Johnny is one thing. What about Justin Gilbert and Dwayne Bowe?
When the Browns suit up tonight in Cincinnati to face the Bengals, they’ll be without the services of six starters, four of whom suffered concussions in last Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals. Among those in the league’s concussion protocol are two starting defensive backs, Joe Haden and Donte Whitner. A third DB, Jordan Poyer,
The WFNY staff gets you ready on the short week as the Cleveland Browns travel to the Southern Ohio border to take on the Cincinnati Bengals.
Just when you thought things couldn’t get much worse… With the Cleveland Browns having a quick turnaround to their Thursday night contest against the undefeated Cincinnati Bengals, injuries sustained by their starting secondary will have a lingering effect. According to Tom Withers of the Associated Press, a pair of Pro Bowlers—safety Donte Whitner and cornerback
“Where are we? We’re at the halfway point.” — Mike Pettine
He may not be 100 percent, but Josh McCown’s giving it a go against one of the league’s best.
Thinking outside the box is one thing, but this is a bridge too far.
Joe Haden hasn’t played an NFL game in 20-plus days, and that’s not normal for him.
The Browns need all the help they can get with the Cardinals coming to town.
Bring on the Rams!
The Cleveland Browns will be without two of their top defensive backs on Sunday versus Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. Cornerback Joe Haden (concussion, finger) and safety Tashaun Gipson (ankle) will miss the game versus Denver. Pierre Desir and Jordan Poyer are expected to start in place of Haden and Gipson. Joining Haden and Gipson on the
Joe Haden can’t catch a break.
The Browns are getting an added boost to their secondary with the return of corner Joe Haden. Haden had missed Week 4’s matchup with the San Diego Chargers because of a broken finger. The injury caused a lot of controversy and even a league investigation. But, that is all behind us now. Joe Haden is
Justin Gilbert didn’t know he was moving to receiver until he heard it in the media.
Because who needs a pair of Pro Bowlers anyway?
The Browns have given up a lot of big plays lately but Karlos Dansby isn’t ready to call it a trend.
Pettine: “I think [the criticism] is unwarranted and I misspoke.”
Robertson: “I think it’s crap that people are giving him crap”
Yes, there were actually a few winners…
Joe Haden didn’t play on Sunday for the Browns with a broken finger. Mike Pettine seemed to question that.