The 5-foot-7, 180-pound Andrew Hawkins left the field early in the fourth quarter after taking the shot from Jarvis Jones. YardbarkerBEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Browns wide receiver Travis Benjamin said the hard hit Steelers linebacker Jarvis Jones delivered on Cleveland's Andrew Hawkins was "unacceptable."Hawkins was hospitalized overnight at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center...
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BEREA, Ohio (AP) Browns wide receiver Travis Benjamin said the hard hit Steelers linebacker Jarvis Jones delivered on Cleveland's Andrew Hawkins was ''unacceptable.'' Hawkins was hospitalized overnight at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center after sustaining his second concussion in three weeks. Browns coach Mike Pettine said Hawkins was released Monday and has been placed...
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Andrew Hawkins suffered a concussion during the fourth quarter of the Cleveland Browns’ loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, and his condition is concerning. Hawkins’ brother, former NFL defensive back Artrell Hawkins, posted on Facebook about the wide receiver’s status. Artrell says Andrew “has no memory of what happened and is very confused.” Artrell...Read More
Losing is one thing, but the health risks associated with NFL football are much worse. Andrew Hawkins was unable to finish the Browns game and his brother posted to Facebook about just how bad the symptoms were for the Browns’ diminutive receiver. Artrell Hawkins posted this on Facebook about Andrew's head injury. Hoping for a speedy recovery for @Hawk pic.twitter.com/CSFz0unNDb...
BEREA -- Of all the players who spoke during the Browns final locker room session of the 2014 season, offensive tackle Joe Thomas said the one thing that most fans can relate to -- "I think you'd expect a middle-school football player to show up on time. Why can't we expect NFL players to show up on time?" Adjusting to professional football is hard enough -- for one, it is a job...
CINCINNATI -- Greg Little and Andrew Hawkins have always been on the opposite side of the Battle of Ohio. That won't change Thursday night when the Bengals and Browns meet for the 82nd time now that Little is on the southern side of the Buckeye State and Hawkins is catching passes in Cleveland. How they feel about their former teams, however, is dramatically different. On Tuesday...
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