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Could be worse, right?
Bye, Twitter. — Spencer #Ouch
One week into Josh Gordon’s season-long ban and it appears his potential reinstatement is no longer up for debate.
From Markus Wheaton to Marques Colston: Welcome to the NFL, Justin.
Jimmy Haslam reportedly blocked a trade of Josh Gordon to San Francisco
In theory, the final preseason game would be a tune-up for the starters heading into the first week of the season. However, it is mainly used as a break for the starters and the last opportunity for those on the bubble to make a case for the Browns to keep them on the 53-man roster.
Who saw this coming? The Elyria Chronicle-Telegram suspects that Browns tight end Jordan Cameron is looking at a “much larger role” with Pro Bowl wide receiver Josh Gordon suspended for the entire season. Cameron is coming off of a year where he hauled in 80 passes for 917 yards and seven touchdowns. In the two games
There were many fantastic reactions from around the internet on yesterday’s news of the confirmed one-year suspension for Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon. Let’s go to the excerpts. From SB Nation’s David Roth: In Josh Gordon’s case, as in all the variously appalling decisions that have preceded it, the NFL is sticking to its
Sources tell FOX Sports 1’s Mike Garafolo that Cleveland Browns Pro Bowl wide receiver Josh Gordon’s one-year suspension has been upheld despite appeal. The NFL later confirmed said ruling with a press release. Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Browns had been growing a bit impatient with the NFL’s unwillingness to rule on the potential
It’s tough to compare to the signing of Kevin Love and the anticipation surrounding Josh Gordon, but former Browns CEO Joe Banner signing up for Twitter may very well be one of the biggest stories of the week. Drawing skepticism in the wake of countless fake Twitter accounts, Banner, typically not known for his
As the Cleveland Browns’ wide receiver issues continue into the fourth week of the preseason, one interesting name is bubbling up in the NFL trade rumor mill in the New York Jets’ Stephen Hill. ESPN New York’s Rich Cimini believes the Jets should and will try and trade Hill, with the player potentially being a roster casualty
So are we concerned yet? For the third week in a row, the Cleveland Browns were bettered by their preseason opponents. For the third week in a row, the offense left plenty to be desired. And for the third week in a row, the quarterback situation—despite a starter having been named—remains as a point of
Johnny Manziel’s $4.3 million signing bonus just took a small hit on Friday as the league fined him $12,000 for the Finger Seen ‘Round the World. Per NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport, Manziel is allegedly weighing an appeal. Johnny Manziel is still weighing whether to appeal his $12,000 fine for flipping the bird. #thebird — Ian Rapoport
Mike Pettine isn’t buying in to the hype. With rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel losing the Cleveland Browns’ preseason competition, many throughout the league expected the team to utilize a two-quarterback system that would allow the mobile, play-making Manziel to have a package of plays designed for his unique skill set, subbing him in for Brian Hoyer
The Cleveland Browns made a relatively below-the-radar move earlier this month, adding offensive lineman Michael Bowie after he was waived by the Seattle Seahawks. Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable appeared on 710 ESPN Seattle, suggesting that the Seahawks still believed in Bowie and that the Seahawks expected the Browns to stay away from him,
Looking for some closure in the Josh Gordon saga? You’ll have to wait a bit longer. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports the Josh Gordon verdict may not be handed down from the NFL before the end of next week. The reasoning this time? Typing speed. Gordon’s two-day appeal hearing with Harold Henderson reportedly contained a high
With the first weekend of preseason football in the books, we learned some thing about the outlook of the 2014 Browns, both positive and negative, but many important questions remain unanswered. The difficulty of the preseason remains that no one truly knows whether certain players are flashes in the pan or can be counted on
After being linked to him through much of the offseason, the Cleveland Browns have agreed to terms with veteran quarterback Rex Grossman. Grossman is 6-1, 225 pounds and officially in his 12th NFL season out of Florida. Originally, a first-round pick (22nd overall) by Chicago in 2003, Grossman has appeared in 54 games and has