The quarterback is in rehab. The receiver is suspended (again) for at least a year. And the general manager might be in trouble for sending illegal texts during a game. Welcome to Cleveland.
Following a rough start to his NFL career in which he made more headlines for his partying off the field than for his play on it, Cleveland Browns Quarterback Johnny Manziel has entered a treatment program.
The Cleveland Browns had so much hype going into the season and they appeared to be proving themselves in the early and middle portions of the season. Then, the final month of the season arrived and it was a complete and total collapse. 2014 was a year full of controversy, suspensions, injuries, hype, and false hopes.
The Pittsburgh Steelers (10-5) will host the Cincinnati Bengals (10-4-1) at Heinz Field on Sunday night, challenging for the AFC North title and playoff position.
Let’s take a look at the good, the bad and the ugly of Week 15. Here are the four takeaways you need to know from Sunday.
The bell has tolled for Brian Hoyer. And he never really had a chance. It’s showtime for Johnny Manziel. An entirely different show than the one to which he’s become so accustomed.
According to Fox Sports NFL Insider Jay Glazer, the Cleveland Browns will start Johnny Manziel over Brian Hoyer this week.
After being pulled last week against the Buffalo Bills in the teams 26-10 loss in favor of backup Johnny Manziel, Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine has announced that the team will stick with Brian Hoyer this week against the Indianapolis Colts.
What does Tony Gonzalez think about Atlanta’s chances of making the NFL Playoffs? Who should Cleveland name as their starting quarterback? Gonzalez answers these questions and more.
Esiason says it’s a measuring stick game for the Browns and he believes Browns QB Brian Hoyer is up for the challenge.
It should come as no surprise but there is no love lost between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns.
Here are 8 ways you responded on Twitter to Manziel trademarking ‘Johnny Cleveland.’
Fouts says if the Steelers have any chance in a tough division Roethlisberger has to be healthy and play big.
In his more than 50 years in the NFL as a player and coach, Dick LeBeau has seen thousands of rookies come into the league.
You will see something you haven’t seen in 13 years Sunday at Heinz Field. As you ponder the possibilities, the answer is a rookie starting on defense. First round pick Ryan Shazier will begin at middle linebacker.