The Browns’ quarterback held off hotshot rookie Johnny Manziel again to keep his starting job and now faces a must-win situation to keep Cleveland’s playoff hopes alive.
With all the familiar faces now in Indianapolis, Sunday’s game between the Browns and Colts could pass for an intrasquad scrimmage. For a few the return will be bittersweet while others look to show the Browns what they’ve missed out on.
“The Pulse” With Bull & Fox Wednesday 12/3: Pettine Sticks With Hoyer, Surrounding Cast, Cribbs’ Comments
Bull & Fox talk about Mike Pettine’s decision to stick with Brian Hoyer as the starting quarterback, the factors that went into choosing Hoyer over Johnny Manziel, Pettine’s comments on the rest of the offense and Josh Cribbs’ comments about facing the Browns this week…
The Cleveland Browns really could have used a win against the Buffalo Bills when two other AFC North teams lost this past weekend, but it wasn’t meant to be. Now, they’ve got to get a win in week 14 to keep pace for the playoffs, but facing the red hot Indianapolis Colts won’t be an easy task even when they need it most.
Albert Breer talks about the latest in free agency around the NFL, reviewing the Browns’ moves thus far with the additions of Donte Whitner and Karlos Dansby, the latest on Darrelle Revis, Alex Mack’s future…
Goodbye D’Qwell Jackson and T.J. Ward, hello Donte Whitner and Karlos Dansby. The Browns came to terms with both free agents shortly after the NFL’s free agency period began Tuesday afternoon.
It didn’t take long for former Cleveland Browns inside linebacker D’Qwell Jackson to find work. Jackson came to terms on a contract with the Indianapolis Colts Thursday morning.
Mike Pettine didn’t speak to Johnny Football at the Combine, Hoyer is a gym rat, restructuring Rubin isn’t necessary and replacing Jackson’s leadership in Daryl Ruiter’s Browns notes from the Cleveland Auto Show at the I-X Center.
Cleveland Browns color analyst Doug Dieken joined Anthony Lima to discuss the NFL Draft, the release of D’Qwell Jackson, and the feeling inside of Berea.
The league sent a memo to all 32 teams Friday afternoon informing them that the 2014 salary cap will be set at exactly $133 million.