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Browns owner apologizes amid FBI investigation

Browns owner apologizes amid FBI investigation Updated May 7, 2013
Embarrassed by a federal investigation of fraud inside his truck-stop company, Browns owner Jimmy Haslam apologized to Cleveland fans and promised to bring the city a winning team.
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  • Video - Marvin Lewis one-on-one 01:34

    Marvin Lewis one-on-one

    May 7
    Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis talks with Kimberly Jones about coordinators Mike Zimmer and Jay Gruden being prime candidates in the future for head coaching positions and the recent acquisition of linebacker James Harrison.
  • Video - Rolando McClain's future in Baltimore 00:57

    Rolando McClain's future in Baltimore

    May 7
    Embattled linebacker Rolando McClain's future with the Baltimore Ravens is in doubt. McClain was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest nine days after signing a one-year contract with the Ravens.
  • Video - The Sports Car: Terence Newman 08:23

    The Sports Car: Terence Newman

    May 7
    Cincinnati Bengals safety Terence Newman puts down his guard on his travels through Los Angeles with Dave Dameshek.

Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: Jets owner closes door on Tebow era, but not QB competition

    May 7
    PHILADELPHIA -- Opting for dramatic understatement, New York Jets owner Woody Johnson summarized his team's failed Tim Tebow experiment as "something that didn't work for us,'' and acknowledged for the first time "the fit obviously wasn't perf…
  • Jim Trotter: States, former players trying to level NFL playing field on w…

    May 7
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Reggie Williams' movements are as labored as his breathing. While others walk the halls of the state Capitol with apparent ease, the 58-year-old former Cincinnati Bengals linebacker struggles to get around. He has a crutch under ea…
  • Peter King: Nobody balances need vs. value better than the Ravens; mail

    May 7
    The fashionable thing to say for men who run drafts is they'll set their boards and honor them and take the best player available. I believe general managers approach drafts that way, but when it comes time to pull the trigger, they're going to pay more…