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Topic - Jimmy Haslam
Barkevious Mingo couldn't catch his breath and didn't think much of it. Then, the rookie linebacker coughed up blood and realized he needed help.
The NFL is standing by Browns owner Jimmy Haslam.
Browns CEO Joe Banner says he can't envision a scenario in which owner Jimmy Haslam sells his NFL franchise.
The legal entanglement of Browns owner Jimmy Haslam is not tying up his NFL franchise, the team's top executive says.
Browns CEO Joe Banner said the ongoing federal investigation into owner Jimmy Haslam's truck-stop business has not hindered daily operations of his NFL franchise.
Jim Brown has come back to the team he helped lead to its last NFL championship.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says he met with Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam on Tuesday about the federal investigation into his family's truck stop chain.
The Browns' switch on defense started with Frostee Rucker being shifted out the door.
Michael Lombardi knows his return to the Browns was wildly unpopular with many Cleveland fans.
The Browns have always been a part of Rob Chudzinski's life. Now, he's the man in charge.
The Browns hauled their coaching search to Arizona and back. They talked to high-profile college coaches, NFL assistants and a fired pro coach who took a team to a Super Bowl.
Rob Chudzinski's first head coaching job will be with the team he loved as a kid.
The Browns are taking a second look at former Arizona coach Ken Whisenhunt, who could rejoin Cleveland following a stint as an assistant 14 years ago.
Chip Kelly wouldn't jump. So the Browns bailed.
The Browns figured they could close a deal with Chip Kelly over dinner.
"It really hasn't affected us at all," he said.
"I understand why that doesn't give everybody total peace of mind," he said.