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2003 Browns Games Regular Season
Vegas Line: Browns + 4 Over/Under 43
The Browns played their worst game of the season and got beat in all phases of the game! The Rams come in in first place in their division with a 9-3 record and coming off a win over the Vikings last week. The Rams can clinch their division with a win over the Browns Monday night.
They're the No. 2-scoring team in the NFL and rely heavily on wideouts Torry Holt and Isaac Bruce in the passing game. The Rams defense is 16th (10th passing, 23rd rushing) and turnover differential is plus-3.
I look for the Browns to play them tough because being at home and in front of a National TV audience. Will they win? I don't think so but they should keep the game close but I sure wouldn't bet the Browns!
The Cleveland Browns announce the following players have been waived:
The Cleveland Browns placed the following player on Reserve-Physically Unable to Perform:
Butch Davis releases WR Kevin Johnson and RB William Green was suspended 4 games for alcohol abuse!1/15/03
Ex-Dallas assistant Pendergast will coach Browns' linebackers. Pendergast, 35, worked under Dave Campo in Dallas the last three seasons1/10/03
Keith Butler, the last remaining assistant coach from the Browns' expansion season of 1999, was fired as Butch Davis continued to remake his defensive staff.1/9/03
Defensive coordinator Foge Fazio retires and Davis dismissed defensive line coach Ray Hamilton. Fazio was replaced by ex-Dallas Cowboys head coach Dave Campo, a longtime associate of Davis.
Hamilton was replaced by Andre Patterson, who was Cowboys defensive tackles coach the past three years under Campo.
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.
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