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It feels as if it's been months since the Browns played a game.
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No matter the coast or the opponent, Peyton Hillis can't seem to outrun the drama.
Cleveland's running back, who since the season started has been involved in controversies surrounding contract negotiations with the Browns and his decision to sit out a game with strep throat, is again at the center of a mini-mystery surrounding an injury he sustained in Sunday's game...
Browns Peyton Hillis is not on the trading block, according to coach Pat Shurmur.
Cleveland Browns Football and Cheerleaders tonight on the Cleveland Sports 360 show. We will be taking your calls starting at 6pm this evening the number to call is 216-672-4300. We will be talking about thing like Peyton Hillis, Pat Shurmur and the Cleveland Browns. The main topic is The Cleveland Browns Need Cheerleaders we will have special guest in the studio Corinne Charski...
Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur said running back Peyton Hillis is not on the trading block.
Hillis tweaked his hamstring during Sunday's 24-17 loss to the Oakland Raiders. Hillis rushed six times for 14 yards, but was able to briefly return to the contest.
Shurmur said he was unsure how long the injury would sideline Hillis, who has had a season dotted with controversy...
Should Josh Cribbs play more special teams and less wide receiver?
The Cleveland Browns have had a rough couple of weeks. Running back Peyton Hillis did himself no favors by continuing to address his contract situation and the game he missed against the Miami Dolphins. Up-and-coming star cornerback Joe Haden sprained his left knee against the Tennessee Titans and is out for today’s game against the Oakland Raiders. Everyone – the fans and...
Cleveland Browns running back Peyton Hillis will undergo an MRI Monday on his pulled hamstring according to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Hillis left the game against the Raiders today with a pulled hamstring. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails
Cleveland Browns center Alex Mack is active for Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders, keeping his consecutive games played streak alive.
Put a guy on a cross-country flight, and he develops a lot of thoughts about the Browns and Tribe.
Why did the Browns seem so unprepared yesterday? What did Tony think of Josh Cribbs' comments? Plain Dealer Browns beat writer Tony Grossi answered those questions and more in his weekly podcast.