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Trent Richardson rushed 29 times for 85 yards with a touchdown and added four catches for 27 yards in the Browns’ 20-14 Week 12 win over the Steelers.
Richardson now has 25 or more touches in four straight games and is averaging 30.7 touches during that span. He’s an absolute workhorse monster for a team that can now defend and run the ball well enough to keep themselves in any game. It makes his meager 3.61 yards per carry a non-factor. With the Raiders’ run defense making BenJarvus Green-Ellis look like an All-Pro on Sunday, Richardson will be licking his chops ahead of Week 13. Expect him to tear it up next week against the Raiders week defense.
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The Performance of Browns Rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden in week 12 against the Pittsburgh Steelers didn’t get high marks according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer Ohio’s largest newspaper. Weeden who threw for only 158 yards after his Browns defense didn’t get high marks from the newspaper. The writer goes on to say; In real time, Weeden’s performance seemed uneven and...
Cleveland Browns fans channeled their inner fifth graders today with a classic burn, calling the Steelers “Bed Wetters” on their sideline signage.
This isn’t the first time Browns fans have displayed their rapier like wit from the stands, who can forget the signs that appeared when Terrell Owens played in Cleveland which stated, “TO HAS BO.” A banner so clever, they used...
The Cleveland Browns announced after Sunday's victory over Pittsburgh that team president Mike Holmgren has left the organization. Holmgren is scheduled to meet with the media on Monday to discuss his departure, and he presumably will be asked about his possible interest in the Cowboys and whether he plans to coach again. It had been reported some time ago that this would...
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Browns Pro Bowl tackle Joe Thomas took one look at Brandon Weeden and knew something was wrong with his quarterback.
"He was on the ground just kind of shaking his head," Thomas said.
Weeden sustained a concussion in the closing minutes of Sunday's 20-14 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, an injury that brought Colt McCoy off the bench to close out...
With new ownership in place, the Cleveland Browns had already decided to replace team president Mike Holmgren with Joe Banner. The move was announced mid-season but Holmgren is now finished with the franchise with Sunday being his last game with the Browns. Was this the swan song for Holmgren as he finds his way into the broadcast booth or will he return to the sidelines next season...
Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden, wide receiver Joshua
Cribbs and running back Trent Richardson are among the 11 players expected to
suit up for the team when they take on the Pittsburgh Steelers today.
Haden was limited at practice due to an oblique injury
Wednesday and Thursday, but the cornerback was a full participant Friday and is
expected to play against the Steelers...
Mike Holmgren’s time as the president of the Cleveland Browns has ended. After the Browns win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, Holmgren said his goodbyes in the teams locker room. Reports circulated weeks ago that Holmgren had his eyes set on the head coaching job in Dallas.
During Holmgren’s time with the Browns there was a never ending carousel at the quarterback position. Holmgren...
Almost one year ago, the Pittsburgh Steelers knocked the Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy out of action. Today the Steelers knocked the Browns 29-year-old rookie Brandon Weeden out of action forcing head coach Pat Shurmur to play his back up Colt McCoy. I wonder what went Shurmur’s mind? He certainly wasn’t going to let McCoy throw a pass in the game. He would rather...
I don’t think anyone at WFNY is a proponent of losing in order to have better draft picks in the NFL. After 11 games and only three wins for the Browns it is becoming increasingly difficult not to at least think about the draft and where the Browns could end up picking. That being the case, it is interesting that this week’s matchup with the Raiders could prove to be important...
While ESPN and New York media spent Monday trying to figure out what it means now that Fireman Ed is hanging up his Jets cheer duties, we were on the hunt for the NFL’s next great superfan. As on the football field, a man goes down, somebody steps into his place and becomes a hero.
Enter Cleveland Browns superfan, Pumpkinhead.
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Trent Richardson (CLE at OAK)
Arian Foster (HOU at TEN)
Ray Rice (BAL vs PIT)
Adrian Peterson (MIN at GB)