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RGIII's Last Stand

The decision to start Robert Griffin against Cincinnati seems entirely appropriate. He started the first game of the season, when many people (including Sashi Brown) hoped he would lead the Browns to 6+ wins. 1,042 more words


Albert Breer Says Ohio State-Michigan Was A "Totally Priceless Experience"; Browns Gotta Figure Out Who They Are With RGIII

Albert Breer of The MMQB joined Bull & Fox to talk about the College Football Playoff, his experience at the Ohio State-Michigan game, the Browns’ approach going into the bye and into the last four games of the season, searching for their identity with RGIII at quarterback, his league MVP to this point and the future for Terrelle Pryor. 6 more words


#Browns Coach Hue Jackson: RG3 Ready to Come Back and Play

CLEVELAND — Cleveland Browns quarterback Robert Griffin III has cleared the final medical hurdles and is ready to practice fully with his teammates after returning from a broken bone in his left shoulder in the season-opening loss to the Philadelphia Eagles back in September. 356 more words


Browns Review: Game 11 (Pittsburgh)

To: Terry Pluto, The Plain Dealer


I know you have to file 30 minutes after a game, but I still don’t understand how you could write a piece like… 2,678 more words


RG3 Returns to Practicing with the #Browns!!


Browns quarterback Robert Griffin III has been designated for return from injured reserve and will return to practice today. He suffered a fractured coracoid bone in his left shoulder during the season opener at Philadelphia and was placed injured reserve on Sept. 51 more words


Albert Breer Says "Volume Of Picks Only Gets You So Far", Browns Have "A Lot Of Moving Parts" In Looking Toward Next April

Albert Breer of TheMMQB.com joined Bull & Fox to talk about Sashi Brown’s comments earlier in the week about the future of the organization, how much the players are buying into Hue Jackson’s system and the organization’s plans for 2017, and the future for Tony Romo after this season. 6 more words


Have NFL Defenses Caught up to Running QBs? Cam Newton & Russell Wilson Having Worst Seasons of Their Career

Just three years ago, the NFL appeared to be heading into a new era – true dual threat QBs who could run as well as they could pass, and they were confounding NFL defenses. 568 more words