Browns Game 3 plans should remain unchanged: Cleveland Browns Injury Roundtable


With injuries to Gary Barnidge, Jason Pinkston, Barkevious Mingo and Dion Lewis, it’s worth wondering if the Browns should change some of their plans for week three against the Colts. With that in mind, here’s a WFNY roundtable to talk about the injuries and what the Browns should do in reaction. Craig: So now that the Browns

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Training Camp News and Notes: Shaun Lauvao carted off field

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The biggest news from training camp came in the last few minutes of practice. Right guard Shaun Lauvao, who is battling for a starting spot over Jason Pinkston, was taken from the field on a cart after apparently injuring his ankle. The injury occurred during position drills. It is believed he was trying to block

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Browns sign sixth-round pick Jamoris Slaughter, announce other roster moves

The Browns today announced that they have come to terms with sixth round pick Jamoris Slaughter on a four year contract. Details have not been made available yet. The Browns also confirmed the release of S Eric Haag, as well as linebacker Ryan Rau and running back Robbie Rouse. The club did sign RB Brandon

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NFL Injury News: Ahtyba Rubin out for Sunday’s game against Chargers

The Cleveland Browns might someday dominate the defensive line when they get Ahtyba Rubin and Phil Taylor back. That won’t be the case this Sunday. The Browns injury report as of Friday says that Rubin, Dimitri Patterson and (of course) Scott Fujita are out. Mohamed Massaquoi, Trent Richardson and Tashaun Gipson are questionable. The probables

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Cleveland Browns Preseason Game #4: Winners and Losers


Who caught your eye? Did someone stand out? Who blew it? That’s what were interested in this morning. Winners and losers. Well, that was….not…really…that good. With cuts coming sometime today (deadline is 9pm), the Browns got their final look at several players last night. What they saw might not have been very impressive. WINNER: Brandon

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Could the Browns offense benefit from contract years?

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The Browns imported quite a bit to their offense from this most recent NFL draft between Trent Richardson, Brandon Weeden and right tackle Mitchell Schwartz. Meanwhile Mike Holmgren has been on record predicting a “big jump” for the team this year. If that ever comes to pass, the rookies will certainly be a part of

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Is Montario Hardesty Tom Heckert’s Big Miss?


Montario Hardesty is slowly seeing his name etched into the side of the seemingly mile-long stretch of stone. It’s a slab rife with names of second-round draft selections who merely never seemed to get it together and excel inCleveland. The reasons are boundless, but in this instance more than any, Hardesty’s fate is in his

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Pluto: Brandon Jackson Standing Out So Far

Cleveland sports scribe Terry Pluto is out this morning with his usual Sunday column, and has quite a bit of information in there about the Browns. Leading off this week, he shares some inside details from Browns intel about a surprising back so far: “2. But another running back also has impressed, the forgotten man

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Heckert: Running back will be a “very big positive” this season

Tom Heckert saying that the running backs will be a positive in 2012 isn’t much of a statement considering that the Browns took Trent Richardson third overall. But that’s not all he was saying when he talked to Mike Florio on PFT Live. I think it’s pretty safe to say we draft a guy third

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Are the Browns overrating their own running backs?


One thing that persists as a dark cloud over the Browns is the wide receiver situation from last season. The Browns drafted Greg Little and brought in Jordan Norwood, but the statements that will forever hang in the air are words of confidence in a depth chart featuring Mohamed Massaquoi and Brian Robiskie at the

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What if the Browns had some good luck?

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We all know the Browns were bad last year. I think most of us also know that the Browns were pretty unlucky as well. I believe that you make your own luck to some extent by dealing well with adversity. The Browns certainly didn’t do that last season. Regardless, there’s almost no denying the bad

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2012 Could Look Like 2011 for Browns in Free Agency

How much of the plan includes Brandon Jackson in 2012?

Finally with the Super Bowl completed the Browns can get to work trying to get better.  They will more than likely do it without blockbusters again this off-season.  By that, I mean I don’t expect the strategy to vary wildly.  The Browns probably won’t be in any kinds of bidding wars unless they decide that

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Hillis Will be Back if He Wants to Be Back

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According to a report by Mary Kay Cabot yesterday Peyton Hillis might have done enough for the Browns to reverse previous course and consider bringing the big bruiser back.  While I don’t doubt that with Hillis’ late-season surge after finally getting healthy enough to get on the field, I am not sure how much exactly

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While We’re Waiting… Browns Injuries, Asdrubal Cabrera’s Contract, Kobe on Mike Brown

While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at Updates on Browns injuries fresh from yesterday’s press conference, beginning with a look at this intriguing backup: “Running back Brandon Jackson passed his exit

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How I Would Handle the Peyton Hillis Situation

Given the situation we are currently in where Peyton Hillis isn’t healthy and can’t get on the field, I have figured out the best way to handle it for everyone.  LeCharles Bentley “reported” that Peyton Hillis wanted $10 million in guaranteed money in his contract.  Tony Zarella has stated the Browns were willing to guarantee

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Despite Early Frustrations Patience Is Still In Order

This is why I hate all the prediction-itis that surrounds the NFL.  Every analyst on the planet is seemingly forced to make predictions every single week.  It is a part of the underlying formula that makes the NFL so much more popular than any other American sports.  It was gambling as far back as anyone

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Browns Put Brandon Jackson on IR, Cut Roster

Before we even got to know Brandon Jackson as a Cleveland Browns running back, he will miss the season with turf toe.  On the one hand it is pretty devastating to find out that the premier free agent from the off-season won’t see a single down of regular season action.  On the other hand, it

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Browns Looking to Hardesty to Help While Others Heal

As the Cleveland Browns head into another season, injuries appear to be opening doors for players who may have been staring at a different set of circumstances roughly one month earlier. With the latest bout of bumps and bruises bubbling up in Berea, the Browns backfield is suddenly a sizeable question mark with second-year back

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On the Browns and Taylor Mays

I’m not even sure, exactly why I am talking about Taylor Mays.  I guess mostly for a couple of reasons.  Last year before the Browns drafted Joe Haden and T.J. Ward, Taylor Mays was one of the many draft options in the forefront of many Browns fans’ minds.  There were questions about his maturity, attitude

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Cleveland Browns Tackle Football Tonight: What Are You Hoping To See?

I only ask because I remember how overly encouraged I became when Jake Delhomme took the first team down the field this time last year with the precision of a surgeon.  That didn’t end up translating into the healthiest of regular seasons though, and I’m legitimately wondering what a successful Pat Shurmur debut would look like tonight when the

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