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For the Browns:
Did not participate: DB Dmitri Patterson (ankle), DL Athyba Rubin (calf) and DL Brian Sanford (knee)
Limited participation: LB D’Qwell Jackson (foot/toe), DL Juqua Parker (undisclosed), RB Trent Richardson (chest/rib), DB Ray Ventrone (hand/calf) and DB T.J. Ward (hand/shoulder)
Full participation: DB Johnson Bademosi (hip), DB Tashaun Gipson (knee), DL John Hughes (arm), LB James-Michael Johnson (knee/groin), OL Shawn Lauvao (groin), WR Mohamed Massaquoi (hamstring), RB Chris Ogbannaya (chest/ribs), DL Frostee Rucker (shoulder/toe), Jarrod Shaw (illness), QB Brandon Weeden (groin/thigh) and LS Christian Yount (shoulder)
For the Ravens:
Did not participate: DE Pernell McPhee (thigh) and DT Haloti Ngata (shoulder)
Limited participation: WR Jacoby Jones (foot) and CB Jimmy Smith (abs)
Full participation: CB Chykie Brown (ankle), TE Ed Dickson (hand), LB Dannell Ellerbe (hand), S James Ihedigbo (hand), DT Ma’ake Kemoeatu (knee), OT Bryant McKinnie (thigh), OT Michael O...
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Browns head coach Pat Shurmur spoke to the media today and answered a question regarding his team’s confidence level-
“I think you build confidence when you win football games. The last few weeks we won a couple. When you’re trying to build something, you can look at the season in quarters and halves and we’ve got a half a season left to play. We’ve got some division games...
The Ravens need to get things together if they want to win their division. Joe Flacco played well early but he's not been consistent enough for me. I don't buy him as a Super Bowl QB.
Denver at Cincinnati - The Boncos and Peyton Manning have things rolling now on both sides of the ball. Don't forget that the Broncos played great defense and special teams...
Like we did last year before it became fashionable, we’ll take a seat each week in our very own WFNY Browns film room and break down a little tape from the game, with a specific focus. Do enjoy.
“We did a study on it and we’ll keep our results to ourselves. On third and one you need to be able to execute at a very high percentage for one yard. We’ve had a combination of...
Browns defensive tackle Phil Taylor has been activated from the physically-unable-to-perform list and will play Sunday against Baltimore.
Taylor missed Cleveland's first eight games after undergoing surgery on a torn chest muscle he hurt lifting weights in May. The 335-pounder practiced all week and coach Pat Shurmur said Friday that Taylor's ''ready to go'&...
Baltimore Ravens (5-2) at Cleveland Browns (2-6)
Road favorites are 42-15 ATS off a bye. That makes sense. Road favorites tend to be very good teams and very good teams tend to be extra focused with a week off. The Browns kind of got screwed over by the schedulers because they have two straight games at home as dogs against a team coming off a bye. Last week, they hosted the Chargers...
Cash flow is extremely important in business, but it can’t be the only important thing. Cash flow is a result and it is generally an indicator of the health of a variety of other factors that encapsulate a whole business. The Cleveland Browns have never had an issue with cash flow as far as I or anyone else can tell. Browns fans have been flocking to a garbage team like probably...
Showcasing personal style on the gridiron is not an option for NFL players. Even a slight alteration to their team uniform, such as a cleat color change, can result in a football fashion-related fine. Off-the-field, players have free reign when it comes to their sartorial decisions. In the NFL, the competition extends off-the-field as guys vie for best-dressed honors. Cleveland...
The Cleveland Browns activated defensive tackle Phil Taylor from the physically unable to perform list on Friday, making him eligible to play against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
After a stellar rookie campaign, Taylor returns to the Browns' defensive line. The 24-year-old required surgery to repair a torn left pectoral muscle, which he suffered while lifting weights during...
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Nov 1, 2012 8:20 PM
Last week: 29 (+1)
The Browns remain better than their record. At 2-6, they rank 25th in the league in yards per play differential and 28th in rate of sustaining drives differential. They’ve only lost one game by more than a touchdown and that was against the Giants in New York in a game that was a lot closer than the final score suggested. The Browns were leading 14...
The Baltimore Ravens have shown under John Harbaugh they never stay down for very long.
They've also shown a knack for beating the Cleveland Browns.
Coming off their bye week following the franchise's worst loss in five years, the Ravens try to sweep the season series from their AFC North rival for the fifth straight year Sunday when they visit a Browns team seeking its...
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