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Browns officially sign DL Adrian Clayborn

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

The Cleveland Browns officially signed defensive lineman Adrian Clayborn on Thursday. While the Browns did not release contract info, previous reports have the deal being a two-year contract for $6 million plus incentives: The 31-year-old Clayborn spent last season with the Atlanta Falcons, where he played in 15 games and made one start. He finished the season with four sacks.

Browns evoke memories of Jim Brown, Clay Matthews and Bobby Mitchell in hype video for their classic new uniforms, set to be unveiled next week

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

The video flashed the jersey numbers of such Browns’ legends as Jim Brown, Bobby Mitchell and Clay Matthews, signaling a return to the more traditional uniforms and winning times in Browns Town. The uniforms will be unveiled next week in videos and photos, and the only things that’s leaked out so far, by Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, is that Odell Beckham Jr. will be featured in the videos.

Cleveland Browns tease return to classic look with new uniforms

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Next week, the Cleveland Browns are expected to unveil their new uniforms. But if a new video hyping the release is any indication, the Browns' new threads will mark more of a return to the familiar than anything else. In a video posted to Twitter on Thursday, the Browns didn't show their new uniforms, but used quick flashes of jerseys worn by Cleveland legends Clay Matthews Jr., Bobby Mitchell and Jim Brown.

Ranking the Browns’ best third-round picks in the NFL Draft

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

The Browns drafted 31 players in the 30-round draft that year and didn’t come away with much. Ken Carpenter and John Sandusky, the Browns’ first two picks, had careers, but just a few of the other draft picks even played in the NFL. As was often the case in the early days of the league, drafted players opted for non-football jobs that usually offered better pay.

Browns sign Adrian Clayborn to 2-year, $5.75 million free agent deal; arrives as a solid rotational edge rusher

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

With reports surfacing that the Browns have shown interest in signing Seahawks free agent edge-rusher Jadeveon Clowney, they officially inked a player who had more sacks last season in former Falcons defensive end Adrian Clayborn. Clayborn, who signed his two-year deal worth $5.75 million, had four sacks in 15 games and one start with the Falcons last season. Clowney, who’s seeking about $17 million to $18 million a year, had just three sacks in 11 starts for the Seahawks.

Baker Mayfield’s got ‘some magic’ in him, says ESPN analyst

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

CLEVELAND, Ohio – What a difference a year makes. Last NFL offseason, everyone was predicting Baker Mayfield and the Browns were going to take the NFL by storm. This offseason, analysts find themselves wondering if the young quarterback can bounce back.

5 wide receivers who could fit the Cleveland Browns on Day 2 of the NFL Draft 2020

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Why he could fall: Much like Claypool, Johnson has problems getting separation from defensive backs despite being 6-foot-6. He doesn’t have much quickness and has troubles with acceleration. Needs a bit of a runway to get himself up to top speed.

Analyzing the Cleveland Browns 2020 Overall Cap

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

Berry is sitting comfortably now as these players are still on their rookie contracts but maintaining cap space flexibility will be crucial to resign young players and signing new players during free agency as well. The Cleveland Browns currently sit atop the NFL with the most cap space having $43,495,994 available according to Spotrac.

Lakers GM Pelinka draws inspiration from Bryant

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

Fellow Spanish league club Sevilla also said Wednesday it would put its players and other employees on government furloughs to reduce labor costs during the pandemic. Barcelona and Atlético Madrid had already requested the government furloughs, reaching agreements with players to reduce their salaries by 70%. The Spanish league has estimated that clubs will lose a combined $1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) if the competition can’t resume because of the pandemic.

Lakers GM Pelinka draws inspiration from Bryant

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

Fellow Spanish league club Sevilla also said Wednesday it would put its players and other employees on government furloughs to reduce labor costs during the pandemic. Barcelona and Atlético Madrid had already requested the government furloughs, reaching agreements with players to reduce their salaries by 70%. The Spanish league has estimated that clubs will lose a combined $1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) if the competition can’t resume because of the pandemic.