He was teflon in Berea for a long time, but the “Baby Backs” finally made him expendable. The Browns cut Chris Ogbonnaya loose ahead of the start of this year’s NFL season – along with Dion Lewis – as they counted on Ben Tate, Terrance West and Isaiah Crowell to carry the load. Well, it
Nick Swisher had a really tough year with the Indians, but he’s going to get a shot at the World Series anyway. He’ll be joining FOX’ World Series coverage team, it appears. Another new face on World Series coverage will be the always-entertaining Cleveland Indians star Nick Swisher, who will join FOX’s studio show. “Nick’s
One of the more infuriating things about watching Tristan Thompson play down low has been the piling on of pump fakes. Obviously it is important to pump fake at times, but it always felt like Tristan Thompson would find himself in a situation where it was a nervous tic more than even a fake. In
The Cleveland Cavaliers are in the unique position of having 100% knowledge of ticket demand. And it’s large.
That the Cleveland Cavaliers are looking to add a rim-protecting center to their roster is no secret. That the Indiana Pacers could potentially part with Roy Hibbert, however, will turn a few heads. Rumors are circulating that Hibbert (who has long been mentioned in rumor mills) could be on the move, and that the Cavs
So, it seems David Griffin wasn’t just handed a job because he happened to be in the seat already. This guy seems to have some serious plans and isn’t just riding out the most fortunate off-season in the history of the NBA. It would have been just so easy to get LeBron, make whatever trade
Josh Gordon has had many many (many) chances to “get it.” He had more chances than most guys get during his brief college career. Then he had a chance when he was drafted in the supplemental draft. Then he had a chance with the codeine / cough syrup ordeal. It gets tiresome even recounting Josh
Wanted: A guy who can hit shots, play defense, be a leader, and have an awesome contract.
One hell of a year for Yanny Baseball.
In Cleveland over the last 15 years, we’ve looked in various directions for a team to have leadership. We looked at ownership and the vacuum that Randy Lerner created. We looked at guys like Mike Holmgren and Joe Banner. We looked at Phil Savage, Tom Heckert. Eric Mangini, Rob Chudzinski and Romeo Crennel. We even
It appears The Crow has leapfrogged Mr. West.
Have Joe Haden’s statistics been the result of unforgiving tasks?
Talk about a small-ball lineup. Tristan Thompson could be Cleveland’s starting center.
The “Baby Backs” are certainly making things a little more interesting.
Kevin Love was the first guest on Men In Blazers: A Night of 1000 Stars over the weekend in the “crap part of Broadway.” Love was announced as “one of the newest members of “America’s darlings, the Cleveland Cavaliers” as he joined hosts Roger Bennett and Michael Davies to “talk a little footy” and promote the
The latest edition of ESPN The Magazine comes fully quipped with outsourced, fan-generated content. In addition to discussing the best at various things (best cover corner, player with whom you’d most like to start an NFL franchise), they used metrics to decide which franchises in the four major sports are the best and created what
Buried at the bottom of Terry Pluto’s Sunday “Talkin’” column was a note about the Cleveland Cavaliers adding point guard AJ Price to their Training Camp roster. Price played in only 28 games alongside Kevin Love with the Minnesota Timberwolves last season, and saw very little action when his name was finally called. The 6-foot-2 Price has played
The Cleveland Browns put together an impressive 80-yard drive to take a 7-3 lead, but ended up giving up a nearly identical one to trail at the half 10-7. The Ravens had no issues running the ball against the Browns, but it was a blown coverage by Barkevious Mingo that allowed fullback Kyle Juszczyk to
From five-star recruit to undrafted rookie, Isaiah Crowell has officially made it.
Zone blocking cometh!