Report: Eagles Turned Down Josh Gordon For Nick Foles TradeThe Eagles reportedly turned down a Nick Foles for Josh Gordon trade in 2013.
Report: Josh Gordon Fails Drug Test, Faces Year-Long BanAccording to a report, Browns WR Josh Gordon faces a one-year ban after another failed drug test.
Browns Suspend Josh Gordon Just Five Games After League SuspensionThe Browns have suspended Josh Gordon for final game for violating team rules.
Browns Defeat Bengals On Thursday Night Football 24-3The Browns made easy work of the Bengals on Thursday night.
Leah Still Travels To Cincinnati To See Her Dad PlayLeah Still finally got the opportunity to see her father play on Thursday night.
Twitter Responds to Manziel Trademarking 'Johnny Cleveland'Here are 8 ways you responded on Twitter to Manziel trademarking 'Johnny Cleveland.'
Keidel: Josh Gordon And NFL PolicyIt seems we've jumped into the pool of relativism since we got wind of Josh Gordon's season-long suspension for marijuana use. You have the indignant faction that can't believe someone who smokes weed gets a year while Ray Rice skates with a two-game suspension
Joe Banner Out In ClevelandJoe Banner lasted twelve years as CEO of the Philadelphia Eagles. He lasted just 16 months with the Browns.
Roseman On Potential Gordon Trade: Hard To Get Players Acclimated During The SeasonEven though the Cleveland Bronws surprised everyone and won their last game in shootout fashion against the Vikings, it's still widely believed they're planning for the future. The first shoe to drop was obviously their trade of Trent Richardson to the Colts in exchange for a 2014 first round pick.
Eagles Trade RB Dion Lewis For LB Emmanuel AchoThe Eagles send running back Dion Lewis to the Cleveland Browns for linebacker Emmanuel Acho.
Fantasy Football Edge: 2nd Half Wide Receiver Studs And DudsAs we near the midpoint of the fantasy football season, the league is stocked full of shockers and disappointments.
NFL Refs Approve 8-Year ContractThe refs approved a new eight-year contract with the league by a 112-5 vote Saturday, officially ending a lockout that led to three weeks of increasingly chaotic games run by replacement officials who drew the attention of everyone from the average fan to President Barack Obama.