Cleveland Browns

Stadium: FirstEnergy Stadium | Coach: Mike Pettine
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense23rd108.0 (17th)216.6 (20th)
Defense23rd141.6 (32nd)224.5 (8th)
2015 Draft
112Danny SheltonDTWASH
119Cameron ErvingCFSU
251Nate OrchardDEUTAH
377Duke JohnsonRBMIAMI
396Xavier CooperDTWASHST
4115Ibraheim CampbellSSNWEST
4123Vince MayleWRWASHST
6189Charles GainesCBLVILLE
6195Malcolm JohnsonFBMISSST
6198Randall TelferTEUSC
7219Hayes PullardILBUSC
7241Ifo Ekpre-OlomuCBOREG


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Browns OL Michael Bowie itching to compete for starting spot
by Marty Gitlin |

Browns offensive lineman Michael Bowie is not required to report to training camp until the end of July. But never mind that - he's heading out after the last Independence Day firework explodes in the sky.

Bowie is itching to get started. He missed all of last season due to a shoulder injury after starting for Seattle on its Super Bowl title team in 2013. He is seeking to stay in tip-top shape in an attempt to land a starting spot on a Cleveland line that is the strength of the team.

"It's up to them to decide who is the best five," Bowie told the team website. "All I can do is take care of my business. Hopefully I can get a shot. That's what I'm working for."

Bowie participated fully in the offseason program, working mostly with the second team at right tackle. That will likely be the spot at which he competes for a starting job. Incumbent Mitchell Schwartz has not performed particularly well there and Mike Pettine has vowed there will be competition all over the field in camp.

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Terrelle Pryor ready to embrace new role with Browns
by Marty Gitlin |

Terrelle Pryor once declared that he could not play football if he could not play quarterback.

Reality has since set in.

Pryor has been cut twice and is now playing on a Cleveland Browns team desperate for a quarterback, but apparently not desperate enough to give him a shot. He is instead embracing what he is calling a "slash-player" role.

"I'm going to give (it) a chance," he told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. "I just want to play football. I'm a playmaker, and I believe if I can touch the ball, I can go to the house, especially if I have space. This should definitely open up some opportunities."

Pryor has already taken the first step by contacting Steelers receiving stud Antonio Brown and making plans to work out with him and Randy Moss so they can teach him the nuances of the position.

He also figures there's another reason he's ahead of the game.

"The thing that helps me is that I played quarterback, and I know what the quarterback wants," Pryor said.

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Browns' Cameron Erving gets high praise from top pick Winston
by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

Browns rookie offensive lineman Cameron Erving has a lot of potential. The team recognized that and selected him with the 19th pick in this year's draft, but he's also receiving high praise from another first-round pick, per the team website.

Erving, who played at Florida State, is highly touted by former teammate and top-overall pick Jameis Winston.

“Not only was he my center, but he was my blindside as well,” said Winston at the NFC Rookie Symposium Play 60 event in Berea. “He’s a great player. He works hard. He is very excited to be (in Cleveland). I was FaceTiming the other day. He’s such a great person. I thank God every day he was protecting me at Florida State.

“Cam’s just a versatile player. He wanted to be able to show all of his talents. I think he played a big role, we had some young guys step up and he played a big role (in their development).”

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Browns rookie OL Cameron Erving: I'll be fine for training camp
by Marty Gitlin |

Browns rookie offensive lineman Cameron Erving has claimed that the undisclosed injury he sustained during minicamp was minor and that he will be fine once training camp begins, per the Northeast Ohio Media Group.

Erving was the 19th overall selection in the 2015 draft and should slot in as a starter on the Cleveland line this season.

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Browns awarded Terrelle Pryor on waivers
by Shawn Krest |

The Browns were awarded Terrelle Pryor on waivers, Monday. 

Pryor, who was released by Cincinnati last week after failing to make the team as a quarterback, is moving to wide receiver. 

To make room for Pryor, the Browns cut DB Landon Feichter

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