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There are no such things as breathers in the NFL, particularly if you’re the defending Super Bowl champions like the Giants.But the natural inclination would be to look at a young team like the Browns and think that way.Upvote Share Tweet
Could Browns rookie receiver Josh Gordon be catching on when Cleveland needs him most?Upvote Share TweetBrowns starting safety T.J. Ward is practicing with a broken right thumb and could play this Sunday against the New York Giants.Upvote Share Tweet
Reviewing Cleveland '95, Terry Francona is perfect for Tribe and Cavs becoming relevant: Blog RoundupHere are what blogs from Cleveland and around the country are saying about the Browns, Cavaliers and Indians. Featured today are 92.3 The Fan, Wahoo's On First and Right Down Euclid.Upvote Share TweetJordan Norwood is ready to step up with his opportunity.Upvote Share Tweet
Browns might have a chance against banged up Giants secondary: Comment of the Day"I still will settle for improving every week and getting better as a team and as an offense and defense.The Ravens also would crush the Browns and I thought Cribbs would be the guy that would be the surprise wrinkle they would show case and he got…Upvote Share Tweet
Different, But Same: Really, it’s grasping at straws to even think a…theclevelandfan.com Updated Oct 4, 2012Really, it’s grasping at straws to even think about it, but we have to think about it. The fifth game of the year for the Cleveland Browns is against the New York Giants, the defending World Champions. Hey, the formula is there, and history can repeUpvote Share Tweet
Cleveland Browns new owner Jimmy Haslam III says he won't discuss staff changes until after the yearBrowns soon-to-be-approved new owner Jimmy Haslam said today he won't discuss staff changes until after the year.Upvote Share TweetWide receiver Hakeem Nicks, who has been battling knee and ankle injuries, won't return by Sunday to play the Cleveland Browns.Upvote Share Tweet
Shurmur admires players' toughnessclevelandbrowns.com Updated Oct 4, 2012On Thursday afternoon, Browns coach Pat Shurmur expressed his admiration for players who exude toughness and leadership on the field.Upvote Share TweetOn today's PD Sports Insider, The Plain Dealer's Dennis Manoloff, Bud Shaw and cleveland.com's Glenn Moore, talked with Cleveland '95 producer Greg Frith about his documentary which premiered on NFL Network Wednesday night. Mary Kay Cabot also joined th…Upvote Share TweetCineSport's Tara Petrolino sits down with the New York Post's Bart Hubbuch and The Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot for their insight on Sunday's Browns vs. Giants game at Metlife Stadium.Upvote Share Tweet
Cleveland Browns and NFL A.M. Links: Josh Cribbs ready to play; Steelers lack leadership; Jordan Norwood could see more actionShould Josh Cribbs return on Sunday after last Thursday's brutal hit?Upvote Share Tweet
Likes, Dislikes, Hopes and Fears as Browns Hit the Quarter Marktheclevelandfan.com Updated Oct 4, 2012After playing four games in the span of 18 days, the Cleveland Browns find themselves at the quarter-mark of the 2012 NFL season. The Browns are 0-4 for the second time in the last four years and only one team has made the playoffs after starting a seas…Upvote Share Tweet
Preview: Cleveland Browns vs. New York GiantsOct 4NFL Films previews the Week 5 matchup between the Cleveland Browns and the New York Giants.
Countdown Daily Prediction: Browns-GiantsOct 4The NFL Live crew makes their picks for Cleveland at the New York Giants
After winning their first four games, the Arizona Cardinals' first loss ex…Oct 4After winning their first four games, the Arizona Cardinals' flaws, specifically on offense, were exposed.
Biggest NFL games of Week 5 -- John Clayton's First & 10Oct 4The NFC is the superior conference by far in 2012. That actually keeps more AFC teams in the playoff race, writes John Clayton.
The Sports Guy's Thursday NFL PickOct 4A reader named Mike in St. Louis sent me the following e-mail this week: "Simmons, football fans in St. Louis have suffered enough, compiling the wor...