Review Category : Cleveland Browns

The Cleveland Browns WR Josh Gordon’s just lost $1,335,412. An amazing amount of money was just forfeited today when an arbitrator ruled that Josh Gordon’s year long suspension for failing another drug test was just. He was suspended for the first two games of the 2013 NFL season for marijuana, and before the 2014 draft he failed another drug test. To make things worse he was pulled over and charged with a DWI in early July. The Browns have been letting him practice and the NFL has let him participate in pre season.  After the suspension Gordon came out with this statement: “I’d like to apologize to my teammates, coaches, the Cleveland Browns organization and our fans. I am very disappointed that the NFL and its hearing office didn’t exercise better discretion and judgment in my case. I would like to sincerely thank the people who have been incredibly supportive ...

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Andre Johnson of the Houston Texans has made it clear that he wants out. He isn’t happy with the direction of the organization, that they didn’t pick up a big name QB, and that they plan on rebuilding. He is in the latter years of a Hall of Fame career, and he wants to win now. He has 927 receptions, 12,661 yards and 61 TDs over his career. Much of it without a decent QB. It must have been tough to deal with being drafted by a terrible team, and just as soon as they get good, they collapse in just a season and have to rebuild. The man has done plenty for the Houston Texans, and he deserves to be traded to where he wants to be, with proper compensation of course. Here are a couple potential suitors.   The Cleveland Browns for WR Josh Gordon  They lost Josh ...

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With the NFL Draft in the books and no game changers left in free agency, we can evaluate how each team looks and who could win their division. Of course there are rookies whos impact can’t be determined until they get on the field. We will be going through each division and make predictions. Today, we’re looking at the AFC North.   Cincinnati Bengals Prediction: Division winner, 11-5 This is the year Andy Dalton takes a leap, and it is because the loss of Jay Gruden. Gruden was a good offensive coordinator, but Hugh Jackson is better. Jackson will make Dalton, AJ Green, and the whole offense better. If he could turn a Raiders offense with #1 receiver Darrius Hayward-Bay into a legitimate threat, then imagine what he can do with the Bengals offense.  The already solid defense was upgraded by adding rookie first round pick, CB Darqueze Dennard. Him and Leon Hall will ...

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