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Browns hire Ben Bloom as senior defensive assistant

The Browns are expected to hire former Cowboys assistant coach Ben Bloom as a senior defensive assistant, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. Bloom returns to Cleveland after nine seasons in Dallas. He got his NFL start with the Browns, going to Cleveland in 2009 as an assistant defense/quality control coach. In 2010, Bloom [more]

Will Mason Rudolph actually sue Myles Garrett?

In a possible effort to avoid being regarded as a reckless, Vontaze Burfict-type NFL villain, Browns defensive end Myles Garrett has accused Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph of provoking a helmet-to-unhelmeted-head attack by uttering a racial slur. Rudolph’s agent/lawyer has suggested that Garrett may now be sued for defamation of character. So here’s the question: Will [more]

John Dorsey: Myles Garrett made accusation against Mason Rudolph postgame

Former Browns General Manager John Dorsey confirmed Myles Garrett‘s account of what happened immediately after the defensive end’s ejection Nov. 14 against the Steelers. Garrett said he told Dorsey, coaches and defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi that Mason Rudolph‘s use of a racial slur is what set him off. The Steelers quarterback repeatedly has denied the [more]

Browns cut T.J. Carrie, Demetrius Harris and Eric Kush

Linebacker Adarius Taylor isn’t the only veteran the Browns are cutting loose on Monday. Shortly after word of Taylor’s release surfaced, the Browns confirmed it with an announcement that included word of three other moves as well. The team has also released cornerback T.J. Carrie, tight end Demetrius Harris and guard Eric Kush. Carrie signed [more]

Browns releasing Adarius Taylor

The Browns are set to drop linebacker Adarius Taylor from their roster. Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports that the team will release Taylor in the near future. Taylor signed a two-year deal with the team last year and his departure will clear over $2.4 million in cap space. Taylor only saw action on 60 [more]

Mike Tomlin “hacked off” by ESPN’s handling of Myles Garrett interview

Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin released a statement over the weekend in response to Browns defensive end Myles Garrett‘s allegation during an interview with Mina Kimes of ESPN that Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph used the N-word during their altercation at the end of a game last November. In that statement, Tomlin said he had “received [more]

Taking a closer look at Myles Garrett’s explanation of the Mason Rudolph incident

Whatever happens moving forward between Browns defensive end Myles Garrett and Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph, one thing is clear: Myles Garrett has told a story that he’ll have to own, if/when Rudolph files a defamation lawsuit. In last week’s ESPN interview, which came only one day Garrett was reinstated by the NFL, Garrett locked in [more]

NFL reiterates it has no evidence of Mason Rudolph racial slur

Just when the NFL thought it was out of the Myles Garrett business, it could be getting pulled back in. With Garrett reiterating only one day after his reinstatement that Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph uttered a racial slur seconds before Garrett removed Rudolph’s helmet and whacked him over the head with it and with Rudolph [more]

Mason Rudolph’s lawyer strongly hints that Myles Garrett will be sued

In a world filled with #fakenews and social-media rumor mongering, it’s still a no-no to tell lies about someone in a manner that harms their reputation. For that reason, Browns defensive end Myles Garrett may end up on the wrong side of the “v” in a lawsuit filed by Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph. Rudolph’s agents [more]

Mason Rudolph: Myles Garrett’s claim is false, disgusting and reckless

Shortly after Steelers coach Mike Tomlin released a statement supporting quarterback Mason Rudolph against Myles Garrett‘s claim that Rudolph called him the N-word, Rudolph made an even stronger statement. Rudolph quote tweeted Garrett’s interview with ESPN in which he reiterated the claim, and Rudolph blasted Garrett as a liar. “1000% False,” Rudolph wrote. “Bold-Faced Lie. [more]

Mike Tomlin supports Mason Rudolph, doubts Myles Garrett’s claim

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin is strongly supporting quarterback Mason Rudolph after Browns defensive end Myles Garrett again accused Rudolph of calling him the N-word on the field. The Steelers released a statement from Tomlin today backing Rudolph and casting doubt on Garrett’s claims. “I support Mason Rudolph not only because I know him, but also [more]

Browns DL coach Chris Kiffin: Myles Garrett’s just scratching surface of what he can be

Myles Garrett has been in the news this week because the NFL reinstated him from last season’s suspension and he sat for an interview rehashing some of the details of his helmet swing into Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph‘s skull. While that’s brought the past back into the spotlight, Garrett’s reinstatement also has people thinking about [more]

Myles Garrett’s post-reinstatement non-justification justification falls flat

Browns defensive end Myles Garrett pulled the plug (either at the behest of the Browns or on his own) on a FOX interview in the immediate aftermath of his indefinite suspension for hitting Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph over the head with his own helmet. Coincidentally (or not) an interview with Garrett landed one day after [more]

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