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clevelandbrowns.com Oct 2, 2012Browns wide receiver Jordan Norwood made four catches during his 2012 regular season debut against the Baltimore Ravens last Thursday night.Share Tweet
Ray Lewis won’t wait around to face his sonAfter last week’s win over the Browns, Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis told NFL Network that he’ll know when it’s time to call it quits as a player, and that when the time comes he’ll be done - with no waffling and no unretiring. On Tuesday’s ProShare Tweet
Cleveland ’95 special more about Belichick than the BrownsIn 2011, NFL Films launched its remarkable A Football Life series with a two-part study of Patriots coach Bill Belichick. The next episode, which focuses on the ’95 Browns, should more accurately be regarded as a Belichick prequel. The study of theShare Tweet
No bounty ruling, yetAfter Browns linebacker Scott Fujita met with Commissioner Roger Goodell on Friday, completing the process of sitting down with each of the four players whose suspensions were vacated, it was reported that Goodell would re-issue discipline to the player…Share Tweet
Frostee Rucker gives us the scoop on his business and the Cleveland Browns: Talking Shop (video)DE Frostee Rucker talks a little shop when it comes to his name and becoming an entrepreneur.Share Tweet
Brandon Weeden provided positive signs for Cleveland Browns in loss to Baltimore Ravens, says Dennis Manoloff (video)Manoloff says dropped passes made Weeden's numbers appear worse than they should have been.Share Tweet
Cleveland Browns and NFL A.M. Links: Reporter makes bold predictions about Jimmy Haslam; injury bug bites Browns' wide receiversWhat kind of owner will Jimmy Haslam be for the Cleveland Browns?Share TweetESPN.com Oct 2, 2012Cleveland Browns wide receivers are dropping passes at an alarming rate for a second straight season, which leads us to revisit the team's draft-day decision in 2011. Instead of drafting wide receiver Julio Jones with the sixth overall pick, the Browns …Share TweetBrowns safety Ray Ventrone says Thursday night’s game against the Ravens got dirty, and he blames the Ravens for that. But he won’t say what they did. “I know that they were playing dirty on offense,” Ventrone told the Associated Press. “Watch tShare Tweet