The Browns' calculated timetable for DeShone Kizer won't be rushed for the season opener.
Trevor Bauer pitched 6 1/3 innings as the Cleveland Indians beat the Kansas City Royals 5-0 on Saturday night.
Corey Kluber put together another Cy Young-worthy performance before leaving with a sprained right ankle Friday night, and Jay Bruce homered twice to help the Cleveland Indians rout the Kansas City Royals 10-1 in the opener of their three-game series.
After Serena Williams mimicked LeBron's famous chalk toss, King James offered some kind words to the tennis great on Instagram.
Cleveland Indians left-handed reliever Andrew Miller, who has been out since Aug. 2 with right knee patellar tendinitis, has been activated from the disabled list.
Franklin inks deal to make big bucks
James Franklin's extension places him among the five highest-paid coaches in college football, along with Alabama's Nick Saban, Michigan's Jim Harbaugh, Ohio State's Urban Meyer and Florida State's Jimbo Fisher.
MLB.com's Anthony Castrovince talks about Corey Kluber and some important stats of his last few starts. He also talks about where Kluber may end up after his career.
The Next Level discuss Hue Jackson's prepared statement after his comments about Browns players potentially protesting the National Anthem.
Racking up MVP honors
In the past 16 years, the NBA has given out back-to-back MVP awards on five different occasions, with Stephen Curry being the most recent back-to-back winner. Will Russell Westbrook be able to duplicate his 2016-17 success and earn the award for a second straight season?
A long-lost and priceless artifact from Cleveland Browns history has been found. All it took was for Duke Johnson to dig through his backpack.
Another MVP award for Russ?
The top-four MVP candidates from a season ago also have a strong chance of winning the award in 2017-18, according to the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook. Former teammates Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant have the highest odds to take home the honor.
Myles Garrett and Jabrill Peppers are part of a Browns' defense that is full of potential studs. But they still have a serious question mark at quarterback.
The Browns likely will have a new starting quarterback when the season begins. He'll be No. 27 since 1999, and the 10th since 2013.
Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer
The Boston Celtics announced Friday that they will retire Paul Pierce's No. 34 after a game against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Feb. 11, 2018. Pierce's 34 will be the 22nd number retired by the Celtics and first since Cedric Maxwell's No. 31 was retired in December 2003.
Browns QB Brock Osweiler joins Rizz and Hammer to discuss his trade to Cleveland and the competition in training camp.
10 starts for DeShone Kizer? 61 receptions for Corey Coleman? Pat McManamon makes his predictions on Browns over/unders.
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The Browns got some tough news on the injury front, with the biggest issue being Danny Shelton potentially missing six weeks with a knee problem.
This 53-man group chosen from across the league fits beneath the $167 million salary cap. Kicker Zane Gonzalez made the first team.
Max Kepler made up for a fielding mistake in the top of the inning with the go-ahead home run in the bottom of the seventh, sending the Minnesota Twins to a 4-2 win over Cleveland in the second game on Thursday night to salvage a doubleheader split.