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Quinn, Browns will appear on national stage

November 16, 2009 Now an entire nation of football fans has a chance to watch the Brown. more »»

Browns can’t catch a break

November 14, 2009 BEREA -- For the Browns receivers, it’s business as usual this week despite having to deal with another quarterback change. more »»

Quinn is in, but Browns still in turmoil

November 12, 2009 Here we go again. Brady Quinn is in as quarterback for the Browns, and Derek Anderson is back on the sideline. more »»

Monday night game could be a catastrophe

November 11, 2009 It should be some Monday Night Football game when the Cleveland Browns host the Baltimore Ravens in five days. The entire nation gets to watch the 1-7 Browns, warts and all. more »»

Browns still dysfunctional after bye week

November 10, 2009 BEREA Bye weeks should be a chance for players and coaches to get away from it all, enjoy some down time and return with a rejuvenated attitud. more »»

Can Warfield be Browns' strong leader?

November 5, 2009 So Cleveland Browns owner Randy Lerner is looking for a strong, credible, serious leader to run the show. more »»

And the madness continues

November 4, 2009 BEREA The last place to go to get information on the strange happenings surrounding the Browns is the team facility. more »»

Time for some major changes

November 2, 2009 NOW that the Browns have reached the bye week on their schedule, you have to wonder how many off days coach Eric Mangini will give the players. more »»

Cutler's play key Sunday

October 31, 2009 Not long ago Denver Broncos coach Josh McDaniels was criticized for trading quarterback Jay Cutler to the Chicago Bears. more »»

Cribbs, Hester provide returns

October 30, 2009 BEREA It might appear as if fans sitting at Soldier Field Sunday for the game between the Browns and Chicago Bears are watching a tennis match. more »»

Cleveland, we have a problem

October 28, 2009 Right now might be a good time for Cleveland Browns owner Randy Lerner to issue a public statement in support of coach Eric Mangini. more »»

Get used to more Derek Anderson

October 27, 2009 BEREA For those fans who are tired of watching the Derek Anderson show at quarterback for the Browns, get used to i. more »»

Browns missed on Matthews

October 23, 2009 BEREA Not to upset Browns fans too much, but they could have had Clay Matthews III. more »»

Browns’ Cribbs worth the money

October 21, 2009 The Cleveland Browns actually have the upper hand in one area — Joshua Cribbs’ contract. more »»

Bernie is back with the Browns

October 20, 2009 BEREA - Bernie Kosar has signed on with the Browns as a consultant, which might prompt interesting questions from some of his many fans: Why wasn’t he named offensive coordinator?more »»

Steelers seem to get it right

October 16, 2009 BEREA It’s appropriate that the Pittsburgh Steelers have the color gold in their uniforms. If there’s a gold standard for the NFL, it’s the Steelers. more »»

Critical time for Quinn

October 14, 2009 YOU have to wonder if quarterback Brady Quinn feels differently about the decision he made prior his final game at Notre Dame. more »»

Offense still a problem

October 13, 2009 BEREA -- The Browns’ 6-3 win over the Buffalo Bills felt so good to coach Eric Mangini that he gave the players Monday off. more »»

Browns must contain TO

October 10, 2009 Until Wednesday, the Browns weren’t the only NFL team with a high-priced, under-achieving, controversial receiver. more »»

Browns need few receivers to step up

October 9, 2009 BEREA One thing you notice immediately when looking at new Browns receiver Chansi Stuckey is that he’s not Braylon Edwards. more »»

 
 
 

 

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