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         2004 Preseason
  • Saturday, August 14
  • At Tennessee Titans WKYC-TV 8:00PM
  • Friday, August 21
  • Detroit Lions WKYC-TV 4:30PM
  • Saturday, August 28
  • At Kansas City WKYC-TV 8:00PM
  • Friday, September 3
  • Chicago Bears WKYC-TV 8:00PM

2004 Browns Games Regular Season

  • Sunday, September 12
    Baltimore Ravens CBS 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, September 19
    @ Dallas Cowboys CBS 4:15 PM
  • Sunday, September 26
    @ New York Giants CBS 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, October 3
    Washington Redskins Fox 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, October 10
    @ Pittsburgh Steelers CBS 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, October 17
    Cincinnati Bengals CBS 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, October 24
    Philadelphia Eagles Fox 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, October 31
    Bye Week!
  • Sunday, November 7
    @ Baltimore Ravens ESPN 8:30 PM
  • Sunday, November 14
    Pittsburgh Steelers CBS 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, November 21
    New York Jets CBS 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, November 28
    @ Cincinnati Bengals CBS 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, December 5
    New England Patriots CBS 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, December 12
    @ Buffalo Bills CBS 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, December 19
    San Diego Chargers CBS 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, December 26
    @ Miami Dolphins ESPN 8:30 PM
  • Sunday, January 2
    @ Houston Texans CBS 1:00 PM


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Vegas Line: Browns      Over/Under

2002 Standings
Team Win  Loss
Pittsburgh 11.5 6.5
Cleveland 9 8
Baltimore 7 9
Bengals 2 14

2004 News

Policy To Leave After 2004 Season because of a rift between Coach Butch Davis! John Collins, currently the NFL’s Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales, will become the new President and CEO of the Cleveland Browns on May 1, 2004.

The biggest signing so far in free agency by the Browns as been 34 year old QB Jeff Garcia, who was released from San Francisco. Other signing for the Browns have been a four-year contract to FB Terrelle Smith, who is widely considered one of the league’s best lead blockers, a three-year contract with DE Ebenezer Ekuban, two-year contract with DL Michael Myers and a two-year extension with WR Frisman Jackson.

The Browns have agreed to terms on a three-year contract with free agent OL Kelvin Garmon, the team announced today. Garmon (6-foot-2, 350) is expected to man one of the team's two starting guard spots.

Players Browns have lost so far: P Chris Gardocki to the Steelers, G Tim O'Hara to the Giants, OT Barry Stokes to the Giants, CB Lewis Sanders to the Jaguars, RB Jamel White to Tampa Bay.

Players that are in limbo at the moment with the Browns are QB Tim Couch and WR. Dennis Northcutt. The Browns would like to work either a trade or a deal to move up in the draft with either or both players.

Bob Gain, Dick Schafrath and Hanford Dixon will join 2003 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Joe DeLamielleure as the newest members of the Cleveland Browns Legends presented by Pepsi at the Browns' home game against the Chargers on October 19th.

Ron Wolf resigned as a part-time personnel consultant to the Cleveland Browns, less than three months after being hired by the club.

Butch Davis said the club has redone the contracts of defensive end Courtney Brown, defensive tackle Gerard Warren, offensive tackle Ross Verba and safety Robert Griffith

Browns signed free agent linebacker Warrick Holdman. The 6-foot-1, 234-pounder's career has been slowed by knee injuries. He had his best season in 2001 when he had 145 tackles and 1˝ sacks.



Alfred Lerner 1933-2002: The Temple-Tifereth Israel in University Circle Friday was filled with more than 2,000 of Lerner's friends and colleagues from all walks of life, including business, medicine, sports and politics.

Mourners included NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue, U.S. Sens. Mike DeWine and George Voinovich, Gov. Bob Taft, Cleveland Mayor Jane Campbell, former FBI director Louis Freeh and Gen. James L. Jones, commandant of the Marine Corps.

The entire Browns football team and its coach, Butch Davis, arrived in three touring buses.

There were also a half-dozen NFL owners, former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar, Hall of Fame tight end Ozzie Newsome, local business leaders such as Albert Ratner and Mal Mixon, and Indians owner Larry Dolan.


Past News and Drafts

News of 2003 & Game results
Playoffs Results Pittsburgh Steelers
2002 News & Game Results

News of 2001 & Game results
2000 News & Game Results

Un-Drafted College players signed by the Browns 2001



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