This is the January 30, 2013 news archive. View today's Browns rumors and news.
The Browns have "enough young athletes who are coachable and who can adapt," says veteran linebacker Scott Fujita.
Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson earns big raise in 2013Updated Jan 30 Share TweetOver the last few days, "Shutdown Corner" has reported on some of the base salary increases for the 2013 season. In the first report last Saturday, which was updated on Monday, the highest increase belong to Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt M…Source: yahoo.com
NFL draft 2013 links -- mock drafts: Predicted Cleveland Browns' first picks include Jarvis Jones, Barkevious Mingo, Dee MillineUpdated Jan 30 Share TweetConsensus is the Browns will go for defense, although one mock draft has them taking a quarterback with sixth pick in the first round.
San Francisco QB Alex Smith says he loved playing for Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Norv TurnerUpdated Jan 30 Share TweetA league source said playing again for Norv Turner would pique the interest of the 49ers' backup QB. But Smith, who stressed he wants to be a starter, declined to go that far.
Possible free agent targets for Browns, Carlos Santana at catcher and Kyrie Irving is next superstar: Blog RoundupUpdated Jan 30 Share TweetHere are what blogs from Cleveland and around the country are saying about the Browns, Cavaliers and Indians. Featured today are The Smoking Section, Wahoo's On First and Buckeye State Sports.
Niners' offensive success due to line playUpdated Jan 30 Share TweetNEW ORLEANS -- It was not difficult to find the members of the San Francisco 49ers' offensive line on the turf of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome at Super Bowl Media Day on Tuesday, even though thousands of people were there, including peppy guys dressed as…Source: CNNSI.comShare TweetNEW ORLEANS, La. -- Several players and coaches competing in Super Bowl XLVII in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Sunday have connections to Cleveland and the Browns organization.Source: clevelandbrowns.com
Cleveland Browns and NFL A.M. Links: Ray Horton brings an aggressive style; Randy Moss says he's the greatest; Bud Shaw on the 3Updated Jan 30 Share TweetNew defensive coordinator Ray Horton will having a blitzing defense with the Browns.
This Day in Browns History - Jan. 30Updated Jan 30 Share TweetIn this feature, ClevelandBrowns.com looks back to the day the team drafted running back Greg Pruitt.Source: clevelandbrowns.com
AFC North weekly chat: Super Bowl editionUpdated Jan 30 Share TweetThis week's AFC North chat isn't like any other this season. It's our Super Bowl chat, and I'll be typing from the Ravens hotel in New Orleans. I'm happy to answer any questions on the Bengals, Browns and Steelers. But I presume most will be focusing on…Source: ESPN.com
There is room for improvement next season for Browns: Comment of the DayUpdated Jan 30 Share Tweet"Nobody is expecting the Browns to go to a Superbowl this season. But there is room for a lot of improvement. The schedule is easier." - dawgtillIdieShare TweetFormer Browns star Ozzie Newsome explains why he believes Art Modell should be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Super Bowl XLVII -- Ravens, 49ers power their way to the Super BowlJan 30Fans of old-school football should rejoice about the Ravens-49ers matchup. It should be power football at its finest.
Don Banks: Homegrown or imported, 49ers are loaded with blue-chip talentJan 30NEW ORLEANS -- The Cain and Abel coaching subplot in this year's Super Bowl is undeniably the most irresistible in NFL history, but it's still the playing talent that decides championships in football, and that's where the San Francisco 49ers have almos…
Super Bowl XLVII - Ray Lewis, NFL too popular to be tarnished by performan…Jan 30Baltimore Ravens star Ray Lewis is far too big of a brand to be damaged by performance-enhancing drug accusations.
Jim Trotter: Behind 49ers' offense, a creative genius who's always thinkin…Jan 30NEW ORLEANS -- When 49ers players and coaches are asked about the ingenuity of offensive coordinator Greg Roman's game plans, the response is always the same. There is a smile, a chuckle or a roll of the eyes, then a virtual shrug of the shoulders that …