With NFL rosters in need of being trimmed to a maximum of 75 players by Tuesday at 4 p.m., the Cleveland Browns made their first batch of roster cuts on Monday morning.
The Browns made a total of 14 cuts on Monday, including the notable names of Anthony Armstrong and Edwin Baker. Armstrong was brought in after the hiring of Kyle Shanahan as a veteran within the system. Baker took...
BEREA, Ohio -- The Browns announced their first wave of roster moves on Monday. The biggest names were running back Edwin Baker and wide receiver Anthony Armstrong, who had his contract terminated.
Besides Baker and Armstrong, the Browns also released defensive backs Royce Adams, offensive lineman Randall Harris, defensive back T.J. Heath, defensive lineman Cam Henderson, wide receiver...
The Cleveland Browns announced a round of roster cuts on Monday morning. The team cut the roster to 76 players, which leaves them with one more cut to make by 4 p.m. Tuesday.
The players who were waived:
DB Royce Adams
RB Edwin Baker
OL Randall Harris
DB T.J. Heath
DL Cam Henderson
WR Jonathan Krause
OL Ryan Lee
LB Caleb McSurdy
OL Keavon Milton
LB Keith Pough
WR Tim Smith
The Cleveland Browns have made their first rounds of cuts. @RavensInsider: Browns’ cuts: Royce Adams, Edwin Baker, Randall Harris, T.J. Heath, Cam Henderson, Jonathan Krause, Ryan Lee, Caleb McSurdy, Martell Webb, Keavon Milton The team also terminated the contract of wide receiver Anthony Armstrong. Armstrong played previously with the Redskins and the Arena Football league.
As the offseason progresses more and more, the reality begins to set in day-by-day that the Browns must go all of next season, or at least the majority, without star wide receiver Josh Gordon. Therefore, someone (Dear God someone), must step up and at least make his absence less noticeable, because no one player will completely make-up his stats.
But, the $100 million question that...
Johnny Manziel hasn’t been great, Brian Hoyer has been ehhh and Anthony Armstrong has been strangely impressive but the most important news out of the first weekend of camp is not about a single player. It’s about health. The Browns have remained relatively healthy for the first few days (knock on wood) and after seeing what the San Francisco 49ers have gone through we should...
5. Anthony Armstrong (WR)
Armstrong is currently on the outside looking in when it comes to a starting wide receiver spot, mainly because he’s a very unproven receiver. He had one breakout season (871 yards and 3 touchdowns), but hasn’t put up any sort of solid statistics after leaving Washington. When he had his break out season in Washington though, his offensive coordinator...
Day one of mini-camp is in the books. Here is a gathering of news and notes from beat reporters at today’s practice. This is a collection from @FredGreethamOBR, @NateUlrichABJ, @ScottPetrak, @RuiterWrongFAN and @sdoerschukREP.
– WR Anthony Armstrong is 5-foot-10 and weighs 185 pounds. He is a four year veteran spending time with the Dolphins, Redskins, Cowboys and Jaguars, mostly...
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Pro Football Talk, citing a league source, reports that the Browns have signed WR Anthony Armstrong to a contract on Monday.
This marks the third receiver that the Browns have added in the past week as they also signed veterans Miles Austin and Earl Bennett.
Cleveland didn’t draft a single receiver even after the news that Josh Gordon could be suspended for the entire season...