This is the July 28, 2013 news archive. View today's Browns rumors and news.
Record crowd watches first full-pad practiceBEREA, Ohio -- On Sunday, a record crowd of 4,466 watched enthusiastically as the Cleveland Browns practiced in full pads for the first time during training camp.Upvote Share TweetBrowns safety Tashaun Gipson suffered a shoulder injury on a collision with Josh Gordon, but coach Rob Chudzinski isn't concerned about it. Montario Hardesty sat out with a hamstring injury.Upvote Share Tweet
Cleveland Browns' Owen Marecic and other NFL fullbacks fighting for their place in evolving gameAverage salary of NFL fullbacks is lower than that of kickers and puntersUpvote Share Tweet
Browns prepare for game actionBEREA, Ohio -- Every drill and play that is run throughout training camp is designed to prepare the team for game action, which starts for the Browns on Aug. 8.Upvote Share TweetBEREA, Ohio -- The National Football League continues its extended digital coverage for the 2013 season.Upvote Share TweetListen to Sunday Insider with cleveland.com's Glenn Moore tonight at 8 p.m. His guest is The Plain Dealer's Terry Pluto.Upvote Share Tweet
Eric Mangini sticking to work with 49ers’ offenseprofootballtalk.com Jul 28, 2013The 49ers hired former Browns and Jets head coach Eric Mangini as a senior offensive consultant in June, and he has focused on that side of the ball, Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com reported Sunday. 49ers defensive coordinator Vic Fangio, who said he did…Upvote Share TweetGet updates from Browns training camp this afternoon.Upvote Share TweetWatch Mary Kay Cabot's and Tom Reed's analysis of Saturdays training camp practice and what to watch for today when they hit the field in Berea at 4pm in full pads.Upvote Share Tweet
NFL 2013 training camps -- Cris Carter's top 10 wide receiversJul 28Cris Carter's list of the NFL's 10 best receivers favors big men and has an easy choice at No. 1.
Don Banks: Newsome, Ravens not panicking after loss of PittaJul 28OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The news of Baltimore tight end Dennis Pitta's likely season-ending hip injury on Saturday was the kind of solar plexus blow that can knock a football team back on its heels, especially one that's riding high as it opens the defense…
NFL mailbag - Injuries could slow offensive plansJul 28Mailbag: Injuries and suspensions could keep teams from going full speed ahead with their offensive plans, writes John Clayton.