This is the December 8, 2012 news archive. View today's Browns rumors and news.
A proposal to ban kickoffs is headed to the NFL competition committee in the off-season.Share Tweet
Brady Quinn carries plenty of nostalgia in leading Kansas City against Cleveland BrownsLike so many other young QB who have passed through these parts since 1999, Quinn got caught up in the Browns' revolving door of coaches and GMs.Share Tweet
This Day in Browns History - Dec. 9In this series, ClevelandBrowns.com looks back to a Browns win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Dec. 9, 1951.Share TweetHere is a look back to the Browns-Chiefs game on Dec. 14, 1975.Share Tweettheclevelandfan.com Dec 8, 2012The Cleveland Browns return home on Sunday to face the Kansas City Chiefs and look for their first winning streak of more than two games since 2009. Following wins against Pittsburgh and Oakland, the Browns are looking to continue a turnaround that has …Share Tweet
Fans captivated by Cleveland Browns' prospects (and not just in the 2013 draft)The playoffs are again out of reach, but hope has been generated by a young roster that has improved through the season.Share Tweet
Sunday Parking UpdateDue to ships working in Port on Sunday, Browns game day parking in the Port Lots north and west of the stadium will be limited to pre-purchased pass holders only. Cash parking will not be available...Share TweetESPN.com Dec 8, 2012In the video, Mark Schlereth and Tedy Bruschi make their predictions for the Chiefs at the Browns. Here's what the other ESPN experts are predicting: Eric Allen: Browns Mike Golic: Chiefs Merril Hoge: Browns Ron Jaworski: Browns Chris Mortensen: Browns …Share TweetCleveland Browns coaches and players are believing in Josh Gordon’s ability to make plays for the team.Share Tweet
Haden readies for BoweBrowns defensive back Joe Haden is looking forward to Sunday’s matchup with Kansas City wide receiver Dwayne Bowe.Share Tweetdeadspin.com Dec 8, 2012Yesterday, we discussed the possibility that the NFL will do away with kickoffs and instead institute a punt-or-4th-and-long option. On its face, the idea seems logical, maybe even preferable, if not necessarily a top-priority reform. The NFL can frame …Share Tweet