• Browns make changes at cornerback

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Sep 20, 2012
    While it's easy for Browns fans and some Browns veterans Consider that the Browns had only two games in 2011 scoring more than 17 points at all. His No. 32 is retired by the Browns. Eight in a row, that's how many games the Browns have lost dating back to last season. Brown's absence - he was one of 16 Browns Hall of Fame members enshrined - overshadowed the event. BEREA, Ohio - The Buffalo Bills are coming off a blowout victory over the Kansas City Chiefs, and they're coming to Cleveland against an 0-2 team with a rookie quarterback.So you know what that means?The Bills are not taking anything for granted, not only because they lost to Cincinnati Bengals rookie quarterback Andy Dalton last year, but more because the Bills have not won on the road in more than a year.So one of the plans to help them get into the win column will be putting pressure on quarterback Brandon Weeden.Trent Richardson is looking forward to meeting with Jim Brown .
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Cleveland Browns cornerback Sheldon Brown says his role has been reduced and he could have played more in Cincinnati

      The veteran defensive back says he will not make waves if he does not play as much as he expects and will continue to mentor the young players in the secondary.
      Source: cleveland.com
    • Cleveland Browns and NFL A.M. Links: Buffalo Bills not overlooking Browns; Sheldon Brown's role reduced; Brandon Weeden can set

      The Browns are winless, but the Buffalo Bills are not overconfident about Sunday's game.
      Source: cleveland.com
  • Browns vs. Bills features strength vs. strength

    The Browns’ pass rush will face a Buffalo front line that has yet to allow a sack in two games this season.
  • Cleveland Browns finally might have an offense worth watching: Terry Pluto

    The offensive output in Cincinnati has Terry actually looking forward to watching Sunday's game against the Bills.
    Source: cleveland.com
  • Browns want to mend fences with legend Brown

    BEREA, Ohio (AP) Browns president Mike Holmgren wants to patch things up with Jim Brown.
    Source: CNNSI.com

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