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Cleveland Browns' Josh Gordon Denies Addiction In Interview

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Despite several failed drug tests and a year-long suspension, the Pro Bowl wide receiver continues to deny that he has a problem.

Epitome Of Bad Parents: Cleveland Browns Fans Cited For Endangerment For Leaving Children Alone To Tailgate

Ball is life Cleveland Browns Fans Leave Children Unsupervised To Tailgate Via CBSSports If you plan on tailgating at an NFL game this week and you don’t plan on bringing your kids, make sure to hire a babysitter. Three Browns

Browns vs. Titans: Breaking Down Cleveland's Game Plan

A 1-2 start to a season is nothing new for the Cleveland Browns. Winning records are very hard to come by around here. The difference this year, however, is the level of optimism the Browns have heading out of the bye week. They will...Show More Summary

Jordan Cameron getting full practice Wednesday, ready for fantasy owners

Jordan Cameron had the bye week to rest his shoulder and should be ready for Week 5. We break down the fantasy implications. Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron was a full participant in Wednesday's practice. He should be ready...Show More Summary

How Ben Tate's Return Will Impact Browns' Backfield in Week 5 and Beyond

Though limited in practice on Wednesday, Cleveland Browns running back Ben Tate is expected back in the active starting lineup for the team's Week 5 contest against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. Tate, a veteran free-agent signing in...Show More Summary

Ben Tate back at practice, expected to finally start again for fantasy owners

The Browns' primary back coming into the season appears to finally be overcoming his injury. We break down the fantasy implications. Cleveland Browns running back Ben Tate (knee) participated in a limited practice on Wednesday, according to the Akron Beacon Journal's Nate Ulrich. Show More Summary

Ben Tate's Updated 2014 Fantasy Outlook Heading into Week 5

The 2014 fantasy football season passed quickly by Cleveland Browns running back Ben Tate, perhaps faster than any owner who took the gamble on him could have ever imagined. One of last offseason's breakout darlings thanks to decentShow More Summary

Ben Tate's return crowds Browns' backfield

BEREA, Ohio -- Clichés dominate sports, and one of them is a team can never have enough talented players at any position. The Cleveland Browns are about to challenge that bromide. Because when Ben Tate returns -- which will likely happen this week -- the Browns will have three talented running backs, all of whom will want the ball. Show More Summary

Cleveland Browns vs. Tennessee Titans: Spread Analysis and Pick Prediction

Are the Cleveland Browns playoff contenders? More importantly, are they good bets? Even though they are 1-2 SU, the Browns are also 2-1 against the spread this season, and hot with Brian Hoyer at quarterback. Cleveland shoots for the.500...Show More Summary

The Film Don't Lie: Titans

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- A weekly look at what the Tennessee Titans must fix. All sorts of circumstances have prevented the Titans from running the ball often early in games this season. As they prepare for the Cleveland Browns' visit toShow More Summary

Jake Locker in line to return to practice

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Jake Locker is likely to be involved in practice when the Tennessee Titans start to prepare for the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday. At his Monday news conference coach Ken Whisenhunt said he's optimistic about hisShow More Summary

ESPN now has two Cleveland Browns beat reporters??

Last week, ESPN quietly announced that it had hired Jeremy Fowler away from CBSSports.com to become a Cleveland-based NFL reporter. You might think he’s going to replace someone, however, in the press blurb, ESPN said Fowler would work in concert with current Browns beat reporter Pat McManamon. Show More Summary

Andrew Hawkins Becoming Star in Cleveland Browns Balanced Offense

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins is probably a pretty easy player to overlook. At just 5'7" and 180 pounds, he is never going to stand out as the biggest guy on the field. Playing alongside guys such as A.J. Green and Jermaine...Show More Summary

Curiosity, perceptions surround Johnny Manziel's bye weekend

That Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel is spending his bye weekend Saturday watching Texas A&M at Jerry World isn't an uncommon concept -- players visit their colleges on their bye weeks all the time -- but it is interesting for two reasons. There's the nostalgic reason. Show More Summary

Browns receivers coach in touch with Josh Gordon often

BEREA, Ohio -- Cleveland Browns receivers coach Mike McDaniel is in touch with Josh Gordon "often," McDaniel said. "Right now, my role is to be a supporter, because one thing that jumped off the map for me once I started working with him in the spring is he does want to be great," McDaniel said. Show More Summary

Now joining Cleveland Browns beat: Jeremy Fowler

This is going to be fun. I've never been to Cleveland, but my first step onto Northern Ohio soil will be as a Cleveland resident. Save me a spot in The Flats. My name is Jeremy Fowler, and as of Tuesday, I'll be on the ground as a senior NFL writer for ESPN and ESPN's NFL Nation, covering the Cleveland Browns and helping with overall league coverage. Show More Summary

Fantasy owners will want to keep an eye on the Browns backfield

Ben Tate is going to get his carries held in check upon his return and Isaiah Crowell is on the rise. We break down the fantasy implications. Cleveland Browns beat writer Tony Grossi of ESPN Cleveland guessed Ben Tate will handle roughly 15 touches per game upon his return from a knee injury. Show More Summary

Fantasy Football Week 4: Complete Thursday Night Preview

Now comes the interesting part in regard to your fantasy team. With the start of Week 4 comes the first of the off weeks for the 32 NFL teams. You won’t be seeing the Arizona Cardinals, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Denver Broncos, St. Show More Summary

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