Found September 27, 2013 on Waiting For Next Year:
So, this image hit the Cleveland Browns’ Facebook page and Instagram feed this afternoon. At first glance, it looks like the hand (paw?) of Chomps. But the striped arms? You be the judge.

Five NFL trades that should happen right now

The Cleveland Browns trading of No. 3 overall 2012 draft pick Trent Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts sent shock waves throughout the NFL last week.   After news of the trade spread, pundits and talking heads immediately went into analysis mode to give their takes on which of the teams involved got the better end of the deal. The most common opinion was that the trade was good...

The Browns are not going 0-16, shocking. Week 4 picks.

I've been hard on the Browns organization over the years and I was crushing them last week.  I have to admit it, I was wrong.  Bu just for last week.  I still don't like where this franchise is, but they seem to be trying to move in the right direction.  We'll see what moves they make the rest of the year.  The proof will be in the next draft. After a blazing...

When Brandon Weeden was asked what he learned about Brian Hoyer starting, his response was Don’t Get HURT

When Brandon Weeden went down with an injury he was not expecting to have either Jason Campbell or Brian Hoyer take his position.  Well Weeden response to what he learned from Brian Hoyer this week was classic and real: “Don’t get hurt,” Weeden said, per the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “I don’t know how else to […]

WR Josh Gordon wants to become an elite receiver with Browns, not trade bait: 'I want to reach that goal of being one of the household names'

Cleveland Browns WR Josh Gordon didn't get off to a good start by getting suspended the first two games of the season for violating the NFL's drug policy. He drew the ire of Cleveland fans by hanging out too much with public enemy No. 1 in LeBron James in the offseason. It was publicly said that Gordon was on a short leash' and had one last opportunity with the team...

It’s Hoyer Time, Cleveland expected to start Brian Hoyer again

Last week, third stringer Brian Hoyer came in and led the Browns who were huge underdogs to a win.  Hoyer looked amazing in the game, hitting both Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron multiple times. In a game that the Browns were expected the lose, they came out and did a great job.  They had traded […]

Schefter: Teams “aware and leery” of Josh Gordon’s off the field issues

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter,  NFl teams are are leary of Josh Gordons off the field issues.  At least one team — and I don’t know which one it is — has made an attractive offer for Gordon. A deal for him might not be far off, though if Cleveland were willing to take what was on the table, it would have already done so. The problem with Gordon is not his talent; rather...

The Browns secondary is ready for A.J. Green and company

Joe Haden is a very solid corner and today he made a statement that hopefully will not come back to bite him and the Browns secondary in the butt. This is what he said regarding A.J. Green and the Cincinnatti Bengals. “It’s not like we’re scared,” Haden said, per The Plain Dealer. “They have to […]

Browns QB Weeden healthy enough to throw

Injured Browns starting quarterback Brandon Weeden threw the football for the first time since spraining his right thumb. Weeden, who got hurt in Week 2 against Baltimore, says he made 40 tosses Friday during Cleveland's practice as the Browns prepared to face Cincinnati. Weeden threw a baseball and softball on Thursday before graduating to a football. Weeden says he's...

Browns TE Cameron catching on as playmaker

Jordan Cameron bristles when his basketball-playing past comes up. He's an NFL tight end, and that's a slam dunk. Cameron, who played hoops at Brigham Young and walked on to USC's team, has quickly developed into one of the Browns' top offensive players. Last week, the 6-foot-5, 252-pounder tied a team record with three touchdown catches as Cleveland stunned the...

Hoyer's Window Is Open

Cleveland Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski announced Wednesday afternoon, that Brian Hoyer would make his second start for the team this week at home against the Cincinnati Bengals.  Hoyer  is effectively on a week to week tryout.  He will not have the "wait and see if he develops" luxury afforded to high draft picks.  He will have to fight tooth and nail to stay relevant...

Browns’ Injury Report: Brandon Weeden, Josh Gordon, Quentin Groves

The Cleveland Browns take on the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.  Who is in?  Who is out?  Find out, in your Cleveland Browns Week 4 injury report.The big name on this week’s injury report is quarterback Brandon Weeden (right thumb).  Weeden is out for the second week in a row.  Also listed as out is linebacker Quentin Groves (ankle) and defensive lineman Billy Winn (quadriceps...

Willis McGahee predicts 'dramatic improvement'

Lost in the euphoria of the Cleveland Browns' rousing Week 3 victory over the Minnesota Vikings? A plodding start by their new running back. Willis McGahee struggled mightily his debut as Trent Richardson's replacement finishing with 9 yards on eight carries in the win. Not surprisingly McGahee sees things turning out differently when the Browns host the Cincinnati Bengals...

Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns: 2013 Week 4 NFL Pick

Cincinnati Bengals (2-1) at Cleveland Browns (1-2) The Browns won last week in Minnesota, but they will find live a lot tougher this week against the Bengals. For one, they probably won’t be as successful if they try trick play again, like they did last week, when their punter threw an 11-yard touchdown and a special teamer had a 34 yard run. Take away that 34 yard run and a 22...
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