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No longer focused on velocity, Ubaldo finds top formMLB.com Sep 17, 2013There are times when Ubaldo Jimenez is tempted to take a peek at the reading on a stadium's radar gun. The Indians' starter allows himself to look every now and then, but he is no longer consumed with pitch velocity like he was over the past two seasons…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Sep 17, 2013At a time when the precise status of Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden’s right thumb is unclear, one thing that is clear is that the Browns have clearly disputed any notion that it could shut Weeden down for the season. Per Mary Kay Cabot of the Clevela…Share Tweet
The case for sticking with Littleclevelandbrowns.com Sep 17, 2013Browns Senior Editor Vic Carucci makes the case for the team to hang onto troubled wide receiver Greg Little.Share Tweet
Cleveland Browns' QB conversation: Still crazy after all these years -- Bud Shaw's Sports SpinIt's time for another great quarterback debate in Cleveland, even if there's nothing really worth talking about.Share Tweet
Was the 2012 playoff appearance a mirage for the Minnesota Vikings? Chris Fedor's Scouting ReportWhat are the Browns up against this weekend? Chris Fedor gives his scouting report of the Minnesota Vikings.Share Tweet
The NBA’s 10 Most Outrageous Guarantees Of The Last 20 Yearsdimemag.com Sep 17, 2013The other day, while I read the article in which Jason Terry mocked J.R. Smith’s recent championship guarantee, something regarding the whole situation hit me: Up until that moment, there really hadn’t been much of an outcry from anyone in the basketbal…Share Tweet
Breaking down the Browns defense, Week 2: Aggressive defenders gave team a chance to beat RavensEach week in the 2013 football season, Dennis Manoloff analyzes Ray Horton's 'attacking defense.'Share Tweet
The Numbing Sameness of It All, Again--Ravens Editiontheclevelandfan.com Sep 17, 2013The real trick when writing about the Cleveland Browns is how to extricate yourself from the numbing sameness of it all, again in order to force the fingers to push keys as you struggle to say something, anything remotely new. Watching the Browns lose t…Share Tweet
Browns schedule pick-the-winners challenge: Nearly everyone foresaw a lossHere are this week's results from the Browns Schedule Challenge.Share TweetThey don't call him Big Game James for nothing. They also don't call it a strike ZONE for nothing. There was a multitude of things last night. This is playoff baseball though, so no excuses. Onto the next one today, but let's take a quick look back at l…Share Tweet
Browns links: More wrong turnsESPN.com Sep 17, 2013A look at what's happening on the Cleveland Browns' beat: Wide receiver Greg Little returned home from the loss in Baltimore and was cited by police early Monday morning for three traffic violations in a single stop, according to The Plain Dealer. This …Share Tweetdeadspin.com Sep 17, 2013Cincinnati 20, Pittsburgh 10: The Steelers are 0-2 and the Bengals are 1-1 after tonight's Monday Night Football rivalry from the AFC Hey-We-All-Get-To-Play-The-Browns-Twice. There wasn't a whole lot of offense, but the game, like the Bengals twitter ac…Share Tweet
Indians Rally Past RoyalsSep 17Baseball Tonight Spotlight: The Indians scored five-unanswered runs en route to a 5-3 win over the Royals.
NFL -- NFC East no longer a beast - John Clayton mailbagSep 17John Clayton's mailbag: The NFC East has gotten beat up early, and its struggles were easy to foresee.
Don Banks: Andy Reid's return to Philadelphia a historic trip back in timeSep 17He is the only man having already made the same trip down memory lane that Andy Reid faces this week in his much-anticipated return to Philadelphia, and somewhat predictably, he predicted cheers will greet his fellow former Eagles coach Thursday night a…
Don't Be Fooled: The Future of Offense Is SimplicitySep 17Stanford’s Kevin Hogan gets the offense set against Army. - (Frank DiBrango/Icon SMI) WEST POINT, N.Y. — The future of offensive football doesn’t have to be no-huddle, and it doesn’t have to be breakneck. It just has to be varied, and it has to put thou…