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Browns drilling RG3 in throwing mechanics, avoiding hits

As Browns quarterback Robert Griffin III enters his fifth NFL season, he still needs to be reminded of some of the basics. Specifically, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports, the Browns have three major lessons they’re drilling into Griffin in his first few months with his new team: 1. Plant your back foot, then throw. 2.…

Cavaliers take over newspaper front pages following NBA championship

For the first time in 52 years, the newspapers of Cleveland had the opportunity to create front pages commemorating a championship after the Cavaliers were crowned NBA champions on Sunday. Cleveland Plain Dealer front page — Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) June 20, 2016 #Cavs front page is big draw, Beacon Journal to print more copies […]

Portman Flips on Gun Ban for Terror Suspects

Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH) said that he favors a federal ban on weapons sales to those on the U.S. terrorist watch list, even though he voted against a similar proposal last year, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

A father lunged in court at the man convicted of killing his 18-year-old daughter

A father tried to attack his daughter's convicted killer in a Cleveland courtroom on Thursday, The Cleveland Plain Dealer  reports. Van Terry, whose 18-year-old daughter, Shirrelda, was one of Michael Madison's three victims, was addressing...Show More Summary

Jim Brown says Josh Gordon is taking the steps necessary to return

The Browns still don’t know when or if they’ll see Josh Gordon, but there are continued signs that the suspended wide receiver is working toward a comeback. Hall of Famer Jim Brown told Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer that he’s spoken to Gordon recently and is convinced he’s on the right path.…

Browns tight end Gary Barnidge has sports hernia surgery

One of the bright spots and potential building blocks of the Browns offense will now go into training camp as yet another question mark for the team. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Browns tight end Gary Barnidge underwent sports hernia surgery this morning in Philadelphia, and will be out until…

Brian Hartline Released by Browns: Latest Comments and Reaction

The Cleveland Browns have released wide receiver Brian Hartline, according to Pro Football Talk and Mary Kay Cabot of the Plain Dealer. Hartline, 29, caught 46 passes for 523 yards and two touchdowns in 2015. You can follow Timothy Rapp on Twitter. Read more NFL news on

Corey Coleman admits rookie minicamp left him “gassed”

Browns coach Hue Jackson said first-round receiver Corey Coleman needs to get in shape. First-round receiver Corey Coleman doesn’t disagree. “It’s the truth,” Coleman said Saturday, via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “We didn’t know it was going to be [so much running]. I feel like we can always be in better…

Bonus Quote of the Day

“It’s going to be a fascinating year, in a horrible kind of way.” — Ex-Ohio Gov. Bob Taft (R), quoted by the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Cleveland Plain Dealer blasted for fake NBA story, lack of road MLB reporters

2 months agoSports : Awful Announcing

The Cleveland Plain Dealer and its website are facing significant criticism on a number of fronts. This Cleveland Scene piece from Vince Grzegorek highlights several of them, but the most important here are the site falling...Show More Summary

Josh Gordon’s petition for reinstatement is denied

For weeks, the NFL had nothing to say about the potential reinstatement of receiver Josh Gordon. Now, the NFL is saying plenty. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the NFL has denied Gordon’s petition for reinstatement. Per Cabot, Gordon can apply “later in the year.” The report caps a 24-hour period…

The Cleveland fans’ choice: Johnny Manziel over Jim Brown

3 months agoSports : Mark Bradley

This is my favorite sports story ever. As noted by Awful Announcing, the website — essentially the Cleveland Plain Dealer, a fine newsgathering operation — sought to…

Browns are thinking about a RG3 deal, not a Kaepernick trade

The Browns may not have a quarterback at the moment, but they appear to have at least settled in on a direction toward obtaining one. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Browns officials told their local reporters that they were working on the possibility of a deal with free agent quarterback…

Donte Whitner isn’t worried about getting whacked

With the Browns shedding veterans like Karlos Dansby and Dwayne Bowe, Donte Whitner could be next. He believes he won’t be. “I’m not thinking about that,” Whitner told Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “I’m just working out, getting in the best shape possible. It’s really unfortunate that they let Karlos go. He’s a…

Browns will trade a third-round pick if Kaepernick will take a pay cut

The Browns are willing to trade a third-round pick to the 49ers to acquire quarterback Colin Kaepernick — but only if Kaepernick is willing to take a pay cut. Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that the 49ers want a second-round pick, but might settle for the Browns’ third-round pick, which is…

The Cleveland Plain Dealer Endorses Kasich: He's the Only Adult in the Room

Ohio’s largest newspaper, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, endorsed Gov. John Kasich on Thursday for the GOP primary, noting that he’s an "experienced...

Spare Me One Last Media-Generated ‘Kasich Surging’ Narrative

Ahem — here’s the second section of today’s Morning Jolt: Spare Me One Last Media-Generated ‘Kasich Surging’ Narrative The Cleveland Plain Dealer asks, “Has John Kasich eclipsed Marco Rubio in the establishment lane?” Dave Weigel reports from Kasich’s rally: He took the stage at his election night party before half the Michigan votes were in. Show More Summary

“Believeland,” ESPN’s old Cleveland 30 for 30, has new director, will screen at film fest

4 months agoSports : Awful Announcing

Back in May 2013, Kris Belman appeared on ESPN Radio in Cleveland and spoke to The Cleveland Plain Dealer about an upcoming ESPN 30 for 30 on Cleveland sports fans he was directing. At that time, Belman, the director of the acclaimed...Show More Summary

Browns expected to make a run at Mohamed Sanu

Soon-to-be free agent Mohamed Sanu has practically said his goodbye to Cincinnati already, but at least one of the teams that want him has a familiar look. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns “are expected to pursue,” the fifth-year wideout, who is well familiar with coach Hue Jackson. Jackson…

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