Jim Brown accepts $600,000 judgment from EA Sports in likeness case

Electronic Arts will pay NFL Hall of Famer Jim Brown $600,000 as part of a voluntary judgment in a likeness case that was taking place in Phoenix. The settlement means that the case will be dismissed and Brown’s claims will be released. Brown was suing EA over Madden, and its usage of Brown without his permission. According to Brown, the company had come to him to ask permission...
Via The Comeback
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Manziel wins over Jim Brown in greatest Browns player vote

It’s March, which means that every sports and/or pop culture website is contractually obligated to hold their own March Madness tournament in a subject that is relevant to their readers.  If you don’t do a March Madness tournament, I’m pretty sure Al Gore will shut down your website forever. (Please forgive us for not doing a tournament, Al.) is holding one...
Via Awful Announcing
March 22, 2016  |  Discuss

Cleveland Browns to honor Jim Brown with statue near stadium

The Cleveland Browns on Wednesday announced that the organization will erect a statue outside FirstEnergy Stadium in honor of Jim Brown, the best player ever to put on the team's uniform. “Everyone admires the incredible impact that Jim Brown has made for Cleveland, the Browns and the NFL throughout his lifetime, and we have had the special opportunity to know and learn from...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
February 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Jim Brown wants Browns to keep Johnny Manziel

Jim Brown has always been a Johnny Manziel supporter, and the Cleveland Browns legend is hoping the team doesn’t give up on the 23-year-old quarterback just yet. On Thursday, Brown told reporters that he does not believe getting rid of Manziel would solve any issues for the Browns. “To be honest, I don’t want to see him traded or anything like that,” Brown said, per Tom...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Jim Brown: I ‘encourage and support’ Johnny Manziel

By Steve DelVecchio Johnny Manziel may have lost the faith of a number of Cleveland Browns fans after the way he performed both on and off the field last season, but arguably the greatest player in franchise history still supports him. Jim Brown, who has never been shy about criticizing his former team’s players, told USA Today’s Jarrett Bell this week that he is optimistic...
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 30, 2015  |  Discuss

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