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The Penalty Flag:
This was Trent Richardson’s chance to show Jim Brown he was wrong. It just didn’t go so well…
For the first time since Brown called Richardson an “ordinary” running back the two met on the field. Richardson described as a “shaking moment”, as both men described the former statement as nothing but a motivational tool.
“A lot of people took the message the wrong way, but it was always a motivational thing,” Richardson said, via Tom Reed of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “Jim Brown, he’s an inspiring person. He’s a person that loves people and loves being around people. He’s the type of guy that’s an icon, always been an icon, always been a fighter, always been a winner. So one of the powerful things he said to me is ‘Keep trying no matter what.… Read more
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Guys like Greg Little who drop the ball yet do a dance while we’re 0-3? I would sit his ass down and tell him, ‘listen my friend, there’s no I in team, but there’s two I’s in “idiot.” Get the job done and stop the B.S.’
– Fomer Cleveland Browns head coach Sam Rutigliano, in an interview on 92.3 The Fan, when asked what he would do with wide receiver Greg Little...
The Cleveland Browns just weren’t good enough today. The defense wasn’t great, but they consistently gave the Browns’ offense a chance to win. The Browns’ offense showed some flashes but either shot themselves in the foot or had some calls work against them. There is no giant goat for this one. This was just a team loss all the way around, from the get go. It was made even...
Brandon Weeden after the Browns’ 24-14 loss to the Buffalo Bills-
“I think, and I’m speaking offensively, we started too slow. I think after a week like we had last week, that’s disappointing. I think that’s the difference in some of these games. I think you just can’t be where we were in the first half, 0-5 or 0-6 on third down and doing some things early and expect...
Travis Benjamin caught two passes for 44 yards with a touchdown in the Browns’ Week 3 loss to the Bills. Benjamin’s first career touchdown was a pretty 22-yard strike where he burned Stephon Gilmore to the left corner of the endzone which had the Browns within three points in the third quarter. However, he continues to play behind Greg Little, Mo Massaquoi and...
Browns safety Usama Young will start against Buffalo in place of Eric Hagg, who was beaten for a touchdown pass last week in Cincinnati.
Young, who started eight games last season, has yet to play a defensive snap this season.
Hagg started Cleveland's first two games. He gave up a 44-yard TD pass in the 34-27 loss to the Bengals.
Browns tight end Alex Smith was also inactive...
B.W Halloween 2011
Brandon Weeden the Browns new 28-year-old rokkie quarterback who will turn 29 on the 14th of October will learn a lesson in Humility come Thursday night. The instructor undoubtedly will be none other than the 17 year veteran Ray Lewis and his Baltimore Ravens defense. Have you ever listened to one of Weeden’s post game press conferences? The guy is all about...
The Cleveland Browns have to face the Baltimore Ravens Thursday Night and Brandon Weeden has yet to face a highly motivated Ray Lewis yet..The title of this article says it all, Weeden should wear some depends under his uniform for the Thursday night game, there is a good chance he is going o mess his pants when he sees the highly motivated 17 year pro coming through his offensive...
A huge game in many ways for the Browns moving forward as they host the Buffalo Bills in Cleveland this afternoon. The Browns will look to keep up their offense rhythm from last week’s loss to the Bengals while also hopefully improving a bit on the defensive side.
From the leadership side of things, many are already saying how bad a loss would be for the combination of Mike...
Cleveland Browns vs Buffalo Bills
September 23, 2012
Last week Brandon and Trent give us some reason to hope. Let's see if they do the same thing at home.
The dreaded 0-3 start is unavoidable with CJ Spiller...
The coordinators discuss the Baltimore Ravens as well as what the Browns can improve upon.
Rookie Trent Richardson and Brandon Weeden talk about the start of the season and what they can do better.
The head coach discusses the Baltimore Ravens and briefly touches the subject of WR Greg Little.