Browns send Jadeveon Clowney home after critical comments
Cleveland Browns defensive end Jadeveon Clowney was sent home Friday before practice and will likely not play in Sunday's season finale in Pittsburgh after he made critical comments about the team. Coach Kevin Stefanski will address the media following practice. Clowney, who is in his second season with the Browns, said in an interview Thursday with cleveland.com that he didn't feel appreciated and was “95% sure" he wasn't coming back for a third season.news.yahoo.com
Analysis: Some NFL teams won't reap reward for poor seasons
Les Snead famously wore a T-shirt at the Los Angeles Rams' championship parade 10 months ago mocking his team's lack of draft picks. Snead built a Super Bowl winner the unconventional way, out of free agents and trades rather than through the draft. Miller bolted to the Buffalo Bills in free agency a month later, Stafford has been sidelined by a concussion and a neck injury since Dec. 3 and the Rams have followed their 15-5 season with a 5-10 record.news.yahoo.com
Bitter cold loss leaves Browns outside playoffs once again
There's nothing left for the Cleveland Browns to accomplish this season, another failed one in a long line of malfunctions for one of the NFL's most inept franchises. “My decision,” Stefanski said. Stefanski declined to elaborate on Garrett's violation, but that Stefanski had to bench his best player for any time with the Browns still mathematically alive in the playoff chase underscores the team's sorry state.news.yahoo.com
Texans’ top defensive effort squandered in loss to Browns: ‘Not good enough’
Roy Lopez celebrated raucously in the end zone, thoroughly enjoying the moment. The Texans’ defensive tackle swarmed Cleveland Browns star running back Nick Chubb for a safety, bringing him to the ground after defensive tackle Maliek Collins and linebacker Christian Harris’ penetration slowed Chubb down and allowed Lopez to finish the play.
A rusty Deshaun Watson booed relentlessly in debut for Browns, still earns victory over Texans
Deshaun Watson got hit hard by defensive tackle Michael Dwumfour as he released the football, and he didn’t see Jalen Pitre waiting in coverage, reading his eyes. The Texans’ rookie safety alertly intercepted Watson in the end zone when he tried to force a pass over the middle to wide receiver Amari Cooper.
Skunk invades Browns stadium during victory over Bucs
It's been another stinky season so far for the Cleveland Browns. A skunk was on the loose in the stands inside FirstEnergy Stadium during Cleveland's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The critter was initially spotted going up and down steps in a section of seats near the tunnel to the Browns locker room.news.yahoo.com
Chubb's TD in OT gives Brissett, Browns 23-17 win over Bucs
Nick Chubb scored on a 3-yard touchdown run with 19 seconds left in overtime and Cleveland rallied to stun Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 23-17 in Browns quarterback Jacoby Brissett’s final start before Deshaun Watson returns from his suspension.
Bills' Sean McDermott sparks Stefon Diggs touchdown with sideline chat: ‘He always has the right words to say'
A heartfelt chat between Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott and Stefon Diggs during Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns was apparently just what the star wideout needed.foxnews.com
Bills beat Browns 31-23 after snow shifts game to Motor City
Josh Allen threw a go-ahead, 5-yard touchdown pass to Stefon Diggs late in the first half and Buffalo beat the Cleveland Browns 31-23 after the NFL moved the Bills’ home game to Detroit due to several feet of snow blanketing western New York.