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Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Phil Taylor picked up a 15-yard penalty in Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens for slapping running back Ray Rice in the helmet. Taylor wouldn’t say what led him to hit Rice but hinted that Rice spit him on. Rave…Upvote Share Tweet
A few thoughts on the Cincinnati Bengals' 20-10 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers: What it means: We're only two weeks into the regular season, but already the AFC North race is beginning to take the shape that most anticipated during the offseason. With…Upvote Share TweetBrowns quarterback Brandon Weeden's thumb is only sprained.Upvote Share Tweetyahoo.com Updated Sep 16, 2013As the pennant races heat up, Big League Stew takes a closer look at some of the biggest series down the stretch. Cleveland Indians at Kansas City Royals SITUATION: It's mid-September and the Cleveland Indians and Kansas City Royals are both playoff con…Upvote Share Tweet
WWE's Miz 'honored' to visit Bereaclevelandbrowns.com Updated Sep 16, 2013WWE’s Mike “The Miz” Mizanin is a lifelong Browns fan and enjoyed the opportunity to visit the team’s Berea headquarters Monday.Upvote Share TweetCINCINNATI -- There were few surprises on the inactive lists for both the Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers that were released before Monday night's game. Pittsburgh's list of inactives include tight end Heath Miller (knee) and running back Le'…Upvote Share Tweet
Cleveland Browns' offensive line offering Brandon Weeden little protection in first two games: Browns InsiderBrowns have surrendered a league-high 11 sacks. Weeden was sacked 28 times all of last season.Upvote Share Tweet
You want hope? Look at the defenseclevelandbrowns.com Updated Sep 16, 2013Browns Senior Editor Vic Carucci says the team’s defense offers a legitimate reason for hope in the face of a 0-2 start and poor offense.Upvote Share Tweet
Cleveland Browns' Greg Little is having trouble on the field and area motorwaysThree traffic citations end a dreadful 12-hour stretch for the receiver, who had another tough outing in Baltimore.Upvote Share TweetNow that he has served a league-mandated, two-game suspension, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon is ready to make his mark on the offense.Upvote Share Tweet
The Calla-Way: It really doesn’t take a whole lot to figure ou…theclevelandfan.com Updated Sep 16, 2013It really doesn’t take a whole lot to figure out why the Indians are in a playoff race deep into September. Big money free agents Nick Swisher, who has gotten going of late, and Michael Bourn are having more of a supplemental effect on this season’s pla…Upvote Share Tweet
Lack of elite offensive talent, Barkevious Mingo's debut, Brandon Weeden losing his chance: Browns Blog RoundupHere are what blogs from Cleveland and around the country are saying about the Browns. Featured today are 92.3 The Fan, Dawg Pound Daily and Waiting For Next Year.Upvote Share Tweet
Rodriguez Wasn’t Hit, but Yankees Pitchers Werenytimes.com Updated Sep 16, 2013The Red Sox took six of seven games in the past two weeks from the Yankees, who stayed in the wild-card race because the two leaders, Texas and Tampa Bay, continued to stumble.Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Updated Sep 16, 2013The Colts worked out rookie running back Miguel Maysonet last Tuesday. Six days later, they added the former Eagles and Browns back to their practice squad. The Colts announced the signing of Maysonet, an undrafted free agent from Stony Brook University…Upvote Share Tweetdeadspin.com Updated Sep 16, 2013After the second play of the Browns-Ravens game, Cleveland tackle Phil Taylor earned a flag for slapping Ray Rice's helmet. Taylor insinuated that he was retaliating for something Rice had done.Read more...Upvote Share TweetAn examination of four hot issues from the Baltimore Ravens' 14-6 win over the Cleveland Browns: What a rush: This is what the Ravens had envisioned from their pass rush: 12 quarterback hits and five sacks. Not surprisingly, Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dume…Upvote Share Tweetyahoo.com Updated Sep 16, 2013What do Kansas City Royals ace James Shields, Cleveland Indians left-hander Scott Kazmir and Texas Rangers righty Matt Garza have in common? They all were part of the Tampa Bay Rays' World Series starting rotation in 2008, and they're all starting games…Upvote Share TweetTalk Browns with Mary Kay Cabot and Glenn Moore at 3 p.m.Upvote Share Tweet
The often-scorned field goal is all Cleveland Browns fans have to look forward to right now: Bill LivingstonCLEVELAND, Ohio – Former Browns coach Pat Shurmur and I once had a spirited discussion about the team’s personnel. Much of the spirit came from Shurmur, who couldn’t publicly say what he probably thought about cornerback Joe Haden, who had...Upvote Share Tweet
More traffic violations for Greg Littleprofootballtalk.com Updated Sep 16, 2013Browns wide receiver Greg Little doesn’t need to worry about getting on the same page as quarterback Brandon Weeden. What he needs is a bus pass. According to WOIO 19 in Cleveland, Little was cited early this morning for a stop sign violation, change of…Upvote Share Tweet
Morning Rundown: What's Left To Say? SUPPORT THE TRIBE!theclevelandfan.com Updated Sep 16, 2013This is it people. This is freaking it. If you don't make it a point to go down to the ballpark for one of the final home games in the next two weeks, you need to stop this charade. You either support this team or you get off the bandwagon. If you don't…Upvote Share Tweet
Browns Keeping All QB Options OpenSep 16Eric Allen discusses who should start at quarterback for the Browns if Brandon Weeden is unable to play in Week 3.
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice and Cleveland Browns nose tackle Phil Taylor have heated exchangeSep 16Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice and Cleveland Browns nose tackle Phil Taylor exchange words after an unnecessary roughness penalty.
Concerns For Teams Heading Into The PlayoffsSep 16Baseball Tonight Minute: The Baseball Tonight crew looks at some of the concerns for the Rangers, the Indians and the Braves.
12’s the Magic NumberSep 16The Seattle crowd made life difficult on the 49ers, to say the least. - (Elaine Thompson/AP) Thirty years of covering the NFL demands you have perspective after a night like last night. After all, it’s Week 2. Arizona won in Foxboro in Week 2 last year.…