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Postby Double Play Ball » Fri Dec 01, 2006 4:05 pm

as if their record, coaching and Edwards, and Winslow's mouths.

Browns center LeCharles Bentley, currently on injured reserve, may need more surgery on his left patellar tendon.
Another procedure would almost certainly cost him all of next season because patellar tendon surgeries takes a full year to recover from. Bentley also caught a staph infection in October. Since signing a $36 million contract in March, Bentley has yet to play a down as a Brown.

- Cleveland Mourning Journal

Browns CB Daylon McCutcheon (injured reserve, knee) underwent microfracture surgery a month ago, GM Phil Savage said Thursday.
Nearing age 30, there's a good chance McCutcheon's career is over and a better one that he won't be back in Cleveland next season. The Browns have developed originally unheralded youngsters Jereme Perry, Daven Holly, and obviously Leigh Bodden into quality performers.

- Cleveland Morning Journal
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Postby Stejay » Thu Feb 22, 2007 6:34 am

2 massive blows man
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Re: More bad news for the Brownies

Postby Kilroy » Sat Feb 24, 2007 2:15 am

Double Play Ball wrote:as if their record, coaching and Edwards, and Winslow's mouths.

Browns center LeCharles Bentley, currently on injured reserve, may need more surgery on his left patellar tendon.
Another procedure would almost certainly cost him all of next season because patellar tendon surgeries takes a full year to recover from. Bentley also caught a staph infection in October. Since signing a $36 million contract in March, Bentley has yet to play a down as a Brown.

- Cleveland Mourning Journal

Browns CB Daylon McCutcheon (injured reserve, knee) underwent microfracture surgery a month ago, GM Phil Savage said Thursday.
Nearing age 30, there's a good chance McCutcheon's career is over and a better one that he won't be back in Cleveland next season. The Browns have developed originally unheralded youngsters Jereme Perry, Daven Holly, and obviously Leigh Bodden into quality performers.

- Cleveland Morning Journal


McCutcheon's not that big a deal, in that we haven't had him in forever, so what we do we lose?

Gonna need to address the secondary though.
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