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How To Fix The Cleveland Browns By 2016

CLEVELAND – 24 hours after yet another second-half collapse in a 34-20 loss to the visiting Arizona Cardinals, it may be time for owner Jimmy Haslam to consider cleaning house. To quote a meme on Facebook from fellow INSCMagazine’s Senior Browns beat writer Matthew Wilder, watching the Browns play is like watching the movie Titanic every Sunday and rooting for the ship, if that is the case, then after seeing
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NFL: Browns Could Sign Ray Rice Soon

CLEVELAND- The Browns came into pre-season looking team that was determined to score points by their physical ground assault. However, the Browns pre-season loss to Washington gave the Cleveland faithful more questions than answers. In all fairness, part of the problem could have the substitions on the offensive line. The Browns usually stout rushing attack usually depends on Joe Thomas and Alex Mack being active in the run blocking scheme.
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NFL: Will Josh McCown Thrive Under Pressure or Fold?

CLEVELAND- Most starting quarterbacks failed in their starting role since the Browns returned to the NFL in 1999. Names like Tim Couch, Ty Detmer, Jeff Garcia, Brady Quinn, and Colt McCoy are among the quarterbacks who struggled. After more than 20 failed quarterbacks, the Browns found an answer to their prayers as former third string quarterback Brian Hoyer achieved a rare feat, ending up with a winning record as Browns
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NFL: Will Josh McCown Start for Browns?

CLEVELAND- The Browns signed former Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh McCown last Friday. The deal is worth $14 million over the course of three years. There are also  incentives including playing team which could increase the value of the contract to $20 million over three years. Usually when a Browns quarterback is paid at least $6 million on average, he is the starter. McCown will earn $5.25 million in 2015. General manager Ray
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NFL: Browns, Brian Hoyer Look For Redemption Against Raiders

[caption id="attachment_32644" align="aligncenter" width="594"] Brian Hoyer and Ben Tate (October 19, 2014 - Source: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images North America)[/caption]   CLEVELAND- Last Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars was a disaster. The Browns were completely destroyed by a team that was 0-6, the Jacksonville Jaguars. The offense's performance left little to be desired. The Jaguars defense charged through the Browns offensive line, which gave Brian Hoyer minimal time to look at his options and make the best
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NFL: Browns Take On Blake Bortles, Hungry Jaguars

  [caption id="attachment_32208" align="aligncenter" width="400" class=" "] Brian Hoyer (October 12, 2014 - Source: Jason Miller/Getty Images North America)[/caption] JACKSONVILLE- The Jacksonville Jaguars are 0-6. Rookie quarterback Blake Bortles is still learning how to transition to the NFL. If the game against the Tennessee Titans was any indication, Bortles is on his way to making the Jaguars offense a feared unit. The Jaguars have depended the use of the running
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NFL Free Agency 2014: Wide Receivers are dominant group

  [caption id="attachment_23250" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Emmanuel Sanders (December 14, 2013 - Source: Gregory Shamus/Getty Images North America)[/caption]   The 2014 NFL free agency period gives underdogs a chance to begin a renaissance period. Teams like the Browns, Raiders, Bills, and Jaguars have a chance to go from a bunch of ragtag teams that get a few lucky wins to consistent winners who dream of grandeur in the playoffs. Here are
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Can the Cleveland Browns end the curse with a solid 2014 draft?

[caption id="attachment_19653" align="alignnone" width="400"] The Cleveland Browns might select Johnny Manziel to be their next franchise quarterback. (November 29, 2013 - Source: Jamie Squire/Getty Images North America)[/caption]   CLEVELAND- The Cleveland Browns lost to the Chicago Bears 38-31 yesterday afternoon. The last three games may be evidence that the Browns have enough weapons to challenge teams for at least three quarters. They lost to the Jacksonville Jaguars 32-28 and 27-26 to