Tag "Cleveland Browns"

Report: Patriots Nearing Deal for Wide Receiver

The New England Patriots are looking to solve their receiving corp problem as the team is reportedly close to trading for former All-Pro Josh Gordon. NFL insider Ian Rapoport confirmed it via Twitter. The #Patriots are getting close on a

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NFL Week 1: Award Winners

Phew, football is back and will be here to stay for every weekend until February. Week 1 of the new NFL season has now concluded and we’ve already experienced a fair share of memorable moments. From shocking upsets to incredible comebacks, there’s plenty to be excited for from here on out. In case you missed out on any bit of the action, here are our picks for the NFL Week 1: Award Winners.

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Cleveland Browns: 2018 Season Preview

The Cleveland Browns’ infamously ugly 2017 campaign felt like a punctuation for an organization that has been littered with dysfunction and poor play since its (re)inception in 1999. The Browns have won just four contests since 2015, and the team knows it needs to push harder this season in a division that features far fewer top-tier threats than in years past. After some massive roster shake-ups and multiple early round picks, the Browns look to rewrite the narrative of a franchise that buried itself in the cellar of the NFL and hasn’t seen much light since.

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Intriguing Training Camp Story Lines to Watch Out For

As we stumble through the dog days of the NFL offseason, we are reading constant team predictions and rumors about players and teams to hold onto every hope when football season returns soon. While it might seem like forever until the Atlanta Falcons play the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles on September 6th, football is actually right around the corner. As early as next week most NFL teams will be at training camp. In fact, some teams such as the Ravens, who started July 18th, are already at camp. Heading into training camp there are many storylines you should follow. From what player is going to beat out another for the starting job to how are the rookies looking. Here are some of the top storylines entering training camp.

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Who’s on the Hot Seat This Year?

Every year there are coaches and general managers who are on a “hot seat” so to say. This means that due to their recent lack of success they need their draft picks or team to produce in order to save their job.

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Mulligan: Browns Right (for Once) in Drafting Mayfield

Cleveland Browns fans are no strangers to struggle. The Browns have one win over the past two seasons and didn’t win a single game last year. They haven’t made the playoffs since 2002 and they haven’t won a playoff game

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Team Chasing Patriots for No. 1 Seed Announces Surprise Inactives

Coming into Week No. 17, there are two teams in AFC that many would suspect to have a sense of urgency. But, not for one of them as the Pittsburgh Steelers seem to be taking it easy against the Cleveland

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Patriots Wide Receiver Announces Retirement

After only six seasons Andrew Hawkins has decided to cut ties with the New England Patriots and retire from the National Football League. An alum of Toledo football, Hawkins made his professional debut in the Canadian football league, playing only

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I Said It 4-28-17: Cleveland and Crosby

By Producer Alex I totally didn’t write this at four in the morning, but the good thing is that you’ll never know because my editors won’t see it and publish it until later… The general consensus seems to be that

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I Said It 4-6-17: Capitals and Kaepernick

By Producer Alex Oh, another day, another batch of politically-ambiguous sports jokes. The Washington Capitals won the President’s Trophy. Now they’re the second team aided by Russians — Alex Ovechkin, that is — to win anything presidential in Washington. Petition to

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