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2018 NFL Draft: How The New York Jets Acquiring The No.3 Pick From The Indianapolis Colts Effects The Cleveland Browns At No.1

Not even 24 hours after No.16 seed University of Maryland Baltimore County destroyed brackets everywhere in upsetting the top overall seed Virginia Cavaliers, the New York Jets decided to top that in making an even bigger move to the top in the upcoming 2018 NFL Draft. With the East Coast already bracing for another Nor’easter, the Jets created their own proverbial geostorm in trading the No.6, 37th and 49th overall
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Will Browns Rebound With Josh Gordon?

CLEVELAND- After a wait that seemed eternal, Josh Gordon will start at receiver for the Browns. As many fans recall, Gordon has a troubling history with drugs which started at Baylor. The dark cloud of addiction followed him to the NFL, prompting teams to pass on him during the draft. The NFL's supplemental draft gave Josh Gordon the opportunity to start his career. Tomorrow, Gordon can put the storm in the
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DeShone Kizer rushes for a touchdown in the first quarter against the Steelers. (Sept. 10 2017) Source: Justin K. Aller/ Getty Images North America DeShone Kizer rushes for a touchdown in the first quarter against the Steelers. (Sept. 10 2017) Source: Justin K. Aller/ Getty Images North America
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NFL Week Two: DeShone Kizer Looks to Improve as Browns Face Ravens

B [caption id="attachment_104584" align="alignnone" width="540"] DeShone Kizer rushes for a touchdown in the first quarter against the Steelers. (Sept. 10 2017) Source: Justin K. Aller/ Getty Images North America[/caption] ALTIMORE- The Cleveland Browns (0-1) travel to M&T Bank Stadium to face the Ravens (1-0) in their second AFC North matchup. The Browns nearly defeated Pittsburgh but lost 21-18. The Ravens won against the Cincinnati Bengals.  Browns rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer
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Cleveland Browns: Isaiah Crowell Set To Take Next Step As A Top NFL Running Back

With training camp right around the corner, the 1-15 Cleveland Browns have reason for a turnaround. One reason is from an unlikely position. Running back, most notably fourth-year tailback Isaiah Crowell. Normally, when one talks or about or even mentions the Browns, the first thing that comes to mind is their perennial dysfunction at quarterback, coach and the front office. By all accounts, all three seem to have somewhat stabilized,
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Cleveland Browns: Why It is Smart To Not Sleep On QB DeShone Kizer Starting In 2017

26. Yes, 26 different NFL quarterbacks have tried. And all of them have failed in securing perhaps the most dangerous job in American sports. Starting quarterback for the Cleveland Browns. From Tim Couch to Brady Quinn, Brandon Weeden to most recently Cody Kessler, Cleveland has been the proverbial graveyard where quarterbacks go to die. For whatever rhyme or reason, the franchise that had the likes of Hall of Famers such
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Cleveland Browns: Why WR Ricardo Louis Is The Breakout Player To Watch For

With training camp set to start and holes at wide receiver, one potential breakout player to watch out for is Cleveland Browns second-year WR Ricardo Louis. Louis, a 6’2 215-pounder out of Auburn, was selected 114th overall in the 2016 NFL Draft. During his rookie year, Louis caught 18 passes for 205 yards. While he did not score any touchdowns, he proved to be a valuable possession receiver in forming
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Cleveland Browns: Three Questions Heading Into Training Camp

With training camp coming up soon, there are a range of questions that swirl around the 2017 Cleveland Browns heading into training camp. As organized team activities (OTA’s) are set to wrap up on June 8, there are some unresolved issues at QB, WR and on defense in the current health and status of top overall pick Myles Garrett and first round pick Jabrill Peppers heading into minicamp. Below are
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Cleveland Browns: LB Christian Kirksey’s Contract Extension, Big Piece To Rebuilding Puzzle

In another sign that they are beginning to turn things around, the Cleveland Browns locked up linebacker Christian Kirksey to a four-year contract extension worth $38 million. Kirksey, a fourth-year linebacker out of the University of Iowa, selected 71st overall in the third round, finished with 148 tackles while starting all 16 games, third most in NFL. The 6’2, 235-pound Kirksey has been a consistent force on the Cleveland defense
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Cleveland Browns: Five Reasons Why A .500 Season Is Not Out Of The Realm Of Possibility

With rookie minicamps out of the way, and with the whole team set to report to OTA’s next week, early impressions of the 2017-18 Cleveland Browns are universally positive. They say that first impressions matter in life. They also matter if you’re a rookie or grizzled veteran in the NFL, but per local reports coming out of Northeast Ohio, DE Myles Garrett, SS Jabrill Peppers and TE David Njoku have
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Opinion: Browns Naming Cody Kessler Starter, Offers Team A Chance Of Continuity At QB

CLEVELAND, OH – Real quick. When was the last time you heard the phrase, “if the Cleveland Browns can solidify the starting quarterback”. One time too many since 1999. Perhaps they may have taken a step towards establishing some form of continuity with head coach Hue Jackson naming second-year signal-caller Cody Kessler his starter going into team OTA’s. Per a report from Cleveland.com’s long-time Browns beat writer, Mary Kay Cabot, Jackson