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Browns coach confident Deshaun Watson will be 'ready to roll' after season-ending shoulder surgery

Browns coach confident Deshaun Watson will be 'ready to roll' after season-ending shoulder surgery

BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Deshaun Watson's first two seasons with the Browns have been short, underwhelming and incomplete.
While expectations haven't been met, they haven't changed.
Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said he's still confident Watson will bounce back from a shoulder injury that limited him this season and become th ... (full story)


Browns GM says he would 'absolutely love' to re-sign Flacco, even as Watson's backup

Browns GM says he would 'absolutely love' to re-sign Flacco, even as Watson's backup

BEREA (AP) — Joe Flacco's short, surprising stint with the Browns could lead to a second season in Cleveland — maybe as Deshaun Watson's backup.
General manager Andrew Berry said Monday that he would "absolutely love" to re-sign the 39-year-old Flacco, who went 4-1 as a starter and helped the Browns make th ... (full story)


US women's professional volleyball void is filled, and possibly overflowing, with 3 upstart leagues

US women's professional volleyball void is filled, and possibly overflowing, with 3 upstart leagues

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Volleyball has been the No. 1 sport in girls participation in the United States for almost a decade.
More than 90,000 fans showed up for an outdoor match in Nebraska's football stadium last summer, and the NCAA semifinal and championship matches set attendance and television viewership records.
The n ... (full story)


Limbs fall asleep

Ever had an appendage go numb and lifeless while napping, sitting or standing?
Shoot, we’ve all experienced this “falling asleep” phenomenon countless times throughout our lives.
Matter of fact it’s such a common event that we rarely give it a second thought.
Yet despite the lion’s share ... (full story)


The practice squad used to carry a stigma as a place for players on the NFL fringe. Not anymore

The practice squad used to carry a stigma as a place for players on the NFL fringe. Not anymore

When Eric Rowe's phone buzzed on cut day in late August, the veteran safety wasn't exactly sure why.
The answer came as a shock.
The Carolina Panthers, who signed Rowe to a one-year deal last April to help a team eyeing a reboot under rookie quarterback Bryce Young, wanted to waive Rowe and put him on the practice squad if h ... (full story)