May 6, 2016

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The Morning Hit–9/17/15

Welcome back to The Morning Hit, where we talk about what people are talking about online. The web has become the digital equivalent of the office water cooler, and it’s becoming more necessary by the day to stay in the loop. Enough of the pleasantries, let’s hit it. Lying about 9/11. Steve Rannazzisi, the annoying Read More…

Browns C Alex Mack glad to be back, wants to win if he’s going to stick around beyond this season

BEREA — A lot has happened since center Alex Mack left the field on a cart with a broken left leg. He missed the first snap of his career, the running game ground to a halt, quarterback Brian Hoyer couldn’t sustain his solid play and was allowed to leave in free agency and the Browns Read More…

Scott Petrak: A good Browns draft could have been great … if they would have picked up a quarterback

The Browns had a good draft. Solid is another appropriate adjective. They filled needs with quality players, addressed both sides of the ball and increased depth on a roster that’s markedly improved over a few years ago. They added a productive pass rusher in Nate Orchard, an electric running back in Duke Johnson and took Read More…

QB Brian Hoyer leads way again as Browns beat Bengals, 17-6, for 2nd straight win

CLEVELAND — The ball was barely out of Brian Hoyer’s hand when he started running. In the opposite direction. Hoyer knew he had finished a game-sealing, job-keeping, 91-yard touchdown drive before the 1-yard pass landed in fullback Chris Ogbonnaya’s hands — and he was ready to celebrate. He sprinted away from the Dawg Pound down Read More…

QB Brian Hoyer, coach Rob Chudzinski lead Browns to first win, 31-27, over Vikings

MINNEAPOLIS — Quarterback Brian Hoyer got the matchup he wanted — tight end Jordan Cameron alone on the left with safety Harrison Smith in man coverage – and threw the pass he’d dreamed about as a kid. A perfect fade to the corner. Touchdown. Browns win. The chaos of last week carried over to Sunday Read More…