Browns-Patriots inactives for week 14

Jason Campbell will get the start at quarterback for the Browns against New England today, with the newly signed Caleb Hanie serving as his backup. The Browns announced quarterbacks Brandon Weeden and Alex Tanney will both be inactive for the week 14 clash against the Patriots. Other inactives for the Browns include wide receiver Josh Cooper, offense linemen Martin Wallace, Garret...
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December 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Cleveland Browns Inactives: Robertson, Bryant. Woodley and Keisel out for Steelers

The Browns announced their inactive players for today’s game against the Steelers. They are TE MarQueis Gray, OL Patrick Lewis, OT Martin Wallace, OG Garrett Gilkey, OT Reid Fragel, DE Armonty Bryant, and ILB Craig Robertson. No surprises there. For the Steelers, two key defensive players are inactive today. LB LaMarr Woodley (calf) and DE Brett Keisel (foot) will miss today...
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November 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Browns-Bengals Inactives For Week 11

The inactives for today’s AFC North tilt between the Browns and Bengals have been announced. For the 4-5 Browns, who are pretty healthy overall, there are no lineup changes and no real surprises on the inactive list either. For Cleveland, the seven inactives are tight end/wildcat star Marquise Gray, linebacker Brandon Magee, four offensive lineman in Patrick Lewis, Martin Wallace...
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November 17, 2013  |  Discuss

NFL News: Cleveland Browns’ inactives vs Baltimore

The Browns take on the Ravens in a rare 4:25 start at home. Quentin Groves and Billy Winn were limited in practice all week. Both are active and will presumably play for the Browns. Offensive linemen Reid Fragel, Garrett Gilkey, Martin Wallace and Patrick Lewis are inactive for today’s game. Also inactive are linebacker Paul Hazel, DL Ishmaaily Kitchen and tight end Keavon Milton...
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November 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Whitworth thriving in role of veteran leader

CINCINNATI Paul Alexander has always counted heavily on veterans. Alexander has been coaching the Bengals offensive line since 1994. Those first years he had Bruce Kozerski and Joe Walter around to help get his message across to younger players. Willie Anderson learned from them and passed down the process as he became the veteran. That role is Andrew Whitworths. Ive always placed...
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July 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Protecting the Captain

Some may point to Joe Theisman’s unfortunate injury as the defining moment that the offensive line became so important in football. Others may say it dates all the way back to the advent of the forward pass. Regardless of when, the offensive line and the left (or right) tackle is probably the second most important person on the offense. Tasked with protecting the Quarterback...
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July 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Bengals sign 2 more draft picks

The Bengals have signed two more draft picks, linebacker Sean Porter from the fourth round and running back Rex Burkhead from the sixth round. Five of Cincinnati's 10 draft picks are under contract. The Bengals had already signed receiver Cobi Hamilton, who was picked in the sixth round, and offensive tackle Reid Fragel and center T.J. Johnson from the seventh round. Also Monday...
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May 13, 2013  |  Discuss
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