BEREA — Then-Browns CEO Joe Banner and general manager Michael Lombardi assembled the worst draft class of the franchise’s expansion era in 2013. Cleveland’s current brain trust continued to clean up their mess Thursday.
The Dolphins couldn’t wait to get rid of cornerback Jamar Taylor, dumping him exactly three years after picking him in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft. They found a willing recipient in the Browns, who swapped seventh-round selections
BEREA — Browns coach Hue Jackson has been looking forward to practicing against the Buccaneers for several weeks. Former Tampa Bay kicker Patrick Murray, however, is surprisingly blasé about the four-day business trip.
RIO DE JANEIRO — The trip wasn’t always easy, though they arrived at their expected destination. The players on the U.S. Olympic men’s basketball team never doubted they would be standing on the gold-medal platform, even after
CLEVELAND — Josh Tomlin rejoined the Indians and regained the dubious distinction of leading the American League in home runs allowed. Edwin Encarnacion, Russell Martin and Melvin Upton Jr. all went deep against the right-hander Saturday,
BEREA — Browns tackle Joe Thomas has an acerbic sense of humor that is almost as impressive as his nine straight Pro Bowl selections. Though he sat out his third consecutive practice with a sore back Tuesday, his wit remains as sharp as ever.
RIO DE JANEIRO — The blowouts are over. The Olympics are underway. After nothing but pushovers this summer, the U.S. men’s basketball team faced someone who pushed back. “This is the real world now and that’s good for us,
BEREA — Browns cornerback Joe Haden has taken the next step in his comeback from left ankle surgery. The two-time Pro Bowl selection was removed from the physically unable to perform list Monday, allowing him to take part in his first
CLEVELAND — The Cavaliers added another piece to their bench Saturday by signing rookie point guard Kay Felder to a three-year, $2.49 million contract. The Oakland (Michigan) product was the No. 54 overall pick in the NBA Draft by Atlanta,
BEREA — Browns defensive end Xavier Cooper expected more from his rookie season. The 6-foot-4, 300-pounder believed he would be more productive and he certainly expected to play more. “That was huge for me because in high school and