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When Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski place Montario Hardesty on the I.R. yesterday, it spoke volumes about his inexperience as a head coach in the NFL. Hardeesty was the favored coming into the 2013 season to back up Trent Richardson. Even though Hardesty had his knee surgically touched up, he was only expected to miss one or two game in the regular season. The team placed him on the I.R. yesterday and now are faced with using Brandon Jackson and Chris Ogbonnaya as the back up to T-Rich. This may be fine if Richardson stays healthy this season. But so far that hasn’t been the case and with the way the Cleveland Browns offensive line run blocks, it is possible that Richardson gets injured again this season. With Hardesty rushed to the I.R. Chudzinski shelved the one guy in the Browns backfield that had the ability to hit the holes hard. Hardesty out rushed Richardson per carry last season. He was able to burst through the holes the team did make and he usually did it for positive ...
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The Cleveland Browns are likely a much improved team, but will still not gain ground in the standings of the AFC North. That’s the prediction by Jamison Hensley of ESPN.
The Cleveland Browns will end up being the most improved team in the AFC North and will still finish in last place. That’s how tough this division has become. The goal would be to reach .500, but there’s still...
The Browns placed running back Montario Hardesty (knee) on injured reserve for the season for the second time in four years and waived fullback Owen Marecic today in the first roster trim to 75 players.
The Browns were also awarded outside linebacker Paul Hazel from Jacksonville and punter Colton Schmidt from San Francisco.
In addition they waived linebacker Kendrick Adams offensive...
First round draft pick Barkevious Mingo had been limited in his activity since suffering a bruised lung in the second preseason game against the Lions.
At first, it appeared that Mingo wouldn’t miss much time at all, but as days and practices went by without Mingo being cleared to do any activity, speculation grew that the former LSU Tiger might miss more time as Terry Pluto wrote...
Browns wide receivers Greg Little and Josh Gordon have pleaded not guilty to traffic violations and speeding tickets.
Little and Gordon appeared in Cleveland Municipal Court with their lawyer on Tuesday. Little, who has previously admitted driving 127 mph in a 55 mph zone, has three outstanding citations. Last week, he promised to slow down and abide by traffic laws.
If you need a running back in deep fantasy football leagues, one to keep an eye could be Brandon Jackson. Today Rob Chudzinski the head coach of the Browns made it official, naming Brandon Jackson the number two back. “Brandon is a reliable guy,” said coach Rob Chudzinski. “I have no issues with Brandon. Trent […]
After the self-described slap in the face Brandon Weeden and the Browns offense took at the hands of the Indianapolis Colts, Weeden described himself as a creature of habit. He is dying for the chance to play against the Chicago Bears 2nd and 3rd string defenders come Thursday night. Weeden must feel like tearing it up against the back ups will give him the boost he needs to start...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Browns rookie linebacker Barkevious Mingo likely won’t be ready for next week’s opener after suffering a bruised lung a couple of weeks ago.
Browns LB Barkevious Mingo unlikely to play opener vs. Miami due to bruised lung. He's probable for week 2 vs. Balt.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 29, 2013
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Cleveland Browns running back, Dion Lewis, was looking for a
fresh start. Coming from the Eagles,
Lewis knew he could make an impact and help the Browns’ running attack. Sadly for Lewis and sadly for the residents
of Browns Territory, this will not be the case.
Alper of NBCSports reports that the Browns have placed RB, Dion Lewis, on
injured reserve, a move the Browns...
The Browns made yet another move on Wednesday, adding linebacker Eric Martin to the mix. To make room on the 75 man roster, the team waived defensive back Trevin Wade.
Martin, a 6-2, 250-pound linebacker in his rookie season out of Nebraska, originally signed with the Saints as an undrafted free agent on April 28. He appeared in all three of the Saints’ preseason contests and recorded...
Browns tight end Jordan Cameron is dealing with a groin injury and didn't practice on Tuesday.Fantasy Spin:The team doesn't think its anything serious. If Weeden can progress in his second year as a starter, Cameron could end up with decent fantasy value.