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Cleveland Browns' 100 best all-time players: No. 42, Paul Wiggin (video)Updated Feb 14 Share TweetThe Browns were a perennial contender during Wiggin's career, in part because of his strong and smart play at defensive end.
Brandon Weeden best QB for Browns in 2013, Michael Bourn implications and improving Dion: Blog RoundupUpdated Feb 14 Share TweetHere are what blogs from Cleveland and around the country are saying about the Browns, Cavaliers and Indians. Featured today are Dawgs By Nature, Wahoo's On First and Rebuilding Since 1964.
Saturday's MAC MatchupsUpdated Feb 14 Share TweetThe tip times in Saturday’s MAC basketball action are spread throughout the day, beginning at 11 a.m. and the nightcap tips at 7:30 p.m., so it’s a full day of hoops in the conference. Just five conference games remain for everybody but Ohio and EasteShare TweetThis is one installment in a team effort by The Cleveland Fan, highlighting the top local sports figures by jersey number. Please weigh in with your thoughts on the Boards. And as David Letterman would say, “For entertainment purposes only; please, noShare TweetOn today's PD Sports Insider, Bud Shaw, Dennis Manolof and cleveland.com's Glenn Moore talked with Mary Kay Cabot about the Browns and what they could do with the No. 6 pick. Paul Hoynes joined the crew from Arizona and talked about the latest Tribe mov…
PFT Live 02/14: Tony Grossi, Cardinals & Bills To Do ListUpdated Feb 14 Share TweetMike Florio talks with Tony Grossi of ESPN Cleveland about Owner Jimmy Haslam’s decision to return to his former job as CEO of Pilot Flying J. Though Haslam assures that nothing will change, Browns fans aren’t taking his absentee ownership role well.Share TweetThe White Sox, Royals, Indians and Twins enter spring training with their important questions, writes Cliff Corcoran, but the biggest one is: Can any of them catch the Tigers?Source: CNNSI.comShare TweetWell, well, well, this week's Trevor Bauer saga just got a lot more interesting ... and rhymey. Making the rounds is a new song from Bauer's rap group, Consummate 4Sight called "You Don't Know Me," which has some sharply worded rhymes when you…Share TweetBrowns owner Jimmy Haslam raised a bit of a flap in Cleveland recently and we’ll have Tony Grossi of ESPNCleveland.com on PFT Live Thursday to talk about it. Haslam announced that he’d be going back to his role as CEO of Pilot Flying J, the family bus
Cleveland Browns and NFL A.M. Links: Brandon Weeden could have been the top QB in this year's draft; Terrelle Pryor may get hisUpdated Feb 14 Share TweetMel Kiper Jr. plays the "what could have happened" game.
Cleveland Sports Vault: 1977-1980. Ted Stepien, Mike Zarefoss and Cleveland SoftballUpdated Feb 14 Share TweetMen’s amateur slow-pitch softball exploded in the 1970s. On any day of the week, teams could be found slugging it out on baseball fields all over the country.Share TweetThe best finish in all of the NBA last night went down in Cleveland when the Cavs and Spurs traded potentially game-winning buckets. This C.J. Miles dunk wasn’t one of them, but it was probably the best slam of the night. He drove to his off hand and duSource: dimemag.comShare TweetGive new Browns owner Jimmy Haslam credit for one thing, he recognizes quickly when he’s stepped in it. He created the impression he was going to be another absentee owner when he reclaimed his old role as CEO of Pilot Flying J, the family truck stop buShare TweetIt’s not often you hear Vince Carter‘s name mentioned with Larry Bird‘s. But before you start in with the “Wince” jokes, know that he’s been one of the most surprising players this season, playing like he’s 30 years old again. In Dallas’ 2Source: dimemag.comShare TweetA brief defensive lapse and an on-target triple from Kawhi Leonard lifted the visiting Spurs over the Cavaliers by a whisker tonight at the Q, 96-95. Leonard’s shot-which came with just 2.9 seconds remaining-- sent the Wine & Gold into the All-Star br
Uni Watch: Native American nicknamesFeb 14Paul Lukas discusses the controversy surrounding the name of one of the NFL's most storied franchises.
Adande: The changing fortunes of the Clippers and LakersFeb 14Clippers, Lakers are headed in opposite directions, taking the other's road for a change.
Michael Jordan birthday recalls greatness not surpassed by LeBron James do…Feb 14Michael Jordan's 50th birthday serves to remind those stuck in the moment of the greatness of his legacy.