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Josh McCown has broken collarbone

We may not know much about Browns quarterback Cody Kessler right now, but we’ll likely learn a lot about him in the coming weeks. Unless he gets injured. Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that Josh McCown has a broken collarbone in his left (non-throwing) arm. The fracture isn’t displaced. He nevertheless…

Browns players excited about playing with Josh McCown

Robert Griffin III is out, possibly for the season. Josh McCown is in. And the Browns are making the most of it. “He’s going to be awesome Sunday,” receiver Terrelle Pryor said, via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “I can’t wait. I can’t wait to go play for him and I can’t…

Writer getting hate mail from Trumpkins only because his name is ‘Gomez’

Harry Gomez of the Cleveland Plain Dealer is getting a barrage of hate from Trump fans. I have wondered how I can objectively point out that Trump encourages hate. I find myself searching for the best response when a friend at a party or a person in politics excuses Trump by arguing that he is [...]

Guess What Trump Fans Call a Writer Named Gomez?

Henry J. Gomez, Cleveland Plain Dealer: For 15 years, my ethnic last name has appeared above all of my stories. Which means, for 15 years, some readers have judged me only by that ethnic last name.... Call it bigotry. Call it racism....Show More Summary

Ohio’s top Republican political operatives refuse to help Trump’s campaign: report

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Maybe Donald Trump shouldn’t have picked such a public fight with Ohio Gov. John Kasich. During an interview with WBUR’s On Point Radio on Tuesday, Cleveland Plain Dealer chief political reporter Henry Gomez said that many top Republican operatives in Ohio are refusing to help out...

Report: Browns would only trade Josh McCown for a high draft pick

Quarterback-needy teams interested in Cleveland’s Josh McCown should probably look elsewhere. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Cowboys were interested in McCown until they found out how high the Browns’ asking price was, and the Vikings shouldn’t even bother to ask unless they’re willing to part with a high pick.…

The price of denouncing Trump

The Cleveland Plain Dealer has a story today speculating that Ohio Governor John Kasich is already making plans to contest the GOP presidential nomination in 2020. They note that Kasich is scheduled to be in New Hampshire on August 28-29 “for a reunion with his supporters there and to campaign and raise money for GOP [...]Show More Summary

Kasich Returns to New Hampshire with Eye on 2020

Cleveland Plain Dealer: “For Kasich, the trip will be his first to New Hampshire since finishing second to eventual GOP nominee Donald Trump in the February primary there. Kasich so far has refused to endorse Trump, citing the New York [...]

Secretary Pritzker Forgets About Steel Users

Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker authored an Aug. 12, 2016, opinion piece in the on-line version of the Cleveland Plain Dealer that emphasizes her desire to protect the steel industry from import competition. She states, “We take seriously...Show More Summary

Report: Robert Griffin III filing for divorce from wife of three years

Robert Griffin III is trying to rebuild his football career in Cleveland, while starting a new chapter in his life as well. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Griffin has separated from his wife and is in the process of filing for divorce. He’s far from the first quarterback to go…

Terrelle Pryor appears as a starting receiver on Cleveland’s first depth chart

Terrelle Pryor’s transition to receiver is apparently going pretty well. Via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns have issued their first training-camp depth chart. Pryor is listed as a starting receiver. Also on the first string is rookie first-rounder Corey Coleman. The second-string receivers are Andrew Hawkins and Marlon Moore. Josh…

Chad Johnson is coming back to the Browns

His departure didn’t last as long as his initial stay, apparently. Former NFL receiver Chad Johnson tells Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer that he’ll be returning to the Browns after a short absence to continue working with the team. And he doesn’t plan to leave again. “You really thought I was leaving?”…

Cavs Coach Lue Agrees New Five-Year Deal

The Cleveland Cavaliers and head coach Tyronn Lue have agreed on a new five-year deal worth $35 million, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported on Monday.

Amir Riep to Ohio State: Buckeyes Land 4-Star CB Prospect

Coveted cornerback Amir Riep announced Saturday that he's going to play college football at Ohio State, providing a sizable boost to the Buckeyes' 2017 recruiting class. Ari Wasserman of the Cleveland Plain Dealer confirmed the defender's school choice. Riep is a 4-star prospect from Cincinnati who rates as the No. Show More Summary

Hue Jackson has drawn up plays specifically for Terrelle Pryor

The guy who once drew up plays for Terrelle Pryor the quarterback is now doing the same thing for Terrelle Pryor the receiver. As explained by Terry Pluto of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Browns coach Hue Jackson has devised specific ways to get the ball into Pryor’s hands so that he then can use his…

How People Responded To Hampton Creek CEO Josh Tetrick’s ‘Dear Donald’ Ad In The NY Times

Tetrick says the response to his open letter ad to Donald Trump in the New York Times and the Cleveland Plain Dealer was overwhelming and humbling.

Cleveland Paper Highlights 'About 100' in 'March of the Oppressed' Black Protesters

They say it’s the Republican convention, but the press will be happy to make it the Anti-Republican convention. On the home page of the Cleveland Plain Dealer’s website on Sunday was a large picture with the headline “National Convention of the Oppressed marches in Cleveland.” It doesn't matter how many attend. The crowd was estimated at “about 100.”

GOP Convention Seating Chart Released

Cleveland Plain Dealer: “The best seat in The Q — center stage, front row —goes to New York, the home state of presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump. Other front-row assignments will go to Alabama, Connecticut, New Jersey, Wisconsin and California. [...]

Cleveland Plain Dealer Finds Its Next Managing Editor

3 months agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlLA

Trending news editor Timothy Warsinkey gets a big promotion.

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