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BEST OF MAXIM
Given the situation we are currently in where Peyton Hillis isn’t healthy and can’t get on the field, I have figured out the best way to handle it for everyone. LeCharles Bentley “reported” that Peyton Hillis wanted $10 million in guaranteed money in his contract. Tony Zarella has stated the Browns were willing to guarantee $3 million on a three year deal that would have...
Peyton Hillis isn’t a victim to any “Madden Curse,” he isn’t a victim to anything other than his own self. When Browns fans came out in bunches to vote Hillis onto the cover of the most recent Madden game, they weren’t concerned with installing a hex upon their own player. Ironically though, they should have been concerned about installing their franchise running back...
A 'FACTORY OF SADNESS'
“Do you have any idea how low our expectations are”
There is no doubt that you, as a Cleveland Browns fan, are frustrated after the team’s 30-12 loss in Houston on Sunday. It certainly comes with good reason. Eight games into the season, the Browns have already descended into a discombobulated … [visit site to read more]Are You as Frustrated as This Cleveland Browns Fan? - Dawg Pound Daily - Dawg Pound Daily - A Cleveland Browns...
This video was good enough that we’re giving it a slot today. Watch. Laugh. Cry. React. Enjoy.
Ryan Pontbriand is the perfect comedic choice for a custom Cleveland Browns jersey.
The Browns lost three key starters Sunday, T.J. Ward, Mohamed Massaquoi and Tony Pashos. Ward will undergo an MRI on Monday.
It doesn't seem Hills has many supporters within the Browns organization, but coach Pat Shurmur said, that despite all of the drama, Hillis will be "embraced back" by the team once he returns from his hamstring injury.
"We have heard 'give us a couple of years' before, but just because it has never worked out doesn't mean it's not true. Previous regimes squandered their couple of years, but each new regime is going to need some time to see what they can do. That's just reality. If there is any good news it's that our drafting has been improving." - wuga
Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy shows his frustration after being sacked against the Houston Texans in the first half at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas on November 6, 2011. The Texans defeated the Browns 30-12. UPI/Aaron M. Sprecher
Colt McCoy and the Browns were dominated again this week, as things seem to be getting worse. I guess we can expect another week of emotional...
With injuries mounting, the Browns will meet a familiar face, that is to head coach Pat Shurmur, the St. Louis Rams.