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L.J. FORT RUMORS & GOSSIP

Broncos cut L.J. Fort; Broncos making way to 53

Today the Denver Broncos released former Northern Iowa linebacker L.J. Fort. The team also released DT Sione Fua. The team is trying to get down to 53. The team has until tomorrow to meet their limit. @MikeKlis: Broncos have waived LB L.J. Fort; cut DT Sione Fua. Broncos have also released Jerome Murphy and Jordan […] The post Broncos cut L.J. Fort; Broncos making way to 53 appeared...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Tampa Bay Bucs work out LB L.J. Fort

Today the Tampa Bay Bucanneers worked out former Cleveland Browns linebacker L.J. Fort. Fort was the nations tackle leader his senior year at Northern Iowa. Fort is a solid player, who started for the Browns last year, before getting released earlier this year during roster cut downs.
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September 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Cabot: Browns claim center Lewis, linebacker Magee, Waive L.J. Fort, Brandon Jackson

The Browns are unbelievably busy today. Craig already covered the pair of running backs in Bob Rainey and Dennis Johnson being claimed from the Ravens and Texans respectively. Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer also adds that the Browns claimed rookie center Patrick Lewis off waivers from Green Bay and have claimed up to three more players that they have yet to announce. Until we...
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September 01, 2013  |  Discuss

Three Plays That Changed Everything

Only in Cleveland can an absolutely beautiful Sunday be completely ruined by our sports teams. Yes, I was in attendance for the Pat Shurmur show yesterday. It was great to be in a full stadium that rocked again. You forget just how fun it is when our teams are good, especially the Browns. It has been so long.  But in classic Cleveland fashion, our afternoon was mucked up in the...
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September 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Browns defense deserves better in 17-16 loss to the Eagles

The Cleveland Browns’ defense came out as if they were fired out of a cannon. The unit that seemingly never got off the field a year ago, was forcing turnovers, flying all over the place and making life miserable for Michael Vick and his receivers. D’Qwell Jackson played like the grizzled vet. L.J. Fort and Craig Robertson played inspired youngsters. Frostee Rucker and Juqua...
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September 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Cleveland Browns Announce Uniform Number Changes

A few Browns have changed their jersey numbers- Josh Gordon will wear #13, Billy Winn #90, L.J. Fort #58, and Craig Robertson #53. Fort and Robertson were given numbers in the forties for camp, but those numbers aren’t legal for linebackers to wear during the regular season. Josh Gordon was given #86 in camp, but appeared to be holding out for #12, his high school and college number...
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September 03, 2012  |  Discuss
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