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While We’re Waiting is the daily morning link roundup that WFNY has been serving up for breakfast for the last several years. We hope you enjoy the following recent collection of yummy and nutritious Cleveland sports-related articles. Anything else to add? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Brandon Weeden, QB, Cleveland Browns. After suffering through a bumpy rookie season in which he threw more interceptions (17) than touchdown passes (14), Weeden is working with two very good new coaches in head man Rob Chudzinski and offensive coordinator Norv Turner — and the difference is like night and day. Retooling a quarterback is Turner’s cup of tea, and it looks like he’s done a great job with Weeden’s footwork. The Browns are saddled with average receivers, but Weeden has worked well with his tight ends and running backs, showing great arm strength and ball-handling skills.” [Brandt/NFL.com]
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As expected, Brandon Weeden has won the starting job for the Cleveland Browns. But not only is the second-year quarterback being viewed as the No. 1 signal caller on the depth chart. Some are thinking he could be in store for a breakout sophomore season. The reason for that? Weeden has been killing it this preseason. He has completed 72 percent of his 25 passes for 9.2 yards...
The preseason continues tonight for the Cleveland Browns. Can they build on last week’s performance? These are the things I’ll be watching for…
It seems like the Browns haven’t played in a long time doesn’t it? The Lions game was only last Thursday, but so much has happened to the team since they took the field for that one. There has been a plethora of injury reports...
The lawyers were in court yesterday to try to block Browns owner Jimmy Haslam III from giving sworn testimony in the Pilot Flying J rebate fraud case. Why would Haslam’s lawyers be afraid to have their client give sworn testimony. Haslam continues to say he didn’t know anything about the fraud inside his company that has seen several employees plead guilty to charges. If Haslam...
FACT: On December 11, 2012, a Tuesday, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Greg Little was cited at the corner of Carnegie and Ontario, where he allegedly blew through a red light en route to the local Interstate. He was cited for failure to obey a traffic controlling device as well as a failure to properly display an updated sticker on the back of his North Carolina license plates. Both...
The Browns released the list of players who will miss tonight’s third preseason game of the year against the Colts in Indianapolis. They include kicker Brandon Bogotay, wide receiver Davone Bess, cornerback Chris Owens, linebacker Jabaal Sheard, defensive end Desmond Bryant, and cornerback Trevin Wade.
#Browns scratches for tonight's game vs. Indy: Bogotay (groin), Norwood...
Two Cleveland Browns receiver are in hot water today after reports of them being pulled over for driving very, very fast in two separate incidents. Josh Gordon was recently cited for going 98 in a 60 MPH zone, and he’s considered the slow driver of the two.
The Browns say they are aware of driving violations committed by wide receivers Greg Little and Josh Gordon.
Little was recently ticketed for two speeding citations, one for which he admitted to driving 127 mph and losing control of his vehicle. The Cuyahoga County Sheriff's Department confirmed to WOIO-TV that Little was fined $350 for the single-car accident in April. Little...
The 2013 NFL regular season is right around the corner. With that being said, it's time to launch our team previews. FOXSports.com contributor Taylor Jones will answer important questions for every franchise.
2012 Record: 5-11. Missed the playoffs.
Which player is poised for a breakout season?
Jordan Cameron is not only my pick for breakout player of the...
Speed has been a problem for the Browns’ wide receiving corps this season, but not in the way you might think.
Josh Gordon and Greg Little, who combined for 103 catches last season, have both had trouble obeying the speed limit this offseason.
Gordon was pulled over after driving 93 mph in a 60 mph zone last week, WOIO-TV in Cleveland reports, and has also failed to show up in...
Welcome to “Keepin’ It Real (and sometimes funny),” our new weekly column highlighting relevant events in Cleveland sports, and how we might feel about them; the brainchild of the man behind Twitter’s @NotSCCleveland. We will take a dive in to the good, the bad and the downright head-scratching moments that have been the last week in Cleveland sports. Do enjoy, and please...
Browns wide receiver Greg Little said he has learned his past reckless driving actions were wrong and that he is ready to abide by the driving laws.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Andrew Luck and Brandon Weeden have come a long way in a year.
The two bright-eyed rookies who took turns staring at Hall of Fame busts during last summer's rookie symposium are now established starters and franchise cornerstones.
So when they meet again Saturday night, Luck and Weeden will be following a different preseason script -- playing at least one...
Its Friday. A big weekend of sports is upon us with two of our teams. We have the Indians welcoming in the Minnesota Twins and the Browns travel to Indianapolis for the “dress rehearsal” preseason game Saturday night against the Colts.
It was an interesting week for our teams. The Tribe swept the Angels and thanks to losses by the teams in front of them, now sit just two and...