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Butch Davis makes it clear he would like to be coach of Dolphins

Butch Davis is eyeing the Miami Dolphins head coach position and isn’t shy about letting everyone hear it. He became coach of the Browns in 2001 and led the team to a 7–9 record in his first year, missing the playoffs by a game, in his second year the team posted a 9–7 record and earned a playoff berth. In 2003, a quarterback controversy between Tim Couch and backup Kelly Holcomb...
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NFL Draft’s Biggest Draft Busts Include JaMarcus Russell, Tim Couch (Photos)

Every year fans gear up for the NFL draft with hopes their favorite team will select a superstar to be. Teams that posses the No. 1 pick anticipate they will select a franchise player. Players like Peyton Manning and Troy Aikman were No. 1 picks who changed their respected franchises. Super Bowl wins and MVP seasons are expected of those players. Everything doesn’t always...
October 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Factory of Sadness: The Cleveland Browns quarterback misery matrix (DIAGRAM)

The Cleveland Browns quarterback situation from 1999-2014 is best summarized by the infamous jersey that began as a regular Tim Couch uniform and devolved into a sorry scroll listing every quarterback to start a game for the Browns over that span. We're taking it a step further with the Cleveland Browns QB Misery Matrix, which illustrates just how much suffering fans have endured...
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September 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Tim Couch: Johnny Manziel should rest his elbow as much as possible

Former No. 1 overall pick Tim Couch is no stranger to elbow problems, and he thinks second-year quarterback Johnny Manziel should act with caution as he deals with his own elbow issues. Manziel sat out much of Wednesday’s practice and is unlikely to play at Tampa Bay this Saturday and could very well be shut down for the rest of the preseason. Browns head coach Mike Pettine said...
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August 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Tim Couch says Browns should be concerned with Johnny Manziel's elbow soreness

Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Tim Couch was selected first overall by the in the 1999 NFL Draft, and he threw for over 11,000 passing yards during his NFL career. Couch said that the club should be concerned with Manziel’s elbow soreness and take the proper precautions before the young signal caller does more damage. "When a quarterback takes some time off initially...
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August 26, 2015  |  Discuss

My Old Kentucky Home: Tim Couch selling house for $4.75 million

Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Tim Couch’s Lexington, Kentucky home is now on the market, and for a very affordable $4.75 million. Featuring an elevator, fitness/exercise room, four-car garage, five bedrooms, six full and three half baths, basketball court, wet bar, wine cellar, and full home theater, the home nine miles southeast of the University of Kentucky would be...
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July 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Browns No. 1 Pick Questions Team’s Handling of QB Situation

Former Cleveland Browns No. 1 pick Tim Couch, who is among the biggest quarterback busts in recent history, is fed up with the way his former team continues to drop the ball at that position over the past 15 years. “It’s been a long 15 years of watching the same thing repeat itself over and over.” Couch said in an interview, via ESPN. “The biggest thing that frustrates me...
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December 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Tim Couch joins the Browns QB chorus with Bernie Kosar

Long-time quarterback Bernie Kosar lambasted the Cleveland Browns — across multiple ownerships and management teams — during an interview Mike Trivisonno on WTAM this week. Now, Tim Couch is in on the team as well, preaching continuity and sticking up for Brian Hoyer courtesy of Pat McManamon at ESPN. “I thought everything he said was right,” Couch said. “It’s been...
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December 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Top-5: Worst moments in Cleveland Browns history

5. Red Right 88 All you had to do was kick a field goal. In 1981, with a berth in the AFC Championship on the line, the Browns trailed the Raiders 14-12 and a field goal would end the game. Head coach Sam Rutigliano didn’t have any faith in his kicker, so he went for the touchdown. The play called was “Red Right 88,” and quarterback Brian Sipe as told to throw the ball away...
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June 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Worst team pick – QB: Cleveland Blew this pick

Now that the Super Bowl is over, the NFL world is caught up in draft hype. Our Cleveland Browns are at the forefront of the discussion; they hold two first-round picks, including the #4 overall. Most everyone thinks they will use that first pick on a quarterback. Many believe that pick will be Johnny Manziel. In Manziel, the Browns would have a high-risk, high-reward option. He could...
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February 06, 2014  |  1 Comment

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