Peter King details Cleveland’s trade to move up to No. 22 in NFL Draft

Looking for some insight into how crazy things can get when an NFL team is officially on the clock during the NFL Draft? Sports Illustrated’s Peter King details—in what was nearly a minute-by-minute breakdown—what went in to Cleveland Browns’ GM Ray Farmer making the move that ultimately landed them Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel. The [Philadelphia] Eagles,

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NFL Trade Rumors: Browns would entertain offers for Jordan Cameron

While Josh Gordon has been the hot name in the NFL rumor mill, many in the league who have been in contact with the Cleveland Browns believe the team would also entertain breakout tight end Jordan Cameron. In discussing potential targets for fringe contenders like the Indianapolis Colts and Detroit Lions, CBS Sports’ Jason La

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MLB Rumors: Indians claimed “several players” on waiver, unable to work trade

The Cleveland Indians have reportedly made several claims to recently waived players, but have been unable to work out a trade per The Cleveland Plain Dealer’s Paul Hoynes. #Indians have claimed several players on waivers, but have been unable to work a trade. They have no interest in Delmon Young. — paul hoynes (@hoynsie) August

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Varejao trade destinations…or lack there of

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Anderson Varejao was everything I loved about basketball. He was hustle, he was emotion, he was heart. He was 36 minutes of controlled chaos, spinning a fury around opposing frontcourts. But not anymore. He’s now much, much more than that. The Wild Thing is no longer a gimmicky role player, he’s the best center in the Eastern Conference and one of the best players

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A Hypothetical Off-Season: Getting Specific with the Indians Roster

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I’m sometimes accused of throwing out a generic statement or course of action without getting into the specifics that would allow someone to disagree with me.  The Indians should trade for young starting pitching.  Well, yeah.  They need to move Chris Perez. A little warmer, but that’s still pretty non-specific, no? The seventh inning Hot

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Trading Anderson Varejao Is a Tricky Proposal

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On Tuesday, rumors began to spreadabout the Cavaliers asking around about trade interest for Anderson Varejao. There’s no indication the Cavaliers have any trade offers, nor is there any indication that they even want to trade Varejao. Just some empty rumors about the Cavaliers keeping their options open. Cavs GM Chris Grant seems to be

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Re-Sign or Release: Anderson Varejao

Back in May, 2008, we featured a little series called “Re-Sign or Release” where we went through every player on the Cavaliers roster and turned to the readers to see what they would do if they were the general manager of the Wine and Gold and – hypothetically, of course – all of the players

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Memphis Grizzlies Have No Interest In Trading Rudy Gay To Cleveland

We’ve heard plenty of rumors regarding the Cleveland Cavaliers recently, some of them legit, some of them downright laughable. The one that has seem to stuck the most, though, is the rumor that the Cavs were interested in trading for Memphis Grizzlies’ SF Rudy Gay. Perhaps the Cavaliers did have some interest, but it was

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NFL Draft: WFNY Roundtable, Part III

So far, we’ve gone the general route with “need” versus “best player available.”  And while we have decided that the Browns have to err on the side of the player, we aren’t quite sure who exactly that player is.  Today, we discuss a third option: trading down… Scott: Assume the same hypothetical from yesterday, but

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WFNY Podcast: Talking Cavaliers, Dan Gilbert and Jared Sullinger

Our weekly podcast with Cleveland.com is ready for the listening. This week Scott and Rick answer Dan Labbe’s questions about the Cavaliers. When will the losing streak end? What is the biggest hole to fill on this team? Should Dan Gilbert be more vocal concerning this team? Is Ohio State’s Jared Sullinger the answer for

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Indians Notes: Choo’s Contract, Third Base Future, Millwood Interest

Updating you on all of the Tribe news possible during the long winter months… Spring or Bust – Cleveland Indians right fielder Shin-Soo Choo announced Friday through various media outlets that he will not be involved with long-term contract negotiations during the upcoming 2011 season. “Every player wants a multiyear contract,” said Choo to Paul

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Source: Team Varejao Angling for a Change of Scenery

Though the season is only three games old, there are reportedly some grumblings going on behind the scenes in Independence as a source tells WFNY that the big man would more than welcome a new team to play for.  And, if his Dan Fegan-led representation has any say in the matter, the sooner this were to happen, the better. As insinuated

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Cavaliers’ Trade Exception Will Be a Running Story in the 2010-11 Season

Despite no longer having LeBron James, the Cleveland Cavaliers will still have several interesting storylines to follow this year. Of course everyone will want to watch and see how the Cavaliers play with their franchise player no longer a part of the franchise. I’m sure an ongoing storyline will be Byron Scott’s performance in his

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Peralta Traded: Indians vs Yankees Open Thread

Update: The Indians have sent 3B Jhonny Peralta to the Tigers for minor league pitcher Giovanni Soto. More on this tomorrow… The Indians attempt to thwart Alex Rodriguez of his 600th home run once again, sending Fausto Carmona to the mound. Carmona has surrendered only 7 home runs on the season. He is a ground

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Ramon Sessions Signals The Official Start of Rebuilding in Cleveland

So Chris Grant has finally made a move. A real move. Don’t get me wrong, I take no issue with the signings of Samardo Samuels and Christian Eyenga. We’re in a new era of Cavalier basketball and signing developmental players is the new reality in Cleveland. But most of us were still waiting for Chris

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MLB Trade Rumors: Jhonny Peralta a “Potential Fit” in Colorado

Turning into a Major League Baseball version of the Cavaliers and Phoenix Suns, the Indians could once again be entering into a deal with the Colorado Rockies.  Troy Renck of The Denver Post has deemed Tribe third baseman Jhonny Peralta as a “potential fit” in the mile high city due to his team-friendly contract and

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Are Cavs Fans Changing Their Stance on Mo Williams?

When the Cavaliers saw their season with a premature exit from the playoffs, one of the biggest whipping boys was point guard Mo Williams.  Fans needed to point the finger, and it was Williams who averaged just over 12 points over the final seven games of the postseason.  But just over two months later, could

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Delonte West Gets Sentenced, Awaits NBA’s Decision on Suspension

After having his court date pushed back until after the end of the NBA season, Cavaliers guard Delonte West has officially been given a sentence following his mid-September arrest.  West and his team of representatives reached a plea with the state of Maryland that resulted in the much-discussed player being handed a punishment of eight months

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NBA Trade Rumors: No Clarity, Just Speculation

As the Cavs attempt to move forward ahead of the July 1st LeBron James free agency, the picture is getting less and less clear.  As we learn about more teams’ desires and positions and draft needs, it makes the world awfully complicated.  I mean, we are talking about the same league that is capable of

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Cleveland Indians News Roundup: Jordan Brown’s Surgery, 40 Man Roster, Lineups, and Kerry Wood Trade Rumors

Ok, enough Browns talk for the day. Lets wrap this day up with some Indians news, seeing as how the Tribe gets their regular season started in just a few weeks already. I’ve made no secret of my general disgust with major league baseball and the way they continuously foster a system of complete competitive

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