Forbes: Cavs ranked as No. 2 company to work for in all of sports

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Good new for those aspiring to work in sports within the state of Ohio: You have some of the best options in the country. According to Forbes, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Ohio State University athletics department are among the best in all the land with both being among the top five and Dan Gilbert’s Cavs


Play Ball: Indians spring season begins with McAllister audition

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Finally, the long winter season without baseball games has ended as the Cleveland Indians opened the Cactus League season with a game against their spring baseball partner Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday afternoon. Given that the Indians brought back nearly everyone and did not make any big moves in the offseason (with apologies to Brandon Moss),


“I guarantee every team in the league would take his defense and be thrilled.”

Michael Brantley

The way defensive metrics rate Cleveland Indians outfielder Michael Brantley has officially perplexed Terry Francona. In an interview conducted a few days back in Goodyear, Arizona, Francona admitted that, while he has been in the game for quite some time, he has no idea why advanced analytics rate the MVP candidate so poorly. “I have no


Justin Gilbert working out with Joe Haden

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Through all of the distractions that the Cleveland Browns had to endure with regard to quarterback Johnny Manziel, it was fellow first-rounder Justin Gilbert who drew the ire of his veteran teammates. One of the veterans who spoke about Gilbert was fellow cornerback and first-round draft pick Joe Haden, a player who also came in


Brian Hartline to visit Browns today


Josh Alper at PFT reported this morning that Canton native and former Buckeye Brian Hartline is visiting with the Browns today. The 2009 fourth round draft choice of Miami had a rough year for the Dolphins where he saw his role reduced in their offense and ended up with a mere 39 receptions for 474


James Harden suspended for groin kick to LeBron James

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The NBA has announced that Houston Rockets guard, James Harden, has been suspended for one game without pay for his flagrant foul against the Cavaliers on Sunday. Specifically he’s being suspended for kicking LeBron James. In case you don’t remember… NBA suspends James Harden one game for kicking LeBron James in yesterday's game. — Tom


CSU’s Lewis, Grady, Lee earn All-Horizon League honors

While their recent loss to Valparaiso was quite the storm cloud, there is a silver lining to the end of the Cleveland State Vikings’ regular season: Trey Lewis, Anton Grady, and Charlie Lee all earned All-Horizon League honors. Grady and Lewis (pictured above) were both named to the all-league first team, while Grady and Lee


Tribe comes out glowing in Grantland’s MLB preview

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Can a team that fell short of the playoffs and didn’t make many headlines in the offseason actually be among the favorites heading in to the next year? If you ask Grantland’s Jonah Keri, that answer is a resounding ‘Yes’ as the Cleveland Indians are ranked fifth in his 2015 MLB Preview. Keri makes sure


Food, beer and a chance to win Indians Opening Day tickets—who’s in?

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With less than 40 days remaining until the Cleveland Indians’ Opening Day tilt against the Detroit Tigers, the team is giving fans a chance to win a pair of the highly coveted tickets all while incorporating some of their new, highly delicious partners. On Tuesday, March 3 fans can enter to win a chance to


Former Browns linebacker, Kaluka Maiava, goes to jail


Former Browns linebacker Kaluka Maiava has turned himself in to serve a jail sentence for assault. It’s only a 15-day sentence for what sounds like a bar fight back in 2013 where Maiava and his brother reportedly walked up to two men and “punched them repeatedly.” “This conviction will have an adverse effect on his


Baron Davis wants to make a comeback, has talked with Cavs

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Once an All-Star, Baron Davis, who is currently in retirement, wants to make a comeback. According to TMZ, Davis is in talks to return to the NBA and has had discussions with multiple playoff contenders. Among the playoff contenders that have talked to Davis are two of his former teams, the Los Angeles Clippers and Cleveland


Cleveland State falls to Valparaiso

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“This game really hurt.” Those were among Trey Lewis’ words after the Cleveland State Vikings lost 56-53 at home to the Valparaiso Crusaders late Friday night. The Vikings made it close in the final minutes, but they struggled to score all game long and were chasing Valpo almost from the opening tip. The win clinches the


Cleveland Browns agree to three-year deal with Josh McCown

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In the endless search for a quarterback, the Cleveland Browns have agreed to terms with Josh McCown. The Browns were known to be interested in the quarterback, who visited the team this week. Mark Kay Cabot of the Plain Dealer first reported the signing. The team confirmed the deal. “Josh is your consummate professional,” Browns


LeBron James and Kyrie Irving out for Friday night’s game at the Indiana Pacers

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The Cleveland Cavaliers won a huge, nationally televised game over the Golden State Warrior on Thursday night, but it came at a cost. Kyrie Irving suffered a shoulder injury in the third quarter, sending him to the locker room for the latter part of the quarter. Although he eventually returned, it was clear the shoulder


Ray Allen won’t be signing with the Cavs

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Though they were once thought to be leaders in the clubhouse, the Cleveland Cavaliers will not be signing future Hall of Famer Ray Allen. ESPN’s Brian Windhorst reports via ESPN Cleveland that Allen may not play for any team this season, but if he does choose to lace them back up, it won’t be with


Kyrie Irving to undergo MRI after injuring shoulder

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Some unsettling news came out shortly following perhaps the Cavaliers’ best win all season, topping the Golden State Warriors by a 110-99 margin in the Q. Kyrie Irving, who suffered a left shoulder injury in the third quarter of Thursday’s contest, will undergo a MRI on Friday morning in Cleveland. He is currently listed as


Todd McShay upgrades the Browns selections to DeVante Parker and Ereck Flowers in latest mock

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In the last installment of Todd McShay’s mock draft, we were treated to a possible worst case scenario of drafting a project RT and an inconsistent WR-TE hybrid with our two 1st round selections.1 Thankfully, in the post-combine update to his mock draft, those choices are no longer given to the Browns even though he


Indians to offer $13 and $10 ticket options for 2015

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Though the snow is tearing through the streets of Cleveland, the Indians are making plans to incorporate their new right field amenities within their ticket sales. Though not included in Opening Day and any multi-game packages, the $13 “District Ticket” will provide fans with the experience of the two-story Right Field District at Progressive Field


Browns considering former Buckeye Ted Ginn Jr

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In the day where players tend to be better recruiters than their coaches, could Donte Whitner have enough pull to get fellow Clevelander Ted Ginn Jr. to be the next member of the Cleveland Browns? According to multiple reports, Whitner has been in talks with head coach Mike Pettine about adding the veteran receiver to


The Ten Percent That Matters: Indians Spring Training Notes

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Reams of information are digitally thrown around during Spring Training. In the end, I would estimate that only 10% of it really matters. The catch? We will not know which 10% until May (at the earliest). All Cleveland Indians fans should be informed, however, so I will post the potentially important nuggets of information and we