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Browns’ Terrelle Pryor: ‘love being with the Browns’

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The Cleveland Browns may have a tough time attracting big ticket free agents to their team to participate in their extensive, ongoing and drawn out rebuilding process but their wide receiver sure loves the idea of staying with the organization.

Terrelle Pryor told Cleveland.com that he wants to stay with the Browns for the long-term.

“I know this is an important month,” Pryor said. “But I do love being with the Browns and like I said before, this thing isn’t about joining a different team because a different team’s good.

“That’s not what it’s about. I love the building process here. I started out in my career never coming in the front door. I’ve always got to go in the back.”

Cleveland.com reported that the Browns are planning to sit down and start contract negotiations with Pryor soon. Cleveland is expected to take a similarly aggressive approach with Pryor’s negotiations as they did when they signed Jamie Collins to a four-year, $50 million contract.

So how much should Pryor expect to get in his next contract? According to Sportrac, Pryor’s projected value/contract is around four years and roughly $36 million. Cleveland has plenty of cap space to work with and Pryor was one of their big playmakers last season, his first as a wide receiver.

The Browns will likely re-sign Pryor, who registered 77 receptions for 1,007 yards and four touchdowns last season, showing that they intend to keep their own players during this rebuild process.

Anthony DiMoro is the creator of Sports Rants and the CEO of Elite Rank Media and DiMoro Enterprises LLC. He is a former Contributor for Forbes and the Huffington Post where he covered sports, social media, and SEO. Anthony hosts the Anthony DiMoro Show podcast, and formerly hosted the 'Forbes SportsMoney Podcast'.

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Thursday Night Football Preview

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Photo: © Dean Bertoncelj | Dreamstime

For several decades, the New York Jets and the Cleveland Browns have been the laughing stock of the National Football League.

Down in New York, the Jets have struggled to find their new starting quarterback. They’ve tried quarterbacks like Mark Sanchez, Geno Smith and Chad Pennington to become the next Joe Namath. But, all they had was heartbreak. Now, entering week three in 2018, they are 1-1 with Sam Darnold at the helm. Can they go 2-1?

Over in Cleveland, Ohio, all Cleveland rooted for were Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Cleveland Indians. Since they returned in 1999, they’ve been through more quarterbacks then when someone changes socks. But, with a veteran quarterback leading the way and one waiting in the background, Cleveland is looking to be the top dawgz!

After almost winning in week 1 and losing by 3 in week 2, I feel like Cleveland Browns will finally win a game.

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Josh Gordon Released by Browns

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In 2012, in the second round of the Supplemental Draft, the Cleveland Browns selected Josh Gordon, wide receiver out of Baylor University.

When the Cleveland Browns drafted Josh Gordon in 2012, the knew he was a talented wide receiver. Since coming into the league, he has totaled over 3,000 yards. However, the problem for Josh is staying on the field and away from trouble.

Gordon’s troubles in the NFL began in 2014 when he was first was suspended a DWI in North Carolina. He returned from a year-long suspension this season and the Browns even activated him on to the 53-man roster. on September 15, 2018, the Cleveland Browns released Josh Gordon

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network appeared on “Good Morning Football: Weekend” to give a reason why he was released. In short, it was because they just couldn’t trust him.

The Cleveland Browns go to New Orleans to face the Saints this afternoon. Stay tuned with Sports Rants with the latest NFL news.

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Browns’ Mychal Kendricks Charged with Insider Trading

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Cleveland Browns linebacker Mychal Kendricks has been charged with insider trading, with an official announcement from U.S. Attorney William McSwain coming on Tuesday detailing the charges.

Kendricks released a statement shortly after the announcement saying he accepts “full responsibility for my actions” and that he “knew it was wrong.”

“I would like to apologize,” Kendricks said in a statement released by his attorneys.

“Four years ago, I participated in insider trading, and I deeply regret it. I invested money with a former friend of mine who I thought I could trust and who I greatly admired. His background as a Harvard graduate and an employee of Goldman Sachs gave me a false sense of confidence.

“To this point, I had worked my tail off since I was 5 years old to become a football player. I was drawn in by the allure of being more than just a football player. While I didn’t fully understand all of the details of the illegal trades, I knew it was wrong, and I wholeheartedly regret my actions.”

McSwain said both Kendricks and Damilare Sonoiki, a television writer who has been charged with assisting Kendricks, face “substantial prison time” if convicted.

“I sincerely apologize to my coaches, the owners, and my teammates on the Eagles and the Browns, the NFL, and the magnificent fans to whom I owe my career,” Kendricks said in the statement. “I also apologize to my family, who I have failed in this. You all deserve better, and I will work my hardest to re-earn your trust and respect, serve as an advocate to educate others, and show you that I will never be involved in anything like this again.”

Kendricks allegedly made a profit of nearly $1.2 million via four separate investments tied to insider trading around four years ago.

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