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Up, left, right, side to side…. The direction of this franchise has been like line dancing. The Cleveland Shuffle to be exact. This “Cleveland Browns” Team has had one of the worst streaks as far as luck… if you believe in luck. I put the quotations around Cleveland Browns previously because this is not the same organization from the early years… 1946 to be exact. The 1946...
Mark Sanchez will always be news in Cleveland because the Browns traded out of that pick in the 2009 NFL draft. The Browns received the 17th and 57th picks in exchange for the 5th pick in the draft. In addition to the picks, the Browns also received quarterback Bret Ratliff, defensive lineman Kenyon Coleman and safety Abe Elam. Now, the player that the Browns traded away from...
In his most recent press conference, when asked about the fourth overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, Cleveland Browns general manager Tom Heckert said, “It’s gonna be tough to screw that one up, I think.”
Browns fans are certainly hoping that will be the case, as the team is in desperate need of another solid crop of draft picks. With the No. 4 and No. 22 picks in the first...
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Two remarkable trends in NFL parity remained intact in 2011 and underscore why Browns fans aren't buying the slow crawl of progress in Berea, Bud Shaw writes in his Spin column.
Family source tells ESPN that an announcement by the Heisman Trophy winner is "imminent." He might still be available when the Browns make their first pick.
We all know that the Browns and their 4-12 record missed the playoffs, but it had me thinking. Are there even any influential players left in the playoffs that are former Browns? Obviously guys playing special teams for San Francisco are important like Blake Costanzo are important, but I’m excluding guys like that. I mean like real, bona fide starters and difference-makers...
Most fans heard that Thursday was the 25th anniversary of The Drive. If you are a Browns fan, you know about The Drive. And yes, the Browns lost that game. JOSHUA GUNTER/PLAIN DEALEARCleveland fans are as passionate as any...
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Post Time: 01-10-2012 at 07:03 PM
Sporting News writer Russ Lande projects the first round and says RG3 would be a good fit with the Browns. Story includes video interview with Lande.
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Logan, now the radio voice of the Broncos, says they have a "puncher's chance" at New England.