October 2013

COMMENTARY | The Cleveland Browns, along with the team's long-suffering fan base, entered October 2013 with real reasons for optimism. Quarterback Brian Hoyer had taken the Browns from 0-2 to 2-2, and the team's defense seemed to have the goods to allow Cleveland to compete with the likes of the Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs. As has happened to this franchise time and time again since 1999, it all came crashing down for the Browns, who will now need to go on quite the run in the second half of the campaign in order to reach that .500 record that appeared very attainable four weeks ago. It just wouldn't be the Browns if they weren't on the verge of searching for a franchise quarterback during an offseason.
Reps for UCLA QB Brett Hundley Jr. have been in contact with Roc Nation Sports, the agency owned by rapper Jay-Z, according to sources
Running back Miguel Maysonet among tryouts
A broken leg in the New York Giants’ final preseason game has kept Andre Brown out for the first eight weeks of the season. The Giants believe that Brown will be able to make his debut next week against the Oakland Raiders after their bye this week. According to Kieran Darcy of ESPN.com, Giants’ running…
Oct 29 (The Sports Xchange) - Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice will miss the remainder of the season with a torn ACL, according to multiple media reports. Rice was injured in the second quarter of Seattle's 14-9 win over the St. Louis Rams on Monday night. Through the first eight weeks of the season, Rice is the Seahawks' third-leading receiver with 231 yards. - - - NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder met Tuesday in New York, but according to reports Snyder has no plans to change the controversial name of the franchise. ...
The NFL trade deadline passed quietly Tuesday, with only one deal completed: Nose tackle Isaac Sopoaga was dealt from the Philadelphia Eagles to the New England Patriots.
The Kansas City Chiefs are on top of the Associated Press power poll.
New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese gave a clear vote of confident to coach Tom Coughlin on Tuesday, despite the team's 2-6 start.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- General manager Jerry Reese called Tom Coughlin an ''outstanding'' coach Tuesday despite a 2-6 record that puts the New York Giants in danger of missing the playoffs for the fourth time in five seasons.
COMMENTARY | The 2013 NFL trade deadline has come and gone, and dynamic wide receiver Josh Gordon remains with the Cleveland Browns.

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