10:29 AM EDT, Tue June 30, 2015
Dawgs By Nature 16 hours ago

Former agent Joel Corry talks about Tashaun Gipson's contract situation

Joel Corry is a contract analyst for CBS Sports. He was an agent for 16 years, representing NFL and NBA players such as Ronnie Lott, Hakeem Olajuwon, and Shaquille O'Neal. 92.3 The Fan had him on as a guest. Joel Corry had the following things to say about Tashaun Gipson's contract situation: On if we have contract issues in Cleveland: "Yes, you do. You got Tashaun Gipson who'd like a longterm deal. He signed his restricted free agent tender, which I expected him to do before June 15th. That's significant because that's the one day where teams can switch the restricted free agent...

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Plain Dealer 4 hours ago

Pittsburgh Steelers draft classes 2010-14: A look back

The Steelers' offense is loaded with draft picks from the past five years, including Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown.

Pittsburgh Steelers' Bud Dupree hopes to put the fear back in opposing quarterbacks: AFC North rookie spotlight

Bud Dupree, the Steelers' first-round draft pick, is aware of the franchise's rich history of terrorizing quarterbacks and hopes to be part of its revival.
Plain Dealer 17 hours ago

Believing in Johnny Manziel (or not) is a must-see proposition -- Bud Shaw's Spinoffs

Cincinnati Bengals' defensive coordinator Paul Guenther, who helped orchestrate a 30-0 shutout of the Browns last season, told ESPN people shouldn't be writing Johnny Manziel off quite yet. Or, we'd add, comparing him to Drew Brees -- Bud Shaw's Spinoffs.

Will the Browns try Terrelle Pryor at tight end as well as receiver?: Hey Mary Kay!

Terrelle Pryor has the size to play tight end, but will the Browns just work him at receiver? Does Connor Shaw have a shot at the No. 2 job? These and other questions answered in this week's Hey Mary Kay!
Plain Dealer Jun 29, 2015
AFC North rookie spotlight: Ravens' Maxx Williams could make Browns, Steelers regret not taking him

AFC North rookie spotlight: Ravens' Maxx Williams could make Browns, Steelers regret not taking him

Ravens reportedly jumped ahead of Steelers to select Williams in the second round.
Plain Dealer Jun 28, 2015

Cleveland Browns' receiver Terrelle Pryor another great athlete who doesn't fit NFL's mold: Bill Livingston (photos)

It's not cost-effective to force so many great college athletes at quarterback to learn an entirely new system in the NFL.

St. Ignatius grad Jake Ryan hoping to stand out in the middle of the Pack

St. Ignatius grad and Westlake native Jake Ryan was drafted by the Packers in the fourth round. But he's a candidate to start for them at inside 'backer this season.
Plain Dealer Jun 27, 2015
2015 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year: Will it be Jameis Winston or someone else? (poll)

2015 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year: Will it be Jameis Winston or someone else? (poll)

Which player do you think will follow the Giants' Odell Beckham Jr. and become the 2015 NFL Rookie of the Year? Will it be Jameis Winston? Or someone else?

Was Johnny Manziel's rookie year a cautionary tale for Jameis Winston?

Bucs rookie quarterback Jameis Winston won't look at Johnny Manziel's rookie season as a cautionary tale for his own. But he does plan to be a better and more mature man than he was at Florida State.
News-Herald Jun 26, 2015

NFC Rookie Symposium: Jameis Winston calls the Cleveland Browns' Cameron Erving a great player

Cameron Erving will serve and protect his quarterback and running backs wherever the Browns decide to station him, said the man who guided Florida State to the national championship in 2013.Jameis Winston, the former Seminoles quarterback and the first player taken in the 2015 NFL draft, was the main attraction on June 26 as the NFC rookies took over the practice fields at Browns headquarters in Berea in a Play 60 segment of the NFL Rookie Symposium.
Akron Beacon Journal Jun 26, 2015
NFL Rookie Symposium: Undaunted by position switch, Akron’s Shaquille Riddick ready to give back to his hometown

NFL Rookie Symposium: Undaunted by position switch, Akron’s Shaquille Riddick ready to give back to his hometown

BEREA: Akron native Shaquille Riddick believes football is all about challenges. So what could be a daunting switch from college defensive end to NFL outside linebacker actually excites him.He never spent a down at linebacker during his career, which concluded with one season at West Virginia after three at Gardner-Webb University. But Riddick, a graduate of Akron Early College High School who played three sports for Buchtel, knew the change was possible because of his weight. So as he prepared for the draft at EXOS in Pensacola, Fla., he trained for it.“I did the drills every day. After...
Akron Beacon Journal Jun 26, 2015

NFL Rookie Symposium notebook: Ex-Huskies Shaq Thompson, Danny Shelton enjoy father-son relationship, but dad role may surprise

BEREA: Former University of Washington teammates Danny Shelton and Shaq Thompson are both 21 years old. But in their close relationship, Thompson is the father and Shelton is the son.“He’s been my son since I got there, my big fluffy son,” Thompson said Friday at the NFC portion of the NFL Rookie Symposium’s PLAY 60 Youth Football Clinic at Browns headquarters. “He’s always protected his dad.”The protect part might be half football jargon, half friendship. Shelton, the nose tackle selected 12th overall by the Browns, is known for the way he takes on blockers to free up other...
Akron Beacon Journal Jun 26, 2015

No. 1 pick Jameis Winston’s takeaway from NFL Rookie Symposium: ‘We’re not normal’

BEREA: Children hung on Jameis Winston like he was the pied piper of fun, and it was easy to see why.His brilliant smile. His down-to-earth personality. His willingness to engage with even the smallest among the 200 who attended the NFC portion of the NFL Rookie Symposium’s PLAY 60 Youth Football Clinic at Browns headquarters Friday.It almost seemed as if the event could have been Winston’s alone.In May, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers drafted the 2013 Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback from Florida State first overall to be the face of their franchise. But the choice was loaded with risk,...
News-Herald Jun 26, 2015
Cleveland Browns ticket holders refile class action lawsuit over personal seat licenses

Cleveland Browns ticket holders refile class action lawsuit over personal seat licenses

Cleveland Browns season ticket holders are back in court, claiming they lost money because the football team stopped requiring fans to buy personal seat licenses, also known as PSLs.Cleveland Browns LLC is the defendant in a class action lawsuit filed June 25 at Lorain County Common Pleas Court.

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