With every completion and comeback, Hoyer embeds himself deeper as the Browns’ starter. This may not be what the general public craved or sponsors or broadcast executives wanted, but Hoyer, who overcame a serious knee injury, is converting some doubters
Albert Breer Says “There’s No Question the Climate’s Changed in the NFL Over the Last Week and a Half”
Albert Breer talks about the latest around the NFL’s response to the Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson situations, the commissioner’s exempt list and why it exists and why, his opinion that the problem with these decisions is that everything is reactionary…
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco missed practice Wednesday with an unspecified illness but is expected to play Sunday against the Cleveland Browns.
Dennis Pitta talks about facing this Browns’ defense, playing against his former teammate Paul Kruger, staying together as a team despite the off-the-field issues and fighting the distractions, playing under new offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak, the addition of Steve Smith…
Cleveland Browns running back Ben Tate will miss his second consecutive game due to a sprained right knee.
Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed.
John Telich of Fox 8 TV shares his thoughts on the NFL’s recent issues and the upcoming game between the Ravens and the Browns.
The NFL players’ union appealed Ray Rice’s indefinite suspension Tuesday night. Rice was originally handed a two-game suspension in July under the NFL’s personal conduct policy after he was charged with assault following a Feb. 15 altercation with his then-fiancee in a casino elevator.
Peter Schrager talks about Brian Hoyer’s performances through two games this season, the possibility of being 2-1 if the Browns can beat the Ravens in week three, where the Browns rank in the division right now, Adrian Peterson’s situation and Zygi Wilf’s absence from the press…
The Cleveland Browns almost staged a huge comeback on the Pittsburgh Steelers and then upset the New Orleans Saints, but they can’t get cocky just yet. In week three, the Baltimore Ravens will pay a visit to FirstEnergy Stadium. How tough the game is, will depend on which Baltimore team shows up.