Cleveland Browns

Stadium: FirstEnergy Stadium | Coach: Mike Pettine
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense17th86.4 (26th)252.5 (9th)
Defense9th111.3 (15th)221.1 (9th)
2014 Draft
Rnd#PlayerPos.School
18Justin GilbertCBOKLAST
122Johnny ManzielQBTXAM
235Joel BitonioOGNEVADA
371Christian KirkseyOLBIOWA
394Terrance WestRBTWST
4127Pierre DesirCBLINDWD

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Standings

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W-L-T
Overall
W-L-T
Cincinnati8-4-011-5-0
Pittsburgh6-6-08-8-0
Baltimore6-6-08-8-0
Cleveland3-9-04-12-0
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Jim Leonhard joins Browns
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Former Bills safety Jim Leonhard tweeted that he signed with the Browns. Leonhard played for coach Mike Pettine last year in Buffalo, making 41 tackles and four interceptions.

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Browns ink Ryan Lee
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

The Browns announced they've signed 25-year-old offensive lineman Ryan Lee. The 6-3, 308-pounder was most recently with the Rams.

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Josh Gordon practicing 'as if he expects to lose his appeal'
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Browns receiver Josh Gordon "has looked at times in practice as if he expects to lose his appeal of his yearlong suspension," reports ESPN.com. Gordon is not working strictly with the starters, the website said, "and he has loafed through some routes."

Gordon has a reputation for not going full speed in practice, and that's been especially true in this camp. "He has given up on routes; he has not extended himself; and he has let passes go through his hands," the website said.

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NFL issues warning on Josh Gordon's appeal
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

With Browns receiver Josh Gordon reportedly set to argue that secondhand smoke caused his failed marijuana test, the NFL sent an email to ESPN.com on Wednesday suggesting that argument might not fly.

"A cornerstone of both of our drug testing programs has always been that you are responsible for what is in your body," Greg Aiello, NFL senior vice president of communications, wrote to the website. "It is stated that way in the policies."

No player has won an appeal based on secondhand smoke, the report said.

Gordon's appeal is Friday. If he loses, he could be suspended for the entire season.

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Report: Josh Gordon arguing second-hand smoke as defense
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

In his appeal hearing Friday, Browns receiver Josh Gordon will argue that his failed drug test resulted from second-hand smoke, reports ESPN.com. As it is, Gordon's failed test came out at 16 nanograms per milliliter, just one nanogram above the NFL threshold of 15 nanograms per milliliter, according to Pro Football Talk.

Gordon has hired the same attorney, Maurice Suh, who got Seahawks corner Richard Sherman's four-game suspension reduced to nothing. Gordon is facing a potential one-year suspension if he's not successful Friday.

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