Cleveland Browns: Week 14 NFL power rankings

The Cleveland Browns may not receive much love in the weekly NFL power rankings, but a look around the league reveals the Browns in better shape than many believe. The Cleveland Browns were on a bye last week, which means that they did not have an opportunity to extend their current losing streak to 16 […] Cleveland Browns: Week 14 NFL power rankings - Dawg Pound Daily - Dawg Pound...
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12 hours ago

Robert Griffin III on possible return: ‘Hopefully we can go 4-0’

Robert Griffin III looks to be on track to make only his second start of the season for the Cleveland Browns on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals after a shoulder injury derailed his first year with the team. The Browns, without a single win in 12 games, are desperately trying to avoid infamy by way of an 0-16 season. RG3 made it clear he’s committed to the Browns for the...
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Cleveland Browns: Fan base rated No. 173 in the world

FanSided’s Fandom 250 ranking have placed Cleveland Browns fans as the No. 173 overall fan base in the entire world. Cleveland Browns fans may be tortured, but they sure are loyal. While those in Cleveland may consider this fan base to be one of the best in the NFL, FanSided placed this bunch among the […] Cleveland Browns: Fan base rated No. 173 in the world - Dawg Pound Daily...
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15 hours ago

Cleveland Browns: Terrelle Pryor key to team’s first victory

If the Cleveland Browns are going to pick up a win in 2016, Terrelle Pryor will need to be involved in all aspects of the offense during the final four games. After 12 weeks of losing, it would be nice if the Cleveland Browns won just so we could stop talking about 0-16. The team […] Cleveland Browns: Terrelle Pryor key to team’s first victory - Dawg Pound Daily - Dawg Pound...
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16 hours ago

Hue Jackson says it is 'too soon' to know if RG3 will start

A report earlier on Monday indicated that “all signs” were pointing in the direction of Robert Griffin III starting for the Cleveland Browns next week. #Browns Hue Jackson said it's "too soon'' to say if RG3 will start vs. #Bengals — Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) December 5, 2016 It makes sense. At 0-12 on the season, Cleveland needs a shot in the arm. If the often-injured...
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Titans players to defy NFL rule on ‘My Cause My Cleats’ in Week 14

If you watched an NFL game during Week 13, you no doubt heard the announcers referring to the “My Cause My Cleats” week, as players were allowed to wear cleats advocating the cause of their choosing. The Tennessee Titans were on a bye, so their players did not get to wear any such cleats. Despite that, the NFL will not let Tennessee’s players wear any “My Cause My Cleats”...
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Report: ‘All signs point to’ Robert Griffin III starting in Week 14

It looks like Robert Griffin III will get his second chance to make a positive impact with the Cleveland Browns in 2016, starting in Week 14 when the team takes on the Cincinnati Bengals. ESPN’s Pat McManamon reported Monday morning that “all signs point to Griffin trying to be the guy to get the Browns’ first win — provided he makes it through practice and looks like he...
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Report: Browns ownership vows to stay the course in meeting

Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam is prepared to suffer through a potential 0-16 season while holding firm to the decisions he’s made. Haslam, wife Dee, and most of the Browns’ leadership – including coach Hue Jackson – recently spoke at a staff meeting for all team employees designed to boost morale, according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports. In the meeting, Haslam...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

The Cleveland Browns need to resign Jamie Collins and Terrelle Pryor

The Cleveland Browns have some personnel decisions to make after the season. With a roster not boasting much talent, it is paramount to keep the few playmakers they do have.  Wide receiver Terrelle Pryor Sr. and linebacker Jamie Collins Sr. are the two names that come to mind.  Both of these men have their set of storylines as far as Browns long-term plans.  Pryor is doing a...
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Cleveland Browns must stay the course

It is that time of year again in Cleveland, Ohio. A unique tradition like no other. As the ground freezes and snowflakes fall from the sky, Browns fans and media alike anxiously anticipate the news on whether the man in charge will swoop in at the end of December and had out pink slips like holiday gifts. That is right, as the Browns are in the midst of a 15-game losing streak, and...
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The Cleveland Browns And Their Path To Infamy

The Cleveland Browns are a sad football team. Thirtieth among NFL teams in offensive yards per game and 31st in yards allowed on defense, the Browns are a tough team to watch on Sundays. It started on draft day when the Browns traded the second overall pick to the Philadelphia Eagles so they could draft Carson Wentz. Of course Cleveland faced Wentz & Co. in Week 1, when he threw...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Cleveland weatherman won’t shave until the Browns win, and he’s getting awfully scruffy

Coming into this season we knew the Cleveland Browns would be bad, but we probably didn’t know they’d be THIS bad. You know, 0-12 bad outscored-by-155-points bad. And no one, other than maybe the Browns’ players and coaches, are suffering more for this putrid season than local weatherman Scott Sabol, who vowed in September that he wouldn’t shave until Cleveland won a game...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Cleveland weatherman hasn’t, won’t shave until Browns win

A local weatherman’s promise to not shave his beard until the Cleveland Browns win a game has had either impressive or disastrous results, depending on one’s particular opinion of unkempt facial hair. Scott Sabol, a meteorologist for Cleveland’s FOX 8, showcased his out-of-control beard as his no-shave pledge was set to enter Day 84 on Wednesday. Here’s what Sabol looked...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Terrelle Pryor believes he “could be so much better,” takes some blame for Browns struggles

Terrelle Pryor, the NFL quarterback was a big flop. Terrelle Pryor, the Cleveland Browns wide receiver? Far from a flop. In fact, most would argue he is about the only redeemable part of an 0-12 season for the Browns, notching 62 receptions for 885 yards and four touchdowns despite five different quarterbacks so far this season. However, the former Ohio State quarterback has taken...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Cleveland Browns: Five keys to the bye week

The Cleveland Browns have had a miserable season. On top of their 0-12 record, the Browns are inexperienced, have a countless number of injuries and have been very inconsistent on both sides of the ball. Luckily, Week 13 of the NFL season will be a bye week for the Browns, and one that the team desperately needs. The week off will give head coach Hue Jackson and the players some...
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Ex-NFL exec: Browns putting players in danger by tanking

The Cleveland Browns have not won a single game through 12 weeks this season, and one former NFL executive believes they are angling for the top overall pick in next year’s draft. That same executive is concerned that the Browns are putting the safety of their players at risk. Jason Cole of Bleacher Report spoke to a former NFL exec who was critical of both the NFL and NFL Players...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Terrelle Pryor inexplicably blames himself for Browns’ 0-12 start

The last person anyone would think to blame for the 0-12 start suffered by the Cleveland Browns is wide receiver Terrelle Pryor. After all, Pryor is easily the best player on the team and a breakout star with his 62 catches for 855 yards and four scores. It doesn’t sound like too much 12 games into a season, but go ahead and scroll through the list of names Cleveland has used at...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Terrelle Pryor tweets great response to Janoris Jenkins

After the Giants’ 27-13 win against the Browns on Sunday, New York cornerback Janoris Jenkins tweeted at Cleveland wide receiver Terrelle Pryor, “you a sh*t eater to me, u really sucks,” but Pryor took the high road and responded with love. Pryor called Jenkins “a great corner” and wished him luck for the rest of the season. You are a great corner. Solid defender! You...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Thomas takes shot at Browns front office

Amid the Browns’ frustration of losing to their most hated rival and still searching for their first win, left tackle Joe Thomas vented a little bit Sunday about the franchise’s rebuilding philosophy. “You’ve got to lie in the bed that you’ve made,” Thomas said, via The Chronicle-Telegram. The bed that Thomas is referring to is the absence of right tackle Mitchell Schwartz...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

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