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The Penn State scandal hits close to home for Browns receiver Jordan Norwood, who volunteered for Jerry Sandusky's Second Mile.
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Welcome to the latest edition of “Xs and Os with the Bros” by Xs and Os editor @rodofdisaster. This feature represents a basic attempt to dive deeper into the game of football, learn something about the X’s and O’s, and try to appreciate the games within the game by taking a close look at a single play. It’s called “Xs and Os with the Bros” because you don’t have...
Peyton Hillis isn’t a victim to any “Madden Curse,” he isn’t a victim to anything other than his own self. When Browns fans came out in bunches to vote Hillis onto the cover of the most recent Madden game, they weren’t concerned with installing a hex upon their own player. Ironically though, they should have been concerned about installing their franchise running back...
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It looks like Peyton Hillis has finally figured out how to get healthy!
According to the RB in this commercial, a product called Rockin Refuel can cure anything: poor nutrition, strep throat, pulled hamstring, bruised ego, and most importantly the Madden curse. This really sounds like an amazing product that should really help Peyton and the Cleveland Browns get back on track...
Shurmur insists his quarterback Colt McCoy is getting better for the Cleveland Browns. Better at what Pat? Better at taking a hit, better at not completing first downs, better at not getting the Cleveland Browns into the end zone? If those are the things you are talking about then yes McCoy is getting better. When asked if he (Shurmur) thought of putting Seneca Wallace into the game...
Coach Rodney Brown says "something beautiful" is happening at Shaw, and it's not just because the team is in the second round of the Division II football playoffs. "You need to see what is happening at our school. You need to get to know these kids."
Forum: (NFL) Cleveland Browns
Posted By: DDJ7777
Post Time: 11-10-2011 at 04:08 PM
Browns receiver and return man Josh Cribbs appears to have given too much away when talking to reporters about Sunday’s game against the Rams. The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that Cribbs offered some hints that the Browns’ game plan will call for him to line up in the backfield, either as a running back or…
"We have heard 'give us a couple of years' before, but just because it has never worked out doesn't mean it's not true. Previous regimes squandered their couple of years, but each new regime is going to need some time to see what they can do. That's just reality. If there is any good news it's that our drafting has been improving." - wuga
With injuries mounting, the Browns will meet a familiar face, that is to head coach Pat Shurmur, the St. Louis Rams.