February 6, 2016

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Browns trail Colts 17-13 after 3 quarters

INDIANAPOLIS – The Browns are within striking distance, but will need a small fourth-quarter rally to post their second straight win. The Colts lead 17-13 after three quarters at Lucas Oil Stadium. The Browns took the opening drive of the second half and went 80 yards for a touchdown to cut the deficit to 14-13. Read More…

Browns down 14-6 to Colts at halftime

INDIANAPOLIS – The Colts followed up their game-opening touchdown with another on their second drive in the second quarter. They went 76 yards in 14 plays to take a 14-6 lead over the Browns at halftime. Rookie quarterback Andrew Luck converted three third downs, then scored his second rushing touchdown from 5 yards. The Colts Read More…

Browns trail Colts 7-0 after 1st quarter

INDIANAPOLIS – A drive for each team took up the whole first quarter, and Indianapolis led 7-0 at the end of the period at Lucas Oil Stadium. The Colts took the opening kickoff and methodically marched 80 yards for a touchdown. Rookie quarterback Andrew Luck scrambled in from 3 yards to cap an 11-play drive Read More…

Browns pregame update: RB Trent Richardson active and expected to start

INDIANAPOLIS – Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson is active and expected to start this afternoon against the Colts. The game begins at 1 p.m. Richardson injured rib cartilage in the first series last Sunday in a 34-24 win over the Bengals. He was in and out of the lineup, then left for good midway Read More…

Browns: Weeden, Luck to meet again

INDIANAPOLIS — When the quarterbacks last met on the field, Andrew Luck’s destiny was determined. He had established himself as the best quarterback draft prospect in more than a decade and would be headed to Indianapolis as the No. 1 pick to replace Peyton Manning. His counterpart in the Fiesta Bowl on Jan. 2, Brandon Read More…

Browns: Guard Pinkston sidelined by blood clots in lungs

BEREA — Browns starting left guard Jason Pinkston has been hospitalized with blood clots in his lungs and is out indefinitely, putting the rest of his season in jeopardy. The second-year pro became ill Sunday during Cleveland’s 34-24 victory over Cincinnati — reportedly throwing up on the sideline — and was diagnosed with the serious Read More…

Browns left guard Jason Pinkston in hospital with blood clot

BEREA – Browns left guard Jason Pinkston has a blood clot and is in the hospital, coach Pat Shurmur announced after practice. Pinkston, 25, will miss the game Sunday against the Colts, and Shurmur said it will be determined next week if he’ll miss an extended period of time. He could miss the rest of Read More…

Browns WR Greg Little back at practice, LG Jason Pinkston still out

BEREA – Browns receiver Greg Little returned to practice after missing Thursday with the flu. He’s expected to start Sunday against the Colts. Left guard Jason Pinkston (illness) missed his second straight day and will be replaced in the starting lineup by John Greco. Pinkston fell ill Sunday and left the win against the Bengals. Read More…

Browns’ Josh Gordon showing his worth after two-game spurt

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BEREA — Brad Childress disembarked from the cruise ship in flip-flops, still on island time and full from the 24-hour buffet. Then he got the news. The Browns had taken receiver Josh Gordon in the second round of the supplemental draft July 12. “I said, ‘Who’s Josh Gordon?’ Honestly,” Childress, the offensive coordinator, said Thursday. Read More…

Browns introduce new CEO Joe Banner

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BEREA — CEO Joe Banner is the first hire by new Browns owner Jimmy Haslam. He’s also the latest in a long line of people brought in to turn the floundering franchise into a winner. Banner was introduced at a news conference Wednesday morning. He sat behind a microphone, smiled and answered questions, much like Read More…