You can’t make these things up.
Apparently the Browns are going to be handing out inflatable white flags with the Browns helmet on them for Sunday’s game. Seriously. White flags. Did someone not think this through?
Here is a picture of Chomps with the giveaway. The caption was added by @FakePatShurmur on twitter-
Some jokes write themselves.
[Related: Carlton Mitchell signs with Jaguars]
The Jacksonville Jaguars today signed WR Carlton Mitchell.
Mitchell you will remember was drafted by the Browns, but injuries and ineffectiveness kept him off the field and on the practice squad. He was always nice to us here at WFNY, and a great follow on twitter. We sincerely wish him the best.
[Related: Cowboys loss more frustrating]
BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Wide receiver Carlton Mitchell has been released by the Cleveland Browns, who trimmed their roster to 80.
Mitchell appeared in 11 games last season. He caught three passes for 31 yards and the Browns had high hopes for the 24-year-old. However, after Cleveland selected Travis Benjamin in April's draft and then picked Josh Gordon in the supplemental draft...
The Browns waived wide receivers Carlton Mitchell, Bert Reed, Jermaine Saffold and Owen Spencer as they trimmed their roster to 80 players. All NFL teams must get down to 75 players by 4 p.m. ET on Monday. Cleveland also waived defensive back Emanuel Davis, linebacker JoJo Dickson, punter Spencer Lanning and offensive linemen Jake Anderson and Matt Cleveland. Mitchell was a sixth...
The Cleveland Browns have made cuts down to 80 players. They have until August 31st to cut down to the 53 man roster.
The Browns have cut former 6th round pick WR Carlton Mitchell, who could never stay healthy enough to develop in the NFL. Mitchell is one of four wide receivers cut-
WR Carlton Mitchell
WR Bert Reed
WR Jermaine Saffold
WR Owen Spencer
OL Jake Anderson
OL Matt Cleveland...
Carlton Mitchell and Travis Benjamin
You didn’t read the title wrong, the Cleveland Browns enter the 2012-2013 season with a little bit of depth at wide receiver. Of course the 2011 season was filled with inconsistent play from the wide receivers. There was poor route running, there were drops, and there was reason to believe the Browns lacked talent at the WR spot. However, I...
Tony Rizzo of The Really Big Show on ESPN Radio in Cleveland gave us a really big meltdown last Friday after an obscure question about his beloved Browns. The Browns are allergic to offensive playmakers and caller Steven suggested they give Carlton Mitchell more opportunities.
Mitchell, a second-year receiver out of South Florida, hasn't appeared in eight games out of 24 for...