The Browns have acquired backup running back Dion Lewis from the Philadelphia Eagles in a trade for linebacker Emmanuel Acho.
Lewis played 24 games in two seasons with the Eagles, who selected him in the fifth round in 2011. He rushed for 171 yards on 36 carries and scored two touchdowns. The 5-foot-8, 195-pound Lewis also returned kickoffs for Philadelphia as a rookie and will...
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April 11, 2013
In a move that probably won't be a huge factor in 2013, the Philadelphia Eagles traded running back Dion Lewis to the Cleveland Browns for linebacker Emmanuel Acho.
Lewis had 13 carries for 69 yeards (5.3 YPC) and one touchdown last season for the Eagles.
Acho spent the entire 2012 season, his rookie season, on injured reserve after he suffered an undisclosed leg injury in the...
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It’s no surprise to hear that the Eagles are willing to trade backup running back Dion Lewis.
Lewis has shown some explosiveness, and looks like he can be a decent complimentary back in this league, but he fell out of favor with the coaching staff last season, losing...
According to Philly.com, the Eagles have placed running back Dion Lewis on the trade block.
Eagles running back Dion Lewis is on the trade block, according to NFL sources.
Lewis is behind LeSean McCoy, Bryce Brown, and Chris Polk on the Eagles depth chart, and those three all offer size and skills that fit coach Chip Kelly’s system better than Lewis. At 5-foot-8 and 195 pounds...
NFL sources have informed the Philadelphia Inquirer, that the Eagles have RB Dion Lewis on the trading block.
According to the report, Lewis doesn’t possess ideal size for Chip Kelly’s offensive system and he’s already sitting behind LeSean McCoy, Bryce Brown, and Chris Polk on the Eagles depth chart.
There was speculation dating back to last year that Lewis could be available...
The charges stemming from a July 8th incident against Dion Lewis and his brother have been dismissed after video of the incident surfaced, which conflicted with what was in the police report.
Players for the Philadelphia Eagles largely stayed out of trouble this offseason, save for the arrest of RB Dion Lewis of felony charges of pulling a fire alarm at a hotel in Albany, New York.
Lewis can now put that incident behind him. According to Les Bowen of the Daily News, the case against Lewis was dismissed in court on Monday.
Lewis and his brother, Lamar, were arrested after...
Philadelphia Eagles running back Dion Lewis and his brother Lamar were arrested in Albany, New York last weekend for pulling a fire alarm at a Hampton Inn. As details emerge, there are conflicting stories from the Lewis’ and management of the hotel.
Video of the incident will be a key component of the case, and the Lewis camp believes it will vindicate both brothers.
Eagles backup running back Dion Lewis has found himself in hot water after he allegedly pulled a hotel's fire alarm when he could not gain access to the lobby.
The Philadelphia Eagles have thankfully not been plagued with the rash of player arrests that have afflicted some teams, like the Detroit Lions this off season. But that streak has come to an end.
Running back Dion Lewis was arrested over the weekend in Albany, New York with his older brother for pulling trying to gain entry into the hotel’s lobby and eventually pulling...