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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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Cleveland Browns 101: Zone Blocking Scheme is Coming in 2014

[caption id="attachment_28390" align="alignnone" width="640"] Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports[/caption] For 2014, the Cleveland Browns are taking a page out of Vince Lombardi's playbook from 1959. New offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and company will be using a zone blocking scheme to run the football. In fact, many pro and college teams use this scheme in their offense presently. What is a zone blocking scheme though? Let's examine and tell you what to look
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2014 NFL Draft: Browns Bypass Wide Receiver, Select Nevada OT Joel Bitonio at No.35

After the sudden announcement of Josh Gordon facing a year-long suspension for marijuana, the Cleveland Browns selected former Nevada offensive lineman, Joel Bitonio, with the 35th pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. Bitonio, a All-Mountain West selection in 2013, started all 38 games from 2011 to 2013. At 6’4 and 315 pounds, Bitonio was widely considered one of the top offensive lineman prospect in the draft. While many expected the