Joel Bitonio’s comeback from a major injury has been stalled. Cleveland’s starting left guard – and one of the Browns best players – could be out for an extended period with an unspecified knee injury. The team said Bitonio, whose previous two seasons have ended prematurely because of injuries
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The Browns will be down a pair of starting offensive linemen when they play the Giants on Monday, but there are no injury concerns about left tackle Joe Thomas. Thomas won’t play because the team doesn’t have much need to see him on the field at this point in the calendar, but left guard Joel [ more]
After weeks of speculation, analysis and evaluation, the Browns’ quarterback competition is headed into its home stretch. Pro Bowl left tackle Joe Thomas believes it’s over – Brock Osweiler will start the season opener on Sept. 10 against Pittsburgh. ”I could be totally wrong,’
BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Cleveland Browns Pro Bowl tackle Joe Thomas hopes the team doesn’t rush rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer. Thomas said Wednesday he believes the team is grooming Brock Osweiler to start the season opener on Sept. 10 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Thomas has been impressed with
Evan Silva updates his Dynasty Rookie Rankings as preseason action heats up.
NFL Network’s Michael Fabiano covers some of the riskier popular fantasy options, and when he feels most comfortable drafting them in the upcoming 2017 fantasy draft.
“NFL Fantasy Live” analysts describe players who will give you the best value for 2017.
Jabrill Peppers has instincts on the football field that can’t be taught or coached. ”When he was born, there was probably a football right next to him,” Browns special team’s coordinator Chris Tabor said. A jack-of-all trades during his college career at Michigan, Peppers
Tony Grossi has covered the Cleveland Browns since 1984, currently for ESPN Cleveland, and is one of 46 voters for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Takeaways from Day 15 of Browns training camp … 2. He can pick: Of all the plays Peppers made in a highlight-reel practice on Monday, he was most happy with
Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson says he respects the position of some NFL players in their decision to sit during the playing of the national anthem, but doesn’t necessarily want his team participating in those demonstrations. During their team’s last preseason games, Seattle Seahawks