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Week seven. Losers of two straight, the Cleveland Football Browns play host to the Seattle Seahawks who bring their 2-3 record and back-up quarterback across the country. Peyton Hillis will not be suiting up in this one, so we’ll get to see a lot of Montario Hardesty while listening to Ron Pitts and Jim Mora attempt to succesfully say “Chris Ogbonnaya.”
On a brighter note, the Browns will have cornerback Joe Haden back after the second-year stud missed last week’s loss with a knee sprain.
This game isn’t a “must-win” by any stretch, but the week-long response that will follow this 60 minutes of football will be nearly unbareable if the Browns do not come out with the W. If you guys missed any of our coverage this week, I recommend clicking here and digging back through some of the archives. You guys know the rules; follow along in the comments during the contest – Craig will hit you up with the intel following the game.
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2011 has been a very strange season for Browns RB Peyton Hillis. In one of the most shocking moments in video game history, he’s named cover boy for Madden ’12. Of course that means that he’s instantly cursed. But is something even bigger than a curse going on behind closed doors? Bigger than that contract situation? Bigger than the strep throat issue that mysteriously sent...
Browns running back Montario Hardesty can't wait to put the Raiders game behind him and start against the Seahawks if Peyton Hillis can't play.
With Peyton Hillis listed as questionable for the Cleveland Browns against the Seattle Seahawks Sunday, Montario Hardesty will get the start at running back. Hardesty is looking forward to facing the Seahawks, after his poor performance at Oakland previously, while Chris Ogbonnaya is the third-down back. Hillis suffered a hamstring injury last week against the Raiders. Im definitely...
Jason La Canfora of NFL Network reports that Browns running back Peyton Hillis (hamstring) will not play in Sunday's game against the Seahawks. Source: Jason La Canfora: Twitter.com Attached Thumbnails
The Cleveland Browns will be without running back Peyton Hillis against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.
Cleveland Browns kicker Phil Dawson hit two field goals Sunday with a bum leg but will likely need a few days off if he hopes to play Sunday. Meanwhile, running back Peyton Hillis did some running Monday.
Charlie Whitehurst will start at quarterback Sunday for the Seattle Seahawks, who listed Tarvaris Jackson as inactive with a strained pectoral muscle.
Jackson started the first five games but was not expected to play at Cleveland after missing practice during the week. Whitehurst relieved him last week and was 11-of-19 for 149 yards and a TD in a 36-25 win over the New York Giants...
Browns cornerback Joe Haden is active and will start against Seattle, but running back Peyton Hillis is out with a hamstring injury. Charlie Whitehurst is starting at quarterback for the Seahawks, replacing Tavaris Jackson, who has an injured chest muscle. Haden missed last week's game in Oakland with a sprained left knee and missed two days of practice this week.
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“What did we learn today? Uh, well, the Browns did commit themselves to the run, dominating time of possession with Montario Hardesty. It was painful watching the young...
Chris Ogbonnaya, the newest addition to the Cleveland Browns helped his quarterback Colt McCoy and the Cleveland Browns move the football today. Ogbonnaya has only been in the Browns camp for four days. Yet he is no stranger to helping out Colt McCoy. Chris Ogbonnaya played with McCoy in Texas and McCoy felt comfortable enough to go to Chris Ogbonnaya a number of times today...
For any of you who heard Mike Holmgren’s press conference which took place on Thursday, you know one of the hottest topics was the Peyton Hillis contract extension and it’s surrounding debacle. There is no need to go into anything deeper as Craig has dissected it at length yesterday and again this morning.
All of the big hitters in the Cleveland sports media were in the...
The Cleveland Browns and Atlanta Falcons will be going up against the Seattle Seahawks and Detroit Lions, respectively, without one each of their biggest weapons. The Browns will be without running back Peyton Hillis (who's brought new vim and vigor to the Madden Curse), and the Falcons will have to do their thing without dynamic rookie receiver Julio Jones.