Browns, Manziel unlikely to be featured on HBO’s “Hard Knocks”

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The Cleveland Browns are one of a handful of NFL teams who could potentially be named to being featured in HBO’s “Hard Knocks,” a reality television show that serves to document the Training Camp of one team, but it appears they may have avoided the nomination. According to ESPNCleveland’s Tony Grossi, the Browns have asked

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Yan Gomes to start for Indians on Sunday

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For the first time since April 11, Cleveland Indians catcher, Yan Gomes will make his return to the starting lineup on Sunday. According to Paul Hoynes of Cleveland.com, Gomes will start on Sunday in the final game of a three game series against cross-state rival, the Cincinnati Reds. After an impressive 2014 season (including receiving

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Kyrie Irving listed as questionable for Game 2 versus Atlanta

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The Cleveland Cavaliers announced on Friday that point guard Kyrie Irving skipped the morning shootaround for Friday’s Game 2 versus the Atlanta Hawks in order to get further tests on his injured left knee. The team listed his availability for Friday night’s game as questionable. ESPN’s Brian Windhorst is hearing that the Cavs are ordering an MRI

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Cardale Jones to throw out first pitch for Indians

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Ohio State championship-winning quarterback Cardale Jones, who made it known on Twitter that he wanted to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at a Cleveland Indians game, has finally been granted his wish. On Thursday, the Cleveland Indians tweeted that Jones will be throwing out the first pitch on June 5, when the team takes

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LeBron James makes All-NBA first team, Kyrie Irving makes third team

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Two out of the big three ain’t bad. LeBron James and Kyrie Irving both made 2014-15 All-NBA teams, the league announced Thursday. James made the first team, his ninth such selection in his 12-year career, while it is Irving made the third team, his first time earning all-league honors. James was a unanimous selection, as

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Atlanta’s DeMarre Carroll is day-to-day with bone bruise in left knee

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According to multiple outlets, Atlanta Hawks forward DeMarre Carroll has been diagnosed with a hyperextension of the left knee, an injury he sustained in the second half of Wednesday night’s Game 1 loss to Cleveland. No structural or ligament damage was found in an MRI conducted early Thursday morning. He does, however, have a bone

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¡Viva los Vikingos! Cleveland State to play in Cancun Challenge

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The 2015-16 season may be a tough one for the Cleveland State Vikings, but at the very least they will be able to enjoy some time on the beach. CSU will be among eight teams competing in the Cancun Challenge, hosted by the Hard Rock Riviera Maya in Cancun, Mexico. The other seven teams are

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Kyrie Irving will try to play through injuries

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For the second consecutive game, Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving was hobbled by a re-aggravated left knee injury. For the second consecutive game, Irving stated that his desire is to continue to play through the discomfort, a pain that will not subside until the end of the Cavaliers’ run. From Cleveland.com’s Chris Fedor: Irving

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Kyrie and Delly were “ready to fight each other”

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It wasn’t quite a buddy ball-infused difference of fist-flinging opinion, but it appears that Kyrie Irving and Matthew Dellavedova have had quite the last few years. Being the only two point guards on the current roster, Irving and Delly have had plenty of time guarding one another in practice. In a terrific story written by ESPN.com’s Dave McMenamin,

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Predictions Roundup: Experts weigh in on Eastern Conference Finals

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With the Eastern Conference Finals featuring the top two teams in the East — the Cleveland Cavaliers and Atlanta Hawks — some experts from across the NBA gave their predictions. Zach Lowe, Grantland “If [Kyrie] Irving can rise to the occasion, then the league’s best overall player should have just enough weapons at his disposal to eke

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LeBron, Kyrie, and Tristan amongst Conference Finals best

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With the Cleveland Cavaliers starting their Eastern Conference Finals series against the Atlanta Hawks Wednesday night, Jason McIntyre from The Big Lead released the names of his ten best players in the NBA’s Conference Finals. Three Cleveland players highlight the list, which is the second most of the four remaining teams (Golden State has four). The Cavaliers

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NFL Films’ “A Football Life” to produce episode covering Paul Brown’s legacy

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Earlier today, WFNY’s Craig Lyndall wrote, “Everything we think we know about ‘NFL head coaches’ is based largely on generalizations rooted in mythical archetypes we’ve created.” Well, many of those mythical archetypes are based on the life and career of Paul Brown. It should come as no surprise that NFL Films announced that their “A Football

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LeBron James: I love quieting a crowd on the road (Video)

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When LeBron James hit the game-winning shot in Game 4 against the Chicago Bulls, it was as if Mega Maid had sucked all oxygen out of the United Center. With the Cleveland Cavaliers facing the Atlanta Hawks for the Eastern Conference title over the coming two weeks, James could be in for more road games

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Kyrie Irving practices on Monday, will play in Game 1

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With the Cleveland Cavaliers preparing for the Eastern Conference Finals and their multi-game bout with the Atlanta Hawks, it appears that they will have point guard Kyrie Irving at their disposal. After sitting out much of last week with injuries to his right foot and left leg, and reaggrivating the latter in the Game 6

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Browns have second best rookie class per NFL.com

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While it is one man’s “Hot List” that is the deciding factor, early returns on the Cleveland Browns’ 2015 NFL Draft have been positive. The latest comes from NFL.com which gives the oranger orange and brown the second best draft class of all 32 NFL teams. 2. Cleveland Browns: 248 points (5 players) Overview: The

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Cleveland Browns come to terms with Cameron Erving

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While we aren’t positive where Browns first round draft pick will play on the offensive line, it seems he will be signed and ready in order to figure that out. Adam Caplan reports via sources that the Browns have come to terms with one of their newest potential starters on the offensive line. #Browns have

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Kyrie Irving: “Six days of treatment and it all goes down in one play”

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The Cleveland Cavaliers didn’t just win a game on Thursday night, they won the chance to rest for the next six days in advance of the Eastern Conference Finals. With Kyrie Irving sustaining yet another injury midway through the first half, no player could use the time off more than the ailing point guard. Falling

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Corey Kluber pitched the greatest eight-inning game in MLB history

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Corey Kluber may have been searching for his first win of the season, but the reigning Cy Young winner certainly made his first one count. In striking out 18 batters in just eight innings of work. Kluber managed to not only tie Bob Feller’s longstanding record, but he lofted his name into the mix with

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Browns agree to terms with Ifo Ekpre-Olomu

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Fans may not see him on the field for quite some time, but the Cleveland Browns have agreed to terms with seventh-round cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu. Ekpre-Olomu started 40 consecutive games at Oregon before suffering a knee injury in practice before the College Football Playoff—a dislocated knee in addition to a torn ACL. Considered to be

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Buckeyes to host Virginia in Big Ten-ACC Challenge

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The Big Ten-ACC Challenge has provided some of Ohio State’s most marquee non-conference games for the past few seasons. For the 2015-16 Buckeyes basketball team, that will be true once again. According to Brett McMurphy of ESPN, the Buckeyes will host ACC power Virginia in the upcoming Big Ten-ACC Challenge, on December 1. The Cavaliers, who went

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