This is the April 29, 2013 news archive. View today's Browns rumors and news.
After a 15-month stint in a juvenile detention facility, Davone Bess, traded to the Cleveland Browns during the draft, stayed out of trouble and eventually reached the NFL.Share Tweet
Brandon Weeden's second chance with Cleveland Browns is likely his last: Bill LivingstonWith a new coaching staff and a new offensive system that is a better fit for his talent, it's time for Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden to show he's the long-term solution or else be shown the door.Share TweetWho did the best in the 2013 NFL draft? And who did the worst? Chris Fedor hands out a grade to every team.Share TweetFree-agent offensive tackle Winston Justice is taking a short tour of the AFC North, visiting the Pittsburgh Steelers today before meeting with the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Justice, 28, played six years…Share Tweet
Cleveland Browns and NFL P.M. Links: Tim Tebow sacked; Browns spectators instead of movers; NFL Draft 2013 falloutFor one reporter, the Browns could have done much better in the draft.Share Tweet
Judge denies restraining order motion against Jimmy Haslam, owner of Pilot Flying J and Cleveland BrownsA judge ruled this morning that Jimmy Haslam can keep calling trucking customers and working to settle with them over allegations that Haslam's family business, Pilot Flying J, defrauded them on fuel rebates.Share TweetThe list includes three locals: receiver Perez Ashford (Northern Illinois), of Shaker Heights; running back Jamaine Cook (Youngstown State), of Midpark; and defensive end Justin Staples (Illinois), of Lakewood. Linebacker Mike Niam (Wofford), of Hudson,…Share Tweet
NFL Hot Read - Will Johnny Manziel succeed in the NFL?Apr 29Because of his skills and the evolution of the quarterback position, Johnny Manziel could be the most fascinating player in the 2014 NFL draft, Jeffri Chadiha writes.
Peter King: Inside the Rams' war room and more draft thoughtsApr 29ST. LOUIS -- When you spend a round in a team's war room, as I did Thursday night with the Rams, you understand why so many players, coaches, scouts and executives are magnetized to this game and cannot give it up.