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Terry Pluto's Talkin' ... about the revamped Cleveland Browns, the Tribe's likely leadoff man and the Cavs' future plansUpdated Jan 19 Share TweetThe Browns -- surprise -- dominate this week's notes column from Terry Pluto.
Smelley recalls Senior Bowl experienceUpdated Jan 19 Share TweetBrowns tight end/fullback Brad Smelley was happy to participate in the Senior Bowl in front of the University of Alabama fans.Source: clevelandbrowns.com
Fan excitement is palpable at Tribe FestUpdated Jan 19 Share TweetThe excitement for Indians baseball was apparent on Saturday at Progressive Field, where fans were taking in this winter's Tribe Fest.Source: MLB.com
Indians nearing deal with utility man RaburnUpdated Jan 19 Share TweetThe Indians are nearing a deal with free-agent utility player Ryan Raburn in an effort to strengthen their bench.Source: MLB.com
NFL Outsider Picks - Playoffs - Conference ChampionshipsUpdated Jan 19 Share TweetAnother week, another Banner decision (you see what I did there?). Beloved former Browns exec Mike Lombardi was snatched away from the NFL Network this week to become Cleveland's new de facto GM. For a moment, set aside the cronyism and the mediocre-to-…Source: theclevelandfan.com
This Day in Browns History - Jan. 19Updated Jan 19 Share TweetIn this series, ClevelandBrowns.com looks back to the Browns' draft on Jan. 19, 1951.Source: clevelandbrowns.comShare TweetA new regime and a new era in Cleveland Browns football. That’s what fans were promised when Jimmy Haslam bought the team from Randy Lerner, cleaned out team president Mike Holmgren, general manager Tom Heckert and coach Pat Shurmur and installed Joe BaShare TweetGiven his background on offense, Browns rookie coach Rob Chudzinski needed someone like Ray Horton to be in charge of the defense.Share TweetKevin Durant was smoking, and then all of a sudden, he wasn’t. In the first nine minutes and change of the fourth quarter, the man who scored 52 points and had nine rebounds in Oklahoma City’s 117-114 OT win over Dallas was about as hot as the Cavs inSource: dimemag.comShare TweetAll the rage, pardon the pun, on Friday was to talk about Chris Perez’s new contract with the Cleveland Indians. He avoided arbitration by signing a one-year deal for $7.3M for the 2013 season. Instantly, various articles and Tweets began popping up aboSource: theclevelandfan.com