Posts Tagged ‘jim brown’

Who Is On Your Mount Rushmore Of The Cleveland Browns?

Recently a lot has been made about ESPN’s interesting chat about who would be on various Mount Rushmore of professional sports leagues. You know Mount Rushmore right – that National monument sculpture carved into the granite face of a mountain near Keystone, South Dakota. (Yes we looked it up on Wikipedia). So today we throw […]

Jim Brown: A True Superhero

By Brock Landes Created in comical form in the mid-1930?s, a superhero brought to earth was more than just an ordinary newspaper writer. A man named, Clark Kent, was a dedicated newspaper writer, but when danger approached, Kent switched into his other identify, where he typically found himself saving the world. Clark had one week ness; […]

Jim Brown Ready to Put Feelings Aside, Come Back to the Browns

There’s been a disconnect between the Browns and legendary Hall of Fame back Jim Brown the past few seasons, but it appears that the two sides are ready to see eye to eye. The running back, who had been estranged from the organization after he was relieved of his duties as a senior advisor, attended […]

Jim Brown Takes a Shot at Woods and Jordan

As it turns out, Browns receiver Donte’ Stallworth isn’t the only recent target of Hall of Fame running back (and Browns executive) Jim Brown’s ire. Brown also has taken aim recently at Tiger Woods and Michael Jordan. In a Tuesday night appearance on HBO’s Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel, Brown addresses the efforts (or lack […]

HOF RB Brown Speaks on Possible Browns Offseason Changes

From: Pro Football Talk.com In a Tuesday morning appearance on The Dan Patrick Show, Browns Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown addressed the possibility for a new coach and/or a new G.M. in Cleveland. “I’m sure there will be some changes. ” Though Brown said that the decisions ultimately will come from owner Randy […]

Browns Great HOF Guard Hickerson Dies at 73

One of the greatest pulling guards in NFL history has passed.  Browns Hall of Famer Gene Hickerson died on Monday at the age of 73.  He was the teams best ever right guard, and helped out backs Jim Brown, Leroy Kelly and Bobby Mitchell.  Brown had called Hickerson “the greatest downfield blocker in the history […]

Time to Make Some Cuts as Browns Fall to Bears 16-10

Both the offensive and defensive starters looked pretty good tonight. Browns took the opening KO and drove 76 yards to a FG. Quinn didn’t go deep but moved the ball. Harrison and Wright both looked good in Lewis’ absence. Quinn did miss the chance for a TD when he threw behind Winslow in the end […]

Browns … Once a Dynasty

The Cleveland Browns entered the AAFC in 1946. They went on to win the championship with a 12 – 2 record. They outscored their opponents 423 – 137. Then again in 1947, 1948, and 1949. Going 12 – 1 – 1 and outscoring opponents 410 – 185 in 1947, then again in 1948 going 15 […]