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“The early elements of a rivalry are there: the geography, the market-based struggles of underdogs and the head-t0-head record 3 . The only ingredient missing from this rivalry stew the history, and the Office of the Commissioner seems to have a plan in place that will add to the Indians-Pirates record books in due time. While the teams themselves have been completely left in the dark, this much we know: at any point in the 2013 season (and beyond), there will be an American League team in the midst of a series with a counterpart from the National League. The Indians and Pirates already play host to one another in the current inter league format so it would not be far-fetched to assume a higher frequency of Cleveland and Pittsburgh being located on the same scoreboard.” [Scott...
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Jim Brown has been critical of Trent Richardson's abilities since he was drafted, and the Browns running back has responded.
As Mike Holmgren came out front to talk about the Browns last week, he was asked frequently about the Browns and how they feel about their wide receivers. Out of one side of his mouth, Holmgren proclaimed his love for Mohamed Massaquoi and stated his expectations of the receiver are high. Out of the other side of his mouth, he indicated (without using any specific names) that the...
Disney encourages folks to wish upon a star.
That makes magic happen and dreams come true.
They play that kind of hokey music stuff all day long at Disney parks.
The Cleveland Browns arent wishing upon many stars with their 2012 team. In fact, a lot of their hopes are built on hope.
A few are obvious.
The new running back, the new quarterback hopes are high for them. As it should...
Vegas isn’t very impressed with the Browns, and now ESPN’s John Clayton is echoing the sentiments. Clayton doesn’t doubt that Weeden, Richardson and Mitch Schwartz will come in and start. He also recognizes the addition of Brad Childress to the coaching staff. In the end, it isn’t enough for the Browns to make what Mike Holmgren refers to as a “big jump” in the record...
As the opening of NFL training camps draw closer, it’s looking inevitable that the Cleveland Browns will be moving QB Colt McCoy either through a trade or even an outright release. Two reports surfaced Friday that the Cleveland Browns are only seeking minimal compensation in return for Colt McCoy, perhaps a sixth-round draft pick. The jury remains out as to whether or not McCoy...
Jim Brown has never been shy about giving his opinion, and he most certainly hasn't been shy about voicing his reservations with the Browns' 2012 first round pick, Trent Richardson.
Richardson isn't one to back down either, telling ESPN's Jamison Hensley, "He has his own thoughts. That’s him being him,” Richardson said. “I have no problem with it. I just...
Admittedly, most running backs pale in comparison to the legendary Jim Brown, a fact that is assumedly not lost on the man himself. But he has seemingly gone out of his way to criticize Trent Richardson, the Browns' fourth overall pick this year, all throughout the offseason. Richardson, however, has decided to take the high road and just laugh the criticisms off, according to...
Hey, at least Cleveland Browns QB Colt McCoy isn’t enjoying life while his job with the team hangs in limbo. Here he is on stage, singing, with Brad Paisley. For the sake of your ears, and your fellow employees, turned down the volume. Even though Colt is having wait patiently like a girl who gave [...]
A month ago, I was scorched by a burning river of Browns fans for saying that Greg Little disappointed and Colt McCoy had no weapons. The insults and expletives grunted into cyberspace by these Dawg-crazed nuts barked that the blame for the team’s meager passing game rested squarely and solely on Colt McCoy. He (called “hot dumpster water” by one fan) was the team’s only...
For one day, Browns rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden returned to his baseball roots.
Weeden, a former minor league pitcher in the New York Yankees' organization, threw out the ceremonial first pitch Wednesday night before the Indians faced the Cincinnati Reds in the finale of a three-game series. Sitting in Cleveland's dugout before the game, Weeden said he hadn't thrown...
NEW YORK (AP) -- The NFL insists it has evidence galore in the New Orleans Saints bounty program, and even made some of it public on Monday. The players and lawyers involved weren't impressed.
On a strange day that included a morning adjournment of the hearings with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, followed by one of the suspended players, Jonathan Vilma, opting not to return...
Andrew Stewart earned a rare victory against the NFL pension plan this week as a federal judge ruled officials "abused their discretion" in denying the Cleveland Browns defensive lineman disability benefits.
US District Court Judge William Quarles Jr. ordered Bert Bell/Pete Rozelle NFL Player Retirement Plan -- a benefit run jointly by the NFL and NFL Players Association...