BEREA, Ohio - Neither the Cleveland Browns nor Paul Kruger got what they were expecting out of their first year together.
By now, much has changed. The guys who signed Kruger to play the all-important outside linebacker spot in a 3-4 defense and coached him last year are gone. This season brings a new scheme and a new start.
That goes for Kruger, too, who admitted Tuesday that he...
Long before Cleveland Browns linebacker Paul Kruger won a Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens and made a living out of sacking quarterbacks, he experienced two near-death experiences.
The first one occurred in 1999, when Kruger was a teenage passenger in a Jeep Wrangler driven by his uncle.
When the driver lost control of the car on a steep hill, the Wrangler started rolling back...
The Cleveland Browns are trying to elevate their franchise to a playoff caliber level.
Part of changing the culture of a franchise, is adding key pieces that are used to winning championships and playing in big games.
The Browns gave Paul Kruger a big chunk of change to leave the Ravens and head north. Kruger was a huge part of the Ravens Super Bowl run, and according to the Canton...
BEREAWho says its all about the money?
The Browns officially introduced Paul Kruger to the local media after he signed a five-year contract for a reported 40 million.
Kruger said the way the Browns pursued him aggressively was a huge factor in joining his former AFC North foebesides the obvious 40 million other reasons.
There were a number of reasons, Kruger said. I want to say...
The organization here has been tremendous. I have only been here a short amount of time and it already feels like home. I’m just really excited. It’s been a long process to get to this point and it’s just really exciting to finally be here. I am excited to be a Cleveland Brown and be a part of something special. It’s been a great experience I have had with the Ravens and...
Cast aside in Baltimore's salary purge, linebacker Paul Kruger is excited about a new start with the Cleveland Browns.
Kruger, who led the Super Bowl-champion Ravens in sacks last season, was introduced Wednesday by the Browns, who entered free agency more than $47 million under the salary cap and have spent the first two days restocking their defense. Kruger signed a five-year...
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March 13, 2013
Ravens defensive lineman Paul Kruger took a shot at Peyton Manning on Twitter after his team beat the Broncos. See what he said.
Paul Kruger is the front-runner to replace Jarret Johnson as the Baltimore Ravens’ starting strong-side linebacker, according to an article by Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun. Johnson, 30, had manned the position for the past five seasons and is one of the Ravens’ most durable players, having started a franchise-record 80 consecutive games and [...]
Baltimore Ravens’ defensive end, Paul Kruger has come into his own in his third season with the Baltimore Ravens. Since being moved back to his natural slot rush end position, the Ravens 2009 second-round draft pick has earned increased playing time with his sound play. His improved play paid off in a big way Sunday [...]