Cleveland Browns safety Tashaun Gipson and Houston Texans rookie linebacker Jadeveon Clowney are among the notable players on the active list for Sunday’s game in Cleveland. After being sidelined most of the week with a concussion, Gipson is active and will start. The NFL’s leader with six interceptions, he suffered the concussion in last Thursday’s
Brian Hoyer’s contract situation remains up in the air. And with that long-term uncertainty, rumors will continue to fly in every possible direction. There had been some talk that last Thursday’s game against the Bengals was a “referendum” game for the 29-year-old veteran out of Michigan State. In return, he had one of his best
Joe Harris’ defense, effort and ability to knock down open shots has opened the eyes of a lot of Cavs fans, but also the Cleveland Cavaliers’ coaching staff. In back-to-back games, with the Cavs needing a huge fourth-quarter effort, head coach David Blatt has gone with Harris, the team’s second-round draft pick out of Virginia. Not
The Browns have been without star receiver Josh Gordon for the entire season, but that will finally change this coming Monday. According to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, the NFL has confirmed to ESPN that Gordon “will be clear to resume normal activities without restriction.” This news puts away any doubt that some fans may have that Gordon
As the snow continues to pummel the city of Cleveland, injury news for the Browns’ Week 11 tilt against the Houston Texans continues to pile up. One of the more discussed injuries heading into Sunday has been Houston running back Arian Foster who has been officially listed as out for the afternoon. There was early-week optimism
We know that Cleveland Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer has played well through this point in 2014. We know that Johnny Manziel is waiting in the wings while Hoyer is staring down the barrel of some contract negotiations. But on his present deal, leading the Browns to a 6-3 record and a first-place standing in the AFC
How often are the Cleveland Indians in the news during the middle of November? In addition to having two players listed as finalists for the game’s biggest awards—and one of them winning—the Tribe continues to make waves. While this will not be something that fans will be able to quantify on the field, the Indians
Who knew all it would take is a complete dismantling of a division-leading team on the road in front of a national audience? Though coming in at No. 19 just a week ago, the 6-3 Cleveland Browns have made the top 10 in Sports Illustrated’s NFL Power Rankings heading into Week 11. On the cover
A few weeks back, we linked to a profile of Michele Roberts, the NBA players’ union executive director, which painted her as a no-bullshit firecracker who was ready to put the union on her back and lead them to greener pastures than they could ever imagine—the kind with commas and zeros and all kinds of
Cleveland Indians ace Corey Kluber had an absolutely tremendous year. It was one of the best pitching seasons in franchise history. And just by a nose, he defeated Seattle star Felix Hernandez to win the American League Cy Young award. The honor is the third given to an Indians pitcher in just eight seasons. C.C.
Would Ubaldo JImenez in an Indians uniform again frighten you?
Looking for any additional reasons to not believe Sam Smith’s “report” on Kevin Love potentially opting out of his deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers and signing with the Los Angeles Lakers? Look no further than the other 29 teams within the NBA who are apparently desperately rooting for the Wine and Gold’s ascension to the
Cleveland Browns running back Ben Tate is a fan of the Baby Backs, but he is none too pleased with the team’s committee backfield. Gearing up to face his former team in the Houston Texans this Sunday, Tate stated that he “would be lying” if he said he was happy being one of the three
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Safety Tashaun Gipson has been a true playmaker for the Browns defense with six interceptions so far this season. But his availability for this week’s game versus the Houston Texans could be in question. Head coach Mike Pettine announced today that Gipson has been suffering from headaches since the win versus the Cincinnati Bengals last
The Browns have announced that they have waived fullback Kiero Small and have re-signed fullback Ray Agnew. Agnew is an undrafted free agent from Southern Illinois, who the Browns signed in the preseason. He played in the first six games for the Browns, before being waived after week 7’s matchup versus the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Browns signed
If you Tribe fans ever dreamed of having Justin Upton on the Cleveland Indians, it’s time to hit the snooze button and dream of someone else. Justin Upton has apparently decided pre-emptively, via his no-trade clause, that he really doesn’t want to be traded to the North Coast to play for the Cleveland Indians. He
WFNY’s Andrew Schnitkey already wrote the Behind the Box Score for Monday’s 118-111 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans. But I thought I’d chime in this morning with a few additional stats notes on just how impressive the Cleveland Cavaliers offense was last night. The Cavs had a 128.0 offensive rating, per NBA.com/stats For context,
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