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Cleveland Browns beat writers Mary Kay Cabot and Tom Reed preview the Browns game Sunday against the Chicago Bears at FirstEnergy Stadium.
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Hundreds, and often thousands, of fans surround the field for training-camp practices every summer in Green Bay, but this one more than 10 years ago was J.J. Watt's first.
From that very distance and that very spot in his first attempt with the 49ers. He had a hard time pushing that moment out of mind, a kick that he hooked wide left in his San Francisco debut in September against Green Bay.
When watching the Cleveland Browns defense play it's quite evident defensive coordinator Ray Horton would rather be the hammer than the nail.
Jabaal Sheard has been named the Cleveland Browns 2013 Walter Payton Man of the Year, the team announced Thursday.
Willis McGahee 's status for the Cleveland Browns' Week 15 matchup with the Chicago Bears remains up in the air after being sent home without practicing on Wednesday.
Bears coach Marc Trestman said Wednesday he expects Jay Cutler to return to the starting lineup Sunday against the Browns in their home finale at FirstEnergy Stadium.
Apr 25, 2013; New York, NY, USA; A general view of the NFL shield logo and main stage before the 2013 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall.
Cleveland Browns fans were let down in one of the biggest ways on Sunday after the 27-26 loss to New England.
Nearly every week, another NFL player is out for the season due to an ACL tear. The latest casualty is New England Patriot tight end, Rob Gronkowski.
Since returning to the league in the 1999 season, they've gone through seven head coaches and six general managers.
Numbers simply do not do enough to measure the impact and achievement of Josh Gordon the past month.
This Tuesday, we're getting into the spirit of giving with a special holiday treat that is sure to make everyone happy.
Rob Gronkowski of the New England Patriots became the 40th National Football League player to suffer a season-ending knee injury this season, a 60 percent increase over 2011 that comes as defenders have sought to avoid penalties and fines for hits to the head.
Hanie was signed last week as a street free agent, and served as the backup to Jason Campbell during Sunday' 27-26 loss to the Patriots.
The face-of-the-franchise team president is convinced he has put his organization on a clear road to sustainable success.