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Another Exhausting Sunday For Browns' Fans

The Cleveland Browns are exhausting to watch because over the past two seasons every game seems like the Bill Murray film Groundhog Day.

It’s the same crummy game plans, the same dumb mistakes, it’s a complete rerun every stinking, single week. 584 more words

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Browns Notes: Gregg Williams Says He Is Playing 'To The Skillset Of Who We Are Right Now'

BEREA (92.3 The Fan) – Add defensive coordinator Gregg Williams to the growing list of those within the Browns that just don’t feel the roster is strong enough. 1,142 more words

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The Sashi Brown Blame Game is Reaching New Lows in Cleveland

It’s all Sashi Brown’s fault. Anything bad happen to you? Blame him.

Rough day at work? It was probably Sashi. Car trouble? Sashi’s to blame. 791 more words

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Browns Notes: Defensive Coordinator Gregg Williams Laments Jabrill Peppers Penalty, Fine

CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – The penalty and subsequent fine from late in the fourth quarter of last week’s 30-16 loss at Cincinnati on Jabrill Peppers didn’t only frustrate the rookie safety but also his defensive coordinator, Gregg Williams. 671 more words

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Doug Dieken: DeShone Kizer Has Played Erratic So Far This Season

Browns analyst Doug Dieken joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima with the latest on the Cleveland Browns and to preview the Chargers.

Doug talked about the potential of Joe Thomas joining a NFL front office, when he decided to move into broadcasting after his own NFL career, how Josh Gordon will affect the offense the this week, if the Browns passing offense should open up with Gordon back on the field, how DeShone Kizer has looked this season, what the comparisons will be like between Myles Garrett and Joey Bosa this week and what to expect from Gregg Williams’ defense in L.A.

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Browns' Review: Game 8 (Vikings @ London)

Opening Statement

Congratulations, gentlemen. You lost 33-16 to a team that went 8-8 last year. The team was playing its third-string quarterback (Case Keenum) and didn’t have its #1 back (Dalvin Cook). 4,166 more words

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We May Have Just Hit the Breaking Point Between the Browns Front Office and Coaches

Last Sunday, Hue Jackson claimed “everything has got to be perfect” for the Cleveland Browns to win a game. Such a comment forced you to ask if this was a small slip of the tongue, or was trouble brewing within the team facility? 843 more words

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