The Cleveland Browns hired general manager John Dorsey last week, just hours after firing executive vice president of football operations and de facto GM Sashi Brown. New Cleveland Browns general manager John Dorsey should not be counted as a fan of the man he replaced, Sashi Brown.
New Cleveland Browns general manager John Dorsey took a shot at Sashi Brown on Thursday, saying the former head of football operations failed to provide coach Hue Jackson players he could win with. "I think as Bill Parcells would always say, you are your record," Dorsey said.
As a member of the Alabama football team, Marlon Humphrey knew what to expect against non-league foes such as Mercer and Kent State. ''We played a lot of teams that we definitely should easily run over,'' Humphrey recalled. Now a rookie starting cornerback with the Baltimore Ravens, Humphrey finds himself in a seemingly similar situation […]
Tom Savage won’t play this week, but the Texans haven’t ruled him out for their Christmas Day game against the Steelers. Coach Bill O’Brien said the quarterback continues to improve after his scary concussion. Savage’s arms and hands twitched as he lay on the ground following a hit by 49ers linebacker Elvis Dumervil.
A Pittsburgh Steelers fan holds a sign supporting Steelers’ Ryan Shazier, who suffered a spinal cord injury against the Cincinnati Bengals earlier this month. (AP) The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, which has been treating Pittsburgh Steelers
John Dorsey has been on the job in Cleveland less than a week, but the Browns new GM already made sweeping conclusions about the performance of Sashi Brown and the previous regime.
The last time the Pittsburgh Steelers faced the New England Patriots, Le’Veon Bell played just 11 snaps in a 36-17 blowout loss in the AFC Championship at Gillette Stadium. He’s seeking redemption this week.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier has started rehab as part of his ongoing recovery from spinal stabilization surgery, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center announced Thursday.
What if the onetime Redskins franchise savior hadn’t gotten injured? What if then-Washington coach Mike Shanahan hadn’t tried to bring him back too soon? What if RG3 wasn’t used as a pawn between ownership and coaching staff?
The "Inside the NFL" crew discuss what to expect from the Week 15 matchup between the New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers.
The last time the Steelers played the Patriots, running back Le’Veon Bell only had a small role in the proceedings. Bell called it a “terrible feeling” to be out of that game and that meant he’s had his eye on this week’s visit from the Patriots for a while. “I just felt like I missed […]
Ryan Shazier's frightening injury has created a big void in the Steelers' defense. In their first full game without Shazier, the Steelers had to lean on three different players to do the job of one, and the results were quite concerning for the AFC North leaders. "This is a game of confidence," said Steelers defensive […]