Click the link for an updated version of this story: Browns sign cornerback Jamar Taylor to three-year, $15 million contract extension
The Browns signed starting cornerback Jamar Taylor to a three-year contract extension on Saturday, a team spokesman confirmed.
The three-year deal is worth $15 million, a league source confirmed. It includes a $3 million signing bonus and $10.05 million in the first two years of the contract.
Taylor, acquired during April's draft in a trade with the Miami Dolphins, had been scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent in March until he reached a new deal with the Browns.To read more or comment...
Click the link for an updated version of this story: Browns coach Hue Jackson eager for quarterback Robert Griffin III to start again, audition for future: "I want to know more"
Browns quarterback Robert Griffin III will start against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium, a team spokesman said Thursday.
It'll be Griffin's first game action since he suffered a fractured coracoid bone in his left shoulder Sept. 11 in the regular-season opener. He has missed the past 11 games.
All signs pointed to Griffin starting. Now it's official.To read more or comment...
The Akron Beacon Journal and Ohio.com podcast is back, and on this week's episode we focus heavily on quarterbacks.
Before we get to that, we started this week's show talking about the recent meeting Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam had with the team's employees and what it could mean moving forward.
The major talk this week, however, starts with Robert Griffin III. Browns beat writer Nate Ulrich says it looks like Griffin will be the starter on Sunday against the Bengals, so we discuss what he can bring to the team.To read more or comment...
On this week's Akron Beacon Journal and Ohio.com podcast, Browns beat writer Nate Ulrich explains why Robert Griffin III should start when the Browns play the Bengals on Dec. 11.
As the Browns head into the bye week, Griffin is finally getting healthy after injuring his shoulder in Week 1 of the season. That should open things up for him starting over Cody Kessler and Josh McCown.
Since the Browns are finally heading into the bye week, Nate and I also go off topic and do power rankings for our favorite ongoing television shows. It gets a little weird before we finally get back on topic with our positive news of the week and a couple of other Browns news and notes.To read more or comment...
Click the link for an updated version of this story: Browns QB Robert Griffin III medically cleared to play: "Beyond blessed to have an opportunity to get back on the field"
Browns quarterback Robert Griffin III has been cleared for contact after undergoing the final medical test he needed to pass to return to action this season.
Coach Hue Jackson confirmed the news Tuesday after ESPN reported it.
Griffin suffered a fractured coracoid bone in his left shoulder Sept. 11 during the regular-season opener and has missed the past 11 games.To read more or comment...
Click the link for an updated version of this story: Browns notebook: Starting guard John Greco’s season ends early because of mid-foot sprain
The Browns placed starting right guard John Greco on injured reserve Monday with a season-ending right mid-foot injury.
They also claimed offensive lineman Matt McCants off waivers from the Oakland Raiders.
Greco suffered the injury late in the third quarter of Sunday's 27-13 loss to the New York Giants.To read more or comment...
Click the link for an updated version of this story: Coach Hue Jackson says Browns in process of getting quarterback Robert Griffin III cleared for contact as they seek way to jump-start offense
Browns rookie quarterback Cody Kessler has been medically cleared to return from the concussion he suffered Nov. 20 against the Pittsburgh Steelers and he's practicing Monday at team headquarters.
Kessler sat out Sunday's 27-13 loss to the New York Giants with the second concussion he suffered in 29 days. He also suffered a concussion Oct. 23 against the Cincinnati Bengals and sat out one game.
Kessler, a third-round draft pick from the University of Southern California, has started eight games this season and completed 65.6 percent of his passes for 1,369 yards and six touchdowns with two interceptions.To read more or comment...