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Chase Utley decides to stay while Franklin Gutierrez is finally going to see Chavez Ravine

The Dodgers get their greybeard back this summer with Chase Utley deciding to sign a one year contract with the team. Last year headed into spring it looked like Chase was going to be the super utility player and Howie Kendrick the second baseman but spring injuries to Howie gave Chase the chance to take the starting gig. 363 more words

Continuity is Proving to Be a Foreign Concept to the Cleveland Browns

In a way, it was almost sadly adorable how excited the Cleveland Browns seemed to be when talking about keeping the staff intact for another season. 828 more words

NFL

The War Between The Browns & The People Who Cover Them.

It has been evident all year long that there is a disconnect between the front office of the Cleveland Browns and the people who cover the team. 607 more words

Cleveland Sports

Browns press conference recap 

Head coach Hue Jackson, Executive Vice President of Football Operations Sashi Brown and Chief Strategy Officer Paul DePodesta met with reporters Monday afternoon to recap the season and looking towards the future of the organization. 846 more words

Cleveland Browns

Browns to bring in a football guy?

Over the years, the Browns have been mentioned on the morning of Week 17 as one of the teams looking to make a coaching change or a complete tear down of the organization. 558 more words

Cleveland Browns

Too Soon To Rate Browns' Rookie Class

Most football experts agree you really can’t evaluate an NFL draft class for three years after the players are picked.

That doesn’t stop fans and some of the media from deciding already that the first year Browns players are busts, although even the harshest critics are softening on Emmanuel Ogbah, who has come on strong as of late. 519 more words

Cleveland Sports

Understand Browns Process, But Still Have Questions

With the Cleveland Browns, you either trust the process or you are bitter about a 0-11 season.

There doesn’t seem to be any in between. 553 more words

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