The NFL will likely not share their amusement, but apparently the recipients of Johnny Manziel’s Half-Bud Adams Salute thought it was funny. Via Tom Reed of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Washington outside linebacker Brian Orakpo used all 10 of his fingers to make Manziel’s “money” gesture after one of the three sacks Manziel took. “I didn’t…
As if worrying about the status of Josh Gordon wasn't enough for the Cleveland Browns, now they could be without Travis Benjamin. The Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot reported that Benjamin was being tested for a concussion by the team's...Show More Summary
Via the Cleveland Plain Dealer: Safe to say, not many sporting events would include a trio of drag singers lip-syncing "Proud Mary" as the opening number. Or an athlete from Mexico decked out in a sombrero -- and knee-high, red, platform boots and skimpy silver shorts. Show More Summary
Cleveland Browns legend Jim Brown rarely pulls punches, and he wasn't likely to do so with Josh Gordon. Attending his first training camp of the year, Brown told the Cleveland Plain Dealer that Gordon — the troubled receiver who is facing...Show More Summary
Mike Florio talks to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer about the Browns preseason opener against the Lions, the ongoing quarterback battle and Josh Gordon’s future with the team. Mike also answers viewer questions about Ben Roethlisberger, the Raiders chances in 2014, and more.
Mahoning River John Caniglia, at the Cleveland Plain Dealer, reports: The owner of a Youngstown oil-and-gas-drilling company was sentenced Tuesday to 28 months in prison for ordering employees to dump tens of thousands of gallons of fracking waste into a tributary of the Mahoning River. U.S. Show More Summary
Dan Le Batard, a Miami-based journalist and radio host for ESPN, got a little too funny for his own good. After getting publicly, albeit politely, told off by the Cleveland Plain Dealer for allegedly attempting to purchase a full-page ad (likely written in comic sans) to troll LeBron James, Le Batard decided to make an even […]
Cleveland Browns legend Jim Brown rarely pulls punches, and he wasn't likely to do so with Josh Gordon. Attending his first training camp of the year, Brown told the Cleveland Plain Dealer that Gordon — the troubled receiver who appears...Show More Summary
Dan Le Batard, as part of a stunt for his radio show, attempted to purchase a full-page ad in the Cleveland Plain Dealer. (A mockup, via @itsleooo, can be seen below.) It would have been paid for by interested Miamians via Kickstarter, and poked fun at LeBron James for not, as of yet, publicly thanking Miami fans. Read more...
Hard to believe as it may seem, the Browns currently employ football players not named Johnny Manziel. As to one of them, a question has arisen regarding his employment. Via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, offensive lineman Jason Pinkston isn’t around. And no one will say what’s going on. “I can assure…
If you’ve wanted an opportunity to cover the NBA and LeBron James, you may want to consider applying to the Northeast Ohio Media Group. The owner of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Cleveland.com and several smaller Ohio newspapers is looking for a beat reporter to cover LeBron James and LeBron James only. This is similar to […]
At the outset of Browns training camp comes a published report indicating the organization is concerned about Johnny Manziel’s off-field activities this offseason. Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, citing unnamed sources,...Show More Summary
Northeast Ohio Media Group, which recently advertised its Cavaliers-beat opening, is now looking for someone to cover LeBron James fulltime for Cleveland.com and the Plain Dealer. The ad describes this as “one of the most challenging...Show More Summary
On Friday we highlighted The Plain Dealer’s famous 2010 front page when LeBron James left the Cleveland Cavaliers for the Miami Heat. Here’s how that newspaper — and others, from Ohio to Florida — handled his decision to return to Northeast...Show More Summary
In Cleveland and Northeast Ohio, the front page of Saturday’s newspapers will be celebratory (here’s a look at The Plain Dealer’s). Throughout South Florida, the tone will likely be a little different. Here’s an early look at the South Florida Sun-Sentinel’s front page: The page is the work of designer Lillian Mayor and design director David Schutz. Show More Summary
Nowhere is the whiplash effect of LeBron James’ rude departure and his triumphantly emotional return more evident than in the Cleveland Plain Dealer’s cover images from 2010 and for Saturday. First, “Home”… LeBron James' return: Saturday's front page of The Plain Dealer pic.twitter.com/h8KFb6UAPX — clevelanddotcom (@clevelanddotcom) July 11, 2014 And … “Gone,” with the tiny […]
LeBron James is coming home to Cleveland, as reported by Sports Illustrated's Lee Jenkins, and The Plain Dealer has come up with the perfect cover page to welcome the superstar back. Between using James' iconic pregame ritual and his...Show More Summary
Cleveland seems to be in a chipper mood on Friday, given LeBron James’s return to the Cavaliers. Here’s what the Cleveland Plain Dealer is going with on its front page. Cleveland is already embracing the return of LeBron James. (via @ClevelandDotCom) pic.twitter.com/f8RKzJ5Luy — ESPN (@espn) July 11, 2014 Post reporter Kent Babb is on the […]
Here's Saturday's front page of the Cleveland Plain Dealer on the announcement that LeBron James is coming back to the Cavaliers. It involves LeBron's signature chalk toss. Very good (via @clevelanddotcom): Join the conversation about this story »
Our top Twitter feed reactions to Lebron James’ “I’m coming back to Cleveland.” LeBron James’ return: Saturday’s front page of The Plain Dealer pic.twitter.com/h8KFb6UAPX — clevelanddotcom (@clevelanddotcom) July 11, 2014 (more…) New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.