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Browns still jumpy over offside call

BEREA, Ohio (AP) The Browns are still a little jumpy over an offside call late in last week's loss at San Diego. Cornerback Tramon Williams was penalized when he appeared to beat the snap before Chargers rookie kicker Josh Lambo pushed his 39-yard field-goal attempt to the right. The ball was moved 5 yards closer and Lambo drilled a 34-yarder after time expired for a 30-27 win....
Via AP on Fox
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Browns working CB Justin GIlbert out at receiver

Things haven't worked out as planned for 2014 No. 8 overall pick Justin Gilbert as a cornerback. Could a change of position be in store in Cleveland? Gilbert has been buried on the depth chart despite his lofty draft status, and he seems to have taken up full-time residence in Browns head coach Mike Pettine's dog house. Unable to surpass a player who was selected three rounds after...
Via Fox Sports
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Karlos Dansby: Giving up big plays 'not a trend' for Browns

The Browns defense was supposed to be the strength of the team, but they’ve been susceptible to the big play this year. In San Diego, the Browns gave up a 68-yarder to Dontrelle Inman, a 61-yarder to Danny Woodhead, a 31-yarder to Keenan Allen, and a 20-yarder to Malcolm Floyd. That was just the passing game. In the rushing game, the Browns didn’t give up a ton of yards overall...
Via Waiting For Next Year
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NFL tells Browns CB Tramon Williams he wasn’t offside on field goal vs. Chargers

Forget about a missed illegal batting call. The NFL made a mess of more than just one game-deciding call in Week 4. According to Cleveland Browns cornerback Tramon Williams, the NFL has admitted to wrongfully flagging him for being offside on San Diego’s first game-winning field goal attempt last Sunday. “The coaches sent in the tape questioning it, because like I said, it...
Via The Sports Daily
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Mike Pettine on Joe Haden's toughness: 'Joe wanted to be out there. He wanted to play'

While many are questioning Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden's lack of toughnness after he sat out last week's game against San Diego with a a broken finger and a rib injury, head coach Mike Pettine is coming to his defense, saying the player was indeed hurt enough to warrant an absence. "Joe wanted to be out there. He wanted to play. But just in his assessment, did not want...
Via 60 Max Power O
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NFL: Tramon Williams was not offside on missed Chargers 4th quarter FG

The Cleveland Browns lost in depressing fashion in Week 4, but the NFL reportedly responded to a team inquiry with an interesting reply. “It came back that I wasn’t offside,” Tramon Williams said, per Mary Kay Cabot of Northeast Ohio Media Group. “I moved when the ball was snapped.” The Browns thought they were going to […] The post NFL: Tramon Williams was not offside...
Via Browns Beat
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Harbaugh advises Ravens to not take the Browns lightly…

The Browns have a very strong front seven on defense. John Harbaugh made a point of that on Wednesday. The rumors swirling around Baltimore on Wednesday were about Ozzie Newsome’s working the phones and trying to pick up a disgrunted wide receiver from another team in a trade, with the most notable names in that bunch being Roddy White (Atlanta), Anquan Boldin (San Francisco...
Via Ravens Football Machine
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Pettine clarifies remarks about Haden sitting out vs. Chargers

After Sunday’s loss to the San Diego Chargers, Browns head coach Mike Pettine said that Joe Haden “made the decision that he didn’t want to go,” which immediately became the talking point du jour. Was Pettine calling Haden out? Was he questioning the cornerback’s toughness or desire to play? Exactly how much of the sky were we to believe was falling? Haden’s teammates...
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Johnny Manziel's grandfather's lake house burns down

A lake house in Texas that is owned by Johnny Manziel’s grandfather was destroyed by a fire early Wednesday morning, and investigators suspect there may have been foul play. Fortunately, there was no one inside the Lake Taylor home at the time it burned down. The house, which belongs to Paul Manziel, was too engulfed...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Josh McCown, Craig Robertson defend Joe Haden

Cornerback Joe Haden sat out the Browns latest game — a particularly inventive 30-27 loss to the San Diego Chargers — with a broken finger. He had also picked up an injury to his ribs in the Browns’ loss to the Oakland Raiders. Haden said Friday before the San Diego game that he would be able to play. He was listed as probable on the official injury report but was inactive...
Via Waiting For Next Year
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Browns’ Mike Pettine, Not Ray Farmer, Is On Hot Seat

It would be tedious and shockingly time-consuming to recount every gut-wrenching, last-second defeat the Cleveland Browns have suffered since 1999, to the point that Sunday’s loss to San Diego – in which an offside penalty against Tramon Williams gave the Chargers a second chance at a game-winning field goal – seemed almost expected. Still, dropping […] The post Browns...
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Tedy Bruschi: Always Feels Good To Beat Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys historically are one of the top franchises in the NFL, so it’s hard to see any opponent overlooking them. However, the 2015 Cowboys have lost two in a row after quarterback Tony Romo suffered a fractured clavicle. Dallas is also without top wideout Dez Bryant and running back Lance Dunbar, who is out for the season after tearing his ACL and MCL. So if there...
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NFL looking into why Joe Haden was deactivated

The NFL is looking into why cornerback Joe Haden was listed on the injury report as “probable” by the Cleveland Browns but did not play in Sunday’s game against the San Diego Chargers Week 4. A player listed as probable means just what the tag indicates; the player has a 75 percent chance of playing...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Monday Media Review: What are we saying about the Browns?

Another week, another heartbreaking loss for the Cleveland Browns. The Browns stuck with the theme of the past fifteen years by finding yet another gut-wrenching way to lose an NFL game. The offense looked great, Josh McCown put the Browns in position to win the game and the defense let us down again. Let’s take a look at what people are talking about the day after with our Monday...
Via cover32
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Report: 49ers bringing Terrelle Pryor in for a workout

The San Francisco 49ers are reportedly bringing in Terrelle Pryor for a workout at the receiver position. After starting out the season with a 1-3 record and seeing the offense sputter badly the past couple of games, the 49ers brass apparently feels there might be some benefit to having Pryor on the roster. Rand Getlin of NFL Network first reported on this developing story. While...
Via Sportsnaut
3 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Cleveland Browns RB Duke Johnson Scores First NFL Touchdown

The Cleveland Browns were able to generate some offense Sunday against the San Diego Chargers. Josh McCown had over 300 yards passing on the day including a 34-yard touchdown to rookie running back Duke Johnson in the second quarter that gave the team a 10-7 lead at the time.While the Browns ended up losing in the end it will be a game Johnson will never forget since it was his first...
Via FatManWriting
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Browns Lose to Chargers in Most Browns Way Possible

The Chargers were missing three starting offensive linemen and a starting defensive back. Tight end Antonio Gates was suspended.  During the course of the game, they lost two wide receivers and another DB to injuries. But Philip Rivers (23-38, 358 yards, 3 TD) still found a way to lead his team to a winning field goal drive in the final […] The post Browns Lose to Chargers...
Via Browns Beat
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Dwayne Bowe Finally Healthy Enough To Prove His Worth To The Cleveland Browns

At one time, wide receiver Dwayen Bowe looked like he was going to be the next big thing. Back in 2010 he caught 72 balls for over 1100 yards and 15 touchdowns. He followed that up with another solid season in '11 with 82 receptions for over 1100 yards, but since then he has slowly fallen off the radar.Was it his fault? Was it because he didn't have a good quarterback in Kansas City...
Via FatManWriting
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Browns hint at working Manziel into game against Chargers

Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator John DeFilippo on Thursday revealed there is a package of plays tailored for Johnny Manziel ready to go for the team’s showdown against the San Diego Chargers. And while they plays have been apparently included in the game plan, DeFilippo stopped short of saying the Brown would actually run any of them. “That’s always a possibility...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Sapp pleads guilty to domestic violence case in Las Vegas

Former NFL defensive lineman Warren Sapp has pled guilty to domestic violence charges stemming from an incident in Las Vegas over the summer. Originally, Sapp was charged on three counts of battery constituting domestic violence, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. However, the prosecution dropped two of the charges in exchange for the plea of guilty. “Sapp must pay...
Via Sportsnaut
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Three reasons Cleveland Browns fans should be optimistic about facing the Chargers

I know what you’re thinking. “Optimistic? What is this guy crazy? After we just lost at home to the Raiders?” Yes, after we just lost at home to the Raiders. Multiple things went wrong early for the Browns in week three, with the team digging itself a hole that they were almost able to climb out of. But if the Browns start that game better, maybe they find a way to squeak out...
Via cover32
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Hawkins refutes report team is upset over Manziel sitting

A report came out on Monday saying players on the Cleveland Browns were furious that Josh McCown got the start over Johnny Manziel in Week 3. The report by TMZ featured anonymous players reportedly extremely mad that Manziel wasn’t getting a chance to continue what he started in Week 2, when he led the Browns to a victory over the Tennessee Titans. “I love both Johnny and...
Via Sportsnaut
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Anonymous Browns players furious Manziel was benched

    The Cleveland Browns are not yet ready to hand Johnny Manziel the keys to their franchise, and several of Manziel’s teammates don’t understand what the team is waiting for. TMZ Sports spoke with several anonymous Browns players this week who all agreed that Manziel should be starting over Josh McCown. One player was quite animated about it. “I love both Johnny and...
Via Larry Brown Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

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