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Chris Quinn, vice president for content at the Northeast Ohio Media Group… What’s up?

There is something going on at the news organization formerly known as the Cleveland Plain Dealer that the world should know about. It’s not hard to describe but it is hard to explain, especially because the guy who made the call has put up a stone wall since. That would be Chris Quinn, vice president […]

Reports: Browns still in the mix for Josh McCown

If it’s not the Josh McCown Derby, it’s at least a match race. The Browns, like the Bills, are vying to sign McCown, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported Thursday night. Furthermore, John Wawrow of the Associated Press reported McCown has engaged in “contract discussions” with Buffalo and Cleveland. Both reports, it…

Report: Buster Skrine could get up to $7 million per season

If the Browns are to bring back free agent cornerback Buster Skrine, it could cost them quite a bit. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Skrine is anticipated to garner between $5.5 million and $7 million per season in his next contract. Skrine is expected to be in demand in free…

Strickland Expected to Launch Senate Bid

Former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland (D) is likely to launch a long-rumored U.S. Senate bid this week, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. “Strickland is expected to issue a morning statement, and all indications are that he will confirm his intentions [...] The post Strickland Expected to Launch Senate Bid appeared first on Political Wire.

Two Problems with Kasich Strategy

The Cleveland Plain Dealer says there are two potential problems with Gov. John Kasich’s “playing-hard-to-get strategy” as he mulls a presidential bid. “One, Kasich seems to be enjoying the attention a little too much. He knew that a trip to [...] The post Two Problems with Kasich Strategy appeared first on Political Wire.

Ohio Governor John Kasich Eyeing 2016 Run

The Ohio governor is “stepping up preparations” reports Political Wire, via the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “Ed Gillespie, a former Republican National Committee chairman, met recently with Team Kasich… One Republican said a separate dinner meeting included former U.S. Sen. John E. Sununu of New Hampshire, the first primary state. Richard Allen, a senior fellow at [...]

PFT Live 2/11: Vic Lombardi, Offseason To Do Lists: WAS & NYJ

Mike Florio talks to CBS’ Vic Lombardi about the future of some key Broncos players, including Peyton Manning, Wes Welker, and Demaryius Thomas. Mike talks to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer about the loophole that’s allowing the Browns’ future QB coach to be working with Marcus Mariota before the combine. Mike also…

Kevin Love still finding his place on Cavs

Here’s the Cleveland Plain Dealer reporting on Cavaliers power forward Kevin Love, who is still working to fit in with the team: On Monday Kevin Love scored a season-low five points on 1-of-7 shooting while pulling down a game-high 15 rebounds in a 97-84 win over the Philadelphia 76ers. Rather than the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 11th straight victory receiving the [...]

Johnny Manziel entered rehab voluntarily for 'possible dependence on alcohol'

On Monday, the Cleveland Browns announced that quarterback Johnny Manziel had entered a treatment facility on the Wednesday before the Super Bowl. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Manziel entered the program...Show More Summary

Cleveland Plain Dealer's Loss of Reader Representative "Sad, Disappointing" For Local Journalists

The Plain Dealer's decision to cut its reader representative position is drawing criticism from local media and veteran journalists in Cleveland who say it reduces valued self-criticism. Ted Diadiun, who has held the post since 2005, wrote on Saturday that he is giving up the position in order to join the paper's editorial board. Show More Summary

Johnny Manziel enters rehab

Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel entered a treatment facility on the Wednesday before the Super Bowl, the team announced on Monday. Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer first reported it. Browns GM Ray Farmer released...Show More Summary

Johnny Manziel Enters Rehab Program: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel has entered a treatment program after a disastrous rookie season that left many questioning his work ethic and desire. Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer broke the news: Jeremy Fowler of ESPN...Show More Summary

Reports: Johnny Manziel “entered treatment” on Wednesday

According to multiple published reports Monday morning, Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel has sought treatment for undisclosed personal issues. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer and several other reporters, Manziel...Show More Summary

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

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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

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