ESPN’s John Clayton has Browns among most regressed NFL teams for 2016

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“How much worse can the Browns possibly become next season?” – ESPN’s John Clayton

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WFNY Super Bowl recap – WFNY Podcast No. 456

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Andrew and Craig discuss everything from the narratives to Coldplay from Super Bowl 50

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A Cleveland Fan’s Guide to Super Bowl 50

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Breaking down the Panthers-Broncos Super Bowl 50 matchup by important criteria like logo quality, schadenfreude, and which team has more Ohioans.

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All about Super Bowl ads with thunder::tech – WFNY Podcast – No. 455

One of a billion Nationwide memes spawned from their bad commercial.

Want to know the inside baseball of Super Bowl ads?

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An open letter to people who write open letters: While We’re Waiting…

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A look at the emotionally exaggerated, logistically misguided world of open letters written by sports fans.

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Cinematic NFL Playoffs, Kanye and Kendrick, and streaming Future’s new mixtape: While We’re Waiting…

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Come for the NFL Playoffs, stay for a stream of Future’s new mixtape.

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Ted Ginn returning to the Carolina Panthers

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The Cleveland Browns were considering bringing former Ohio State wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. back to his hometown of Cleveland Ohio, but it seems that the veteran ultimately will be returning to Carolina. According to the Charlotte Observer and their sources, Ginn is headed back to the Panthers after his stint in Arizona with the Cards. Ted Ginn

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Cleveland Browns Week 16 Winners and Losers

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I spent a good portion of my Sunday afternoon pacing in front of the television. You see, I’m in the finals in all three of my fantasy football leagues and an entire season of minor tweaks and a boat load of luck got me to where I am. But you also see that given the

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Browns make it interesting but fall to Panthers 17-13

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The Cleveland Browns faced off against the Panthers in a game that was made even more meaningless with the official elimination of the Browns from the NFL playoffs. The Chargers won a game on Saturday that officially did the Browns in and seeing if Johnny Manziel could do better than his debut wasn’t nearly enough

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Johnny Manziel leaves Panthers game with injury

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Johnny Manziel was running left when he met two Carolina Panthers defenders near the sidelines. He lowered his shoulder to meet one of the defenders and the other landed on the back of his legs. It was tough to see what the injury was, which is better than having it obvious. Regardless, Johnny Manziel moved

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Derek Anderson could start against the Browns

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I never root for injuries in the NFL, but they are one thing in the game you can certainly bet on. You don’t tend to bet on them occurring via car crashes though, and that’s what happened to Cam Newton this week. It was an ugly crash and the result was a couple of fractures

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Panthers sign former Browns running back Ogbonnaya

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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

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NFL News: Carolina’s DeAngelo Williams calls out Rob Chudzinski

Last season, Rob Chudzinski was the offensive coordinator for the lowly Carolina Panthers. Although they had an exciting young quarterback in Cam Newton, he’s already been called out by veteran receiver Steve Smith. This time, it was running back DeAngelo Williams’ turn in line to call out Chud. In an article Tuesday afternoon from David

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NFL News: Panthers’ Steve Smith blames Chudzinski for 2012 season

Every week in the NFL beat writers for every team are included in a conference call with the opposing team’s coach and one of their players. The Carolina Panthers play the Seattle Seahawks opening weekend, and veteran wide receiver Steve Smith was the Panther selected to answer questions from the Seattle media. Some of his

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NFL News: Officials poised to crack down on celebrations

Pro Football Talk notes reports from both Vikings and Panthers camps that officials have specifically mentioned ball-spinning as celebrations that could draw 15-yard flags this season. In instances like this, the NFL isn’t necessarily creating new rules as much as it is making a point about enforcement or interpretation of existing rules. In a lot

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Trent Richardson and Ozzie Newsome represent Browns in Madden cover vote

Nobody in Cleveland has forgotten the Peyton Hillis Madden cover vote just yet. In the end, it came down to Hillis and Mike Vick, and I don’t know if Vick is wiping his brow for having avoided the curse just yet either, as he took a pay cut this year to stay with the Chip

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NFL News: Panthers claim former Browns CB James Dockery

James Dockery was one of the final cuts for the Browns this season as he was presumably beaten out by guys like Trevin Wade, Johnson Bademosi and Tashaun Gipson. It took a little while, but “Dock” has been picked up off of waivers by the Carolina Panthers to take Jon Beason’s roster spot, who was

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Expecting the Unexpected From Carolina

Veteran journalist Mark Leonard is back to discuss the upcoming NFL draft. You can find the Mark’s other guest pieces here and here. Mark is a Lorain native who loves writing about his favorite teams. What would the Cleveland Browns end up doing at six if the Carolina Panthers actually chose to do what would

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NFL Labor Dispute Could Spell Disaster for 2011 Browns

The Browns will begin next season with new voices leading all three phases of the game. Whoever is selected as OC will implement Pat Shurmur’s offense. Dick Jauron will bring his own set of calls and schemes to the defense, and Brad Seely will have to be replaced as special teams coach. Sure, the Browns

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Browns 2011 NFL Draft Update: Defensive Line, Cornerback or Wide Receiver?

This is the first of a two-part segment on the 2011 NFL Draft: This first edition analyzes the current draft forecast and matches up general options at the No. 6 pick to the current Browns roster. The next article will analyze the stories of the individual players likely to be available. Just like last year,

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