Cleveland Browns

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  • Dolphins-Jaguars Preview (The Associated Press)

    The Miami Dolphins' defense is among the best in the NFL, and now the offense is doing its part as the team looks to move over .500 for the first time this season. While the 'D' will be getting some additional help, quarterback Ryan Tannehill looks to continue his impressive play Sunday against the last-place Jacksonville Jaguars. The Dolphins were particularly impressive in Sunday's 27-14 win at Chicago, holding the Bears to 224 yards of offense - 52 rushing - and limiting Jay Cutler to a 74.4 rating and intercepting him once. "There are signs we are getting better," coach Joe Philbin said.

  • Roundtable: Week 8 RB Adds (Rotoworld)

    The Rotoworld staff breaks down this week's hot waiver adds at running back.

  • Woodley, Young expected to be placed on IR (The Associated Press)

    Oakland Raiders cornerback DJ Hayden could be activated from the physically unable to perform list in time for Sunday's game in Cleveland. Hayden completed his second week of practice Friday but has yet to be fully cleared to play. The 12th overall pick in 2013, Hayden underwent foot surgery in the offseason - his fourth operation since suffering a near-fatal heart injury in college. Raiders interim coach Tony Sparano has been encouraged by Hayden's progress and noted the biggest hurdle the second-year cornerback needs to clear is conditioning.

  • Silva's Week 8 Matchups (Rotoworld)

    Evan Silva breaks down every fantasy option in every Week 8 game.

  • Smash Mouth: Week 7 Recap (Rotoworld)

    Lance Zierlein goes in-depth to explore Andy Reid's evolution of the Kansas City running game.

  • D'Qwell Jackson key to Colts improving defense (The Associated Press)

    D'Qwell Jackson has seen the good and bad that comes with a long NFL career. The Colts are happy, too. Jackson might not have been the most coveted free agent on the market when Indy signed the former Cleveland Browns linebacker in the offseason, but his arrival has helped reinforce the team's run defense and point things in the right direction. The Colts plan to show the same grit this weekend at Pittsburgh.

  • Dose: Sanders Stars on TNF (Rotoworld)

    Jeff Brubach recaps Emmanuel Sanders' big night and breaks down other news and notes from around the NFL in Friday's Daily Dose.

  • Browns still not plugging holes in rushing defense (The Associated Press)

    Browns veteran linebacker Karlos Dansby doesn't need anyone to point out the surprising statistics about Cleveland's defense. The Browns have the worst rushing defense in the league, dead last among 32 teams. ''No excuses.'' Cleveland's defense is allowing 155.5 rushing yards per game and is on pace to have its worst run defense since 2000, when it gave up 156.6 per game. Back then, the Browns had a built-in excuse: they were in just the second year of their expansion era.