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Cleveland Browns' 100 best all-time players: No. 45, Bob Golic (video) Updated Feb 1, 2013
Nose tackle Golic, a Cleveland native, was a three-time Pro Bowl selection from Browns playoff teams in the 1980s.
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  • Haslam talks free agency, draft

    NEW ORLEANS -- During a brief session with the media Friday, Browns owner Jimmy Haslam talked about the team’s plans for free agency and the NFL Draft.
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  • Art Modell's Hall of Fame enshrinement in the hands of a few: Bill Livingston Feb 1, 2013
    A handful of voters today could enshrine former Browns owner Art Modell into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. If they do, it will be unfortunate.
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  • Art Modell's true legacy, the Bullpen Mafia and Mark Price-Kyrie Irving: Blog Roundup Feb 1, 2013
    Here are what blogs from Cleveland and around the country are saying about the Browns, Cavaliers and Indians. Featured today are 92.3 The Fan, CLE Sports Chat and Stepien Rules.
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  • Thomas optimistic about future Feb 1, 2013
    NEW ORLEANS -- Cleveland Browns left tackle Joe Thomas is optimistic about the future of the team under new head coach, Rob Chudzinski.
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  • Thomas 'humbled' by nomination Feb 1, 2013
    NEW ORLEANS -- Cleveland Browns left tackle Joe Thomas was humbled by being selected as a finalist for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.
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  • This Day in Browns History - Feb. 1 Feb 1, 2013
    In his feature, looks at the day two Browns were selected for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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  • Cleveland Browns and NFL P.M. Links: Uh-oh, Andy Reid may also want Alex Smith; Donte Whitner almost joined the Bengals Feb 1, 2013
    The Browns will have competition if they pursue quarterback Alex Smith.
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  • Mike Holmgren says it would be a “big surprise” for him to return to coaching Feb 1, 2013
    Former Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren has moved back to the Seattle area after his three-year run as the right-hand man to former owner Randy Lerner. Holmgren was let go as team president after Jimmy Haslam bought the team from Lerner last yea…
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