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"Hurry up and draft me" - text from Johnny Manziel


"Hurry up and draft me because I want to wreck this league together" - a text to the Browns QB coach from Manziel as he started to slide down the board on draft day one.


Evaluating Colt McCoy

Year One: The 3rd Round Phenom Drafted in the 3rd round of the 2010 draft, Holmgren announces before preseason McCoy will not play in 2010, he will sit and learn behind veterans Jake Delhomme...

Browns need Joe Haden to be a leader


(ESPN) ... The last thing the Browns needed at their last public practice was Haden getting kicked out of practice. He shouldn't be dragging a teammate to the ground. His focus should be on picking up this team. This is a difficult time for the Cleveland defense. Outside linebacker Chris Gocong is out for the season, defensive tackle Phil Taylor is expected to miss at least the first six games and outside linebacker Scott Fujita faces a three-game suspension from the NFL for his part in the Saints' bounty scandal. Wide receiver/returner Josh Cribbs tried to downplay the incident. "It’s nothing," he said. "It’s like players getting into fights in practice. You fight in practice then in locker room you laugh and joke and singing songs together." This is more than "nothing." It's troublesome to see Haden exchanging heated words with coach Pat Shumur on the practice field. Have you heard of Ray Lewis or James Harrison doing this? Or even D'Qwell Jackson, for that matter? This exchange definitely doesn't help Shurmur, whose future is already uncertain with the change of ownership.... Ok, yes I gagged a little bit too when they compared two of the biggest assholes in the NFL with Joe Haden (I mean are you f_kng kidding me?...). But I thought the article was interesting food for thought nonetheless.

To own such a storied franchise as the Cleveland Browns, with its rich tradition and history, is a...


To own such a storied franchise as the Cleveland Browns, with its rich tradition and history, is a dream come true. We are committed to keeping the team in Cleveland and seeing it get back to the elite of the NFL -- something all Browns fans want and deserve.

(ESPN piece) I just think this has a nice ring to it. Sounds to me like this guy is all in. Also - suck it, Pittsburgh.

OT - Olympics. Will you be watching?

Let the games begin! Next week the Olympics will commence in London. Some of you may not care much about the Olympics, but here are the reasons I'm a fan and always look forward to watching...

OT - Would you trade Kyrie for Anthony Davis?


Being a frequent reader of WFNY I saw this today and thought it was an interesting discussion. What say you?

OT - Uncle Drew


OT - Uncle Drew

Cleveland Browns need to say goodbye to Colt McCoy


(from Bud Shaw, The Plain Dealer) The old saying about the backup QB being the most popular guy in a losing football town might be even more true if he's last year's starter, stood up to the hardest of knocks, and has shown a toughness about him that fits the city's self-image. It's especially true if the perception exists that last year's tough, likeable boy-next-door No. 1 quarterback had no substantial help and is now paying the price for it. That's why Colt McCoy can't be part of the Browns' 2012 plans. Sorry. Doesn't matter if he comes cheaply or even willingly. Doesn't matter if he's a good teammate or a capable Plan B in case of injury. Can't happen. Keeping McCoy around muddles the bold move made in drafting Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden in the first round. The Browns can't be expected to win immediately with Weeden under center in the West Coast offense, particularly since he's unaccustomed to both -- being under center and the WCO. The last thing Weeden needs is dealing with McCoy's incumbency in a sentimental football city housing convincing arguments claiming he never really got a chance.... (follows up with various other points making the case that the Browns need to let McCoy go...)

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