September 1, 2014

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Browns will release QB Jake Delhomme (updated)

BEREA — Browns quarterback Jake Delhomme will be released Thursday at 4 p.m. – the first day cuts are allowed following the NFL lockout — a league source confirmed Wednesday afternoon. Delhomme, 36, was due to make $5.4 million in 2011, which was too expensive for a third-string quarterback. Colt McCoy has been named the Read More…

Browns’ Joe Haden, T.J. Ward back early

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BEREA — Safety T.J. Ward lifted weights. Cornerback Joe Haden passed his conditioning test with “flying colors.” They both met with the defensive coaching staff and got their first real taste of the 4-3 scheme they’ll play in 2011. A sense of normalcy returned to Browns headquarters Tuesday. Maybe not for general manager Tom Heckert, Read More…

Browns: T.J. Ward and Joe Haden return to Berea, meet with coaches

BEREA — Punter Reggie Hodges was the first Browns player back in Browns headquarters Tuesday morning after the NFL lockout was lifted following an agreement between owners and players Monday. Many of the Browns were still making their way back to town – they don’t have to report until Friday – but safety T.J. Ward Read More…

Browns say they’re ready, but to-do list is full and time is short

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The NFL is back, and the Browns are on their way. Cleveland players will be welcomed back at team headquarters this morning, training camp opens Friday and the official public opening of training camp is set for Sunday. The NFL lockout ended Monday, so let football — and the whirlwind — begin. Perhaps no one Read More…

Browns about to get very busy as NFL lockout ends

The NFL is back, and the Browns are on their way. Cleveland players will be welcomed back at team headquarters this morning, training camp opens Friday and the official public opening of training camp is set for Sunday. The NFL lockout ended Monday, so let football – and the whirlwind — begin. Perhaps no one Read More…

Browns: NFL lockout over; players can report Tuesday

The NFL lockout is over, and the Browns will be back in Berea before you know it. The Browns have yet to officially announce their schedule for this week or training camp, but according to the agreement reached Monday by owners and players, teams will open their facilities Tuesday to players who want to report. Read More…

Tons of work, but little time for Browns

Browns general manager Tom Heckert and first-year coach Pat Shurmur have been planning almost nonstop since the NFL owners locked out the players March 12. They’ve had plenty of free time to make schedules and to-do lists, revise them, then check them another dozen times. Well, the day when Heckert and Shurmur can take their Read More…

Browns coach Pat Shurmur eager to coach

BEREA — Coach Pat Shurmur was dripping with sweat Thursday as members of the Browns organization fixed up a playground at Lou and Jackie Groza Park. He better get used to the heavy lifting. The four-month-old NFL lockout didn’t end Thursday as previously hoped, but the owners approved the tentative agreement and the players are Read More…

Browns: A to-do list for the end of the lockout

Browns general manager Tom Heckert and first-year coach Pat Shurmur have been planning almost nonstop since the NFL owners locked out the players March 12. They’ve had plenty of free time to make schedules and to-do lists, revise them, then check them another dozen times. Well, the day when Heckert and Shurmur can take their Read More…

Browns: Coach Pat Shurmur eager to bring in players

BEREA – Coach Pat Shurmur was dripping with sweat Thursday as members of the Browns organization fixed up a playground at Lou and Jackie Groza Park. He better get used to the heavy lifting. The four-month-old NFL lockout didn’t end Thursday as previously hoped, but the owners approved the tentative agreement and the players are Read More…