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Hue Jackson doesn’t have much to say about John Dorsey’s remarks

On Thursday, Browns G.M. John Dorsey submitted to a radio interview that generated several significant headlines. Browns coach Hue Jackson has now met twice with the media since Dorsey said what he said. And, based on the transcripts generated by the team, no one directly asked Jackson about the most important thing Dorsey said. Or [more]

Week 15 injury report roundup

Week 15 kicked off on Thursday with a win by the Broncos and it continues with this season’s first two Saturday games. 12 more games will be played on Sunday, which means that the 24 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday. Questionable players are uncertain to play, [more]

Josh Gordon explains what he meant by Browns “disadvantages”

After losing to the Packers in overtime last Sunday, Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon took a swipe at Packers cornerback Damarious Randall on Twitter by writing that Randall “couldn’t hold my jock strap on my worst day.” Gordon’s post also seemed to take a shot at his own team by mentioning “several of our disadvantages” [more]

John Dorsey: “Total objective” in 2018 is winning AFC North

The Browns opted for a long-term rebuild when they made Sashi Brown the head of their personnel department a couple of years ago, but pulled the plug on that effort last week by firing Brown. General Manager John Dorsey isn’t planning a similar time frame for the turnaround he was hired to oversee shortly after [more]

Tom Brady praises Kenny Britt for his effort to get up to speed

On the same day that his short-time former G.M. questioned his football character, receiver Kenny Britt‘s short-time current quarterback praised his effort to fit in. “You know, he’s just kind of come in and worked hard the last couple days and trying to understand all the things we’ve got going,” Tom Brady told reporters on [more]

John Dorsey: Kenny Britt may have higher opinion of himself than I do

John Dorsey is on a roll today, making headlines left, right and center. (Thank you, John.) The Browns’ new General Manager wouldn’t guarantee Hue Jackson will return and said the previous regime didn’t get “real players.” Dorsey also took aim at wide receiver Kenny Britt, which was overshadowed by Dorsey’s other comments. Waiving Britt was [more]

John Dorsey declines to declare categorically that Hue Jackson will be back

Whether he intended to or not, new Browns G.M. John Dorsey made plenty of waves on Thursday with a radio appearance in Cleveland. Headline No. 1: The prior regime didn’t get “real players.” Headline No. 2: Coach Hue Jackson may not definitely be coming back next year. In Dorsey’s interview with ESPN Cleveland, the new [more]

Dorsey’s comments don’t bode well for DePodesta

Last week, Browns owner Jimmy Haslam said that both coach Hue Jackson and chief strategy officer Paul DePodesta will return next year. It’s now looking less and less likely that at least one of them will be back. With new G.M. John Dorsey saying that the prior regime “didn’t get real players” and with DePodesta [more]

John Dorsey: Previous regime didn’t get “real players”

Browns General Manager John Dorsey has been on the job for less than a week, but that’s been enough time for him to draw some conclusions on the roster left behind by his predecessor at the top of the Browns personnel department. Sashi Brown’s tenure was marked by moves that accumulated a lot of draft [more]

CFL commissioner has “good” talk with Johnny Manziel

The CFL isn’t quite ready to welcome Johnny Manziel to their league, but their commissioner said he felt “good” about what he heard from Manziel himself. Via Kevin Seifert of ESPN.com, CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie said he spoke to Manziel in September about a chance to play north of the border, but stopped short of saying he [more]

John Dorsey has spent much time scouting Baker Mayfield

The Browns’ history with quarterbacks since 1999 is well documented. They’ve either picked the wrong one, signed the wrong one or passed on the right one. Browns new General Manager John Dorsey vows to change that. He has given the team’s scouts an assignment to rank the top-12 quarterbacks in the 2018 class. “There are [more]

Browns keep churning the roster

The Browns are churning their roster this week in hopes of finding a mix that can allow them to avoid going winless for the entire 2017 season. The team announced a slew of moves on Wednesday that left them with three new faces on the active roster. One of the new arrivals — offensive lineman [more]

Robert Kraft reverses his position on Kenny Britt

Nearly four years after putting the literal kibosh on bringing Kenny Britt to New England, owner Robert Kraft has allowed the acquisition to happen. “We won’t be signing him,” Kraft said in early 2014, via Mike Reiss of ESPN.com. “That won’t happen.” And now they have. As Reiss notes, Britt’s extended history of off-field incidents [more]

Browns sign Geoff Gray, waive Tyrone Holmes, Bryce Treggs

The Browns signed offensive lineman Geoff Gray from the Jets’ practice squad. They waived defensive end Tyrone Holmes and wide receiver Bryce Treggs (pictured). Gray is a rookie from Manitoba College in Canada. He originally signed with the Packers on May 5. Green Bay waived him Sept. 2, and Gray signed with the Jets’ practice [more]

Patriots signing Kenny Britt

Wide receiver Kenny Britt cleared waivers after being dropped by the Browns, which left him eligible to sign with any team as a free agent. He decided to sign with a team coached by a former Browns coach who went on to far better things after being fired in Cleveland. Shortly after Field Yates of [more]

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