Albert Breer Not Convinced Browns Can "Run Marathon" in AFC NorthAlbert Breer talks about Jim Irsay's comments on Peyton Manning entering this weekend's homecoming for Manning, Bill Polian's reaction, if the Browns have a realistic chance at the playoffs, Ndamukong Suh...
Albert Breer Wonders If Browns Are Treating This as an "All-In Year" Albert Breer talks about the Browns' kicking situation after signing Billy Cundiff and wondering if this organization is treating this like an "all-in" year, building for the long-term as opposed to winning for one year...
Weekly Over & Unders, Predictions with Paul BessirePaul Bessire talks over/unders for the NFL season, the win totals for the Browns and the rest of the AFC North, if Weeden could throw for over 4,000 yards this season, preseason Super Bowl picks, if Ohio State will go undefeated...
32 Teams in 32 Days: Denver BroncosMike Rice talks about the upcoming season for Denver, Peyton Manning and the passing game with Demaryius Thomas, Eric Decker and Wes Welker, his belief that there will be no hangover effect from last season's playoff loss...
Broncos' Von Miller Says He Did Nothing Wrong The latest distraction for the Denver Broncos comes from All-Pro linebacker Von Miller, who insisted Monday he did nothing wrong in the face of reports he could miss four games for violating the NFL's drug policy
AFC All-Pro Selections - DefenseAFC defensive all-pro selections are in. Defensive line, led by J.J. Watt, looks like a brick wall. See who else made the list.
Browns Lose Richardson, Weeden To Injury In Loss To BroncosCleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden, running back Trent Richardson and cornerback Sheldon Brown left the game and did not return.
Manning's Choice Added Pressure In DenverPeyton Manning gambled on the Denver Broncos, and when he signed the contract, the players who were already in Denver got the message: Their new quarterback thought the pieces were in place to win the Super Bowl, and win one quickly.
Browns' Weeden Looks To Finish Strong Starting Sun. At DenverBrandon Weeden looks prove he is Cleveland's quarterback for the future despite being a 29-year-old rookie. A good game Sunday in Denver could shape the opinion of a new front office expected to make sweeping changes following a ninth losing season in 10 years by the Browns (5-9).