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Seattle's Red Bryant fined for headbutt
div<div class="entry-summary>(AP) — Seattle defensive end Red Bryant lost his cool.
Bryant said Wednesday that he was fined for headbutting Cleveland tight end Alex Smith in the final minute of last Sunday's 6-3 loss to the Browns.</div></div>
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Browns strong safety TJ Ward has been making his presence felt as of late, but could have his gloved hands very full this Sunday when the team travels to San Francisco to take on the 49ers. Tasked with the dual-hat duty of run support while occasionally dropping back in pass coverage, Ward will have the opportunity to not only help contain running back Frank Gore but also two of...
The Cleveland Browns have mastered the art of methodically driving down the field and eating up the time of possession. Normally, the hoarding of the games “time of possession” is a good thing–it is widely known that the team that wins the time of possession battle usually wins the game. Unfortunately, the Cleveland Browns don’t deal in normalities, and that’s why the...
Did the Cleveland Browns make the grade last Sunday against Seattle?
BEREA, Ohio Defensive coordinator Dick Jauron is getting credit for having the Browns ranked currently as the fourth best defense in the NFL. He says the credit needs to go to the players.
"They're really a good group of guys and they're serious about getting better," Jauron said. "They have toughness about them and they just have to continue to get better...
"Looking forward to Hillis and Hardesty out there. I wonder if Ogbonnaya will get some playing time on passing downs. He's quick catching balls out of the backfield." - BFanJcar
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Cleveland Browns wide receiver and return specialist Josh Cribbs held a conference call with the Bay Area media on Wednesday. Cribbs said that he learned a lot from San Francisco 49ers special teams coordinator Brad...
Browns running back Peyton Hillis is not
practicing one day after returning from a strained left hamstring.
After a drama-filled start to this season, running back Peyton Hillis, whose contract situation, strep throat sickness that caused him to miss one game and a hamstring injury that sidelined him last week have blanketed the Browns for weeks.