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The NFL and the players union made "some progress" during a meeting Monday, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press.
The fallout for NFL coaches only began with the recent firings of Wade Phillips in Dallas and Brad Childress in Minnesota.
When Browns coach Eric Mangini, with a generous dip of chewing tobacco ballooning his lower lip, looks across the field at the New York Jets' sideline this Sunday, he'll see his past _ what was, and what might have been.
Growing up watching Brett Favre, Jay Cutler never envisioned they would be rivals.
When Cleveland Browns owner Art Modell fired legendary coach Paul Brown in 1963, little Condoleezza Rice, growing up in the segregated South, threw a fit.
Steelers one week. Super Bowl champs the next.
The Cleveland Browns have new team colors: bruised and orange.
The last place most people expected to find the San Francisco 49ers through three weeks of the season was last place.
Jim Brown's controversial absence didn't tarnish another memorable day for Cleveland's other football giants.