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Madden '15 video game glitch renders Browns' Christian Kirksey as 1-foot, 2-inches tall

A programming glitch in a popular football video game shrunk a 6-foot-2, 230-pound NFL linebacker to a less-then-intimidating 1 foot, 2 inches tall.It's in the new Madden '15 in 'Solo Challenge' mode where Cleveland Browns linebacker Christian Kirksey is dwarfed during game play by all other players and even the ball.Gamemaker EA Sports also happened to have the digital Kirksey play...
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September 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Chris Kirksey just 14 inches tall in Madden ’15 glitch

There is a slight problem with the new version of Madden ’15. Actually—at least two. In EA Sports’ new release, rookie linebacker Chris Kirksey (which he now prefers to be called instead of Christian) showed up on the Tennessee Titans and inexplicably was just 14 inches tall. Kirksey is listed at 6-foot-2 (and not 1-foot-2) and is a card-carrying, pass-covering member of...
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September 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Browns LB Christian Kirksey is 14 inches tall courtesy of ‘Madden 15′ glitch (video)

Cleveland Browns rookie linebacker Christian Kirksey may measure an imposing 6’2″ and 235 pounds in real life, but his pixelated representation in the video game world stands much shorter, a mega-mini-me who likely would not survive a single snap in NFL football. Courtesy of yet another hilarious glitch in “Madden 15″ — there have been […] The post Browns LB Christian...
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September 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Madden game glitch means really undersized linebacker

Madden NFL 15 is the most realistic installation of the video game yet, so naturally that comes with a glitch or two. And one that the Internet has dubbed the "Tiny Titan" glitch is actually hilarious. Christian Kirksey is a linebacker for the Cleveland Browns who the team selected in the third round of this year's NFL draft. He's listed at 6 feet 2, 235 pounds on the team's roster...
Via FOX Sports
September 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Camp Preview – LB: Can rookie Kirksey start for the Browns?

The linebacking corps of the 2014 Cleveland Browns is mostly set. According to the depth chart, Paul Kruger is the left outside linebacker, and Jabaal Sheard has the right side. Both of them have those positions nailed down, and it is their job to lose. Moving inside, free agent acquisition Karlos Dansby will undoubtedly be the starting right inside linebacker. The only position...
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July 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Browns Sign Third Round Pick LB Christian Kirksey

The Cleveland Browns announced the signing of their third round pick Christian Kirksey. The contract is reportedly a four-year deal worth $3.04 million, according to Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post. The 6-foot-2-inch Iowa alum is figured to be in the running for one of the starting inside linebacker jobs. Kirksey is the second draft choice to sign his contract with the...
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June 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Mailbag: Don’t give up on Christian Kirksey

I haven’t been hearing much about our third-round pick Christian Kirksey. Has he been looking good, or was the pick as bad as everyone makes it out to be? -Dan in Columbus From what I’ve heard (without going to training camp) he’s shown flashes of becoming an extremely talented player. Regardless of what he does in training camp, I’m going to remain of the belief that he’s...
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June 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Top-5: Browns rookies who will make an immediate impact

Rookies are very hit-or-miss in the NFL. Most need time to learn and grow into good NFL players. But some come right in and are among the best in the business. Below are the top 5 rookies for the Cleveland Browns who have the best chance at making an impact. 5. Christian Kirksey Kirksey was easily the pick of the 2014 draft that came under the most fire from people in the media and fans...
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May 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Top-5: Cleveland’s most interesting post-draft positions

5. Inside Linebacker Going into the draft, this was definitely one of the top positions of need for the Browns, and (despite some distaste from fans) the team addressed it.  In the third round, the Brownies took ILB Christian Kirksey from Iowa to shore up the left inside linebacker spot. While there were talented wide receivers still on the board, Kirskey was taken to put some...
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May 15, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 NFL Draft: Browns finish day two with LB Christian Kirksey and RB Terrance West

The Browns news went wild yesterday with speculation about Josh Gordon and pretty well overshadowed the Browns’ draft. Despite that news, the Browns appeared poised to carry out their plan without panicking and grabbing a receiver. First, the Browns picked linebacker Christian Kirksey from Iowa. While Kirksey is considered to be undersized at 6’2″ and 233 pounds. Considered...
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May 10, 2014  |  Discuss

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