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Browns Looking For Quarterbacks To Answer Questions At 2018 NFL Combine

As the Browns' luck would have it there's hasn't been a definitive quarterback to take with the first pick in 2017 or 2018 which is why new general manager John Dorsey looks to find answers to a few questions for the top prospects this week.
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PHOTOS: 2018 Olympic Winter Games Closing Ceremony

February 25, 2018
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Browns Net Zero Compensatory Picks For 2018 Draft

In 2017 the Browns lost Stephen Paea, Terelle Pryor and Jordan Poyer in free agency but they signed Kevin Zeitler, J.C. Tretter and Kenny Britt meaning their net gain-loss was 0, hence no compensatory picks in 2018.
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John Dorsey, Browns Rebuilding Team's Credibility One Day, One Move At A Time

The last 3 years - actually, the last 5 truth be told - have been significantly damaging to the Browns' brand and credibility around the NFL but by Browns standards, they have had themselves a very good 2 1/2 months.
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Joe Thomas Uses Twitter To Recruit Kirk Cousins For Browns

Coming off of an 0-16 season and being 1-31 over the last 2 years the Browns realize it might take more than just money to lure free agents to Cleveland.
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Cleveland/Canton Named 1 Of 5 Finalists To Host 2019 Or 2020 NFL Draft

Final bids are to be submitted to the league office by early April and the league is expected to announce the winners at the league's spring meetings in May.
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Addition Of Todd Haley Should Transform Browns Offense, Give Young Players Fresh Start

Todd Haley, hired officially on Jan. 24 after the Steelers chose to let his contract expire, was introduced Wednesday as Hue Jackson's first offensive coordinator.
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Todd Haley Accepts Challenge Of Helping Hue Jackson Turn Browns Offense Around

He’ll try to help head coach Hue Jackson resurrect the doormat of the AFC North – and NFL for that matter – the Cleveland Browns and their offense.
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Browns Draw 5th Toughest Schedule In 2018

Cleveland's 2018 opponents were a combined 134-122 in 2017 - a .523 win percentage - and 5 teams (New Orleans, Carolina, Atlanta, Kansas City and Pittsburgh) qualified for the playoffs.
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The Internet's Best Reactions To Cavs Trade Updates

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