Posts Tagged ‘Peyton Hillis’

Kansas City Comes to Terms with Free Agent RB Peyton Hillis

The Kansas City Chiefs have added a big back to complement Jammal Charles, as today the team agreed to terms with Madden 12 cover boy Peyton Hillis. The former Browns RB is reunited with former Browns offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, who has that job with the Chiefs. It was back in 2010 under Daboll that […]

At the Right Price, Philadelphia Should Ink Free Agent RB Peyton Hillis

After a season with the Cleveland Browns that was headlined with questionable injuries and contract negotiations, running back Peyton Hillis has become a free agent. The hard-nosed rusher exploded onto the scene in 2010 with the Browns, but Hillis failed to deliver in 2011, could be leaving Cleveland via free agency. The Browns elected not to use […]

Cleveland Browns RB Peyton Hillis Fires His Agent

The saga continues today as Browns RB Peyton Hillis has decided to fire his agent. The move happens about two weeks before the start of free agency, which is set to kick off March 13th. Josina Anderson tweeted that Hillis and Kennard McGuire have parted ways. I hope this means Hillis wants to accept the […]

Report States Browns and Hillis Have Come to Terms on a Deal

If there’s one player that you would think wouldn’t sign before the start of free agency, it’s Browns running back Peyton Hillis. The Browns and Hillis had a very rocky road in 2011, with injuries, rumors of tanking it, and a staph infection that started the ball rolling in week three. While I would take […]

Browns Blunders Lead to 20-14 Loss to Ravens in Baltimore

Cleveland Browns Head Coach Pat Shurmur, may have secured the ‘Least Likely to Succeed as an NFL Head Coach’ Award today – before halftime. Immediately following the Browns – Ravens fiasco today, I flipped it to the Arizona and Cincinnati game just in time to watch Early Doucet fall flat on his rear as he […]

Pittsburgh Pounds Cleveland In Hard Hitting Affair 14-3

The Steelers and Browns battled in a hard hitting affair in the Steel City on Thursday night, and Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger was knocked out, and later in the game, Colt McCoy also took a seat after a big hit. Pittsburgh got the 14-3 win to move to 10-3 on the year, dropping the Browns […]

Browns Gab Previews Sunday’s “Battle of Ohio” Part Two

Prelude to a Nightmare Following the first few weeks after Cleveland’s week one loss to the Bengals, I considered the game a fluke. The Bengals needed a quick-snap touchdown pass from Andy Dalton to A.J. Green with less than five minutes to go in the fourth quarter to take their first lead of the game. […]

Looking Ahead: A Critical Off-Season In Cleveland, Part 1

As the Browns approach the final stretch of the 2011 NFL season, they also approach one of the toughest remaining schedules in the entire league, starting with this week’s match-up on the road against the Cincinnati Bengals. From there they get the Ravens at home, followed by the Steelers, Cardinals, and Ravens – all on […]