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Peyton Hillis is out of Sunday's game in Houston, and the way things are going for the Browns running back, it may not be long before he's out of Cleveland for good.
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Peyton Hillis was one of the stars of the NFL last season, but it looks like the Browns are prepared to let him become a free agent after the year.
Not surprisingly, Cleveland Browns running back Peyton Hillis has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Houston Texans. He aggravated his hamstring injury once again in practice this week, and it was a foregone conclusion … [visit site to read more]Browns RB Peyton Hillis Out for Sunday’s Game Against Houston - Dawg Pound Daily - Dawg Pound Daily - A Cleveland Browns...
When I was a child, I heard stories about Bigfoot, Dracula and aliens, and other myths and curses. It's hard to be scared by a scary story, though, when you know it isn't real. However, there is one curse in life that is VERY REAL: the Madden Curse.
There is simply no escaping the Madden curse. As you'll see in the list below, every player to have graced its cover...
Browns running back Peyton Hillis has re-injured his left hamstring, the latest twist in his drama-filled season.
Hillis, who has missed Cleveland's past two games with the injury, pulled up following a running play in practice on Friday. He fired the ball to the ground and then flung his helmet in frustration before being escorted back to the team's facility by a trainer...
Browns running back Peyton Hillis has been ruled out for the Texans game with his pulled hamstring. He re-injured it Friday in practice and is expected to miss at least a couple of weeks.
Peyton Hillis said many of the right things Thursday when he spoke to the media.
He gave his best humble speech, talked of learning, talked of not wanting to let anyone down, talked of not being able to describe things that happen behind the scenes.
Perhaps the most important thing he said, though, was that he was able to make it through Thursdays practice and he was pointing toward...
BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Browns starting running back Peyton Hillis is practicing and taking part in team drills, increasing his chances of playing this week after sitting out the past two games with a hamstring injury.
Hillis hasn't played since straining his left hamstring against Oakland on Oct. 16. He ran at full speed at cut without any difficulty during the portion of Thursday...
BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Browns running back Peyton Hillis has re-injured his left hamstring, the latest twist in his drama-filled season.
Unless things dramatically change for embattled running back Peyton Hillis, the Cleveland Browns are prepared to let him walk after this season, according to reports.
Berea, Ohio —Browns running back Peyton Hillis has re-injured left hamstring in practice, making his return after missing two games unlikely.
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Browns running back Peyton Hillis is officially out for Sunday's game in Houston after re-injuring his hamstring in practice.
The Houston Texans will be facing the Cleveland Browns this Sunday is an AFC Conference showdown. Sitting at 5-3 the Texans can put themselves a step closer to their goal for the 2011 season, a playoff appearance. More importantly the Texans will be facing the Browns without their star running back Peyton Hillis who seems [...]
Peyton Hillis is out for the Browns against the Texans. The Jets' Plaxico Burress is questionable against the Bills. Who benefits? Check Will Carroll's fantasy upgrades and downgrades.
The following fantasy football e-mail chain between Ryan Fowler and Joel Beall took place on November 2, 3 and 4, 2011. The topics featured were not discussed in advance.
From: Joel Beall
Sent: Thursday, November 02, 2011 6:05 PM
To: 'Ryan Fowler'
Subject: The Pedestal Part 2
On the pedestal: Tim Tebow
An astonishing amount of owners exiled Tim Tebow from their rosters...
For the last two NFL seasons, the Houston Texans were a trendy pick to reach the playoffs, with the demise of the Indianapolis Colts this season and playing in a weakened division, the Texans are now the favorite to not only reach the playoffs, but capture their first ever division title. The Cleveland Browns are in their usual struggle to find respectability with a...