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Cleveland cop beats disabled vet in front of family because he was called a ‘jerk’: lawsuit

4 days agoNews : The Raw Story

A Cleveland police officer was sued after he beat a disabled veteran in front of his family because the man insulted him. According to a lawsuit reviewed by Northeast Ohio Media Group and The Plain Dealer, Narlin Shadd had been leaving a Friday night Cleveland Indians game in 2005 when he...

'Muddy' QB Situation for Browns Means Brian Hoyer Should Be Re-Signed

The Cleveland Browns do not have a quarterback. They finally have an offensive coordinator, former Oakland Raiders quarterbacks coach, as reported by the Cleveland Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot. As such, the Browns still have decisions...Show More Summary

Tom Clements might be on Browns radar

The Browns are still looking for the right man to run their offense, and they might be looking to Green Bay for another candidate. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Packers offensive coordinator Tom Clements could be on the radar, though they haven’t asked permission to interview him yet. While a…

Cleveland news outlet considers suing Columbus police after photographer is pepper-sprayed

Cleveland Plain Dealer/Northeast Ohio Media Group (NEOMG) photographer John Kuntz was temporarily blinded Monday after being pepper-sprayed while covering the Ohio State football victory celebrations. NEOMG is now threatening to sue the city of Columbus for its officer’s actions. Show More Summary

Browns ramping up OC interviews, including Trestman

After letting Kyle Shanahan walk, the Browns are in the process of finding another offensive coordinator, and they have at least two interviews this week. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns will interview former Bears head coach Marc Trestman and Raiders quarterback coach John DeFilippo this week. They’ve also asked…

They’re saying ‘Oh Yeah!’ a lot in Ohio today

A couple of “Oh Yeah!” sports fronts: Cleveland Plain Dealer (left) and Akron Beacon Journal.

What Does Likely Departure of Kyle Shanahan Mean to Johnny Manziel?

Will father and son, Kyle and Mike Shanahan, reunite at dad's new landing spot in the NFL? Watch Bleacher Report's Adam Lefkoe and Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer discuss Kyle Shanahan's options to leave Cleveland and how that will affect Johnny Manziel. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Thanks for clearing that up, Plain Dealer

From Wednesday’s Plain Dealer: George Rodrigue named Cleveland Plain Dealer editor (cleveland.com)

Baseball Hall of Fame voter admits to losing his ballot

We’ve already run down a list of the worst Hall of Fame ballots of 2015.  One ballot that didn’t make it on our list or any others was that of Paul Hoynes from the Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Hoynes simply didn’t fill out a ballot.  Not because of protests over PEDs. Show More Summary

WOIO News Director Stepping Down

First, veteran reporter Ed Gallek jumps ship, now Cleveland CBS affiliate WOIO will say goodbye to its news director. The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports Dan Salamone is leaving WOIO Friday, January 9. Salamone told staffers the news today in a memo. Show More Summary

George Rodrigue will be editor of The Plain Dealer

3 weeks agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

George Rodrigue, formerly the managing editor of The Dallas Morning News, has been named editor of The Cleveland Plain Dealer, the paper announced Monday. Before coming to The Plain Dealer, Rodrigue was assistant news director for WFAA, an ABC affiliate in Dallas. Show More Summary

Ed Gallek Jumps to WJW

The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports, veteran reporter Ed Gallek is leaving Cleveland’s WOIO for FOX affiliate WJW. “This has nothing to do with any dissatisfaction at Channel 19,” Gallek said. “I have absolutely nothing bad to say about Channel 19. Show More Summary

George Rodrigue is named Plain Dealer editor

George Rodrigue, who resigned as Dallas Morning News managing editor in September to become assistant news director at WFAA-TV, has been named Cleveland Plain Dealer editor. The press release: George Rodrigue named Editor of The Plain Dealer George Rodrigue, the long-time VP and Managing Editor of The Dallas Morning News and Pulitzer Prize winner, will … Read More

LeBron James will not play against Atlanta due to knee soreness, per report

James will sit out on his 30th birthday. Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James will not play on Tuesday against the Atlanta Hawks due to knee soreness, according to Chris Haynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. James was listed as questionable...Show More Summary

Brian Hoyer not practicing, looks unlikely to go Sunday

It looks like the cavalcade of backup quarterbacks starting in Week 17 is going to include Connor Shaw. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer still isn’t practicing because of shoulder and biceps injuries. That makes it appear extremely unlikely that he’d be able to go in Sunday’s…

Murder Suspect Goes Free After 18 Years in Prison

Prosecutors in Cleveland have dropped the charges against a murder suspect who was imprisoned for more than 18 years but maintained his innocence and was granted a new trial. The Plain Dealer reports 40-year-old Anthony Lemons said a burden was lifted from him as a judge acquitted him yesterday. In...

Ohio Teen Shot Dead After He Tries To Steal Another Man’s Shoes

An Ohio teen is dead after he attempted to rob another man of a pair of expensive shoes, The Cleveland Plain Dealer is reporting. 16-year-old Jawaad Jabbar was fatally shot by the man he and two accomplices were trying to rob. Jabbar...Show More Summary

Major Cleveland Outlet Is Dead Wrong About The City's Transgender Non-Discrimination Law

Cleveland.com, the news portal for the Cleveland Plain Dealer and Northeast Ohio Media Group (NOMG), is grossly misrepresenting an ordinance that would protect transgender people from discrimination in public accommodations, falselyShow More Summary

Report: Browns to “explore all options” at quarterback

That homeless guy apparently has given Jimmy Haslam some new advice. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns intend to “explore all options” at quarterback this season. Those options include a possible trade up to get Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, a player with whom G.M. Ray Farmer reportedly is smitten.…

PFT Live 12/15: Tom Curran, Mary Kay Cabot

Mike Florio chats with CSN New England Patriots Insider, Tom Curran about the the Patriots clinching the AFC East and when Bill Belichick will retire. Then, Florio chats with Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer about the performance of Johnny Manziel in his first NFL start, the Browns QB dilemma, and the shoulder injury…

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