The Cleveland Browns have tendered qualifying offers to defensive back Johnson Bademosi, safety Tashaun Gipson, defensive lineman Ishmaa’ily Kitchen and linebacker Craig Robertson. Both Robertson and Gipson have reportedly been handed a second-round tenders to the tune $2.356 million.
A few highlights on the players involved:
• Bademosi has led the Browns in special-team tackles...
Yesterday, Browns defensive back and top special-teamer Johnson Bademosi published a statement at SI.com on his decision to wear a t-shirt marked with “I can’t breathe,” in protest of what he calls “police killings as a symptom of the systematic and historical devaluing of black lives.”
It’s as much as Browns fans have had to be proud of in at least two decades. Here’s...
Cleveland Browns safety Johnson Bademosi was involved in a scary play during Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Bademosi was seemingly knocked unconscious after Keith Tandy delivered a crushing block on him during a punt return in the first half.
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The nasty helmet-to-helmet hit left Bademosi down on the field...
Cleveland Browns Johnson Bademosi was knocked unconscious while running down field on a punt return.
Cleveland Browns safety Johnson Bademosi got absolutely crushed by a huge block from Keith Tandy during the first half of Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, knocking him out cold for a few moments. Bademosi eventually headed to the locker room as a result. Pretty scary to watch [Tim Burke]
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Special teams often led to the most violent hits in a football game, and this is proof of it.
Cleveland Browns gunner Johnson Bademosi was taken to the locker room after this hit on a punt.
We’re praying for the best for Bademosi.
The post Watch: Browns’ Johnson Bademosi Taken to Locker Room After this Crushing Hit appeared first on Standing O Sports and was written by Mike Lucas.
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