A Cleveland Browns blog
Chris has been the Executive Editor at Dawgs By Nature since its inception in March 2006. Born and raised in Cleveland, OH, he is a die-hard Cleveland Browns fan and has his Master's Degree in Computer & Information Science.
I am happy to announce that caption contests are back at DBN! Today, we begin with Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden on a cell phone at an OTA session. I'm sure you guys can get creative with who he was talking to or what is being said.
According to a report by FOX 8, the removal of the "Cleveland Browns Stadium" signage is now complete, and will soon be replaced by signage for the new name of the stadium, "FirstEnergy Stadium."
Hopefully Rob Chudzinski is trying to channel all of the momentum the Cleveland Indians have going for them over to the Cleveland Browns. The Browns' new head coach was at Progressive Field on Saturday for the Tribe's afternoon game against Seattle.
Cleveland Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton met with the media following the conclusion of the team's first set of organized team activity sessions on Thursday. I have organized the transcript of what he said by topic after the jump.
Cleveland Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski met with the media following the conclusion of the team's first set of organized team activity sessions on Thursday. I've organized the transcript of what he said by topic, after the jump.
More details came in today about quarterback Brian Hoyer, who officially signed his two-year deal. According to Adam Caplan, Hoyer's contract from the Cleveland Browns includes $250,000 in guaranteed money. Also, one player was waived.
After letting go most, if not all, of the members of their scouting department following the NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns are now getting set to rebuild it. According to reports, at least one name has been brought on board: Brendan Donovan.
The first round of organized team activities concluded today, and Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reported which players were in the starting lineup on both sides of the ball. Let's take a look at the offense and defense, after the jump.
There was some feel-good news for the Browns today as offensive guard Jason Pinkston took part in practice for the first time since October. Pinkston didn't work with the first-team offense, but being on the field again is a big step forward for him.
On the same day that the team signed quarterback Brian Hoyer, they also agreed to terms with running back Brandon Jackson to a one-year deal. Are you surprised that Jackson is coming back?
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