Browns general manager Phil Savage is willing to listen. But he's not in a rush to renegotiate tight end Kellen Winslow's contract that has three years remaining because Cleveland has other priorities.
First up is free agency, which begins Friday. Then thoughts must turn to finding defensive players in the April 26-27 draft to revamp the front seven of a 30th-ranked unit.To read more or comment...
On Friday at the NFL Scouting Combine, Browns general manager Phil Savage sounded pessimistic and disappointed about the prospects of getting quarterback Derek Anderson signed before the start of free agency. But there are reasons to believe not all is lost.
Over the weekend one league source called Anderson a ''one-year wonder'' and an Internet report Monday night on Scout.com said Anderson's agent heard more of the same during his time in Indianapolis.To read more or comment...
Observers can only guess what kind of effect Browns quarterback Derek Anderson's poor performance in Sunday's Pro Bowl will have on ongoing contract negotiations.
In the AFC's 42-30 loss, Anderson completed 10 of 26 passes for 103 yards with no touchdowns and an interception for a quarterback rating of 34.6.To read more or comment...
To no one's surprise, Browns tight end Kellen Winslow said during a Friday radio interview from the Super Bowl that he will undergo another surgery on his right knee.
Winslow could have had the operation shortly after the Dec. 30 season finale, but elected to wait, hoping to be named to the AFC's Pro Bowl team. The first alternate, Winslow received word Monday he would be going to Hawaii, replacing San Diego's Antonio Gates, who was bothered by a toe injury in the playoffs. The game is Feb. 10 in Honolulu.To read more or comment...
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