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  1. Browns' roster rundown: Secondary

    Pat McManamon

    Defensive backs Then: Joe Haden, Buster Skrine, T.J. Ward, Tashaun Gipson, Leon McFadden, Jordan Poyer, Julian Posey, Johnson Bademosi, Josh Aubrey (injured) Now: Haden, Justin Gilbert, Skrine, Pierre Desir, McFadden, Poyer, Isaiah Trufant, Don...

    Blog | July 02, 2014
  2. The 22 starters from post-1999 drafts

    Pat McManamon

    In the final in a series of post-1999 draft assessments, we present a starting 22 for the Cleveland Browns from players taken in the draft since the team returned in '99 (which is actually a starting 23 because there were three-four and four-three de...

    Blog | June 30, 2014
  3. Draft position needs: Secondary

    Pat McManamon

    Lost: S T.J. Ward Added: S Donte Whitner, FA from San Francisco, CB Isaiah Trufant Extra points: Buster Skrine remains the starter opposite Joe Haden at corner, and that's not necessarily a bad thing given Skrine's growth last season. But coach...

    Blog | May 01, 2014
  4. Browns have one major position to address

    Pat McManamon

    And then there was one. The Cleveland Browns' busy offseason leaves them having addressed the possible loss of Alex Mack (he stayed) and the departures of T.J. Ward and D'Qwell Jackson (Donte Whitner and Karlos Dansby). They added a running back (...

    Blog | April 15, 2014
  5. Whitner returns home, joins Browns

    Pat McManamon

    From the Boss to The Hit Man. Or something like that. The Cleveland Browns chose not to sign T.J. Ward before he hit the free-agent market, then agreed to terms with Donte Whitner to replace him. Both are high-impact hitters known more for physic...

    Blog | March 11, 2014
  6. Browns must match spending with need

    Pat McManamon

    Jairus Byrd wants a contract worth $9 million per season. That's the word from ESPN.com's Miami Dolphins writer James Walker, a gentleman who once covered the Cleveland Browns for the Columbus Dispatch. At that salary, $9 million per season wou...

    Blog | March 11, 2014
  7. Free-agency primer: Browns

    Pat McManamon

    Key free agents: C Alex Mack (transition), S T.J. Ward, G Shawn Lauvao Where they stand: The Cleveland Browns have a ton of salary-cap space and a ton of needs. The team hopes the transition tag keeps suitors from signing Mack, but they could have...

    Blog | March 07, 2014
  8. T.J. Ward's agent addresses his situation

    Pat McManamon

    Safety T.J. Ward could become a free agent on March 11, but the Browns have tried to keep him in Cleveland. The team, though, chose to apply the transition tag to center Alex Mack and not make Ward the franchise or transition player. That means Wa...

    Blog | March 05, 2014
  9. Browns confident they'll keep Mack

    Pat McManamon

    The Cleveland Browns made an interesting decision Monday that they feel will keep center Alex Mack with the team. The Browns declined to make Mack their franchise player and instead made him the transition player. That means the Browns can match a...

    Blog | March 03, 2014
  10. If Pro Bowl safety goes, could other arrive?

    Pat McManamon

    Would you trade T.J. Ward for Jairus Byrd? One Pro Bowl safety for another? In essence, that may happen as the confluence of several forces may have Ward leaving the Cleveland Browns as a free agent and Byrd becoming a free agent and joining th...

    Blog | March 03, 2014
  11. Browns will have plenty of salary-cap space

    Pat McManamon

    If the Cleveland Browns are not active in free agency, it won't be because they lack the ability. The NFL's salary cap for 2014 is $133 million. Heading into Monday, the Browns are $52.2 million under the cap, a figure that will be fluid depend...

    Blog | March 03, 2014
  12. Browns MailBag: Franchise deadline looms

    Pat McManamon

    With time running out before the deadline to use the franchise tag, the Browns still have Alex Mack and T.J. Ward unsigned. Monday is the day when the Browns must either sign one or both to a long-term deal, or to place the tag on them. As the ...

    Blog | March 01, 2014
  13. Franchise/transition tags: Browns

    Pat McManamon

    Franchise-tag possibilities: center Alex Mack, safety T.J. Ward Transition-tag possibilities: none Player most likely to be franchised: Ward Likelihood: 75 percent Mack and Ward have both been productive starters for the Browns since they...

    Blog | February 17, 2014
  14. What might change under Ray Farmer

    Pat McManamon

    Ray Farmer has never been a general manager before, so forecasting what he may or may not do with the Cleveland Browns is guesswork. That being said, he did give some hints when he talked on Tuesday. Here's an educated rundown on some possible app...

    Blog | February 14, 2014
  15. Browns position outlook: Safety

    Pat McManamon

    2014 free agents: T.J. Ward will be an unrestricted free agent. The good: Ward and Tashaun Gipson played pretty well. Ward went to the Pro Bowl, and at one point of the season former defensive coordinator Ray Horton said Gipson was the team's defe...

    Blog | January 31, 2014
  16. Adams could show the way for Mack, Ward

    Pat McManamon

    When pondering center Alex Mack's and safety T.J. Ward's futures, it's probably important to remember Mike Adams' foray into free agency. Adams is a former Cleveland Browns safety now starting for the Denver Broncos and will play in the Super Bowl...

    Blog | January 30, 2014