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Monday web roundup: Cleveland Browns

Duke Johnson outshines Melvin Gordon in Cleveland Browns 30-27 ... Cleveland Browns running back Duke Johnson gets both feet inbounds for a touchdown on a pass from Josh McCown against San Diego on Sunday ... Browns lose in most Browns way possible Just when it looked like Cleveland had done enough to force overtime during ... in 2002 cost the Browns a victory, an offsides...
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Browns Lose to Chargers in Most Browns Way Possible

The Chargers were missing three starting offensive linemen and a starting defensive back. Tight end Antonio Gates was suspended.  During the course of the game, they lost two wide receivers and another DB to injuries. But Philip Rivers (23-38, 358 yards, 3 TD) still found a way to lead his team to a winning field goal drive in the final […] The post Browns Lose to Chargers...
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Watch: Duke Johnson’s first career touchdown

The Browns may have found a playmaker on offense in the form of rookie running back Duke Johnson. Johnson has been used quite a bit so far in the game versus the San Diego Chargers. His day was escalated when he received a dime pass from quarterback Josh McCown for his career touchdown in the NFL. Johnson lined up out wide against a linebacker and made a huge mismatch for the Browns...
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S Tashuan Gipson says Browns defense 'not in panic mode'

During the offseason and preseason, the Cleveland Browns expected their defense to be the cornerstone for which the team could lean on until the offense develops, but that hasn't been the case. The unit is ranked 27th overall and 32nd against the run allowing 158.3 yards per game; however, safety Tashuan Gipson believes things will get better. "But we're not in panic mode. Last year...
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Steve Smith has microfractures in back, out for Week 5

The Baltimore Ravens will be without one of their top playmakers for at least their next game. Steve Smith Sr. has microfractures in his back and has been ruled out for the team’s Week 5 game against the Cleveland Browns. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh confirmed the news during a sideline interview from the Michigan-Maryland...Read More
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Week 4 Power Rankings: Where Do the Browns Land?

Cleveland Browns View image | Ranking: 30 Click to see full power rankings I don’t understand why the Browns aren’t starting Johnny Manziel at this point. He provides some upside and a more athletic threat than Josh McCown at the quarterback position and as a playmaker in general. Regardless, this team has shown some positive things on offense, with...
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Justin Gilbert could return kicks for Browns against Chargers

Justin Gilbert is more well known for what he hasn’t been able to contribute to the Browns in his still-young NFL career. It seems like everyone – from Browns fans to the coaching staff – is looking forward to the idea of him contributing in any way possible. He played special teams a week ago in a Browns loss at home to the Raiders. According to Mike Pettine, he might have...
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Dwayne Bowe says he’s ready to go

This is the week, gang. Dwayne Bowe is ready. He’s played sparingly for the Browns (8 total snaps, 0 catches), but the veteran wideout says he’ll be ready to go Sunday against the Chargers in San Diego, as does head coach Mike Pettine. (Take the following quotes as you will. A touch of skepticism is certainly understandable.) “I had great preparation this week,” Bowe...
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QUIZ: Name every Browns QB since their last Pro Bowler at the position

The last time the Cleveland Browns had a Pro Bowl quarterback was 2007. In the eight years since, fourteen different players have made starts at the position. Name them. 
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Seattle Seahawks worked out ‘really raw’ Terrelle Pryor at WR

Terrelle Pryor’s conversion from NFL quarterback to receiver has been a rough one. He most recently worked out with the Seattle Seahawks, but it might be presumptuous to assume he’ll find a home in the Pacific Northwest. Head coach Pete Carroll said Pryor was “really raw” but did note his athleticism. Seattle could certainly use the help at receiver — especially when...
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Browns hint at working Manziel into game against Chargers

Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator John DeFilippo on Thursday revealed there is a package of plays tailored for Johnny Manziel ready to go for the team’s showdown against the San Diego Chargers. And while they plays have been apparently included in the game plan, DeFilippo stopped short of saying the Brown would actually run any of them. “That’s always a possibility...
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Sapp pleads guilty to domestic violence case in Las Vegas

Former NFL defensive lineman Warren Sapp has pled guilty to domestic violence charges stemming from an incident in Las Vegas over the summer. Originally, Sapp was charged on three counts of battery constituting domestic violence, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. However, the prosecution dropped two of the charges in exchange for the plea of guilty. “Sapp must pay...
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Three reasons Cleveland Browns fans should be optimistic about facing the Chargers

I know what you’re thinking. “Optimistic? What is this guy crazy? After we just lost at home to the Raiders?” Yes, after we just lost at home to the Raiders. Multiple things went wrong early for the Browns in week three, with the team digging itself a hole that they were almost able to climb out of. But if the Browns start that game better, maybe they find a way to squeak out...
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Five Cleveland Browns players who need to step up against the Chargers

Another week, another sub-par performance from the Cleveland Browns. The game against the Raiders highlighted multiple things that the Browns need to work on, and many of which they will have an opportunity to improve upon this weekend against San Diego. It was ugly last week, but the pieces are in place to get the issues figured out and progress heading into week four. With that...
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Browns, Pettine Need “Plan B” Before 2015 Gets out of Hand

In Week 2 of the NFL season, an energized Cleveland Browns team raced out to a three-touchdown lead over the Tennessee Titans, and ultimately held on for their first win of the season. Subbing for injured Josh McCown, polarizing second-year quarterback Johnny Manziel connected with Travis Benjamin on two long touchdown passes, Benjamin ran a […] The post Browns, Pettine Need ...
Via Browns Beat
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Hawkins refutes report team is upset over Manziel sitting

A report came out on Monday saying players on the Cleveland Browns were furious that Josh McCown got the start over Johnny Manziel in Week 3. The report by TMZ featured anonymous players reportedly extremely mad that Manziel wasn’t getting a chance to continue what he started in Week 2, when he led the Browns to a victory over the Tennessee Titans. “I love both Johnny and...
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Anonymous Browns players furious Manziel was benched

    The Cleveland Browns are not yet ready to hand Johnny Manziel the keys to their franchise, and several of Manziel’s teammates don’t understand what the team is waiting for. TMZ Sports spoke with several anonymous Browns players this week who all agreed that Manziel should be starting over Josh McCown. One player was quite animated about it. “I love both Johnny and...
Via Larry Brown Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Browns’ comeback bid falls into Charles Woodson’s arms

The first half was ugly. The offense found some rhythm in the second half, but it was too little, too late for Browns quarterback Josh McCown. The Raiders embarrassed the Browns for three-and-a-half quarters and hung on for a 27-20 win. It’s Oakland’s first road victory in the Eastern time zone since 2009.   The defense couldn’t stop Derek […] The post Browns’ comeback...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

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