Found October 02, 2011 on Cleveland Sports 360:
The Cleveland Browns found Brian Robiskie today.  Robiskie caught three passes form Colt McCoy and he has an 8.3 yard average now and his long catch was good for 14 yards. Robiskie seems to one of the Browns forgotten receivers.  Robiskie was a stand out at the Ohio State University and played his high school football in Chagrin Falls, a little community just east of Cleveland where Robiskie set records for his play in the high school field. Brian Robiskie in my opinion can help the Browns become a solid passing team. The problem is it seems as though Colt McCoy the Browns quarterback forgets he has Robiskie. The Browns cannot afford to become a predictable team. Over the past two games McCoy has thrown the ball to Massaquoi most of the time. When the Browns passing game looked its best McCoy used 8 or 9 different receivers. It was good to see McCoy find Robiskie on three separate occasions today. I think of the Browns want to become successful this season they are going to have to ...

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