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The Weekend Wrap: One of our favorite past times as Clevelanders an…theclevelandfan.com Updated Feb 3, 2013One of our favorite past times as Clevelanders and as Browns fans is debating the quarterback position. As I watch Colin Kaepernick take on the Ravens in the Super Bowl I can't help but get drawn into that very debate myself and wonder whether the guy K…Upvote Share Tweetbrownsgab.com Updated Feb 3, 2013Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting that 49ers will attempt to trade quarterback Alex Smith this offseason. Some believe they will be able to do it because there is not a great supply of available quarterbacks and there is a demand for Smith. Browns offe…Upvote Share Tweettheclevelandfan.com Updated Feb 3, 2013This is one instalment in a team effort by The Cleveland Fan, highlighting the top local sports figures by jersey number. Please weigh in with your thoughts, in the Forum. As David Letterman would say, “For entertainment purposes only; please, no wageriUpvote Share Tweetdimemag.com Updated Feb 3, 2013Before last night’s Thunder/Cavs games, OKC coach Scott Brooks was told that Irving is only 20 years old. “That’s scary,” Brooks replied. Not as scary as what he would see a few hours later with his front row seat to the Kyrie Irving Show. Here’Upvote Share Tweet
This Day in Browns History - Feb. 3clevelandbrowns.com Updated Feb 3, 2013In this feature, ClevelandBrowns.com looks back to the day Jim Shofner left the team as quarterbacks coach.Upvote Share Tweet
Don Banks: Elite or not, Flacco now stands alone; more SnapsFeb 3NEW ORLEANS -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight from a most eventful and entertaining Super Bowl XLVII in the Superdome, a 34-31 Baltimore victory over San Francisco in the kind of knock-down, drag-out battle that brothers always seem to…
Super Bowl XLVII -- Ravens-49ers won't soon be forgottenFeb 3From a blackout to the 49ers' rally to Ray Lewis' last stand, it was a lights-out Super Bowl, writes John Clayton.