So there *was* a bit more to the suspension.
Is this the end of the Johnny Manziel era in Cleveland?
Bernie Kosar’s name makes for some quality talk radio fodder, but it appears that another quarterback could be spending the post-playing chapters of his NFL career in Berea as a front office member of the Cleveland Browns. CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora reports that the Browns, along with the Tennessee Titans, are among the front-office
It’s Johnny time—again.
Still looks rough a day later.
What a way to head in to the bye.
Four first-round draft picks headline the Week 10 inactive list for the Cleveland Browns.
The Cleveland Browns will leave nothing to chance during Pittsburgh Steeler week. The only two wins of the season have come wearing the white jersey, and those jerseys will be worn again as the Browns travel to Pittsburgh. While one of the wins was paired with white pants, the combination was less than fruitful for
Because Johnny and Ben Roethlisberger belong in the same conversation.
“I can say in no uncertain terms did I ever ask the Browns for a trade.” — Joe Thomas
Six weeks of rehabilitation, three weeks of actual production. Your 2015 Cleveland Browns.
The Tennessee Titans have reportedly released running back Terrance West, this according to ESPN.com’s Jeremy Fowler. After being selected in the third-round of the 2014 draft by Cleveland, the the Browns traded West to the Tennessee Titans at the end of the 2015 preseason for what was a conditional seventh-round pick. With the firing of head coach
In the event Mike Pettine had any delusions of grandeur regarding his quarterback position and the polarizing nature of his decisions going forward, the Cleveland Browns head coach was done no favors on Thursday night as America looked on. Sure, the Browns lost. And sure, Johnny Manziel took his lumps, but if anything became more
Numbers don’t lie?
Johnny Manziel is looking like the starting quarterback as the Browns head down I-71. Can he get some retribution following last season’s debacle?
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
He may not be 100 percent, but Josh McCown’s giving it a go against one of the league’s best.
How about some lovely news heading in to Week 8?
“Ever seen 40,000 beer bottles thrown on the field at one time? That’s Cleveland.”
The penalties are out of control for the Cleveland Browns, but also for the NFL in general.