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With NFL lockout looming, Browns likely to suffer worst of all

NFL Commisioner Roger Goodell will look to perform a miracle by avoiding a lockout at season's end.
NFL Commisioner Roger Goodell will look to perform a miracle by avoiding a lockout at season's end.
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  • john killion 4 years ago

    It would be a shame if football follows baseball in shutting down a season. Even though baseball took a while to recover I don't think football will. People love football because it is a violent sport,lots of injuries, concusions and hard hits. People just love that.. Even if their is a lock out I don't think it will last very long. There is just to many billions of dollars at stake. Cleveland's defense had success with the 3-4 last year and now we apparently will have to start all over. I'm more worried about finding a quality wide receiver and running back. All of that pounding will take a toll on Hillis and he could fold at any time. We here in Cleveland love "our" Browns and we can only hope for the best. I still think they should have made an offer to Cowher that he couldn't refuse. Then again he is probably as wealthy as he needs to be. Another so so coach and another season of heartache is in our forecast.

  • Anonymous 4 years ago

    Too much money involved in the business of football. If it happens, it won't carry on for a long period of time.

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