The Cleveland Browns signed quarterback Brian Hoyer to a 2-year contract the team announced Friday. Brandon Weeden admitted he was surprised by the move while Jason Campbell is used to 4 QB’s being around for training camp.
The Cleveland Browns held the 14th annual Cleveland Browns Foundation golf outing at Westwood Country Club in Rocky River Friday.
92.3 The Fan Browns Beat reporter Daryl Ruiter joined Baskin & Phelps to discuss this weeks OTA, the possibility of a QB competition, and his impression of the changes taking place in Berea.
Cleveland Browns linebacker D’Qwell Jackson joined Baskin & Phelps to discuss new Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton, the buzz at OTA’s, and the change of culture sweeping Berea.
The Cleveland Browns agreed to terms with quarterback Brian Hoyer and running back Brandon Jackson Thursday a league source confirmed to 92.3 The Fan.
Cleveland Browns guard Jason Pinkston returned to practice this week for the first time since doctors discovered a blood clot in his lung, no rush for Barkevious Mingo, moving players around and who was in and out in Daryl Ruiter’s notebook from Thursday’s OTAs in Berea.
Frank Wychek talks about the latest on Jimmy Haslam and his involvement with being investigated by the FBI, how the Haslam family has been perceived in Tennessee since this investigation has come to light, if this would concern players, Jake Locker’s future as the likely starter with the Titans and more…
Brandon Weeden talks about the new offense under Norv Turner, the difference in the wide receivers, the addition of Davone Bess, if he’s convinced the starting job is his to lose, learning from last season and leaving it in the past, the emphasis on going downfield, what he’s learned from film of Philip Rivers and more…
Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden won’t let an off day in May discourage him. Weeden admitted that Thursday’s practice – the first OTA session in front of reporters – was his worst showing of the week.
Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam admitted for the first time that 250 trucking companies were shortchanged on their fuel rebates, as he spoke at a press conference in Indianapolis this morning. He also said business is down three percent since the FBI raid.