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The aggressive tactics being taken to exclude the media from the inner workings of the Cleveland Browns continued today as it was reported first year head coach Mike Pettine declined the opportunity for his team to be featured on HBO’s wildly popular docu-series “Hard Knocks”.
According to reports, the team may have turned down the offer before they even drafted Johnny Manziel last month. Since that draft, there have been many media outlets trying to find there way to Berea to get a glimpse of Johnny Football.
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Davone Bess, aka Jah Ras Tafa, is having a heck of a Thursday. Despite not being able to catch much this season, he should have no problem catching some heat for the picture he posted to his Twitter account early this morning. Bess seems to be channeling his inner Bob Marley, posting more than one picture of a lion and rocking some red, green and yellow garb. The picture that might get him into some heat, though, would be the one above (bigger below) with a half smoked blunt, a small pile of what looks to be Kush and another baggy of the same. I’m guessing it is Kush based on past Tweets like this one:
The Cleveland Browns fired head coach Rob Chudzinski after only one year of service. They are a mess of an organization who have failed to make the playoffs 11 years straight and haven’t won their division since 1989. All of that really isn’t news though, but more of a standard for football on the banks of Lake Erie.
Cleveland Browns fans have something to look forward to during the first part of 2014 and clearly, it’s not the Super Bowl. Draft Day, a fictional movie that chronicals the decisions leading up to the Cleveland Browns first overall draft choice, will hit theaters on April 11, 2014. The film stars Kevin Costner in the lead role as the teams General Manager who is looking to turn the NFL on its collective heads during the draft and Jennifer Garner opposite Costner.
Below is the first look at the movie a lot of people are waiting for. It doesn’t really matter if you are a Cleveland fan or not, this is going to be a rare movie where the NFL gives consent to use the teams and game footage, so it will feel authentic. One can guess that they picked Cleveland because of the tax breaks the filmmakers got, not necessarily the winning tradition the city is known for. Wink.
After the Cleveland Browns got blown out by their division rival Cincinatti Bengals on Sunday, they did what most teams do. Packed it up and headed home. About that time, everyone in eastern Ohio was watching the weather crawls on our TV screens and hearing that it was going to be a long night full of high winds, power outages and tornado watches. We were preparing for the storms that had wreaked havoc on the midwest earlier in the day and that were now moving across the Buckeye State. I am willing to bet that no one, myself included, gave a second thought to the Browns travel schedule and how the weather might effect it.
Morning Show Dave and Jimmy came up with a pretty good parody song. They took Capital Cities Safe and Sound and mixed it with original lyrics as well as clips from Mike Polk’s epic rant on the Browns where he let out the line “factory of sadness”.
The Browns could have snapped Kansas City’s 7 game win streak yesterday but unfortunately, they shot themselves in the foot. Between Davone Bess’ phobia of catching footballs and Joe Thomas’ love of holding, the Browns couldn’t get themselves ahead of the Chiefs, no matter how well the defense played.
Bernie Kosar got a DUI over the weekend in Solon, Ohio. Most people found out about this a couple hours before the Browns kicked off against the in-state rival Bengals. What most didn’t find out was what happened during the arrest, or more importantly, what was said.