Breakfast with Brownie

Good Morning Browns Fans and Happy Hump Day!!!!

So the big news coming out of Berea yesterday, was the signing of former Chicago Bears quarterback Caleb Hanie.

Dec 1, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns quarterback Alex Tanney (7) warms up before the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Dec 1, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns quarterback Alex Tanney (7) warms up before the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

With Brandon Weeden out with a concussion, and Jason Campbell’s status still up in the air, the Browns front office felt it was necessary to bring in another guy in case Weeden or Campbell can’t go in New England on Sunday.  Look for newly signed Alex Tanney and Caleb Hanie to compete for the starting job next Sunday if those two can’t suit up.

Browns cornerback Joe Haden sat down with 92.3′s the Bull and Fox, and talked about everything from him going against the best wide receivers in the league to quarterback Tim Tebow, and lastly, if he wants to end his career in Cleveland.  When Haden was asked bluntly if he would like Tim Tebow on the Browns, he praised Tebow for being a great guy, a nice guy, who he spent three years with at Florida.  With that being said, he wouldn’t want Tebow on the Browns, and alluded to the fact he doesn’t believe he is an NFL caliber quarterback.

In regards to finishing his career with the Cleveland Browns, Haden said he absolutely wants to finish his career in the place it started and talked about being a part of building the program into a winner.  Haden said he has spoken to safety T.J. Ward, and they want to say they were here when the cupboard was bare, and losing repeatedly,  to being a part of the success that they believe is inevitably coming if the core group stays together.

Well let’s hope the winning starts soon, because Directv should be paying me for the Sunday Ticket subscription at this point!!!!

 

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Browns cornerback Joe Haden on the Bull and Fox show when asked if he wanted to finish his career with the Cleveland Browns.  ”I would love to here my whole career, we can have something special.”

 

Browns coach Rob Chudzinski if there is a curse or some sort of mystery about why the Browns just cannot win on a consistent basis.  “There’s no mystery, there’s not a curse, it’s not a matter of bad luck,” Chudzinski said. “There’s tangible reasons why we lost that game. We made critical mistakes and breakdowns that we can control as coaches and as players.”

 

Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound

 

>Some more excerpts from the Joe Haden interview on the Bull and the Fox, courtesy of Keith Britton’s twitter.

 

>In case any of you missed this yesterday, it was too good to not add into this segment again today.  Enjoy!!!

 

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Topics: Caleb Hanie, Cleveland Browns, Joe Haden

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  • Letterman007

    I have to agree with you on the Directv Sunday Ticket thing as I too have the same problem. I also think Hayden is correct, this team is turning the corner if the right picks are made. One problem, we lost a QB in the draft yesterday as Marcus Mariota decided to return to school next year. How many more will do the same? It could really thin out the talent pool for the Browns !!

    • Sam Gold

      Damn…

      • Letterman007

        Mettenberger should be ok depending on how bad the he tore it and if he gets it fixed right away. He’s not a running back and not really a running QB. He may miss training camp, and the first few games in regular season?. Lets see how fast he heals . But you are correct if one or two more decide to stay in school. next year (2015) will be better for QB’s. If you are a Browns fan, that stinks !!!

  • Mike

    It’s like how many years are we gonna shell out hundreds of dollars for the same bad product. Let’s hope they are turning the corner and this draft will put them over the top and into competitiveness…I’m still wanting them to draft Derek Carr!! Only problem is will he be there if the Browns don’t lose out and lose valuable draft picks?!?!