability...
The Brandon Weeden era in Cleveland appears to be completely over, and quickly forgotten. After winning two straight games for the Browns, Brian Hoyer has his team on top of a weak division, and with the Bills up next, there’s no reason the Browns won’t push their winning streak to three games. Much was made of the Browns’ decision to deal Trent Richardson away to the Colts...
One of the great things about the game of football is that any team can win on any given day. However, year in and year out there are certain teams that fans have come to not expect to win. Why? Because they don't.
The Cleveland Browns have been one of those teams for years; yes, I used the past tense on purpose.
The Browns entered Thursday night&...
As the Cleveland Browns improved to 2-0 under Brian Hoyer with their win on Sunday over the Cincinnati Bengals, the final grains of sand began to slip through the hour glass that represents Brandon Weeden’s career as the Browns starting quarterback. Although head coach Rob Chudzinski will not admit it, the starting job is going to be Hoyer’s for the rest of the season barring...
Brandon Weeden lost his starting job, but never any confidence.
He promised that if he ever got the chance to start for the Browns again he would make the most of it.
And on Thursday night, in front of a home crowd that booed some of his early throws and a national TV audience, Weeden came to Cleveland's rescue.
Weeden replaced injured starter Brian Hoyer and rallied the Browns...
The Cleveland Browns host the Buffalo Bills Thursday night. Both teams have a short week but there still is a game to play. Who is in? Who is out? Find out, in your Cleveland Browns Week 5 injury report.The big name on this week’s injury report again is quarterback Brandon Weeden (right thumb). Now listed as probable with full participation all week, Weeden is healthy...
The Browns are, once again, in trouble. At least that’s the feeling I get after their comeback win over the Buffalo Bills last night. Yes, they won the game, but they lost their starting quarterback, Brian Hoyer, for the rest of the season. Now, the Browns must turn back to Brandon Weeden.
Hoyer provided a spark for the Browns that resulted in consecutive wins in weeks three...
Today Bills coach Doug Marrone told Stacey Dales of NFL Network that “feels good” about C.J. Spiller’s (ankle) Thursday night status, and “(thinks) he’ll be out there.” ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports Spiller “will” play. While Spiller’s status will ultimately come down to how he feels in pre-game warmups, but it appears he’s going to suit […]
Cleveland Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer has a partially torn ACL but will seek a second opinion before getting it repaired.
Hoyer began starting for the Browns in Week 3 and won consecutive starts before being injured in Thursday nights game against Buffalo.
Brian Hoyer has a partial ACL tear only. Will get a second opinion and then get it repaired.
— Jason La Canfora ...
Cleveland Browns QB Brian Hoyer was forced from Thursday’s game against the Bills with a right knee injury, and is questionable to return.
Brandon Weeden is in, and has already been booed.
Hoyer suffered the injury on Cleveland’s second series when he attempted to slide at the end of a successful scramble. He got laid out by Bills LB Kiko Alonso, getting both his...
Brandon Weeden replaced injured starter Brian Hoyer and rallied the Browns to a 37-24 win Thursday night over the Buffalo Bills.
Brandon Weeden is even delivering wins now for the Cleveland Browns, and this is making Browns owner Jimmy Haslam and his crew very happy men. Last night’s Thursday Night Football featured injuries to the two starting quarterbacks, a nifty punt return touchdown by Travis Benjamin and the new Browns owner having the time of his life in his press box. [Deadspin]
The feel-good hometown hero story of Brian Hoyer took a crushing turn Thursday night when the quarterback suffered a potentially serious right knee injury in the first quarter of Thursday night's game against Buffalo at FirstEnergy Stadium.
But the never-say-die Browns put on a thrilling performance in Hoyer's absence pulling away with Brandon Weeden at quarterback for a...
Who caught your eye? Did someone stand out? Who blew it? That’s what were interested in this morning. Winners and losers.
A big win for the Browns (and for Cleveland), but it was certainly a costly win as Hoyer was injured and could be down for the season. Desmond Bryant had to go to the Cleveland Clinic with shortness of breath, which is never good.
WINNER: Brandon Weeden. There...