A rough season for Peyton Hillis didn’t get any better this week after he stiffed a local Boys and Girls Club for an event called “Halloween with Hillis.”
Hillis has apologized, but only one thing is going to get him back in the good graces of Browns fans: Playing again. Playing effectively wouldn’t hurt.
It now sounds like the Browns cautiously expect Hillis to return from a hamstring injury against the Texans this Sunday. He practiced on Thursday, which is great news for a team that lost Montario Hardesty to injury last week.
Cleveland is 3-4, but no one takes them seriously because they don’t have a win over a quality opponent. A victory in Houston would change that.
(Not that we expect it to happen.)