Friday, August 31, 2012

Overview of Cleveland Browns Quarterback Brandon Weeden's Training Camp

It has been pretty clear since training camp started that Brandon Weeden was the Cleveland Browns starting quarterback.
Despite Pat Shurmur saying it was a competition with Colt McCoy, it was ended quickly by Brandon Weeden’s performance in camp. When I watched the first padded practice for the Browns, it was easy to see that Brandon Weeden's physical ability gives the Browns the best chance to win.
His arm stands out as the strongest and most accurate of the quarterbacks on the Browns roster. He can reach any part of the field with his arm. The ability to make all the throws has shown up in camp with his deep accuracy on the long ball and his touch on screen passes to Trent Richardson...

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Thursday, August 30, 2012

Why Jimmy Haslem is good for the Cleveland Browns

Randy Lerner used a play from his 2005 playbook...sell an inherited asset for big money.
In 2005, Lerner, then chairman of MBNA, helped sell the credit card bank to Bank of America. At the time, the Lerner family received $2.3 billion from the sale.
Now, Lerner is on the verge of the sale of the Cleveland Browns, which should gross at least $700 million. If you’re doing the math, that is $3 billion in proceeds from the two biggest assets his father left him.
So why sell now when things seem to be on the right track with the Browns? One reported reason is, his father asked to wait at least 10 years before considering a sale. The other two big reasons are, the value of team is at an all-time high of $977 million, according to Forbes, and he found the right guy.

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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Cleveland Browns article round up for the preseason

The following articles from Bleacher report, will give a good overview of what is going on with Cleveland Browns this preseason.

Who is under rated on the Browns roster?

What did we learn from Eagles v. Browns preseason game? 

Grading the Cleveland Browns rookies

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