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John Dorsey is expected to join Lions front office

Detroit is adding another voice to its front office. Former Chiefs and Browns General Manager John Dorsey is expected to join the Lions, per multiple reports. According to Albert Breer of SI.com, Dorsey’s title will be senior personnel executive. Dorsey served as Kansas City’s G.M. from 2013-2016 and followed that with his stint in Cleveland [more]

Mack Wilson avoids fine for hit that knocked out Patrick Mahomes

Patrick Mahomes‘ mother took issue with the hit that took her son out of last week’s divisional playoff game. But the NFL did not see it the same way. The league did not fine Browns linebacker Mack Wilson for the hit that left the Chiefs quarterback with a concussion, Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports. [more]

Daniel Sorensen not fined for game-changing hit on Rashard Higgins

Perhaps the most controversial play of this year’s playoffs happened when Chiefs safety Daniel Sorensen forced Browns receiver Rashard Higgins to fumble into the end zone with a helmet-to-helmet hit that wasn’t flagged. Sorensen was also not fined for the hit, Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports. A fine would be a tacit acknowledgement that [more]

Charlie Frye will coach quarterbacks with the Dolphins

Charlie Frye is back in the NFL. The former pro quarterback will now be coaching quarterbacks with the Dolphins, reports Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports. Most recently, Frye had served at the offensive coordinator at Central Michigan. A third-round pick of the Browns in 2005, Frye was traded to Seattle after a disastrous Week One [more]

Former Broncos, Browns offensive lineman Tony Jones dies at 54

Two-time Super Bowl champion Tony Jones has died, the Broncos announced Friday. He was 54. The 13-year NFL veteran spent four seasons with the Broncos, playing offensive tackle from 1997-2000. He served as the team’s right tackle during its first championship season in 1997 and held future Hall of Famer Reggie White without a sack [more]

Browns are signing Ryan Switzer to one-year deal

The Browns are signing receiver Ryan Switzer to a one-year deal, Field Yates of ESPN reports. The Browns added Switzer to their practice squad Oct. 1, but he did not play in a game in 2020. The Cowboys made Switzer a fourth-round choice in 2017. He spent one season in Dallas, catching six passes for [more]

Former Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks is new defensive coordinator at Missouri

Former Arizona Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks is back in the coaching ranks after becoming the new defensive coordinator at the University of Missouri. Head coach Eliah Drinkwitz announced the addition of Wilks to his coaching staff on Thursday. Wilks didn’t coach during the 2020 season. His most recent stint was as defensive coordinator of [more]

Saquon Barkley plans to do joint ACL rehab with Odell Beckham

Giants running back Saquon Barkley and Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham each suffered torn ACLs during the regular season and the former teammates have plans to work together as they make their way back to the field. Barkley told Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com that he and Beckham have remained close since Beckham was traded by [more]

Larry Ogunjobi waiting to see what free agency will bring

The Browns made Larry Ogunjobi a third-round choice in 2017. The defensive tackle became a valuable member of the team the past four years. But his future could lie elsewhere. Ogunjobi is scheduled to become a free agent in March, and with depth at the position and a lowered salary cap, the Browns might not [more]

Andrew Berry: “Plenty of time” for Baker Mayfield contract discussions

When Browns General Manager Andrew Berry spoke to reporters around midseason, he said that he thought quarterback Baker Mayfield would continue to grow over the second half of the season. Berry met with reporters again on Wednesday and said that Mayfield’s growth is “something that all of us have seen over the second half of [more]

Odell Beckham Jr.: It was a bittersweet season being on the outside looking in

The Browns reached the playoffs for the first time since 2002 and won a playoff game for the first time since 1994. But Odell Beckham Jr. missed the majority of the year after suffering a torn ACL in Week 7. Beckahm’s head coach and General Manager have both expressed positive feelings about the wide receiver [more]

Andrew Berry on Odell Beckham Jr.: You always want somebody that talented on the field

In his season-ending press conference on Monday, Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski said he’d exchanged text messages with Odell Beckham Jr. and was looking forward to having him on the team in 2021. Though some have speculated the Browns’ offense was better off without Beckham, General Manager Andrew Berry rejected that notion on Wednesday. “You [more]

Corey Coleman suspended six games

Wide receiver Corey Coleman was out of the NFL during the 2020 season and any attempt to return to action will be made more difficult by league discipline handed down on Tuesday. Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports that Coleman has been suspended for the first six games of the 2021 regular season. Coleman reportedly [more]

Kareem Hunt: It didn’t hurt more to lose to the Chiefs

One of the most prominent storylines heading the Browns and Chiefs divisional-round matchup was Kareem Hunt‘s return to Kansas City. Hunt called the matchup “personal,” as he’s familiar with many Chiefs players and coaches from his time with the franchise. But Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes, and the rest of Kansas City’s personnel who spoke with [more]

Kevin Stefanski: I think we established our identity this season

When new head coaches are hired in the NFL, they often talk about establishing a new culture or identity for their teams. Progress on that front can be hard to define during a season, but the year-end press conference offers a chance to reflect on how that process has played out. Browns head coach Kevin [more]

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