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Last week, as Brian Hoyer prepared for his second start as the quarterback of the Cleveland Browns, former starter Brandon Weeden didn’t practice. This week, as Hoyer prepares for his third start, Weeden has returned to practice, fully participating on …Share Tweet
Joe Haden dreaming of his first pick-six on national TV: Cleveland Browns InsiderBrowns cornerback Joe Haden is dreaming of his first pick-six Thursday night against the Bills and the Buffalo's CJ Spiller might not play.Share TweetThe Browns would like to appear in more showcase games, but realize they need to win to earn the right.Share TweetMore details have emerged about former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar's DUI arrest from this past weekend, and most of them are depressing. One of them, however, demonstrates that despite his problems, Kosar's sense of humor is still intact.Read more..…Share TweetBrowns fans probably remember the Buffalo Bills from last year when they came to First Energy Stadium and beat Cleveland despite losing running back C.J. Spiller to a shoulder injury.Share Tweet
Excitement reigns for Cleveland teamsWith the recent success of sports teams in Cleveland, there is an excitement in the city, and within the Browns’ locker room.Share TweetAfter another solid day at the office, the Cleveland Browns defense has become the strength of the team. The Browns are currently third in the NFL in total defense 291.5 yards per game), eighth in points allowed (and tops in the AFC North), fourth in ru…Share Tweet
Browns celebrate National Breast Cancer Awareness MonthThe Cleveland Browns will honor patients, survivors & families during their nationally televised game on Oct. 3.Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Oct 1, 2013Bills running back C.J. Spiller hurt his ankle in Sunday’s 23-20 victory over the Ravens and said Monday that he was unsure whether or not he’d be able to play on Thursday night against the Browns. Spiller said he’d be good to go if he feels 80-85 perce…Share Tweet
Breaking down the Browns defense, Week 4: Effective team made Bengals' bad day worseDennis Manoloff's DVR review of the Cincinnati game shows Ray Horton's defenders are a barrier to both passes and ground plays.Share TweetBrowns coach Rob Chudzinski will speak with the media at 10:50 this morning, followed by player availability and then Buffalo Bills coach Doug Marrone on a conference call this afternoon.Share Tweet
Reflections on Wisconsin, and on 17-0theclevelandfan.com Oct 1, 2013The combination of tickets for both a night game in Columbus, and then a 1 p.m. Browns game in Cleveland the next day wasn’t conducive to getting an OSU-Wisconsin game story done this weekend, so I hope some random reflections on the game, and on the se…Share Tweet
Mingo nominated for Rookie of the Week AwardCleveland Browns outside linebacker Barkevious Mingo has been nominated for the Pepsi NEXT Rookie of the Week Award.Share Tweet
New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson: 'Never seen anything like (this) offense'Oct 1New Orleans tight end Benjamin Watson explains the difference between the Saints' and New England Patriots' offense and comments on the rise of a pair of Cleveland Browns youngsters.
NFL Nation Buzz: BrownsOct 1ESPN Browns reporter Pat McManamon talks about the team's lack of a running game.
Clayton's mailbag -- Don't give up ground gameOct 1Mailbag: Teams that let their run game slide too much usually struggle, writes John Clayton.
Don Banks: Matt Schaub's time in Houston may be running outOct 1Imagine how strange and downright novel it must feel to be Tony Romo about now, waking up each day as merely the second-most embattled NFL quarterback in Texas. He owes Houston's Matt Schaub for that one.
Old Orleans: The Sizzling Saints Look Very FamiliarOct 1Everything seemed to be going the Saints’ way Monday night, as Kenny Vaccaro (32) and the defense forced Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill into committing four turnovers. (Chris Graythen/Getty Images) In New Orleans, time has a way of standing still, …