The Cleveland Browns need to resign Jamie Collins and Terrelle Pryor

The Cleveland Browns have some personnel decisions to make after the season. With a roster not boasting much talent, it is paramount to keep the few playmakers they do have.  Wide receiver Terrelle Pryor Sr. and linebacker Jamie Collins Sr. are the two names that come to mind.  Both of these men have their set of storylines as far as Browns long-term plans.  Pryor is doing a...
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Cleveland Browns must stay the course

It is that time of year again in Cleveland, Ohio. A unique tradition like no other. As the ground freezes and snowflakes fall from the sky, Browns fans and media alike anxiously anticipate the news on whether the man in charge will swoop in at the end of December and had out pink slips like holiday gifts. That is right, as the Browns are in the midst of a 15-game losing streak, and...
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Are the Cleveland Browns really having a QB competition in December?

Quarterback competition in December? Only in Cleveland, unless you are Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson. With #Browns on bye week, RG3 has been fully cleared for contact. Hue Jackson will let him, Kessler, McCown practice, compete, then decide — Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) November 29, 2016 “No, no not at all. It is not a competition,” Jackson said. “Absolutely, if...
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10 hours ago

NFL Bettor’s Guide: Week 13 Browns bye week edition

Taking a look at the smart bets to make in the Week 13 edition of the Dawg Pound Daily NFL Bettor’s Guide. For only the second time this NFL season, Survivor pool players face the ultimate challenge: Who do we pick now that we can’t just pick whoever is playing the Browns? If you never […] NFL Bettor’s Guide: Week 13 Browns bye week edition - Dawg Pound Daily - Dawg Pound...
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13 hours ago

The Cleveland Browns And Their Path To Infamy

The Cleveland Browns are a sad football team. Thirtieth among NFL teams in offensive yards per game and 31st in yards allowed on defense, the Browns are a tough team to watch on Sundays. It started on draft day when the Browns traded the second overall pick to the Philadelphia Eagles so they could draft Carson Wentz. Of course Cleveland faced Wentz & Co. in Week 1, when he threw...
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Cleveland Browns: Who is Ed Reynolds?

The Cleveland Browns secondary has not been a bright spot in 2016, but safety Ed Reynolds has calmed things down since entering the starting lineup. The Cleveland Browns secondary has been a mess all season, hurt by injuries, declining skills and, like most position groups on the roster, poor drafting. So it should be no […] Cleveland Browns: Who is Ed Reynolds? - Dawg Pound Daily...
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18 hours ago

Cleveland Browns: In too deep to make any drastic changes

While the Cleveland Browns have gotten off to the worst start in franchise history, there is no need to make any drastic changes this offseason. It is no secret to anyone that the Cleveland Browns are a disaster. Year after year we seem to sit down in December and realize just how bad the team […] Cleveland Browns: In too deep to make any drastic changes - Dawg Pound Daily - Dawg...
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1 day ago

Cleveland weatherman won’t shave until the Browns win, and he’s getting awfully scruffy

Coming into this season we knew the Cleveland Browns would be bad, but we probably didn’t know they’d be THIS bad. You know, 0-12 bad outscored-by-155-points bad. And no one, other than maybe the Browns’ players and coaches, are suffering more for this putrid season than local weatherman Scott Sabol, who vowed in September that he wouldn’t shave until Cleveland won a game...
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Browns crawl into bye 0-12, but Thomas sees positive steps

CLEVELAND (AP) There's nothing Joe Thomas hasn't experienced during a stormy decade with the Cleveland Browns. Amid the firings, the hirings, the draft busts, the regime changes, the mistakes, the quarterback conundrum, the losses and, oh yes, Johnny Football, Thomas, a once-in-a-generation left tackle, has personified class and cornerstone consistency while the franchise that...
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Cleveland weatherman hasn’t, won’t shave until Browns win

A local weatherman’s promise to not shave his beard until the Cleveland Browns win a game has had either impressive or disastrous results, depending on one’s particular opinion of unkempt facial hair. Scott Sabol, a meteorologist for Cleveland’s FOX 8, showcased his out-of-control beard as his no-shave pledge was set to enter Day 84 on Wednesday. Here’s what Sabol looked...
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Terrelle Pryor believes he “could be so much better,” takes some blame for Browns struggles

Terrelle Pryor, the NFL quarterback was a big flop. Terrelle Pryor, the Cleveland Browns wide receiver? Far from a flop. In fact, most would argue he is about the only redeemable part of an 0-12 season for the Browns, notching 62 receptions for 885 yards and four touchdowns despite five different quarterbacks so far this season. However, the former Ohio State quarterback has taken...
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Cleveland Browns: Five keys to the bye week

The Cleveland Browns have had a miserable season. On top of their 0-12 record, the Browns are inexperienced, have a countless number of injuries and have been very inconsistent on both sides of the ball. Luckily, Week 13 of the NFL season will be a bye week for the Browns, and one that the team desperately needs. The week off will give head coach Hue Jackson and the players some...
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Ex-NFL exec: Browns putting players in danger by tanking

The Cleveland Browns have not won a single game through 12 weeks this season, and one former NFL executive believes they are angling for the top overall pick in next year’s draft. That same executive is concerned that the Browns are putting the safety of their players at risk. Jason Cole of Bleacher Report spoke to a former NFL exec who was critical of both the NFL and NFL Players...
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Terrelle Pryor inexplicably blames himself for Browns’ 0-12 start

The last person anyone would think to blame for the 0-12 start suffered by the Cleveland Browns is wide receiver Terrelle Pryor. After all, Pryor is easily the best player on the team and a breakout star with his 62 catches for 855 yards and four scores. It doesn’t sound like too much 12 games into a season, but go ahead and scroll through the list of names Cleveland has used at...
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Robert Griffin III lashes out at trash-talking fake Twitter account

A phony Twitter account popped up on Tuesday and received some attention for its tweets about Robert Griffin III. The account was named rgriffin88 and has already been deleted, but it had some intensely personal comments about Griffin. The tweets called out Griffin for cheating and getting into a relationship with a new woman while married. The tweets were written in the first person...
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Browns place starting guard John Greco on injured reserve

BEREA, Ohio (AP) Cleveland Browns offensive lineman John Greco has been placed on injured reserve after hurting his right foot in Sunday's loss to New York. Greco started all 12 games for the winless Browns, who have been overrun by injuries all season. He started 10 games at right guard and two at center. Greco did not miss a snap before he was injured in the third quarter of...
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Browns investigating incident where Griffin, GF were robbed

The Cleveland Browns are currently investigating an incident in which Robert Griffin III and his girlfriend claim they were robbed by a valet worker at FirstEnergy Stadium on Sunday. Grete Sadeiko, Griffin’s lady friend, tweeted that the money had been stolen from both her’s and Griffin’s wallets when they left their car in the “players and family” garage before the Browns’...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Terrelle Pryor tweets great response to Janoris Jenkins

After the Giants’ 27-13 win against the Browns on Sunday, New York cornerback Janoris Jenkins tweeted at Cleveland wide receiver Terrelle Pryor, “you a sh*t eater to me, u really sucks,” but Pryor took the high road and responded with love. Pryor called Jenkins “a great corner” and wished him luck for the rest of the season. You are a great corner. Solid defender! You...
Via The Comeback
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Browns coach Jackson emotional after 12th straight loss

CLEVELAND (AP) Hue Jackson struggled to push out the words. A season he never fathomed reached another low point on Sunday, and as Cleveland's first-year coach wrestled to put it into perspective, Jackson paused to gather himself. He tapped the side of the podium with his right hand and pursed his lips as his eyes welled up. This hurts. ''Being 0-12 is probably the hardest thing...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Hue Jackson: Robert Griffin III won’t play Sunday

In a bit of expected news, Cleveland Browns quarterback Robert Griffin III will not be in uniform for the team’s game against the New York Giants on Sunday. At least, that’s what Browns head coach Hue Jackson is telling us. #Browns Hue Jax said RG3 hasn't had the test yet to be cleared for contact; won't play Sunday vs. #Giants — Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) November...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Thomas takes shot at Browns front office

Amid the Browns’ frustration of losing to their most hated rival and still searching for their first win, left tackle Joe Thomas vented a little bit Sunday about the franchise’s rebuilding philosophy. “You’ve got to lie in the bed that you’ve made,” Thomas said, via The Chronicle-Telegram. The bed that Thomas is referring to is the absence of right tackle Mitchell Schwartz...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Terrelle Pryor lets his feelings be known about the Browns’ pass protection following Sunday’s loss

While the Cleveland Browns have gotten off to an 0-11 start this season, the team has run out a parade of quarterbacks thanks to injuries. Many of these injuries have come due to the fact Cleveland struggles to protect anyone taking snaps. Browns wide receiver, and at times this season quarterback Terrelle Pryor has noticed this struggle to protect the passer. The former Ohio State...
Via The Comeback
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Terrelle Pryor is fed up with Browns’ offensive line

Frustration has to be boiling over for the Cleveland Browns following their latest loss. Now at 0-11 on the season after dropping a one-sided affair to the Pittsburgh Steelers, Cleveland is just five losses away from becoming the second team in NFL history to go winless during a 16-game regular season. None of this is due to the presence of quarterback-turned-receiver Terrelle Pryor...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

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