Found January 03, 2012 on
Waiting For Next Year:
Seneca Wallace hears the conversations surrounding the starting quarterback for the 2012 Cleveland Browns and wishes to add his name into the hat.
Under contract for two more seasons and entering his 10th as a professional, Wallace, in his postgame press conference, stated that he feels he deserves at least the chance to compete for the starting spot next season.
While the career-long back-up quarterback went winless in his three starts with the Browns, provided to him merely due to the now-infamous Colt McCoy concussion, Wallace was certainly quick to point out the fact that the Browns were at least in the discussion come late in the fourth quarter – “For us to come out here and go toe-to-toe with a team that could end up in the Super Bowl [is good].”
Wallace was also quick to use the ongoing bout of ineptness to his advantage. You know, the one which the franchise has traded in since its return in 1999? Bringing in a rookie quarterback – given Robert Griffin III being all the rage...
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As the Cleveland Browns packed up after another losing season, veteran cornerback Sheldon Brown preached patience.
With one of the NFL's youngest teams, the Browns (4-12) endured growing pains in their first season under coach Pat Shurmur, who was brought in to build a foundation. Brown believes Shurmur is the right choice to resurrect the Browns and said the biggest mistake...
Cleveland Browns Head Coach Pat Shurmur talked with the media in Berea after they failed to make the playoff with a 4 - 12 record in 2011. Among the things discussed were the quarterback and running back positions and hiring an offensive coordinator.
I know that is one heck of a headline, right? Thanks to Adam Schefter talking to Mike and Mike this morning on ESPN radio Browns fans can dream about Peyton Manning taking over the Browns offense next year. So, what, exactly could this all be about?
The Colts have fired the Polian family from their front office. The team hasn’t made a decision regarding their head coach Jim...
The Cleveland Browns closed ended their season on Sunday in the same fashion as many other games this season: the defense kept them<img class="size-medium wp-image-6515 ... [visit site to read more]
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Pat Shurmur will meet with the media today at 2 p.m. Get live updates from Tony Grossi and Mary Kay Cabot.
Who will start at quarterback for the Browns next season? How else might this team address the offense? Plain Dealer Browns beat writer Tony Grossi answered those questions and more in his weekly podcast.
Though Phil Dawson's journey began as an undrafted free agent on the shores of the Erie rather than as an abandoned child on the banks of the Nile, he still feels a certain kinship with Moses.
The kicker is the only member of the Cleveland Browns who has been with the team since its reincarnation in 1999. He's a free agent this season and the team wants him back, but Dawson...
Forum: (NFL) Cleveland Browns
Posted By: The Optomist
Post Time: 01-03-2012 at 05:59 PM
Below is the defensive participation chart for the Pittsburgh Steelers week 17 Sunday game versus the Cleveland Browns at Cleveland Browns Stadium.
The Steelers were in their base defense for 25 of the 58 non-penalty plays Sunday against the Browns. 33 plays in the nickel sub-package with Bryant McFadden replacing Keenan Lewis later in the game after Lewis suffered a hamstring injury...
Season 2, Episode 64 of The Terrible Podcast is up and with David Todd busy tearing up the blackjack tables in Las Vegas, I have Nick Richetta back in the co-host chair this week as we recap the Steelers 13-9 win over the Cleveland Browns to close out the 2011 regular season.
Before we get into talking about the game, Nick and I talk about the injuries suffered by Rashard Mendenhall...