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Watch as Mary Kay Cabot and Tom Reed discuss the news from Berea on Wednesday and a video with Brandon Weeden and Rob Chudzinski.
Watch as Mary Kay Cabot and Tom Reed discuss the news from Berea on Wednesday and a video with Brandon Weeden and Rob Chudzinski.
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The map below lists the games that will air on FOX at the 1:00 PM EST time slot (coming from 506sports) this Sunday. Most of Ohio gets the game this week, as does all of Michigan, but not too many other places do. Keep in mind that this...
The map below lists the games that will air on FOX at the 1:00 PM EST time slot (coming from 506sports) this Sunday. Most of Ohio gets the game this week, as does all of Michigan, but not too many other places do. Keep in mind that this is Cleveland's first FOX game this season. Determine based on the map below whether you will get to see the Lions vs. Browns game this week The Browns game will be commented by Tom McCarthy and Heath Evans. I thought a matchup between the 3-2 Lions and the 3-2 Browns might warrant one of FOX's better announcing teams, but they've stuck us with their Z-crew. I'm not certain, but this might be the first time McCarthy and Evans have ever teamed up to call an NFL game. Hopefully they turn out to be one of those underrated-and-pleasant crews. If you live in the Cleveland area, these are the games you will be able to watch on Sunday: WEEK 6 NFL GAMES AIRING IN CLEVELAND MARKET ON SUNDAY 1:00 PM EST:Detroit Lions vs. Cleveland Browns (FOX) 4:05 PM EST: Tennessee Titans vs. Seattle Seahawks (CBS) 4:25 PM EST: New Orleans Saints vs. New England Patriots (FOX) 8:30 PM EST: Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys (NBC) The Thursday night game features the New York Giants vs. the Chicago Bears. I don't think many people will be tuning in to see the disastrous Giants. We will have a game thread for that here at Dawgs By Nature. Here is a tentative, but not complete, list of the TV networks that will air the Lions vs. Browns game, per 506sports: [FOX] Lions @ Browns 1 PM EDT-------------------------------------------South Bend, IN WSJVAlpena, MI WBKB-DT2Detroit, MI WJBKFlint, MI WSMHGrand Rapids, MI WXMILansing, MI WSYMTraverse City, MI WFQXCleveland, OH WJWColumbus, OH WTTEToledo, OH WUPWYoungstown, OH WYFXErie, PA WFXPSpokane, WA KAYUCharleston, WV WVAH
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One of the most noticeable differences between Hoyer and Weeden is getting rid of the ball. Weeden was sacked five times by the Bills and has been sacked 16 times in the three games he has played.
One of the most noticeable differences between Hoyer and Weeden is getting rid of the ball. Weeden was sacked five times by the Bills and has been sacked 16 times in the three games he has played.
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Since when is the NFL supposed to feel like MLB around the trade deadline? A couple of days after more trade rumors surfaced about Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon, head coach Rob Chudzinski again insisted during Wednesday's p...
Since when is the NFL supposed to feel like MLB around the trade deadline? A couple of days after more trade rumors surfaced about Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon, head coach Rob Chudzinski again insisted during Wednesday's press conference that the team's top receiver is not being shopped: Chudzinski shoots down all Josh Gordon trade rumors. "We're not shopping Josh and we have no plans of trading Josh." #Browns — Tom Withers (@twithersAP) October 9, 2013 Not too long after that, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports discussed various players around the entire NFL who could be trade candidates as the deadline approaches. Some of those names included the likes of RB Maurice Jones-Drew, WR Kenny Britt, TE Tony Gonzalez, and DE Justin Tuck. At the end, he quickly threw in two members of the Browns, which may have some relevance due to his supposed connection to Browns general manager Michael Lombardi: Cleveland -- A "very proactive front office" isn't afraid to deal, obviously. La Canfora believes Mitchell Schwartz and Greg Little could be players potentially traded with. Brent Sobleski of the USA Today chimed in with his thoughts: So, G.Little & M.Schwartz now publicly named as possible trade bait? It's as much a motivational tool as it is the FO testing the market — Brent Sobleski (@brentsobleski) October 9, 2013 We've already seen a couple of offensive tackles moved (coming to our division) in the past week or so. With all of the problems the Browns have had on the offensive line this season, it's hard to imagine them outright dumping Mitchell Schwartz. They do have veteran right tackle Rashad Butler on the bench, but I don't see Cleveland getting enough value to justify the move. Unless the Browns can get someone to significantly overpay for Greg Little, I'd be in favor of him riding the season out as well. There is still a lot of talent there if he can cut out the drops like he did in the second half of 2012.
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Joe Haden speaks to the media on 10/9.
Joe Haden speaks to the media on 10/9.
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Head Coach Rob Chudzinski speaks to the media on 10/9.
Head Coach Rob Chudzinski speaks to the media on 10/9.
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Brandon Weeden speaks to the media on 10/9.
Brandon Weeden speaks to the media on 10/9.
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Derek Hess' prints titled "Blueprint to a Brownie" are available signed and numbered in a limited edition of 100 at derekhess.com ($225) Each is on a unique blueprint page from Municipal Stadium.
Derek Hess' prints titled "Blueprint to a Brownie" are available signed and numbered in a limited edition of 100 at derekhess.com ($225) Each is on a unique blueprint page from Municipal Stadium.
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Coach Rob Chudzinski said teams in "not shopping" top receiver, but Gordon understands, 'it's a business.'
Coach Rob Chudzinski said teams in "not shopping" top receiver, but Gordon understands, 'it's a business.'
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Sep 29, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew (32) runs the ball past Indianapolis Colts cornerback Vontae Davis (23) and outside linebacker Erik Walden (93) during the first NFL half of the ga...
Sep 29, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew (32) runs the ball past Indianapolis Colts cornerback Vontae Davis (23) and outside linebacker Erik Walden (93) during the first NFL half of the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports Just a few weeks until the NFL trade deadline and the biggest names available have come into clarity.  With several teams teetering between contention and preparing for next year, will any of them make a move? Josh Gordon to the Detroit Lions Matthew Stafford has proven he’s not an elite quarterback when he doesn’t have a big receiver to throw to.  That was proven when he managed just nine points in Green Bay without Calvin Johnson.  The Detroit Lions are hurting at wide receiver with Johnson and Nate Burleson out.  They sit in a tight race for the NFC North lead and can’t afford a drop off in production on offense at such a critical juncture.  If Johnson’s knee continues to cause him problem then the Lions need to find help.  That include going deep on the trade market.  Considering where they sit on the salary cap, price shouldn’t be their biggest issue, which is why Josh Gordon of the Cleveland Browns is a top target.  He is big, athletic and can make the tough catches for his quarterback.  The trouble is it will cost a second round pick to get him.  It’s steep price, but worthwhile if Detroit can pair him with Megatron down the stretch. Kenny Britt to the Atlanta Falcons Another team that could be favored in the Gordon race, the Atlanta Falcons normally don’t take aggressive routes to getting a receiver unless they’re certain he can help them win games.  They already did that once with Cleveland when they traded up in the draft to get Julio Jones.  Unfortunately the second-year star is likely out for the rest of the season with a foot injury.  With Roddy White also ailing they need help at receiver, but a second round pick may be too steep considering how many high draft picks they’ve given up over the past couple years.  On the other hand, they could find a much cheaper deal waiting for them with the Tennessee Titans.  They are at their wits end with wide receiver Kenny Britt, a talented but trouble 25-year old.  His off-the-field history and rumored laziness has gotten him benched.  His best hope to see the field now is with another team.  Atlanta would probably not have to surrender more than a fourth round pick for him, which is a bargain considering his potential in their offense. Justin Tuck to the Chicago Bears Julius Peppers got old in a hurry.  Such things happen to football players once they reach their mid-30s.  As a result the Chicago Bears pass rush, further hampered by injuries to Henry Melton and Nate Collins, ranks 30th in the league through five games.  This issue has led to some uncharacteristic breakdowns in their defense.  GM Phil Emery has said he’s always exploring trade possibilities but hasn’t seen anything worthwhile thus far.  One player that might become available soon is New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck.  The Giants are 0-5 and could be 0-6 soon as they visit Chicago in week six.  Tuck is a free agent next year and at 30-years old is unlikely to stay.  He’s not the same player he was a few years ago but he’s a veteran with good leadership qualities who can bring depth to a defensive front that sorely needs it. Maurice Jones-Drew to the St. Louis Rams Everybody mildly conscious can tell the Jacksonville Jaguars are done for the 2013 NFL season.  It’s approaching that time where they will start to consider unloading established veterans on the roster in order to collect as many draft picks as possible for 2014.  One valuable chip they haven’t made available yet is running back Maurice Jones-Drew.  At 28-years old he is set to become a free agent next year.  Having
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