Posts Tagged ‘D’Qwell Jackson’

Browns Release Long Time LB D’Qwell Jackson

The honeymoon with the fans and new GM Ray Farmer may have just ended. Today the Browns made a surprise move, announcing they have released linebacker D’Qwell Jackson, a player who has been with the team longer than any other, and was a leader on defense. “We had positive discussion with D’Qwell and his agent […]

Browns and LB D’Qwell Jackson Come to Terms on a Five-Year Deal

The Browns today inked veteran linebacker D’Qwell Jackson to a multi-year contract extension. Reports say that the deal is for five-yeas worth $42.5 million. $19 million of it is guaranteed. “Dqwell is thrilled with the deal,” said his agent Brian Mackler. “He wanted to finish his career in Cleveland and this enables him to do […]

A View on How the Browns Will Deal with the Salary Cap Issues in 2012

Football Outsiders is out and doing Division by Division looks at the salary cap and how it affects each team around the league. To see about the entire AFC North – click HERE Here’s the Browns breakdown, and some of the background on how they think things will play out for the team. Estimated Cap […]

Browns Will Use Franchise Tag on LB D’Qwell Jackson

If the Browns are unable to secure a multi-year deal with D’Qwell Jackson, they will use the franchise tag on the middle linebacker, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer reports. Pectoral injuries limited Jackson to six games over the 2009 and 2010 seasons. Re-signed to a one-year, $3.8 million contract last March, Jackson led […]

D’Qwell Jackson Wants to Be Back with the Browns

LB D’Qwell Jackson mentioned that he’s hoping to re-sign with the Browns, per Greg Bedard of the Boston Globe. Jackson has missed 26 games after suffering multiple torn pectoral muscles during the last few years but this season he was able to finish second in total tackles and is a one of the top candidates […]

Four Positions The Browns Need to Upgrade This Offseason

The Browns failed to score much in 2011, putting up their lowest point total since 2000. Today, with free agency and the draft still to come this offseason, we take a look at some of the spots the Browns should focus in on to improve on. 1. Wide Receiver – Many people are on the […]

Quick Notes: Monday After a Victory

The Browns picked-up their first victory of the season Sunday, defeating the Indianapolis Colts, 27-19. Without Peyton Manning under center for the Colts, the Browns, Peyton Hillis, made sure there was at least one Peyton that shined on Sunday. Here are a few notes from Sunday’s win. – With Sunday’s win, the Browns improved to […]

AFC North Preseason Awards

The NFL season started tonight in Wisconsin, where the defending Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers will play host to the New Orleans Saints – the 2009 Super Bowl Champions. For teams in the AFC North, Sunday will mark their season openers. All four AFC North teams play each other this weekend, which will give […]