Ex-Browns receiver Reggie Rucker, who pleaded guilty to stealing more than $100K from his charities, promises to pay it back once he gets his part of a settlement with the NFL.
Rays utility man Steve Pearce has been receiving attention as the trade deadline looms, with the Indians reportedly among the interested teams.
The Cleveland Indians' deep farm system has reportedly caused selling teams to reach out to them in hopes of acquiring some of their prospects.
Hoolz and Dino chat with Cleveland.com's Dennis Manoloff about the Indians' recent struggles and what deals are out there for the Tribe at the trade deadline.
ESPN.com Browns writer Pat McManamon discusses the return of Josh Gordon and previews the start of Training Camp with Bruce and Dino.
Betsy P and Dale in Cleveland join Emmett in studio to discuss proper etiquette when messaging someone on Twitter or Instagram.
Six teams, including one "mystery team," have been mentioned in the mix for Jonathan Lucroy, ESPN's Jerry Crasnick reports.
Cody Allen open to changing roles
Allen, the Indians' closer for the last three years, says he's open to pitching in a different role if the team lands a big-name reliever before the deadline. "I'm totally fine with it," Allen said. "I have no reservations. We talked about a few different things just to make sure everyone is on the same page." Cleveland.com
Stephen Strasburg shut down Cleveland for seven innings and bounced back from his only loss this season, leading the Washington Nationals to a 4-1 win over the Indians on Wednesday.
Austin Ward joins The Really Big Show to talk Big Ten Media Days, Urban Meyer replacing 16 starters, and what to expect from J.T. Barrett.
Tony Grossi checks in with The Really Big Show to talk about what the Browns should do with Josh Gordon after his latest setback.
The assault case against Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott has been taken to the prosecutor's office and an investigation is underway.
In today's notes, Buster Olney checks in on the Indians and their trade-deadline plans, offers his thoughts on the Melvin Upton Jr. trade and more.
Indians' comeback ends dubious streak
Francisco Lindor's walk-off single topped an Indians' comeback over the Nationals in which Cleveland trailed 5-2 in the seventh inning. Entering Tuesday, the Tribe had lost each of their last 95 games when down by at least three runs in the seventh or later, the third-longest active streak of this type behind the Brewers (156 games) and D-backs (129), the Elias Sports Bureau notes.
Lineup: Indians (57-41) vs. Nationals (58-42)
- 1. Carlos Santana, 1B (S)
- 2. Jason Kipnis, 2B (L)
- 3. Francisco Lindor, SS (S)
- 4. Mike Napoli, DH (R)
- 5. Jose Ramirez, 3B (S)
- 6. Lonnie Chisenhall, RF (L)
- 7. Rajai Davis, LF (R)
- 8. Tyler Naquin, CF (L)
- 9. Chris Gimenez, C (R)
- SP: Carlos Carrasco, RHP Daily notes
The verbal commitment of Chase Young, the No. 4 DE in the ESPN 300, makes the Buckeyes' top-rated class even better.
Buster Olney chats with Paul Hoynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer about the Indians' strategy at the deadline and why they need to go "all-in" this season.
They say every AD has a list of coordinators they'd talk with should their coach leave or be fired. Well, here's the list of the 12 coaches who are most likely on those wish lists.
How much will the Browns tackle in Hue Jackson's first camp?
The QB and receiver hooked up for one mutually beneficial season in college, and now they're looking to resuscitate their NFL careers in Cleveland.
Urban Meyer, Mark Dantonio and Kirk Ferentz lead a parade of coaches and players who will take the stage on Day 2 of Big Ten media days.
Does anyone want to win the AL Cy Young? David Schoenfield isn't quite sure, as three of the top contenders floundered during Tuesday's action.