Potential #Browns Candidates:

RB: Michael Turner
FB: Lawrence Vickers
WR: Brandon Lloyd
WR: Laurent Robinson
WR: Deion Branch
FS: Larry Asante

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#Browns cut down to 53

The #Browns got their roster down to 53 men. However, the waiver wire will light up. There are quite a few unsecured spots up for grabs. No man who made the 53 should feel safe. The #Browns need to go after a WR, CB, S, and most importantly find a potential backup to Trent Richardson (Hey, Michael Turner!). They cut Shayne Graham and Brandon Bogatay. So they also need a kicker. This is getting strange.

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#Browns Cut TE Gronkowski

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The NFL Waiver Wire Explained.

The Waiver Wire works like this:

  • Team A signs Player X to a contract
  • Player X makes the roster and is on the team during the regular season
  • Team A decides it no longer wants Plaer X on its roster
  • Team A terminates the players contract, releasing him from his duties
  • Before Player X becomes a free agent, he hits the Waiver Wire
  • When his name goes on the waiver wire, every team in the NFL has the option to pick up the players original contract (the one Player X originally signed with Team A)
  • The Waiver Wire is like the NFL Draft in that teams with the worst records get first crack at the players who have been released
  • Once a team passes on the player then they cannot go back and claim him
  • If no team signs the player, then he becomes an unrestrictd free agent. 

The Browns have up to 5+ slots open for waiver possibilities. They need to come to an injury settlement with Montario Hardesty RB and essentially cut him. Today will be interesting to say the least.

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Welcome

We’ll be posting information on the Browns as it becomes available. Welcome to the regular season for the 2013-2014 NFL season. The Browns kickoff vs. Miami at home on September 8, 2013 at 1pm.

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