The Browns will most likely be without two of their best players for this Sunday’s game versus the Atlanta Falcons. Tight end Jordan Cameron has been ruled out for Sunday, while linebacker Karlos Dansby is doubtful to play and linebacker Jabaal Sheard is listed as questionable. Cameron has been out with a concussion since getting hit
At long last Josh Gordon is free from Roger Goodell’s clutches and the Browns’ offense now has a player the opposing defense must game plan for. Andrew Hawkins, Taylor Gabriel, Miles Austin, and Travis Benjamin have all shown themselves as adequate NFL receivers — something hard to come by in Cleveland the past decade —
You know some things to be true. That they may technically only be your opinions is just noise. You’re right, and when others disregard or disbelieve you, a certain amount of frustration builds. At least if you are like me, anyway. Not to mention when you encounter resistance to demonstrable facts. Twenty years ago- when
Hey everyone, I’m on vacation this week, but I’ve still found bits of time to write, mostly during kids’ naptime on days when we weren’t chasing Mickey Mouse around some really expensive theme park. Also, I hope you enjoyed the Dimoko experience podcast with Dave Sterling and Brian Spaeth talking about a variety of topics.
Browns star cornerback Joe Haden has really taken to living and being a part of the city of Cleveland. Besides playing at a Pro Bowl level for the Browns, Haden has become a big fan of the Cavaliers and can be seen hanging out around the city of Cleveland on many nights. Haden also loves
Speaking for the first time as a reinstated member of the Cleveland Browns, Josh Gordon spoke candidly and thoughtfully to the media on Wednesday. Headlines were made earlier in the day when news broke of Gordon’s comments to former teammate Nate Burleson stating that he was ready to “tear this league up“, but the Gordon answering questions
The Cleveland Browns were in first place coming into the game versus the Houston Texans, but were beaten soundly by the Texans 23-7. The loss sunk the Browns to last place in the AFC North and ended the team’s three game winning streak. The Browns were outplayed in every phase of the game. On the
Josh Gordon is back, Josh Gordon is ready to “tear this league up”, and Josh Gordon may have his plays limited on Sunday. Gordon’s return has been an underlying current of the Browns’ season ever since news broke on draft weekend that the NFL’s leading receiver in 2013 may be suspended. It’s been a long eleven weeks, and ten games
There were some well-fitting jokes about the Indianapolis Colts pouncing on Ben Tate shortly after the running back was waived by the Cleveland Browns. Unfortunately we may never know if a claim was made as Tate is now a member of the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings opted to add Tate in the wake of the
This Sunday will mark the return of Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon. While his quarterback, Brian Hoyer, has said that the Pro Bowl wide out will not be the team’s savior, Gordon himself apparently has other plans as told through former teammate Nate Burleson. “He told me, one, ‘starting on practice this Wednesday, I’m
It’s late Saturday night. The Browns play the Houston Texans tomorrow at one at FirstEnergy Stadium. They’re in first place. They have a shot at going seven and freaking three.1 I’m going the game. It’s going to be cold. I’m getting my gear ready. I just tried on the coat that I’m going to wear.
Ben Tate had fallen down the Cleveland Browns’ depth chart. Now he’s fallen off the roster.
The Cleveland Browns’ ten-day stay atop the AFC North ended with a 16-point loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday. The loss was the Browns second at home this season, and dropped them a half game out of first place. WFNY takes a look past the 23-7 scoreline and goes behind the box score. 30 – Brian
It appears that the unhappiness was indeed mutual. Just days after receiving just two carries against his former team, running back Ben Tate has been waived by the Cleveland Browns. “With all of the transactions we make while constructing our roster, it will always be our intent to do what is best for our football
I blamed CBS. Well, mostly. I couldn’t solely blame the multi-billion dollar corporation, one-stop center for television programming for the elderly, and purveyor of such classic sitcoms as Everybody Loves Raymond, Two and a Half Men, and The Big Bang Theory.1 I couldn’t even blame Steve Beuerlein. It was more the fault of the universal
Nobody knows exactly what Josh Gordon is going to do for the Cleveland Browns when he finally takes to the field. As Brian Hoyer said during media availability, we as fans shouldn’t expect Gordon to be a “savior.” And while that is thoughtful, calculated talk by a veteran quarterback, it doesn’t do much to quell the
The Cleveland Browns used to be deep on defense. Remember that? They had more defensive linemen than they knew what to do with. Now, the Browns are down two more key defensive players at least for a little while as Karlos Dansby and Jabaal Sheard are the latest names to adorn the Browns’ injury list
Of all the potential momentum-thwarting items in all of sport, right below injury has to be the three-and-out. If it occurs at the beginning of the game, there is so much pageantry and emotion stemming from the introductions and kickoff, that an immediate three-and-out is the buzzkill of all buzzkills. If your team kicks and the other
FIELD VIEW FOR THE BROWNS’ 24-7 LOSS TO HOUSTON All photos courtesy of Grant Thompson. Grant is a freelance photographer in the Northeast Ohio area.
Happy snowy, cold, downtrodden, no-longer-in-first-place Monday, you guys. We’ll have plenty of Browns and Cavaliers coverage over the coming hours, but While We’re Waiting… Being inside the confines of Cleveland’s FirstEnergy Stadium on Sunday afternoon, I wasn’t privy to what CBS had opted to discuss or show during breaks in play, but from all accounts,