The circle of life was in action for the Cleveland Browns’ quarterbacks this week as the team took on the Pittsburgh Steelers. Colt McCoy’s 2011 season ended due to a concussion he suffered against Pittsburgh, and he made his return to the field after rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden was taken out of the game following a blow to the head. Show More Summary
The Browns lead 20-14 with three minutes to play and they’ve got the ball following Joe Haden’s interception of Charlie Batch. It won’t be Brandon Weeden trying to ice the game, however. Weeden has been taken to the locker room for “further evaluation” after getting hurt on a Browns series that ended with an incompletion…
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski became the first tight end in NFL history to have three consecutive seasons with 10 or more receiving touchdowns during Sunday's 59-24 win over the Indianapolis Colts. Gronkowski also exited...Show More Summary
The NFL Trade Deadline is looming on Tuesday, October 30th, and there is a good chance the NFL league office might push the deadline back with Hurricane Sandy knocking on the door of New York City. Is there a chance that the Jacksonville Jaguars might trade for either New York Jets QB Tim Tebow or [...]
Brandon Weeden got the start at quarterback for the Cleveland Browns from day one of his rookie year, prompting questions about whether former starter Colt McCoy would be in a different uniform this season. As Weeden progresses as an...Show More Summary
Is NFL too lenient towards offenders? – NFL Feature-Part Two The efforts of protecting players from concussions had a major boost since controversial handling of the head injury of quarterback Colt McCoy by the Cleveland Browns. McCoy’s family became furious and his dad particularly flayed the Browns for mishandling his son’s head injury. Show More Summary
Return of Colt McCoy, but when? – NFL Feature An outside pressure on Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur is amounting to bring back former quarterback Colt McCoy on the starting line which the coach has resisted to an extent. His persistence...Show More Summary
Republican Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan may know his word leaders, but he needs to brush up on his former Big 12 quarterbacks. During his visit to Browns practice on Wednesday, Ryan confused Brandon Weeden, who went to Oklahoma State, with Colt McCoy, who went to Texas. “I think he saw the red [practice] jerseys…
Paul Ryan, the Republican vice presidential candidate, was in the Cleveland area Wednesday campaigning. The schedule included a stop in Berea, at the Browns' facility where, according to the pool report, Ryan addressed the team and praised 29-year-old rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden, whom the congressman said he watched play at Oklahoma State.
Paul Ryan does not know what Brandon Weeden looks like. Granted, such a fact has no bearing on the presidential campaign and holds absolutely no weight as to the type of vice president Ryan might be. It's just hilarious. The Plain Dealer...Show More Summary
The Republican VP candidate confuses Colt McCoy for Brandon Weeden.
The Browns aren't that bad. We told you that last week, before they defeated the Bengals on Sunday, but if you needed more proof, here it is: vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan visited Cleveland's practice facility today. (Ryan's a diehard Packers fan, but politics compels people to do strange things. Show More Summary
The No. 13 ranked Oklahoma Sooners manhandled No. 15 Texas Longhorns 63-21, but that doesn't mean they should sky-rocket in the polls. This is not Colt McCoy and Sam Bradford's Red River Rivalry. This matchup featured an obviously overrated Texas squad led by a head coach that deserves to be on the hot seat. Show More Summary
Ever since the Cleveland Browns either misdiagnosed Colt McCoy's concussion (or didn't diagnose it at all) late last season, the NFL has put forth the appearance that it is far more proactive when it comes to protecting players from returning to games after suffering head injuries. Show More Summary
Fans demand subsides but pressure on Cleveland Browns QB Brandon Weeden to perform – NFL News The demand from Cleveland Browns’ fans to replace rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden with former offence leader QB Colt McCoy has subsided to...Show More Summary
Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur not to replace Brandon Weeden with Colt McCoy – NFL News Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur has ruled out the possibility of succumbing to the fans’ demand of bringing back quarterback Colt McCoy on...Show More Summary
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Browns first-round rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden was so bad in his debut on Sunday that coach Pat Shurmur has already been asked about benching Weeden in favor of Colt McCoy. But Shurmur insists that’s not going to happen. Asked what he would say to Cleveland fans who want McCoy back on the field, Shurmur dismissed…
The rookie debut of QB Brandon Weeden was a complete disaster for the Cleveland Browns. How long before Colt McCoy sees actions for the Brownies? Five rookie signal callers started for NFL clubs on Sunday and Weeden’s performance was the worst, as he posted a 5.1 passer rating. Yes, the Browns were facing a formidable [...]
Cleveland Browns GM Tom Heckert backs QB Colt McCoy behind Brandon Weeden – NFL News Cleveland Browns backup quarterback Colt McCoy has finally found himself in a stable situation as far as his prospects with the Browns are concerned,...Show More Summary