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Cleveland Browns WR Josh Gordon didn't get off to a good start by getting suspended the first two games of the season for violating the NFL's drug policy. He drew the ire of Cleveland fans by hanging out too much with public enemy No. 1 in LeBron James in the offseason. It was publicly said that Gordon was on a short leash' and had one last opportunity with the team. When RB Trent Richardson was traded to the Colts, it was assumed Gordon was next as CEO Joe Banner had said he wasn't sure Gordon was worth the second round pick the team used on him. With all that swirling around his head, Gordon returned Sunday, and like a stock that had dropped off the charts on the market, his value suddenly shot sky high with a 10 catch, 146 yard and a touchdown performance against the Vikings.
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Today on ESPN insider, Adam Schefter is reporting the Cleveland Browns have “fielded calls” on Greg Little. As previously reported, Little “can be had for the right price.” I would love to know what that price is? What do you think fans? He has not been the best receiver in the NFL, he has dropped quite […]
Last Wednesday, the Cleveland Browns traded running back Trent Richardson, arguably their most talented offensive weapon, to the Indianapolis Colts for a first round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. Now, seven days and one win over the Minnesota Vikings later, fans in Cleveland and around the league are still talking about Browns offensive playmakers on the trading block.
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The final numbers tell one part of the story, but fantasy football is a game of volume. When predicting performance touches and targets on a weekly basis play as big a role as the name on the back of the jersey. With that in mind let’s take a look back at workloads from this past weekend and start thinking forward to who may find themselves in a more favorable situation in Week...
Now that the Cleveland Browns have enjoyed the warm glow of their first victory, it’s time for them to improve their running game.
Brian Hoyer wasn’t perfect at quarterback, but since he threw three touchdowns in the 31-27 victory at Minnesota, the Browns can examine the fact that their running backs didn’t combine for 50 yards.
Nobody can blame Willis McGahee for gaining nine...
An Ohio man accused of streaking across the field during a Cleveland Browns game will no longer be able to set foot at the team's stadium because its administration has banned him from the property.
Twenty-year-old Anthony Saveriano was notified Wednesday of the team's decision during his sentencing hearing in Cleveland Municipal Court.
Judge Lauren Moore found Saveriano...
Coach Rob Chudzinski said Wednesday at his weekly press conference that Brian Hoyer will get the start for the Browns at quarterback against the Cincinnati Bengals. Brandon Weeden has not started throwing yet with his injured thumb, but Chudzinski said he is making progress. The team expects Weeden will begin throwing this week.
Brian Hoyer started last Sunday’s game against the...
Browns running back Willis McGahee says "there will be dramatic improvement" in his second game with the team. "I'm going to have more than eight yards," McGahee said. SOURCE: Mary Kay Cabot, Cleveland Plain Dealer.Fantasy Spin:McGahee played just 14 snaps against the Vikings after being signed late last week following Trent Richardson's trade to the Colts...
For whatever reason, Cleveland Browns legend Jim Brown was never a fan of Trent Richardson. Brown disagreed with the team’s decision to use the No. 3 overall pick on Richardson in last year’s draft, saying that he felt the former Alabama star is “ordinary” and was simply the best back in a class that was […]
For the Browns to pull off a victory last week, they needed those strong performances from guys like Jordan Cameron, Josh Gordon, Brian Hoyer and a host of players on defense.
The Cleveland Browns can climb back to .500 with a win against their intrastate rival, the Cincinnati Bengals.
Two weeks ago, the Browns wouldn’t have stood a chance against the Bengals, but adding a passing game, even if it is erratic, can change the odds of any outcome.
Brian Hoyer wasn’t spectacular in the Browns’ win last weekend, but he did something that Brandon Weeden...