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2008 SCHEDULE
PRESEASON
Date Opponent Time/Result
Cleveland Browns (4-8) vs. Tennessee Titans (11-1)
DATE: December 7, 2008 SITE: LP Field Thur., Aug. 7 New York Jets L, 20-24
KICKOFF: 1:00 p.m. (ET) CAPACITY: 69,143 SURFACE: Grass Mon., Aug. 18 @ New York Giants (ESPN) L, 34-37
Sat., Aug. 23 @ Detroit Lions L, 6-26
THE GAME Thur., Aug. 28 Chicago Bears L, 10-16
The Cleveland Browns (4-8) travel to face the Tennessee Titans (11-1) this
Sunday, Dec. 7 at 1:00 p.m. at LP Field. Cleveland is coming off a disap-
pointing 10-6 home loss to the Indianapolis Colts and the Titans finished off REGULAR SEASON
the Detroit Lions, 47-10, on Thanksgiving Day. The Browns have lost their Date Opponent Time/Result
last two contests and enter the month of December finishing up the regular Sun., Sept. 7 Dallas Cowboys L, 10-28
season with three of their last four games on the road.
Sun., Sept. 14 Pittsburgh Steelers (NBC) L, 6-10
In the 10-6 setback to the Colts, the Browns held a 6-3 lead in the fourth
quarter, however, the Colts defense scored the only touchdown of the game
Sun., Sept. 21 @ Baltimore Ravens L, 10-28
as DE Dwight Freeney sacked QB Derek Anderson and forced a fumble as Sun., Sept. 28 @ Cincinnati Bengals W, 20-12
DE Robert Mathis recovered the miscue and raced 37 yards for the touch- Sun., Oct. 5 Bye Week
down and a 10-6 final. The Browns opened the scoring in the first quarter
with a K Phil Dawson 34-yard field goal. Dawson increased the lead to 6-3
Mon., Oct. 13 New York Giants (ESPN) W, 35-14
in the second stanza with a 25-yard field goal and the Browns defense held Sun., Oct. 19 @ Washington Redskins L, 11-14
the Colts with a goal line stand on a 4th-and-1 late in the second quarter to Sun., Oct. 26 @ Jacksonville Jaguars W, 23-17
secure a 6-3 halftime lead.
Sun., Nov. 2 Baltimore Ravens L, 27-37
Anderson started the contest and was 16-of-26 passing for 110 yards. An- Thur., Nov. 6 Denver Broncos (NFL NETWORK) L, 30-34
derson suffered a left knee injury with only 1:16 remaining in regulation and
was replaced by Ken Dorsey, who was 0-of-3 passing with one intercep- Mon., Nov. 17 @ Buffalo Bills (ESPN) W, 29-27
tion. Browns RB Jamal Lewis paced the club with 24 carries for 77 yards, Sun., Nov. 23 Houston Texans L, 6-16
while WR Braylon Edwards added 2 receptions for 36 yards and TE Kellen Sun., Nov. 30 Indianapolis Colts L, 6-10
Winslow added 3 receptions on the afternoon. The Browns defense limited
the potent Colts offense to only 215 net yards of offense, including 125 net Sun., Dec. 7 @ Tennessee Titans 1:00
yards passing, three offensive points and forced three turnovers. Mon., Dec. 15 @ Philadelphia Eagles (ESPN) 8:30
This Sunday’s game marks the 60th meeting between both clubs as the Sun., Dec. 21 Cincinnati Bengals 1:00*
Browns hold a 33-26-0 (.559) regular season record against the Titans fran- Sun., Dec. 28 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00*
chise (Houston Oilers), including 18-12-0 on the road. The Browns and
the Titans were AFC Central Division rivals for three seasons (1999-2001) Home Games MEDIA WEBSITE
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and the Browns post a 3-5-0 record, including a 2-2 mark on the road. The
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Wednesday 10:30 a.m. G.M. Phil Savage
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THE COACHES ABOUT THE Titans
CLEVELAND BROWNS - ROMEO CRENNEL The Titans are 11-1 following a 47-10 Thanks-
Romeo Crennel is entering his fourth season as Head giving Day victory over the Lions. Tennessee
Coach and was rewarded with a two-year contract ex- rolled off 10 consecutive victories to start the
tension (thru 2011) on Jan. 29, 2008. Crennel led the season before falling to the New York Jets
Browns to a 10-6 record in 2007, including a franchise- 34-13 on Nov. 23. QB Kerry Collins leads the
best seven consecutive home wins, and witnessed six team with 2,125 yards on 192-of-328 passing
Browns selected to the Pro Bowl. Crennel’s offense with nine touchdowns and four interceptions.
developed into a highly productive unit and ranked Rookie RB Chris Johnson paces the running
eighth in the NFL in offense (5,621 net yards) and scor- attack with 958 yards and seven touchdowns,
ing (402 points). The output of net yards and scoring while RB LenDale While has added 13 touch-
also ranked third best in franchise history. Crennel was downs. TE Bo Scaife leads the receivers with
named head coach of the Cleveland Browns on Feb. 8, 2005, the 11th full-time 48 receptions for 498 yards.
head coach in franchise history. Crennel returned to Cleveland in 2005, after
serving as the Browns defensive coordinator in 2000, and along with Phil Sav- Defense Getting Turnovers
age helped rebuild the football operations. Crennel previously led the Browns With a +6 turnover ratio, the Browns rank tied for fifth in the NFL. The Browns
to a respectable 6-10 record in his first year as a head coach and added a 4-12 defense forced three turnovers against the Colts on Nov. 30. On the first play of
mark in 2006. His resume includes 38 years of coaching experience, including the game, DL Shaun Smith forced a fumble with DB Eric Wright recovering.
27 years in the NFL. Prior to rejoining the Browns, Crennel served as the defen- In the second quarter, DB Sean Jones recorded his second interception of the
sive coordinator for New England (2001-04), helping the Patriots to three Super season and DB Brandon McDonald picked off a Peyton Manning pass in the
Bowl victories. From 1997-99, Crennel coached the defensive line on the New third quarter. Cleveland has totaled 17 interceptions on the season with Wright,
York Jets. He spent 12 years on the New York Giants coaching staff starting as McDonald and DB Brodney Pool leading the squad with three each. Cleveland
the special teams and defensive assistant coach in 1981. Crennel began his has also recovered six fumbles.
professional coaching career in 1970 at his alma mater, Western Kentucky. He
also saw stints at Texas Tech, Mississippi and Georgia Tech before entering the
professional ranks.
Defense Holds Opponents under 300 yards
The Browns defense has limited four opponents under 300 yards of total of-
TENNESSEE TITANS - JEFF FISHER fense. Cleveland held Pittsburgh to 281 yards on Sept. 14, Baltimore to 273 on
Jeff Fisher is entering his 14th full season as head Sept. 21, Cincinnati to 211 on Sept. 28 and Indianapolis to 215 on Nov. 30. In
coach of the Tennessee Titans. Fisher holds the fran- 2007, the Browns only held three opponents under 300 yards all season.
chise record for wins by a head coach with 120 victo-
ries. In a five-year period between 1999 and 2003 his UNDER 300 YARDS OF TOTAL OFFENSE IN 2008
team’s success is unmatched by any coach in franchise
history. Fisher led the Titans to four playoff appear- Date Opponent Total yards Result
ances (1999, 2000, 2002, 2003), two Division titles 9/14/08 Pittsburgh 273 L, 6-10
(2000 & 2002), two AFC Championship Games (1999, 9/21/08 at Baltimore 273 L, 10-28
2002) and one Super Bowl berth (XXXIV). He presided 9/28/08 at Cincinnati 211 W, 20-12
over the most victorious (56 regular season wins and 5 11/30/08 Indianapolis 215 L, 6-10
postseason wins) and successful five-year period in the franchise’s 47-year his-
tory. Last year, Fisher led the Titans to a 10-6 mark and a playoff berth. Fisher
originally joined the Oilers’ coaching staff on Feb. 9, 1994, after spending two 17 or Fewer
seasons as the defensive backs coach for the San Francisco 49ers. He was The Cleveland defense has allowed 17 or fewer points in seven of its 12 games
elevated to head coach on Nov. 14, 1994, replacing Jack Pardee, for the final this season. Last season, the Browns defense allowed 17 or fewer points in four
six games of the season. Fisher officially began his coaching career as an as- games. The Browns defense ranks ninth in the league in points allowed with an
sistant for the Philadelphia Eagles in 1986, tutoring the defensive backs for three average of 20.6 points per game.
seasons before becoming the NFL’s youngest defensive coordinator in 1988. In
1991, Fisher headed west to be reunited with his college coach John Robinson,
serving as the Los Angeles Rams’ defensive coordinator before joining the 49ers
one year later.

ON THE AIR
CBS will broadcast the game with Don Criqui (play-by-
play) and analyst Dan Fouts calling the action.
Coaches Corner
Crennel ..............................Coach ............................... Fisher Cleveland Browns Radio Network: WMMS 100.7
FM
24-36 ................ Record with Current Team ............... 115-99
Pre-Game: “Countdown to Kickoff” 11 a.m.-1:00
4th ...... Years as Head Coach with Current Team...... 14th p.m. (Bob Frantz, Mike Pagel)
24-36 ............ Career Record as Head Coach ........... 115-99
Game Announcers: Jim Donovan, Doug Dieken, Andre Knott
4th ................Career Years as Head Coach ............... 14th
10-6 ............................2007 Record ............................ 10-6 Post-Game: “The End Zone Show” for 90 minutes immediately following the
Locker room Report.
28th .............................Year in NFL ............................. 24th
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THE SERIES last time in the regular season
BROWNS 20
vs.
TITANS 14
November 6, 2005
T he Browns – Titans series dates back to 1970 when Cleveland defeated the Hous-
ton Oilers, 28-14, in the first meeting between the two franchises. The Browns
went on to win the next eight games before Houston finally notched its first victory in
Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio
RB Reuben Droughns rushed for 116 yards on 20 carries to lead the Cleveland Browns
1974. Cleveland holds a 33-26 series record and carries a three-game winning streak to a 20-14 victory over the Tennessee Titans at Cleveland Browns Stadium. The Browns
against the Titans heading into Sunday’s game. RB Reuben Droughns rushed for 116 struck first as QB Trent Dilfer hooked up with WR Dennis Northcutt for a 58-yard strike
yards on 20 carries and had 4 receptions for 73 yards to lead the Cleveland Browns in the first quarter. The Titans knotted the score 7-7 just before halftime when QB Steve
to a 20-14 victory over the Tennessee Titans at Cleveland Browns Stadium on Nov. McNair found TE Erron Kinney who rumbled into the end zone for a 24-yard TD. Browns
6, 2005. S Brodney Pool picked off McNair’s last-gasp heave as the clock ran out to RB Jason Wright scored his first NFL touchdown on a six-yard carry in the third quarter
preserve the victory. that gave the Browns a 17-7 advantage. Halfway through the fourth quarter, Titans RB
Chris Brown scampered 15 yards for a TD, drawing the Titans to within 20-14. The Titans
regained possession twice, but were unable to score again as Cleveland’s defense held
Results vs. Indianapolis Colts: Win/Loss Pct. tight. S Brodney Pool picked off McNair’s last-gasp heave as the clock ran out. Dilfer
Regular Season Totals 33-26-0 .559 completed 18-of-34 passes for 272 yards, one TD and one INT. McNair went 18-of-41 for
Home 15-14-0 .517 235 yards with a TD and an INT. Droughns grabbed four receptions for 73 yards, while
Away 18-12-0 .600 Northcutt, Wright and WR Antonio Bryant all had three receptions. Brown led the Titans
Playoffs 0-1-0 .000 in rushing with 95 yards on 20 carries.

History vs. Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans (since 1990) Team 1 2 3 4 Final
Date Result Tennessee 0 7 0 7 14
Houston Oilers 11-18-1990 L 23-35 Cleveland 7 0 10 3 20
at Houston Oilers 12-09-1990 L 14-58
at Houston Oilers 11-17-1991 L 24-28 SCORING SUMMARY
Houston Oilers 12-15-1991 L 14-17 Team Q Time Play
Browns 1 4:01 Northcutt 58 yd. pass from Dilfer (Dawson kick) (1-58, 0:10)
at Houston Oilers 11-08-1992 W 24-14
Titans 2 1:24 Kinney 24 yd. pass from McNair (Bironas kick) (3-54, 0:53)
Houston Oilers 12-20-1992 L 14-17 Browns 3 12;09 Dawson 37 yd. Field Goal (7-47, 2:51)
Houston Oilers 11-21-1993 L 20-27 Browns 3 6:12 Wright 6 yd. run (Dawson kick) (8-77, 3:44)
at Houston Oilers 12-12-1993 L 17-19 Browns 4 13:35 Dawson 19 yd. Field Goal (6-46, 2:38)
at Houston Oilers 10-13-1994 W 11-8 Titans 4 7:13 Brown 15 yd. run (Bironas kick) (8-73, 3:19)
Houston Oilers 11-27-1994 W 34-10
at Houston Oilers 09-17-1995 W 14-7 TEAM STATISTICS
Houston Oilers 11-05-1995 L 10-37 CLE TEN
at Tennessee Titans 09-19-1999 L 9-26 FIRST DOWNS: 16 19
Tennessee Titans 11-28-1999 L 21-33 TIME OF POSSESSION: 32:24 27:36
at Tennessee Titans 11-19-2000 L 10-24 TOTAL NET YARDS: (Ru/Pa): 441 (169/272) 323 (98/225)
PUNTS/Average: 5-40.6 7-34.9
Tennessee Titans 12-17-2000 L 0-24
PENALTIES/Yards: 9-63 2-15
Tennessee Titans 12-02-2001 L 15-31
FUMBLES/LOST: 1-1 1-0
at Tennessee Titans 12-30-2001 W 41-38
at Tennessee Titans 09-22-2002 W 31-28 OT
Tennessee Titans 11-06-2005 W 20-14 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PASSING: CLE: Dilfer 18-34-272 (1 TD; 1 INT); TEN: McNair 18-41-235 (1 TD, 1 INT);
Hentrich 0-1-0
Browns-Oilers/Titans Series Notes: RUSHING: CLE: Droughns 20-116, Northcutt 1-31, Wright 8-19 (1 TD), Dilfer 2-3, Smith
• The Browns – Oilers/Titans all-time series is the third oldest in Cleveland franchise 1-0; TEN: Brown 22-95, McNair 1-2, Payton 1-1
history behind Pittsburgh and Cincinnati. RECEIVING: CLE: Droughns 4-73, Northcutt 3-80 (1 TD), Bryant 3-79, Wright 3-15,
Heiden 2-15, Smith 2-8, Edwards 1-2; TEN: Kinney 5-74 (1 TD), Williams 5-61, Scaife
• The Browns have never lost a game to Tennessee when scoring 25 points or more.
5-59, Roby 1-29, Brown 1-8, Fleming 1-4
INTERCEPTIONS: CLE: Pool 1-1; TEN: Bulluck 1-0
On Deck PUNTING: CLE: Richardson 5-203 (40.6); TEN: Hentrich 7-244 (34.9)
PUNT RETURNS: CLE: Northcutt 2-6 (3.0), Cribbs 1-5 (5.0); TEN: Thompson 1-31
Who: Philadelphia Eagles (6-5-1) (31.0)
KICKOFF RETURNS: CLE: Cribbs 1-4 (4.0); TEN: A. Jones 5-76 (15.2)
When: Monday, Dec. 15 (ESPN) at 8:30 p.m.
Where: Lincoln Financial Field
CLEVELAND TENNESSEE
Season Series: Cleveland leads 31-14-1 WR Northcutt LE Roye WR Roby LE Vanden Bosch
LT Shelton LT Fisk LT Hopkins LT Starks
Last Meeting: Eagles K David Akers drilled a LG Piller RE Haynesworth
LG Andruzzi RT McKinley
50-yard field goal with 5:02 remaining in over- C Faine LLB Stewart C Hartwig LLB Laboy
time to give the Philadelphia Eagles a 34-31 RG Coleman MLB Andra Davis RG Olson BLB Reynolds
OT win over the Browns at Cleveland Browns RT Tucker WLB Taylor RT Roos RLB Kassell
Stadium on October 4, 2004. TE Aaron Shea TE Heiden RLB Thompson TE Kinney RLB Bulluck
WR Bryant LCB McCutcheon WR B. Jones LCB Hill
tied a career high with six receptions (for 45 QB McNair RCB A. Jones
QB Dilfer RCB Bodden
yards), and the Browns offense totaled 394 yards and 27 first downs. RB Droughns SS Crocker RB Brown SS T. Williams
FB Smith FS Russell FB R. Williams FS Thompson

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Browns-Titans CONNECTIONS Browns Announce Roster Moves
COACHES CORNER: Coaches Corner: Titans Executive Vice President and head The Cleveland Browns placed QB Derek Anderson on the Reserve-Injured list
coach Jeff Fisher was a defensive backs coach and defensive coordinator for the Phila- and have signed QB Bruce Gradkowski as a free agent. The Browns also re-
delphia Eagles while Browns senior offensive assistant Dave Atkins served multiple leased OL Travis Leffew from the practice squad and have signed WR Steve
roles for the Eagles in the late 80’s. Sanders to the practice squad.
Offensive coordinator Mike Heimerdinger served five seasons (1995-99) as the wide
receivers coach for the Denver Broncos while Browns running backs coach Anthony Gradkowski, 6-1 and 220 lbs., has appeared in 17 career games, including 11
Lynn was a running back for the Broncos from 1997-99. Heimerdinger also spent one starts during his two-year stint with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Gradkowski
season (1981) coaching with Browns defensive assistant coach Bob Trott at the Air has completed 190 of 352 passes for 1,791 yards with nine touchdowns and
Force Academy. 10 interceptions. He was originally a sixth-round draft choice by Tampa Bay in
After three seasons as a college/pro scout for the Browns (1993-95), Titans defensive 2006 and went on to play in 13 games, including 11 starts, as a rookie and was
coordinator Jim Schwartz followed Senior Vice President and GM Phil Savage to Balti- 177 of 328 passing for 1,661 yards with nine touchdowns and nine intercep-
more and was a defensive assistant for the Ravens for three seasons (1996-98). tions.
Titans assistant head coach and linebackers coach Dave McGinnis spent 10 seasons
with the Chicago Bears as a linebackers coach and was in Chicago while Browns strength Gradkowski played in four games last season with Tampa Bay and was 13 of 24
and conditioning coach Tom Myslinski was on the Bears roster in 1993 and 1994. passing for 130 yards and one interception. A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., Grad-
kowski was waived by Tampa Bay on June 2, 2008 and was claimed by the St.
Tennessee wide receivers coach Fred Graves spent the 2004 season as the wide re- Louis Rams. He spent the 2008 training camp with the Rams and was waived
ceivers coach for the Browns.
on Aug. 31, 2008.
Quarterbacks coach Craig Johnson held his second graduate assistantship with the
University of Arkansas in 1984, the same year that Bob Trott began a six year stay as Sanders, 6-3 and 205 lbs., will join the Browns practice squad for his second
the defensive backs coach and eventually the defensive coordinator. stint this season. Sanders began the year on the active roster and played in five
PLAYER CONNECTIONS: games with one reception for 18 yards.
OHIO TIES: Sixth-year S Donnie Nickey hails from Plain City and played his college ball
Leffew, 6-4 and 292 lbs., spent the last ten weeks on the Browns practice squad.
at the Ohio State University.
Leffew was originally signed to the practice squad on Sept. 23, 2008.
WATCH OUT FOR WILDCATS: Titans RB Chris Henry and Browns WR Syndric Step-
toe were part of the same offense at Arizona for three seasons (2004-06).
GET ‘EM GATORS: LB Andra Davis and DE Jevon Kearse anchored the defensive
unit at the University of Florida together in 1997 and 1998.
SOME SEMINOLES: LB Kamerion Wimbley teamed with WR Chris Davis at Florida
State University between 2003 and 2005.
FAMILIAR FROM FRESNO: Titans WR Paul Williams and Browns DL Louis Leonard
were teammates for four years (2003-06) at Fresno State.
AN OKLAHOMA HELLO: Between 2002 and 2004, Browns DB Brodney Pool and
Titans WR Brandon Jones played together for the Oklahoma Sooners.
THREE FROM TENNESSEE: RB Jamal Lewis, WR Donte’ Stallworth and Titans DT
Albert Haynesworth were all teammates during the 1999 season at the University of
Tennessee.
LONG-LOST LONGHORNS: Titans QB Chris Simms spent two seasons (1999-2000)
on the University of Texas roster with Browns DL Shaun Rogers.

BROWNS-titans regular season SERIES FAST FACTS
NUMBER OF MEETINGS: 59
Team Superlatives Individual Highs
Browns’ Largest Margin of Victory: 33 (Browns 40, Oilers 7 – 11/22/87 at Rushing Attempts by a Brown: 32, Mike Pruitt (12/3/81)
Houston) Rushing Attempts by an Oiler/Titan: 36, Eddie George (11/19/00)
Oilers/Titans’ Largest Margin of Victory: 44 (Oilers 58, Browns 14 – 12/9/90 Rushing Yards by a Brown: 188, Ernest Byner (12/16/84)
at Houston) Rushing Yards by an Oiler/Titan: 143, Joe Dawkins (11/22/70)
Current Series Streak: Browns 3 (Since 12/30/01) Rushing Touchdowns by a Brown: 3, Mike Pruitt (12/11/83)
Browns’ Longest Win Streak: 9 (11/22/70 – 9/22/74) Rushing Touchdowns by an Oiler/Titan: 4, Lorenzo White (12/9/90)
Oilers/Titans’ Longest Win Streak: 6 (11/5/95 – 12/2/01) Passing Yards by a Brown: 336, Tim Couch (12/30/01)
Most Points by Browns: 42, Oilers 13 (10/21/73 at Cleveland) Passing Yards by an Oiler/Titan: 414, Warren Moon (12/23/89)
Most Points by Oilers/Titans: 58, Browns 14 (12/9/90 at Passing Touchdowns by a Brown: 3, four times, most recently by Tim Couch
Houston) (9/22/02)
Most Points, Both Teams: 79 (Browns 41, Titans 38 – 12/30/01 Passing Touchdowns by an Oiler/Titan: 5, Warren Moon (11/18/90)
at Tennessee) Receptions by a Brown: 10, four times, most recently by Leroy Hoard
Fewest Points by Browns: 0, Titans 24 (12/17/00 at Cleveland) (12/15/91)
Fewest Points by Oilers/Titans: 0, Browns 31 (9/19/71 at Cleveland); Browns Receptions by an Oiler/Titan: 11, Drew Hill (11/17/91)
20 (11/5/72 at Cleveland) Receiving Yards by a Brown: 184, Webster Slaughter (10/29/89)
Fewest Points, Both Teams: 12 (Oilers 9, Browns 3 – 9/13/81 at Cleveland) Receiving Yards by an Oiler/Titan: 167, Tim Smith (12/16/84)
Receiving Touchdowns by a Brown: 2, four times, most recently by Andre’
Davis (9/22/02)
Receiving Touchdowns by an Oiler/Titan: 3, Mack Alston (10/12/75)

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BROWNS 2008 RECORD... Carrying the load
vs. AFC: 3-6 Since 2007, the Browns are 11-2 in games when RB Jamal Lewis has 20 or
vs. NFC: 1-2 more carries.
vs. AFC North: 1-3
At Home: 1-6 GAMES WHERE LEWIS HAD 20 OR MORE CARRIES
On the Road: 3-2 Date Opponent Carries Yards Result
When scoring first: 4-2 9/16/07 Cincinnati 27 216 W, 51-45
When leading at halftime: 3-3 9/30/07 Baltimore 23 64 W, 27-13
When trailing at halftime: 1-3 11/4/07 Seattle 20 37 W, 33-30 (OT)
When leading at the start of the fourth quarter: 3-3 11/18/07 Baltimore 22 92 W, 33-30 (OT)
When trailing at the start of the fourth quarter: 1-5 11/25/07 Houston 29 134 W, 27-17
When leading in time of possession: 2-4 12/9/07 N.Y. Jets 21 118 W, 24-18
When trailing in time of possession: 2-4 12/16/07 Buffalo 33 163 W, 8-0
When totaling the most rushing yards: 1-2 12/23/07 Cincinnati 21 92 L, 14-19
When totaling the most passing yards: 2-0 12/30/07 San Francisco 26 128 W, 20-7
When scoring a rushing TD: 3-1 9/28/08 Cincinnati 25 79 W, 20-12
When throwing a TD pass: 3-5 10/13/08 New York Giants 21 88 W, 35-14
When finishing with a 300-yard passer: 1-0 10/26/08 Jacksonville 20 81 W, 23-17
When finishing with 200 or less passing yards: 3-6 11/30/08 Indianapolis 24 77 L, 6-10
When finishing with a 100-yard rusher: 0-0
When finishing with 99 or less rushing yards: 1-5 Dawson HITS AGAIN
When finishing with a 100-yard receiver: 2-1 K Phil Dawson has connected on a field goal in a career best 12 consecutive
When causing two or more turnovers: 3-3 games, including two field goals against Indianapolis on Nov. 30. The last game
When turning the ball over two or more times: 1-4 Dawson did not record a field goal was Dec. 23, 2007 at Cincinnati. Dawson is
When finishing with 10 or more penalties: 1-1 26-of-30 on field goal attempts this season. His 26 field goals made ranks fourth
When finishing with 9 or less penalties: 3-7 in the NFL. Dawson is one field goal from tying his career high of 27 field goals
When finishing with three or more sacks in a game: 2-0 made set during the 2005 season.
When scoring 20 points or more: 4-2
When scoring less than 20 points: 0-6 Dawson connected on a career-high 56-yard game-winning field goal with 1:39
remaining against the Bills on Nov. 17. The field goal was the fourth longest in
Browns history and the fifth of the contest for Dawson. The kick marked the 12th
TALE OF THE TAPE career game-winner for Dawson. Playing in his 150th career game, Dawson
connected on his 200th career field goal with his first field goal of the game in
2008 REGULAR SEASON RANKINGS the first quarter. Dawson became the first player in Browns history to convert a
CLE (NFL rank) TEN (NFL rank) 50+ yard field goal in three consecutive games.
POINTS SCORED PER GAME 17.8 (27) 25.3 (7)
TOTAL YARDS PER GAME 275.3 (27) 325.0 (18) Dawson On Career Lists
RUSHING YARDS PER GAME 105.5 (23) 138.7 (6)
With 26 field goals this season, K Phil Dawson has made 208 career field
PASSING YARDS PER GAME 169.8 (29) 186.3 (24)
goals. Dawson sits at third on the Browns career field goal list. In addition to his
POINTS ALLOWED PER GAME 20.6 (9) 14.6 (2)
208 field goals, Dawson has totaled 254 extra points and one rushing touch-
TOTAL DEFENSIVE YARDS PER GAME 356.8 (26) 281.8 (5)
down for 884 career points which also ranks third on the Browns all-time list.
RUSHING DEFENSIVE YARDS PER GAME 141.3 (26) 97.2 (12)
PASSING DEFENSIVE YARDS PER GAME 215.5 (T17) 184.6 (4)
BROWNS CAREER FIELD GOALS
TURNOVER RATIO +6 (T5) +13 (1)

lEWIS Nearing Milestone Player
1. Lou Groza
Years
1950-59, 1961-67
Field Goals
234
With 9,898 career yards, RB Jamal Lewis sits 102 yards away from 10,000. 2. Don Crockroft 1968-80 216
Lewis ranks 24th on the NFL’s all-time career rushing list. With his 80 yards 3. Phil Dawson 1999-08 208
against Washington on Oct. 19, Lewis passed Shaun Alexander for 24th on the
list. Lewis passed Earl Campbell with 88 yards against the Giants on Oct. 13. Cribbs Having Special Season
CAREER RUSHING LEADERS WR/KR Joshua Cribbs totaled 64 kickoff return yards (20.3 avg.) and made
three special teams tackles against Indianapolis on Nov. 30. Cribbs leads the
Player Seasons Games Attempts Yards Browns with 21 special teams tackles. He also leads in punt (190) and kickoff
23. Ottis Anderson 1979-92 (14) 182 2,562 10,273 (865) return yards. In 2007, Cribbs was the only player in the NFL to lead his
24. Jamal Lewis 2000-08 (8) 118 2,339 9,898 team in kickoff return yards, punt return yards and special teams tackles. This
25. Shaun Alexander 2000-08 (9) 123 2,187 9,453 year, he is also the only player to lead his team in kickoff return yards, punt re-
26. Earl Campbell 1978-85 (8) 115 2,187 9,407 turn yards and special teams tackles. Cribbs is also one of three players in the
NFL this season to record a rushing, receiving and kickoff return touchdown.

Hall Ranks Second in Rookie Sacks PLAYERS WITH RUSHING, RECEIVING AND KICKOFF RETURN TDS
Seventh-round pick LB Alex Hall has had a strong showing in his first NFL Rushing Receiving KO Return
season. Hall recorded a sack in three consecutive games against Baltimore on Player Team TD TD TD
Sept. 21, Cincinnati on Sept. 28 and the New York Giants on Oct. 13. With his Leon Washington NY Jets 4 2 1
three sacks, Hall ranks tied for second among all NFL rookies in sacks. Joshua Cribbs Cleveland 1 1 1
J.J. Arrington Arizona 1 1 1
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Browns Shut Down Peyton Manning Dorsey to get FIrst start with Browns
The Browns defense limited former MVP QB Peyton Manning to 125 yards and QB Ken Dorsey is set to make his first start for the Browns when Cleveland
no touchdowns on Nov. 30. DBs Sean Jones and Brandon McDonald inter- heads to Tennessee on Dec. 7. Dorsey has appeared in two games for the
cepted consecutive Manning passes at the end of the second quarter and in the Browns since joining the team in a trade with San Francisco for Trent Dilfer
third quarter, respectively. Manning’s 125 passing yards marked his first game prior to the 2006 season. Dorsey’s last start came as a member of the 49ers
under 200 yards during the 2008 season. The Browns held Manning to his low- on Nov. 27, 2005 at Tennessee. Dorsey set career highs with 23 attempts and
est passing output since he threw for 95 yards against Tennesse on Dec. 12, 43 completions. He also threw for one touchdown and two interceptions, while
2007. The 11th year pro has been held to 125 yards passing or less in just six completing a pass to eight different receivers in the 33-22 Titans victory.
of his 172 career NFL games.
In his six-year career, Dorsey is 171-of-317 passing for 1,712 yards with eight
Cleveland has had Manning’s number in recent years, holding the hearalded touchdowns and 11 interceptions. He has posted a 2-8 record as a starter and
quarterback to no passing touchdowns and 564 passing yards (188 avg.) in appeared in 12 contests.
their last three meetings. The Browns have held the Colts to just one offensive
touchdown in their last three contests, a one-yard run by RB Edgerrin James
on Sept. 25, 2005. Rogers Turning Heads
DL Shaun Rogers has made a huge impact in his first season a member of the
Can’t Stall Jamal Browns. Rogers ranks third and leads all defensive lineman with 62 total tackles
(42 solo and 13 asst.). Rogers leads the squad with 4.5 sacks, and has added 7
RB Jamal Lewis ranks fifth on the all-time career rushing list among active
TFL, 12 QB pressures, two pass break-ups and two blocked field goals.
players. Among the top-5, Lewis has played in the fewest games and has the
least attempts.
Jackson Goes Over the Century Mark
ACTIVE CAREER RUSHING LEADERS
LB D’Qwell Jackson recorded 11 tackles against the Colts on Nov. 30 to push
his season total to 136*. Jackson has finished first or second on the team in
Player Seasons Games Attempts Avg. Yards
tackles each game this season. In 2007, Jackson led the Browns with 114*
1. Edgerrin James (Ariz.) 1999-08 (10) 138 2,961 4.0 11,991
tackles.
2. LaDanian Tomlinson (S.D.) 2001-08 (8) 123 2,582 4.4 11,444
* Based on coaches film review.
3. Fred Taylor (Jack.) 1998-08 (11) 138 2,406 4.6 11,151
4. Warrick Dunn (T.B.) 1997-08 (12) 177 2,628 4.1 10,821
5. Jamal Lewis (Cle.) 2000-08 (8) 118 2,339 4.2 9,898 #4 Ranks seventh
6. Shaun Alexander (Wash.) 2000-08 (9) 123 2,187 4.3 9,453 K Phil Dawson currently ranks as the NFL’s seventh most accurate kicker of
all-time. Dawson has connected on 26-of-30 field goals attempts in 2008.
Edwards Extends Reception Streak HIGHEST CAREER FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE
With three recpetions against the Colts on Nov. 30, WR Braylon Edwards ex-
tended his consecutive reception streak to 54 games. Edwards has caught a Player FG FGA PCT
pass in every game that he has played in during his four year career. 1. Mike Vanderjagt 230 266 86.5
2. Shayne Graham 167 195 85.6
3. Nate Kaeding 112 131 85.5
Long Drive 4. Robbie Gould
5. Rob Bironas
102
104
120
123
85.0
84.6
The Browns engineered a 16-play 9:23 drive, which resulted in a K Phil Dawson 6. Matt Stover 452 541 83.5
25-yard field goal against Indianapolis on Nov. 30. The drive was the longest in 7. Phil Dawson 208 250 83.2
terms of time of possession on the season. The 16 plays tied a season best.

Rucker Makes NFL Debut McDonald Increases Int Total
DB Brandon McDonald picked off a Peyton Manning pass against the Colts
TE Martin Rucker made his NFL debut against the Colts on Nov. 30. The 2008 on Nov. 30, to bring his season total to a tied for team best three. With the in-
fourth-round draft choice recorded his first career reception, a nine-yard catch terception, McDonald passed his season total of two from his rookie season a
on third down, which resulted in a first down. year ago.

O-Line Shines Rogers Adds to Blocked Kick Total
The Browns rank tied for sixth in the NFL in sacks allowed with just 15 on the DL Shaun Rogers recorded his second blocked field goal of the season after
season. OL Joe Thomas and Hank Fraley have started all 12 games for the he turned away a 49-yard attempt by Houston kicker Kris Brown on Nov. 23.
Browns. In 2007, the Browns finished third in the league, allowing 19 sacks. Earlier this season, Rogers blocked a fourth quarter game-tying field goal at-
tempt against Jacksonville on Oct. 26. Rogers has blocked 13 career kicks.
Rogers has blocked 12 field goals and one PAT during his nine-year career.
As a member of the Detroit Lions, Rogers blocked two field goals against San
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Quinn shines in First NFL Start Wimbley gets to the QB
In his first NFL start, QB Brady Quinn totaled 239 yards on 23-for-35 passing LB Kamerion Wimbley recorded his third sack of the season against the Tex-
with two touchdowns against the Broncos on Nov. 6. Quinn posted a passer ans on Nov. 23. The sack was the 19th of his three-year career. On the season
rating of 104.3 and completed 10 consecutive passes spanning the second and Wimbley has totaled 54 tackles, one TFL, two QB pressures, one interception
third quarters. Quinn’s 239 passings yards and 104.3 rating each rank as the and one forced fumble.
fourth best by any Browns quarterback making his first NFL start.
Edwards Ties Career Best
BROWNS QB STARTING DEBUTS (BOTH ROOKIE AND VETERAN) WR Braylon Edwards tied his career high with eight receptions against the
Bills on Nov. 17. The four-year pro has registered eight receptions on five oc-
NFL
casions. Edwards finished with 104 receiving yards marking his 10th career
Date Opp. Player Att Cmp Pct Yds TD INT Rat. Result
100-yard receiving game.
11/6/08 DEN Brady Quinn 23 35 .657 239 2 0 104.3 L, 30-34
12/7/06 at Pit Derek Anderson 21 37 .568 276 1 1 78.2
12/4/05 JAX *Charlie Frye 13 20 .650 226 2 0 136.7
L, 7-27
L, 14-20 Quinn Engineers First Career Win
12/5/04 NE *Luke McCown 20 34 .588 277 2 2 80.1 L, 15-42 QB Brady Quinn picked up his first career win as a starting quarterback with the
12/3/00 at Jax *Spergon Wynn 5 16 .313 17 0 0 40.6 L, 0-48 Browns 29-27 victory over Buffalo on Nov. 17. Quinn led the Browns on a 7-play
9/19/99 at Ten *Tim Couch 12 24 .500 124 1 0 80.9 L, 9-26 28 yard drive which resulted in K Phil Dawson’s 56-yard game winning field
10/29/95 at Cin *Eric Zeier 26 46 .565 310 1 1 75.5 W,29-26 OT goal with 1:39 remaining. Quinn finished 14-of-36 for 185 yards.
9/20/92 at LAR Todd Philcox 10 20 .500 200 3 0 125.0 W, 28-16
10/4/87 at NE ^Jeff Christensen10 30 .333 135 0 0 48.6 W, 20-10 Quinn also engineered the Browns longest drive of the season when he drove
10/13/85 at Hou *Bernie Kosar 8 19 .421 208 1 1 118.8 W, 21-6 the team 96 yards on 12 plays in the second quarter. On the drive, Quinn went
12/19/82 PIT Paul McDonald 19 40 .475 227 0 1 54.9 W, 10-9 4-of-5 for 62 yards. WR/KR Joshua Cribbs capped off the drive with a two-yard
12/18/77 at Sea Terry Luck 6 15 .400 105 0 4 25.0 L, 19-20 TD plunge.
11/20/77 at NYGDave Mays 13 24 .542 138 1 1 67.7 W, 21-7
11/9/75 at Det Will Cureton
11/3/74 at SD *Brian Sipe
10 32 .313 95 1 1 38.0
16 23 .696 186 1 1 90.1
L, 10-21
L, 35-36 Cribbs Scores First Rushing Touchdown
10/3/70 PIT *Don Gault 1 16 .063 44 0 2 0.0 W, 15-7 WR/KR Joshua Cribbs recorded his first career rushing touchdown on a two-
11/15/70 at Cin *Mike Phipps 11 25 .440 170 0 1 50.4 L, 10-14 yard rush in the second quarter again Buffalo on Nov. 17. Earlier this season,
12/17/67 at Phi Gary Lane 19 39 .487 211 2 1 71.6 L, 24-28 Cribbs scored his first career offensive touchdown against the Redskins on a
10/22/61 at Pit Len Dawson 6 12 .500 68 0 2 27.8 W, 30-28
1-yard pass from QB Derek Anderson on Oct. 19. Cribbs has totaled eight
11/9/58 DET *Jim Ninowski 4 8 .500 60 0 1 35.4 L, 10-30
career touchdowns as he has added five kickoff return touchdowns and a punt
12/8/57 at Det *Milt Plum 12 2 1.571 198 1 1 85.0 L, 7-20
11/18/57 at Phi Tommy O’Connell 4 11 .364 63 1 3 47.0 W, 16-0 return for a touchdown.
12/6/53 NYG George Ratterman15 27 .556 237 3 0 122.0 W, 62-14
*Rookie Harrison Helps Big Night on the Ground
^NFL used replacement players for two games in 1987 The Browns rushed for a season-high 161 yards on Nov. 17 at Buffalo, as RB
AAFC Jerome Harrison rushed for a career-high 80 yards on 3 carries, including
Date Opp. Player Att Cmp Pct Yds TD INT Rat. Result his first career rushing TD on a 72-yard scamper on the first play of the fourth
9/13/46 CHI *Otto Graham 6 13 .462 81 0 0 66.5 W, 20-6 quarter. RB Jamal Lewis added 18 carries for 65 yards and WR/KR Joshua
9/6/46 MIA *Cliff Lewis 2 3 .667 62 1 0 149.3 W, 44-0 Cribbs added his first career rushing TD on a 2 yard score. Harrison’s 72-yard
sprint was the longest touchdown run by a Brown since RB Reuben Droughns
went 75-yards for a score against Miami on Nov. 20, 2005.
UNDER THE CENTER
Since 1999, the Browns have had 11 different starting quarterbacks. Since Winslow Posts first Multi-Touchdown Game
1999, the Browns opening day starter at QB has included Ty Detmer (1999); Tim
TE Kellen Winslow recorded his first multi-touchdown game of his career
Couch (2000, 2001), Kelly Holcomb (2002, 2003), Jeff Garcia (2004), Trent Dilfer
against Denver on Nov. 6. He scored his 10th career touchdown after a 5-yard
(2005), Charlie Frye (2006, 2007), and Derek Anderson (2008).
touchdown reception in the first quarter and his 11th career touchdown after a
Here is a look at the Browns starting QBs since 1999 and their records as start- 16-yard reception in the second quarter. Winslow finished with 111 yards on 10
ers during the regular season. receptions. It marked the fourth 100-yard receiving game of his career.
Quarterback Games Started Record Pct.
Derek Anderson (2006-08) 27 games 13-14 .481 Cribbs has Big Day
Tim Couch (1999-2003) 59 games 22-37 .373
Trent Dilfer (2005) 11 games 4-7 .364 WR/KR Joshua Cribbs returned a kickoff 92-yards for touchdown against Bal-
Kelly Holcomb (2001-04) 12 games 4-8 .333 timore on Nov. 2. The return was his fifth career kickoff return touchdown. It
Brady Quinn (2007-08) 3 games 1-2 .333 also marked the fourth consecutive year that Cribbs has returned a kickoff for a
Charlie Frye (2005-07) 19 games 6-13 .316 touchdown. Cribbs also returned a punt 32-yards in the third quarter which led
Jeff Garcia (2004) 10 games 3-7 .300 to a 28-yard touchdown pass from QB Derek Anderson to WR Braylon Edwards
Doug Pederson (2000) 8 games 1-7 .125 on the ensuing play. Cribbs totaled 237 kickoff return yards which ranks second
Luke McCown (2004) 4 games 0-4 .000 most in a single game behind his own record of 245 yards at Baltimore on Nov.
Ty Detmer (1999) 2 games 0-2 .000 18, 2007. Cribbs finished with 237 (33.9 avg.) kickoff return yards, 41 (14.7) punt
Spergon Wynn (2000) 1 game 0-1 .000 return yards and three special teams tackles.
TOTALS 156 games 54-102 .346
Rogers Wins Player of the Week Honor
DL Shaun Rogers was named the GMC Sierra Defensive Player of the Week
for Week 8. Rogers led the Browns’ defensive effort with five tackles, one sack
and a fourth-quarter blocked field goal attempt as Cleveland beat Jacksonville
23-17 on Oct. 26.
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Browns Get Offensive Against the Giants Dawson reaches milestone
In the 35-14 victory over the Giants on Oct. 13, the Browns set season highs for With his four points against the Ravens on Sept. 21, K Phil Dawson topped
points (35), first downs (20), net yards (454), rushing yards (144), passing yards the 800 point milestone and totaled 803 career points. Dawson has registered a
(310) and it marked the first time that the Browns were not sacked all season. point in each of the last 33 games. The last time Dawson failed to record a point
was against Cincinnati on Nov. 26, 2006.
Cleveland also converted on 9-of-13 third downs for a 69% success rate, also
a season best. BROWNS ACCOMPLISH RARE FEAT
CRENNEL NAMED COACH of the Week In the Browns 35-14 win over the Giants on Oct. 13, P Dave Zastudil enjoyed
a quiet evening. The Browns offense did not have to punt, did not commit a
Head coach Romeo Crennel was voted the Motorola NFL Cach of the Week turnover or allow a sack for the first time in club history. Since 1963, when
for Week 6. Crennel led the Browns to a 35-14 win over the undefeated Su- sacks were officially recorded, there have only been four NFL games where an
per Bowl champion New York Giants on Monday Night Football. Browns QB offense has not allowed a sack, committed a turnover or had to register a punt
Derek Anderson threw for 310 yards and two touchdowns finding WR Braylon in a regular season game.
Edwards for 154 of those yards and one touchdown, while RB Jamal Lewis
rushed for another touchdown and 88 yards. The Cleveland defense consis- NFL GAMES WITH NO PUNTS, TURNOVERS OR SACKS
tently pressured Giants QB Eli Manning leading to three picks by three different Team Date
Browns defenders including a 94-yard interception return for a touchdown by Cleveland October 13, 2008
CB Eric Wright. NY Jets December 19, 2004
Tampa Bay November 1, 1998
Wright Named Defensive Player of the Week San Francisco December 19, 1993

DB Eric Wright was named AFC Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 15. Also, the last game the Browns did not have to punt in the contest was Nov. 5,
Wright had three solo tackles, two passes defensed and one interception re- 1995 vs. Houston.
turned for a touchdown in Monday Night’s 35-14 win over the New York Giants
on Oct. 13. In the contest, Wright’s fourth quarter interception sealed the victory Edwards Has Career Night
as his 94-yard interception return for a touchdown turned a 13 point advantage
WR Braylon Edwards set a career high with 154 receiving yards on five recep-
into the 35-14 final. The interception return also was the fourth longest in club
tions and a touchdown against the Giants on Oct. 13. It marked the ninth career
history.
100-yard receiving game for Edwards. His previous career best was 149 yards
Defense Grounds Bengals Running Attack at Arizona on Dec. 12, 2007.

The Browns defense limited the Bengals to just 69 yards rushing in the Browns Zastudil sets franchise record
20-12 victory on Sept. 28. The 69 yards rushing was the least amount that the
Browns have allowed since Romeo Crennel brought the 3-4 defense to Cleve- With winds gusting between 40-50 miles per hour on Sunday Sept. 14, against
land in 2005. Pittsburgh, the conditions were perfect for a difficult task for kickers on the
special teams units. However, Browns P Dave Zastudil established a career-
FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED SINCE 2005 best 53.0 gross average and 52.8 net average on his five punts for 265 yards.
Zastudil’s net average also established a team single-game mark (dating back
Date Opponent Rushing Yards Allowed to 1970) and ranks tied for second-highest net punting single-game average in
9/28/08 Cincinnati 69 the NFL. More impressively, Zastudil set the tone early in the contest as four of
11/25/07 Houston 77 his five punts came in the first quarter kicking into the gusty winds and his fifth
10/28/07 St. Louis 79 kick came in the third stanza into the wind as well.
11/27/05 Minnesota 81
9/24/06 Baltimore 86 Highest net punting average in a game (minimum: 4 punts) since 1970:

Browns Honor Hall of Fame Guard Total
59.5
Player, Team
Rohn Stark, IND
Opp.
HOU
Date
Sept. 13, 1992
The Browns will honor Hall of Fame offensive guard Gene Hickerson by wear- 52.8 Dave Zastudil, CLE PIT Sept. 14, 2008
ing a sticker on the back, lower left of the helmet next to the NFL Shield for the 52.8 Mike Horan, DEN RAI Sept. 26, 1988
remainder of the season. The round sticker will be black and have GH in white
lettering. Browns Name 2008 Captains
Browns Head Coach Romeo Crennel named LB Willie McGinest, LB Andra
Hickerson passed away Oct. 20 at the age of 73. Hickerson joined the Browns
as a seventh-round draft choice out of Mississippi in 1957. His 15-year career, Davis, QB Derek Anderson, C Hank Fraley, K Phil Dawson and KR Joshua
all with the Browns (1958-60, 1962-73), ended in 1973 as he played in 202 Cribbs as team captains for the 2008 season. The players were voted upon by
games, which ranks fourth highest in franchise history, including a streak of 165 their teammates.
consecutive games, which also ranks fifth longest in team annals. He appeared McGinest (15th season) and Davis (7th season) will serve as defensive cap-
in six Pro Bowls (1966-71) and was voted an all-league selection on five occa- tains, Anderson (4th season) and Fraley (9th season) will serve as offensive
sions (1966-70). Hickerson was named the NFL’s most outstanding blocker in captains, while Dawson (10th season) and Cribbs (4th season) as special teams
1969 and throughout his career was part of an offensive line that paved the way captains.
for three Hall of Famers, legendary running backs Jim Brown, Bobby Mitchell
and Leroy Kelly. Each NFL club will have team captains wear a captain patch on their uniform.
The idea came from NFL players during a meeting of Commissioner Roger
“Everyone associated with the Cleveland Browns is saddened by his loss,” said Goodell’s new Player Advisory Council last season. The purpose of the program
Browns Head Coach Romeo Crennel. “His tenacity as a blocker and tough- is to support and recognize the importance of team leadership through the role
ness as a player epitomized what it is to be a Cleveland Brown. We send our of the captains. Captains traditionally serve as a link between players, coaches
thoughts, prayers and condolences to the Hickerson family.” and management to help foster cohesion within the teams.
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NEW FACES 2008 Browns Legends
Once again the Browns were busy during free agency. Not only did Cleve- The Cleveland Browns have announced that Warren Lahr (1948-59), Paul Wig-
land ink several new players, but they also made several key trades to gin (1957-67), Walter Johnson (1965-76) and Eric Metcalf (1989-94) are the
newest members of the Cleveland Browns Legends based on the combined
help the continued improvement of the team. Below is a recap of the
voting of fans and 10-member panel. All four Legends were inducted at a special
Browns free agency activity:
ceremony at Cleveland Browns Stadium during the Browns home game vs. The
Name (Old team): How acquired New York Giants on October 13.
DL Corey Williams (Green Bay): Trade (2008 2nd round pick) The Browns created the Cleveland Browns Legends in 2001 to annually honor
• Played in 56 games for Green Bay and totaled 156 tackles former players who have made a major impact on the organization. Players
and 17 sacks. Has recorded seven sacks in each must have been on the Browns’ active roster for a minimum of five seasons. The
of the last two seasons. In 2007 with the Packers, Williams Cleveland Browns Legends were determined by fan balloting on the Browns’
played in all 16 games, including nine starts, and totaled a website – www.clevelandbrowns.com - (weighted 20%) along with voting by
career-high 51 tackles, seven sacks for 38 yards, one intercep- a 10-member Legends Panel (weighted 80%). Each of the Browns alumni in
tion for nine yards, three forced fumbles and one pass de- the Pro Football Hall of Fame were automatically inducted into the Cleveland
fended. Browns Legends.

DL Shaun Rogers (Detroit): Trade (CB Leigh Bodden and 2008 3rd round Warren Lahr – DB– 5’11 – 189 lbs – Years with Browns: 1948-59
pick) A staple in the defensive backfield for the Browns for 12 seasons, Warren Lahr
finished his storied career with 40 interceptions, landing him second on the all-
• Seven-year veteran with Detroit has appeared in 98 career time franchise list. In 1950, Lahr had his most prolific season as a cornerback,
games, including 96 starts, and totaled 447 tackles, including intercepting a career-best eight passes and ran back two picks for touchdowns.
296 solo and 29.5 sacks for 217.5 yards. Named to two Pro The Pennsylvania native followed his stellar 1950 season by returning two more
Bowls following the 2004 and 2005 seasons. Had a career-high interceptions for touchdowns in 1951 and started a streak of five seasons (1951-
7 sacks in 2007, starting all 16 games and adding 66 tackles 1955) where he recorded five interceptions. A graduate of Western Reserve,
and returning an interception 66 yards for a TD vs. Denver on Lahr ended his career with 530 interception return yards and five defensive
Nov. 4, 2007. touchdowns and cemented his place in Browns history. Lahr passed away on
WR Donte’ Stallworth (New England): UFA Jan. 19, 1969.

• Six-year NFL veteran who has played in 84 games with New Paul Wiggin – DE – 6’3 – 242 lbs – Years with Browns: 1957-67
Orleans, Philadelphia and New England and has totaled 279 re- Wiggin aided with the progression of the defensive end position as one of the
ceptions for 4,213 yards (15.1 avg.) and 31 touchdowns. Last most dominant players of his era on the end of the defensive line. A sixth-round
season with New England, Stallworth totaled 46 receptions for pick in the 1957 NFL draft out of Stanford University, Wiggin was a two-time
697 yards and three touchdowns. first-team All-America selection and was inducted into the college football Hall
of Fame in 2005. The durable Wiggin was the picture of endurance, playing in
OL Rex Hadnot (Miami): UFA every game for 11 seasons in Cleveland. Despite playing his entire career at
• Played in 63 games, including 55 starts, during his four-year defensive end, Wiggin recorded three career interceptions and returned his lone
career with the Miami Dolphins. During his career, Hadnot has interception in 1960, 20 yards for a touchdown. Born in Modesto, Calif., Wiggin
started 34 games at right guard, 19 games at center and two returned to his alma mater and coached for three years after a three-year stint
games at left guard. Hadnot started 16 games at right guard last as a coach with the Kansas City Chiefs.
season with the Dolphins.
Walter Johnson – DT – 6’4 – 275 lbs – Years with Browns: 1965-76
DB Terry Cousin (Jacksonville): UFA Nicknamed “Zoom” for his notorious quickness off the ball, Johnson was taken
by the Browns in the second round of 1965 NFL draft and went on to play every
• Eleven-year veteran who has played in 156 career games,
game of all of his 13 seasons in the league. Johnson teamed with DT Jerry
including 68 starts, with Chicago, Atlanta, Miami, Carolina, N.Y. Sherk to create one of the most dominant defensive tackle tandems of their time.
Giants and Jacksonville. Cousin has 533 career tackles, During his career, Johnson fronted a Browns defense that notched twenty or
12 interceptions, 6.5 sacks, 3 forced fumbles and 5 recovered more forced fumbles in every season he was on the team. Even as an interior
fumbles during his career. defensive lineman, Johnson corralled two interceptions during his storied career
LB Shantee Orr (Jacksonville): UFA and even broke off a 24-yard kickoff return playing special teams in 1972. Born
in Cincinnati, Ohio, Johnson attended Los Angeles State University and ended
• Split last season with Houston and Jacksonville and his NFL career having played in 182 games. Johnson passed away on June
appeared in a total of nine games, including two starts. 30, 1999.
Has appeared in 51 career games, including 25 starts.
Orr has totaled 89 career tackles and 10.5 sacks for Eric Metcalf – RB/KR – 5’10 – 188 lbs – Years with Browns: 1989-94
64.5 yards and has added 25 career tackles on special An explosive player at the University of Texas, Metcalf was selected by the Browns
teams. with the 13th overall pick in the 1989 NFL draft and made an immediate impact.
In his rookie season, Metcalf rushed for 633 yards and six touchdowns while also
reeling in 54 receptions for 397 yards and four scores. As a kick returner, Metcalf
Back with Browns was regarded as one of the most dangerous players with the ball as shown by
his 1,052 return yards in his second season, including two touchdowns one of
Phil Savage re-signed several key components that helped the Browns which came via a 101-yard kickoff return. As his versatility increased throughout
to a 10-6 record in 2007. The Browns signed QB Derek Anderson (thru his career, Metcalf earned back-to-back Pro Bowl selections in 1994 and 1995
2010), RB Jamal Lewis (thru 2010), S Nick Sorensen (thru 2010), OL before he was traded to the Atlanta Falcons. With 43 career touchdowns from
Seth McKinney (thru 2008), LB Kris Griffin (thru 2008) and FB Charles scrimmage and 12 more from kickoffs, the Seattle, Wash., native remains one of
Ali (thru 2008). the biggest playmakers in the history of the Browns organization.

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Coaching, Front OfFice and Draft Moves
cRENNEL GETS EXTENSION Browns promote Tucker
Romeo Crennel - Head Coach Mel Tucker - Defensive Coordinator
Romeo Crennel led the Browns to a 10-6 record in The Cleveland Browns named Mel Tucker defensive co-
2007, including a franchise best seven consecutive ordinator. In 2008, Tucker received a two-year contract
home wins, and witnessed six Browns selected to the extension and is signed through the 2010 season. Tuck-
Pro Bowl. Crennel was rewarded with a two-year con- er spent the last three seasons as the Browns defensive
tract extension (through 2011) on Jan. 29, 2008. Cren- backs coach under head coach Romeo Crennel.
nel’s 2007 team ranked 8th overall in offense and scor- Tucker, a Cleveland native, inherited a young second-
ing, as the Browns scored 402 points and totaled 5,621 ary in 2007 as the Browns ranked 24th in the league,
net yards of offense, as both rank third best in franchise allowing 230.1 yards passing per game. Tucker was re-
sponsible for the development of two young safeties in
history.
the secondary and tutoring youth at the corner position
Crennel was named head coach of the Cleveland
as well.
Browns on Feb. 8, 2005, the 11th full-time head coach
Tucker assisted in the development of two rookie
in franchise history. Crennel returned to Cleveland in 2005 after serving as the
draft choices who made an immediate impact in the Browns secondary. Second-
Browns defensive coordinator in 2000 and along with Phil Savage helped rebuild
round selection Eric Wright started 13 games at left corner and tied for second
the football operations. Crennel previously led the Browns to a respectable 6-10 on the team with 11 passes defended, while fifth-round pick Brandon McDonald
record in his first year as a head coach and added a 4-12 mark in 2006. His re- became a force in the second half of the season as the nickel defensive back
sume includes 38 years of coaching experience, including 27 years in the NFL. and tied Wright for second on the club with 11 passes defended.
Tucker previously served as defensive backs coach and co-defensive coor-
Savage Inks EXTENSION dinator for Ohio State University for four seasons (2001-04) and the defensive
backs coach at Louisiana State University for the 2000 season. Tucker began
Phil Savage - Senior Vice President/GM coaching as a graduate assistant at Michigan State in 1997 and 1998 before
Phil Savage was rewarded with a three-year contract taking the defensive backs coach position at Miami (Ohio) University in 1999.
extension (thru 2012) on May 2, 2008, following an ex-
citing 2007 season that witnessed the Browns improve
to 10-6, including a franchise best seven consecutive THE BROWNS ADD Five ON DRAFT DAY
home wins, and six Browns selected to the Pro Bowl.
The 2007 team ranked eighth overall in offense and Rd. Overall Name College Pos. Ht. Wt.
scoring, as the Browns scored 402 points and totaled 4a. 104 Beau Bell UNLV LB 6-1 250
5,621 net yards of offense, both marking third in fran- 4b. 111 Martin Rucker Missouri TE 6-4 260
chise history. 6a. 190 Ahtyba Rubin Iowa State DL 6-2 330
Savage was named Senior Vice President and Gen- 6b. 191 Paul Hubbard Wisconsin WR 6-2 225
eral Manager on Jan. 6, 2005. Savage, an 18-year vet- 7. 231 Alex Hall St. Augustine LB 6-5 250
eran of the NFL, is known throughout the NFL as one of the league’s top talent
evaluators. Savage implements the organizational strategy for football opera- Bell - During his collegiate career at UNLV, appeared in 41 games, including
tions and is responsible for all pro and college personnel acquisitions. Savage 26 starts, and collected 320 tackles, 186 solo, 10.5 sacks for 62 yards, 27 TFL,
works directly with Head Coach Romeo Crennel in determining goals and needs 5 PBU, 4 interceptions, 6 forced fumbles and 1 recovered fumble…His 320
for the team and arranging financial guidelines and parameters for contract ne- career tackles ranks second on the school’s all-time list (Adam Seward, 433,
gotiations and budgets. 2001-04) and fifth in Mountain West Conference annals.

Rucker - During his collegiate career at Missouri, started all 50 games and
Browns promote undlin totaled 203 receptions for 2,175 yards (10.7 avg.) and 18 TDs…Holds the
school career-record with 203 receptions…His 203 career receptions are the
Cory Undlin - Defensive Backs Coach most ever by a Big Twelve Conference tight end and also ranks eighth among
The Cleveland Browns named Cory Undlin as defensive receivers in Conference history.
backs coach. Undlin received a one-year contract ex-
tension and is signed through the 2009 season. Undlin Rubin - In 24 games at Iowa State, started 21 contests at nose guard and
spent the last three seasons as the Browns secondary recorded 76 tackles, 42 solo, with 2.5 sacks for 13 yards, 8 TFL, 1 PBU, 1
coach/assistant special teams coach under head coach recovered fumble and 1 forced fumble.
Romeo Crennel.
Undlin came to Cleveland from the New England *Hubbard - Former football walk-on who was known for his track exploits
Patriots, where he spent the 2004 season as the defen- when he arrived as a freshman…Played in 35 games, including 21 starts, dur-
sive assistant helping with the defensive backs. Undlin ing his collegiate career at Wisconsin…Recorded 53 receptions for 936 yards
was part of a Patriots team that won back-to-back Su- (17.7 avg.) and 5 TDs.
per Bowl championships and also won an NFL record
21 straight games. Hall - Appeared in 30 games, including 29 starts, at St. Augustine (Division II)
Before joining New England, Undlin spent two seasons assisting with the and holds the school career records with 26 sacks for 168 yards and 51 TFL…
defensive backs as a graduate assistant at Fresno State University (2002-03). Totaled 156 tackles, including 92 solo, 4 recovered fumbles, 1 forced fumble,
During those two seasons, Fresno State won back-to-back Silicon Valley Bowls 4 PBU and 11 QB pressures during his collegiate career.
by defeating Georgia Tech and UCLA, respectively.
Prior to Fresno State, Undlin spent four years at Cal Lutheran University as a *denotes player on practice squad
linebackers/defensive coordinator (1998-2002). Undlin played defensive back at
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Brady Quinn profile
BRADY QUINN
QUINN’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
#10
Quarterback PASSING ATTEMPTS: 36 at Buffalo 11/17/08
Height: 6-3 COMPLETIONS: 23 vs. Denver 11/6/08
Weight: 235 PASSING YARDS: 239 vs. Denver 11/6/08
College: Notre Dame PASSING TDs: 2 vs. Denver 11/6/08
Birthdate: Oct. 27, 1984 LONG PASS: 42 vs. Houston 11/23/08
How Acquired: D (1B) – ‘07 INTERCEPTIONS: 2 vs. Houston 11/23/08
Year with Browns: 2nd RUSH ATTEMPTS: 4 at Buffalo 11/17/08
Year in NFL: 2nd
RUSH YARDS: 18 at Buffalo 11/17/08
Games Played/Started: 2007 (1/0); 2008 (3/3). LONG RUSH: 12 Buffalo 11/17/08
Career Games: 4 games, 3 starts. COMPLETION: 65.7% vs. Denver 11/6/08
Postseason Games: 0 games, 0 starts. QB RATING: 104.3 vs. Denver 11/6/08
Career Transactions: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the first round, 22nd
overall, of the 2007 NFL Draft.
Career Highlights: Threw for 239 yards on 23-of-35 passing and two touch-
downs in his first NFL start on Nov. 6 against Denver... Made his NFL debut in
the regular season finale vs. San Francisco on Dec. 30, for one series and was Quinn Engineers First Career Win
3-of-8 passing for 45 yards.
QB Brady Quinn picked up his first career win as a starting quarterback with the
Browns 29-27 victory over Buffalo on Nov. 17. Quinn led the Browns on a 7-play
28 yard drive which resulted in K Phil Dawson’s 56-yard game winning field
Quinn shines in First NFL Start goal with 1:39 remaining. Quinn finished 14-of-36 for 185 yards.
In his first NFL start, QB Brady Quinn totaled 239 yards on 23-for-35 passing Quinn also engineered the longest drive of the season when he drove the
with two touchdowns against the Broncos on Nov. 6. Quinn posted a passer Browns 96 yards on 12 plays. On the drive, Quinn went 4-of-5 for 62 yards.
rating of 104.3 and completed 10 consecutive passes spanning the second and
WR/KR Joshua Cribbs capped off the drive with a two-yard TD plunge in the
third quarters. The second year pro connected with TE Kellen Winslow on a
second quarter.
third-and-goal from the five in the first quarter for his first career touchdown.
Quinn and Winslow hooked up again in the second quarter for a 16-yard touch-
down.

QUINN’S CAREER PASSING STATISTICS
(W-L) Yds. QB
Year Team GP GS Record Att Cmp Pct. Yds Yds/Att. TD Int Lg Sk Lost Rating
2007 Cleveland 1 0 0-0 8 3 37.5% 45 5.6 0 0 18 0 0 56.8
2008 Cleveland 3 3 1-2 89 45 50.6% 518 5.8 2 2 42 1 9 66.6
NFL Totals 4 3 1-2 (starter) 97 48 49.5% 563 5.8 2 2 42 1 9 65.8

2008 Offensive Game-By-Game Statistics
Date Opp. Comp Att. Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk Rat Result
9/7 DAL DNP DNP
9/14 PIT DNP DNP
9/21 at Balt DNP DNP
9/28 at Cin DNP DNP
10/13 NYG DNP DNP
10/19 at Wash DNP DNP
10/26 at Jac DNP DNP
11/2 BALT DNP DNP
11/6 DEN 23 35 239 65.7% 2 0 30 0 104.3 L, 30-34
11/17 at Buf 14 36 185 38.9% 0 0 23 1 55.9 W, 29-27
11/23 HOU 8 18 94 44.4% 0 2 42 0 21.3 L, 6-16
11/30 IND Reserve-Injured Reserve-Injured
12/7 at Ten
12/15 at Phi
12/21 CIN
12/28 at Pit
Totals 3 games 45 89 518 50.6% 2 2 42 1 66.6 1-2 (starter)

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Derek Anderson profile
DEREK ANDERSON
ANDERSON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
#3
Quarterback PASSING ATTEMPTS: 48 (2x) last at Cincinnati 12/23/07
Height: 6-6 COMPLETIONS: 29 (2x) last at Cincinnati 12/23/07
Weight: 230 PASSING YARDS: 364 vs. Seattle 11/4/07
College: Oregon State PASSING TDs: 5 vs. Cincinnati 9/16/07
Birthdate: June 15, 1983 LONG PASS: 78t vs. Baltimore 9/30/07
How Acquired: W (Balt.) – ‘05 INTERCEPTIONS: 4 (2x) last at Cincinnati 12/23/07
Year with Browns: 4th RUSH ATTEMPTS: 5 vs. Miami 10/14/07
Year in NFL: 4th
RUSH YARDS: 44 vs. Kansas City 12/3/06
Games Played/Started: 2005 (0/0); 2006 (5/3); 2007 (16/15); 2008 (10/9). LONG RUSH: 33 vs. Kansas City 12/3/06
Career Games: 31 games, 27 starts. COMPLETION: 72% (2x) last at STL 10/28/07
Postseason Games: 0 games, 0 starts. QB RATING: 143.0 at St. Louis 10/28/07
Career Transactions: Drafted by Baltimore in the sixth round, 213th overall,
in the 2005 NFL Draft…Waived by Baltimore on Sept. 20, 2005…Claimed by
Cleveland via waivers from Baltimore on Sept. 21, 2005... Signed by Cleveland
to a three-year contract on Feb. 29, 2008.
Career Highlights: Named to his first Pro Bowl and had a breakout season in
300-yard Passing Games (4)
2007 by passing for 29 TDs on 298-of-527 passing for 3,787 yards and a 82.5 Yards Date Opponent TD
QB rating…Tied a franchise mark with 5 TD passes in a 51-45 win over Cincin- 364 11/04/2007 vs. Seattle 0
nati on Sept. 16. 328 09/16/2007 vs. Cincinnati 5
310 10/13/2008 vs. NY Giants 2
Anderson Goes Bowling 304 12/02/2007 at Arizona 2

In 2007, Browns QB Derek Anderson became the first Cleveland quarter-
back named to a Pro Bowl since Bernie Kosar earned the nod in 1988. Ander-
son threw for a career-high 3,787 yards, including a career-best 364 yards in
the Browns Week Nine win over the Seahawks. Anderson ranked first among
QBs with 12.71 yards-per-completion average in 2007. Anderson racked up
29 passing TDs, which tied for the second most in a single season in franchise
history.

ANDERSON’S CAREER PASSING STATISTICS
(W-L) Yds. QB
Year Team GP GS Record Att Cmp Pct. Yds Yds/Att. TD Int Lg Sk Lost Rating
2005 Cleveland 0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0% 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
2006 Cleveland 5 3 0-3 117 66 56.4% 793 6.8 5 8 54 8 66 63.1
2007 Cleveland 16 15 10-5 527 298 56.5% 3,787 7.2 29 19 78t 14 109 82.5
2008 Cleveland 10 9 3-6 283 142 50.2% 1,616 5.7 9 8 70 14 87 66.5
NFL Totals 31 27 13-14 (starter) 927 506 54.6% 6,195 6.7 43 35 78t 36 262 75.1

2008 Offensive Game-By-Game Statistics
Date Opp. Comp Att. Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk Rat Result
9/7 DAL 11 24 114 45.8% 1 0 18 1 74.0 L, 10-28
9/14 PIT 18 32 166 56.3% 0 2 23 2 44.5 L, 6-10
9/21 at Balt 14 37 125 37.8% 1 3 19 4 22.9 L, 10-28
9/28 at Cin 15 24 138 62.5% 1 1 20 1 74.7 W, 20-12
10/13 NYG 18 29 310 62.0% 2 0 70 0 121.3 W, 35-14
10/19 at Wash 14 37 136 37.8% 1 0 20 1 57.9 L, 11-14
10/26 at Jac 14 27 246 51.9% 1 0 53 1 96.5 W, 23-17
11/2 BALT 17 33 219 51.1% 2 1 28 1 80.2 L, 27-37
11/6 DEN DNP DNP
11/17 at Buf DNP DNP
11/23 HOU 5 14 51 35.7% 0 1 18 0 17.3 -
11/30 IND 16 26 110 61.5% 0 0 20 3 71.0 L, 6-10
12/7 at Ten
12/15 at Phi
12/21 CIN
12/28 at Pit
Totals 10 games 142 283 1,616 50.2% 9 8 70 14 66.5 3-6 (starter)

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JAMAL LEWIS Profile
JAMAL LEWIS 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES (35)
31
Running Back Yards Date Opponent Yards Date Opponent
Height: 5-11 295 09/14/03 vs. Cleveland 125 12/14/03 at Oakland
216 09/16/07 vs. Cincinnati 121 12/01/02 at Cincinnati
Weight: 245
205 12/21/03 at Cleveland 119 10/20/02 vs. Jacksonville
College: Tennessee
187 10/06/02 at Cleveland 118 12/09/07 at New York Jets
Birth Date: Aug. 26, 1979 187 11/19/00 vs. Dallas 117 11/23/03 vs. Seattle
How Acquired: UFA (Balt.) – ’07 186 09/26/04 at Cincinnati 116 10/10/04 at Washington
Year with Browns: 2nd 180 12/07/03 vs. Cincinnati 116 09/24/00 vs. Cincinnati
Year in NFL: 9th 170 11/26/00 vs. Cleveland 115 09/28/03 vs. Kansas City
167 01/02/05 vs. Miami 114 12/28/03 vs. Pittsburgh
Games Played Started: 2000 (16/13, 4/3); 2001 (0/0, 0/0); 2002 (16/15); 2003 (16/16, 1/1); 163 12/16/07 vs. Buffalo 113 11/27/05 at Cincinnati
2004 (12/12); 2005 (15/15); 2006 (16/16, 1/1); 2007 (15/15); 2008 (12/12). 135 11/10/02 vs. Cincinnati 111 11/09/03 at St. Louis
134 11/25/07 vs. Houston 109 12/17/06 vs. Cleveland
Career Totals: 118 games, 114 starts
134 10/26/03 vs. Denver 109 10/29/06 at New Orleans
Postseason Totals: 6 games, 5 starts 132 09/21/03 at San Diego 109 11/05/00 at Cincinnati
Career Transactions: Originally drafted by Baltimore in the first round, 5th overall, in the 131 10/12/03 at Arizona 105 12/19/05 vs. Green Bay
2000 NFL Draft…Signed by Cleveland as an unrestricted free agent on March 7, 2007... 130 12/19/04 at Indianapolis 101 10/19/03 at Cincinnati
Signed by Cleveland to a three-year contract on Feb. 21, 2008. 128 12/30/07 vs. San Francisco 100 12/22/02 vs. Cleveland
126 12/17/00 at Arizona Denotes as member of Browns
Career Highlights: A nine-year veteran who 24th on the NFL career rushing list…Set the sin-
gle-game NFL rushing record with 295 yards vs. Cleveland on Sept. 14, 2003…His 387 carries
and 2,066 yards in 2003 were both Baltimore Ravens franchise records…Earned Football Digest
an impressive engagement
Comeback Player of the Year in 2002…In 2000, joined Tony Dorsett as one of only two rookies to Browns RB Jamal Lewis went over the 1,000-yard plateau for the 2007 season in the
run for over 1,000 yards for the eventual Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens, and added 338 Browns Week 15 win over the Bills, becoming the eighth Browns RB to rush for 1,000
yards and 4 TDs in four postseason games in 2000. yards in a season and marking the 21st time in Browns history that a RB has rushed
for 1,000 yards or more. He finished the 2007 campaign with his fifth 100-yard perfor-
LEWIS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS mance of the season, gaining 128 yards in the Browns Week 17 win over the 49ers to
RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 34 vs. Miami 1/2/05 finish the year with 1,304 rushing yards, the fifth highest total in the NFL in 2007.
RUSHING YARDS: 295 vs. Cleveland 12/21/03
LONG RUSH: 82t vs. Cleveland 9/14/03 NFL LEADING RUSHERS IN 2007
RUSHING TDS: 4 vs. Seattle 11/4/07 PLAYER TEAM YARDS
RECEPTIONS: 7 at Indianapolis 10/13/02 1. LaDainian Tomlinson SD 1,474
RECEIVING YARDS: 108 vs. New Orleans 12/8/02 2. Adrian Peterson Min. 1,341
LONG RECEPTION: 77t vs. New Orleans 12/8/02 3. Brian Westbrook Phi. 1,333
RECEIVING TDS: 1 (4x) last at New York Jets 12/9/07 4. Willie Parker Pit. 1,316
5. JAMAL LEWIS CLE 1,304

CAREER OFFENSIVE Statistics
RUSHING RECEIVING
Year Team GP GS Att Yds Avg Lg TD No Yds Avg Lg TD
2000 Baltimore 16 13 309 1,364 4.4 45 6 27 296 11.0 45 0
2001 Baltimore 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
2002 Baltimore 16 15 308 1,327 4.3 75 6 47 442 9.4 77t 1
2003 Baltimore 16 16 387 2,066 5.3 82t 14 26 205 7.9 26 0
2004 Baltimore 12 12 235 1,006 4.3 75t 7 10 116 11.6 46 0
2005 Baltimore 15 15 269 906 3.4 25 3 32 191 6.0 15t 1
2006 Baltimore 16 16 314 1,132 3.6 52 9 18 115 6.4 15 0
2007 Cleveland 15 15 298 1,304 4.4 66t 9 30 248 8.3 34 2
2008 Cleveland 12 12 219 793 3.6 29 4 18 161 8.9 18 0
NFL Totals 118 114 2,339 9,898 4.2 82t 58 208 1,774 8.5 77t 4

2008 Offensive Game-By-Game Statistics
RUSHING RECEIVING
Date Team Att Yds Avg Lg TD No Yds Avg Lg TD
9/7 DAL 13 62 4.8 24 0 1 14 14.0 14 0
9/14 PIT 19 38 2.0 8 0 3 28 9.3 13 0
9/21 at Balt 12 56 4.7 14 0 3 21 7.0 9 0
9/28 at Cin 25 79 3.2 18 1 2 15 7.5 9 0
10/13 NYG 21 88 4.2 13 1 1 4 4.0 4 0
10/19 at Wash 19 80 4.2 22 0 1 18 18.0 18 0
10/26 at Jac 20 81 4.1 19 1 1 7 7.0 7 0
11/2 BALT 19 49 2.6 7 0 1 13 13.0 13 0
11/6 DEN 19 60 3.2 29 1 2 24 12.0 18 0
11/17 at Buf 18 65 3.6 16 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
11/23 HOU 10 58 5.8 16 0 2 10 5.0 6 0
111/30 IND 24 77 3.2 15 0 1 7 7.0 7 0
12/7 at Ten
12/15 at Phi
12/21 CIN
12/28 at Pit
Totals 12 games 219 793 3.6 29 4 18 161 8.9 18 0

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KELLEN WINSLOW Profile
KELLEN WINSLOW
80
100-yard Receiving Games (4)
Tight End Yards Date Opponent Rec. TD
Height: 6-4 125 11/04/2007 vs. Seattle 11 0
Weight: 250 111 11/06/2008 vs. Denver 10 2
College: Miami (Fla.) 107 11/25/2007 vs. Houston 10 1
Birthdate: July 21, 1983 100 09/16/2007 vs. Cincinnati 6 1
How Acquired: D(1) – ‘04
Year with Browns: 5th
Year in NFL: 5th

Games Played/Started: 2004 (2/2); 2005 (0/0); 2006 (16/16); 2007 (16/14), 2008 (10/8).
A TIE WITH OZZIE
Career Games: 44 games, 40 starts In 2006, TE Kellen Winslow tied Hall of Fame tight end Ozzie Newsome for first
Postseason Games: 0 games, 0 starts place on Cleveland’s single-season receptions list with 89 catches for the year.
Career Transactions: Drafted by Cleveland in the first round, sixth overall, in the 2004 Newsome recorded 89 receptions in 1983 and ’84. Winslow led all NFL tight
NFL Draft. ends in receptions and was third in receiving yards (875) among his position.
Career Highlights: Named to the Pro Bowl in 2007 after a career-high 1,106 yards and
5 TDs on 82 receptions…In 2006 led all NFL tight ends and ranked ninth in the league
with 89 receptions…Recorded a career-high 89 receptions in 2006, tying Hall of Fame tight
end Ozzie Newsome (1983, 1984) for the franchise mark for most receptions in a single-
BIG PLay K
season. Browns TE Kellen Winslow continued to impress and to stack up big numbers
from the TE position in 2007. Winslow had at least four catches in 13 of the
WINSLOW’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Browns 16 games in 2007.
RECEPTIONS: 11 (3x) last vs. Seattle 11/4/07
RECEIVING YARDS: 125 vs. Seattle 11/4/07 In the Browns Week Two win over the Bengals, he had the first 100-yard receiv-
RECEIVING TDS: 2 vs. Denver 11/6/08 ing performance of his career, before matching a career-high with 11 receptions
LONG RECEPTION: 49 vs. Baltimore 9/30/07 for a career-high 125 yards in the Browns Week Nine win over the Seahawks.
Winslow later hauled in 10 passes, the fourth 10+-reception game of his career
and contributed 107 yards, the third 100-yard receiving day of his career in the
Browns Week 12 victory over the Texans.

WINSLOW’S CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS In the Browns Week 16 contest with the Bengals, Winslow broke the 1,000-yard
barrier, doing so for the first time in his career, before adding 62 yards in the
RECEIVING Week 17 victory over the 49ers to finish the season with 1,106 receiving yards,
Year Team GP GS No Yds Avg Lg TD the third highest single season total in franchise history.
2004 Cleveland 2 2 5 50 10.0 21 0
2005 Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 Winslow’s 1,106 receiving yards ranked him third amongst NFL TEs in 2007.
2006 Cleveland 16 16 89 875 9.8 40 3 RECEIVING YARDS OF TEs IN 2007
2007 Cleveland 16 14 82 1,106 13.5 49 5 PLAYER TEAM YARDS
2008 Cleveland 10 8 43 418 10.0 30 3 Tony Gonzalez KC 1,172
NFL Totals 44 40 219 2,459 11.2 49 11 Jason Witten Dal. 1,145
KELLEN WINSLOW CLE 1,106

Winslow had at least one catch of 20+ yards in 10 of the Browns 16 games in
2007 and led all TEs in that category. Winslow also added a career-long 49-yard
WINSLOW’S 2008 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS reception against the Ravens in Week Four. In 2006, Winslow had 11 catches of
20 yards or more, ranking fourth amongst NFL TEs.
Date Opp No. Yds Avg. Lg TD # OF GAINS OF 20+ YARDS BY NFL TEs IN 2007
9/7 DAL 5 47 9.4 17 1 PLAYER TEAM GAINS OF 20+
9/14 PIT 7 55 7.9 19 0 KELLEN WINSLOW CLE 17
9/21 at Balt 2 14 7.0 10 0 Tony Gonzalez KC 15
9/28 at Cin 5 54 10.8 20 0 Antonio Gates SD 14
10/13 NYG INACTIVE INACTIVE
In addition, Winslow’s 13.5 yards-per-catch average ranked him first amongst
10/19 at Wash 2 17 8.5 9 0 NFL TEs in 2007. Winslow’s 82 receptions ranked third among NFL TEs in
10/26 at Jac INACTIVE INACTIVE 2007.
11/2 BALT 5 64 12.8 20 0
11/6 DEN 10 111 11.1 30 2 AVG. YARDS PER CATCH AMONGST NFL TEs (minimum 25 receptions)
11/17 at Buf 3 40 13.3 16 0 PLAYER TEAM NO. AVG.
11/23 HOU 1 11 11.0 11 0 KELLEN WINSLOW CLE 82 13.5
Antonio Gates SD 75 13.1
11/30 IND 3 15 5.0 5 0 Desmond Clark Chi. 44 12.4
12/7 at Ten
12/15 at Phi
12/21 CIN
12/28 at Pit
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BRAYLON EDWARDS Profile
BRAYLON EDWARDS
17 Edwards in the endzone
Wide Receiver
Height: 6-3
Browns WR Braylon Edwards, with 16 touchdown catches last season, set a
Weight: 215 Browns franchise-record for TD catches in a single season. His 16 TD grabs
College: Michigan also ranked second in the NFL in 2007.
Birthdate: Feb. 21, 1983
How Acquired: D(1) – ‘05 MOST RECEIVING TDs IN A SINGLE SEASON BY A BROWNS WR
Year with Browns: 4th PLAYER YEAR TDs
Year in NFL: 4th BRAYLON EDWARDS 2007 16
Gary Collins 1963 13
Games Played/Started: 2005 (10/7); 2006 (16/15); 2007 (16/16); 2008 (12/12). Paul Warfield, G. Collins 1968, 1966 12
Career Totals: 54 games, 50 starts NFL LEADERS IN RECEIVING TDs
Postseason Totals: 0 games, 0 starts PLAYER TEAM TDs
Career Transactions: Drafted by Cleveland in the first round, third overall, in the 2005 NFL Randy Moss NE 23
Draft. BRAYLON EDWARDS CLE 16
Terrell Owens Dal. 15
Career Highlights: Named to the Pro Bowl following a breakout 2007 season where he set
a career-high in all four offensive categories—80 receptions, 1,289 yards, 16.1 avg. and 16 Edwards set a franchise record for receiving TDs in a season (Gary Collins,
TDs…Set a franchise single-season record with 1,289 receiving yards and 16 TDs…Set a 1963) with his 14th and 15th TD grabs of the season in the Browns Week 16
career-high 3 TDs vs. Miami on Oct. 14, 2007…In 2006, led the team with 884 yards receiv- contest with the Bengals, before finishing the season with one final TD grab in
ing and 6 TDs…Recorded his first TD reception on an 80-yard TD reception at Green Bay the victory over the 49ers in Week 17, increasing his franchise record to 16. Ed-
on Sept. 18, 2005, and finished with 3 receptions for 107 yards. wards also matched his career-high with eight receptions in the Week 16 game
EDWARDS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS with the Bengals, the fourth time he hauled in eight passes in a game in 2007.
RECEPTIONS: 8 (5x) last at Buffalo 11/17/08
RECEIVING YARDS: 154 vs. NY Giants 10/13/08
RECEIVING TDS:
LONG RECEPTION:
3 vs Miami 10/14/07
80t at Green Bay 9/18/05
DYNAMIC DUO
RUSH ATTEMPTS: 1 (3x) last at Houston 12/31/06 Browns WR Braylon Edwards and TE Kellen Winslow became the first duo in
RUSH YARDS: 8 at San Diego 11/5/06 Browns history to each record 1,000 yards receiving in the same season.
“The opposing defense has to pick their poison, double either myself or Braylon,”
100-yard Receiving Games (10) said Winslow. “Braylon is good to have as a catalyst on this offense because
Yards Date Opponent Rec. TD he is getting open and beating his man. Opposing defenses have to account for
154 10/13/2008 vs. NY Giants 5 1 both of us on the field and then it creates opportunities for other players.”
149 12/02/2007 at Arizona 7 1 Edwards became the sixth receiver in Browns history to eclipse the 1,000-yard
146 09/16/2007 vs. Cincinnati 8 2 mark in a single season, setting the franchise record for most receiving yards
137 11/16/2006 vs. Pittsburgh 7 0 in a single season. Winslow joined Edwards as the seventh Browns receiver to
117 10/28/2007 at St. Louis 8 2 eclipse the 1,000-yard mark in a season.
116 09/24/2006 vs. Baltimore 5 1 BROWNS 1,000-YARD RECEIVERS IN A SINGLE SEASON
110 10/07/2007 at New England 6 0 PLAYER YEAR YARDS
110 09/17/2006 at Cincinnati 4 0 BRAYLON EDWARDS 2007 1,289
107 09/18/2005 at Green Bay 3 1 Webster Slaughter 1989 1,236
104 11/17/2008 at Buffalo 8 0 KELLEN WINSLOW 2007 1,106
Kevin Johnson 2001 1,097
EDWARDS’ 2008 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Paul Warfield
Antonio Bryant
1968
2005
1,067
1,009
RECEIVING RUSHING Ozzie Newsome 1981 1,002
Ozzie Newsome 1984 1,001
Date Opp No. Yds Avg. Lg TD No. Yds. Avg. Lg. TD
9/7 DAL 2 14 7.0 12 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 The Browns duo had the fourth-most combined total receiving yards in the NFL
in 2007.
9/14 PIT 3 32 10.7 13 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
9/21 at Balt 3 27 9.0 17 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 RECEIVERS/YARDS TEAM YDS.
R. Moss (1,493), W. Welker (1,175) NE 2,668
9/28 at Cin 3 22 7.3 12 1 0 0 0.0 0 0
C. Johnson (1,440), Houshmandzadeh (1,143) Cin. 2,583
10/13 NYG 5 154 30.8 70 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 T. Owens (1,355), J. Witten (1,145) Dal. 2,500
10/19 at Wash 4 58 14.5 20 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 EDWARDS (1,289), WINSLOW (1,106) CLE 2,395
10/26 at Jac 2 64 32.0 43 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
11/2 BALT 4 86 21.5 28 1 0 0 0.0 0 0
11/6 DEN
11/17 at Buf
1 15
8 104
15.0
13.0
15 0
23 0
0
0
0
0
0.0 0
0.0 0
0
0
EDWARDS’ CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
11/23 HOU 5 85 17.0 42 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 RECEIVING
11/30 IND 2 36 18.0 20 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 Year Team GP GS No Yds Avg Lg TD
12/7 at Ten 2005 Cleveland 10 7 32 512 16.0 80t 3
12/15 at Phi 2006 Cleveland 16 15 61 884 14.5 75 6
12/21 CIN 2007 Cleveland 16 16 80 1,289 16.1 78t 16
12/28 at Pit 2008 Cleveland 12 12 42 697 16.6 70 3
Tot.12 games 42 697 16.6 70 3 0 0 0.0 0 0 NFL Totals 54 50 215 3,382 15.7 80t 28

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Joshua Cribbs Profile
JOSHUA CRIBBS Cribbs Having Special Season
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Wide Receiver/Kick Returner WR/KR Joshua Cribbs leads the Browns with 21 special teams tackles. He
Height: 6-1 also leads in punt (190) and kickoff (865) return yards. In 2007, Cribbs was the
Weight: 215 only player in the NFL to lead his team in kickoff return yards, punt return yards
College: Kent State and special teams tackles.
Birthdate: June 9, 1983
How Acquired: FA – ‘05 CRIBBS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
Year with Browns: 4th RECEPTIONS: 4 vs. Denver 10/22/06
Year in NFL: 4th RECEIVING YARDS: 32 vs. Denver 10/22/06
RECEIVING TDS: 1 at Washington 10/19/08
Games Played/Started: 2005 (14/0); 2006 (16/1); 2007 (16/2); 2008 (11/0). LONG RECEPTION: 14 vs. NYJ 10/29/06
RUSH ATTEMPTS: 3 vs. Denver 11/6/08
Career Totals: 56 games, 3 starts RUSH YARDS: 48 vs. Denver 11/6/08
Postseason Totals: 0 games, 0 starts RUSH TDS: 1 at Buffalo 11/17/08
KICKOFF RETURNS: 7 (2x) last vs. Baltimore 11/2/08
Career Transactions: Signed as an undrafted free agent by Cleveland on April 29, 2005…
KICKOFF RETURN YARDS: 245 at Baltimore 11/18/07
Signed by Cleveland to a six-year contract extension on Nov. 3, 2006. LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN: 100t at Pittsburgh 11/11/07
Career Highlights: In 2007, named to the Pro Bowl as the AFC’s special teamer…Is the KICKOFF RETURN TD: 1 (5x) last vs. Baltimore 11/2/08 (92t)
franchise career leader in kickoff returns, kickoff return yards and kickoff return TDs…Added PUNT RETURNS: 4 vs. San Francisco 12/30/07
three returns for TDs in 2007, including a 99-yard kickoff return at Oakland on Sept. 23, a LONG PUNT RETURN: 76t vs. San Francisco 12/30/07
100-yard kickoff return at Pittsburgh on Nov. 11, and a 76-yard punt return vs. San Francisco PUNT RETURN YARDS: 135 vs. San Francisco 12/30/07
on Dec. 30…Recorded his first career TD on a 90-yard kickoff return vs. Detroit on Oct. 23, PUNT RETURN TD: 76t vs. San Francisco 12/30/07
2005.

CRIBBS’ 2008 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS CRIBBS’ 2008 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
RECEIVING RUSHING KICKOFF RETURN PUNT RETURN
Date Opp No. Yds Avg. Lg TD No. Yds. Avg. Lg. TD Date Opp No. Yds Avg. Lg TD No. Yds. Avg. Lg. TD
9/7 DAL INACTIVE INACTIVE 9/7 DAL INACTIVE INACTIVE
9/14 PIT 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 5 5.0 5 0 9/14 PIT 1 22 22.0 22 0 5 44 8.8 12 0
9/21 at Balt 1 17 17.0 17 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 9/21 at Balt 3 52 17.3 24 0 2 24 12.0 12 0
9/28 at Cin 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 9/28 at Cin 1 44 44.0 44 0 2 10 5.0 7 0
10/13 NYG 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 12 12.0 12 0 10/13 NYG 1 22 22.0 22 0 1 3 3.0 3 0
10/19 at Wash 1 1 1.0 1 1 1 2 2.0 2 0 10/19 at Wash 2 46 23.0 24 0 5 48 9.6 17 0
10/26 at Jac 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 10/26 at Jac 3 78 26.0 38 0 1 5 5.0 5 0
11/2 BALT 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 11/2 BALT 7 237 33.9 92t 1 3 41 13.7 32 0
11/6 DEN 0 0 0.0 0 0 3 48 16.0 27 0 11/6 DEN 5 135 27.0 43 0 1 5 5.0 5 0
11/17 at Buf 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 2 2.0 2 1 11/17 at Buf 3 64 21.3 26 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
11/23 HOU 0 0 0.0 0 0 2 6 3.0 4 0 11/23 HOU 4 104 26.0 34 0 2 10 5.0 7 0
11/30 IND 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 11/30 IND 3 61 20.3 22 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
12/7 at Ten 12/7 at Ten
12/15 at Phi 12/15 at Phi
12/21 CIN 12/21 CIN
12/28 at Pit 12/28 at Pit
Totals 11 gms. 2 18 9.0 17 1 11 75 6.8 27 1 Totals 11 gms. 33 865 26.2 92t 1 22 190 8.6 32 0

CAREER OFFENSIVE Statistics
RECEIVING RUSHING
Year Team GP GS Att Yds Avg Lg TD No Yds Avg Lg TD
2005 Cleveland 14 0 1 7 7.0 7 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
2006 Cleveland 16 1 10 91 9.1 14 0 2 11 5.5 9 0
2007 Cleveland 16 2 3 37 12.3 18 0 9 61 6.8 18 0
2008 Cleveland 11 0 2 18 9.0 17 1 11 75 6.8 27 1
NFL Totals 55 3 16 153 9.6 18 1 22 147 6.7 27 1

CAREER Special Teams Statistics
KICKOFF RETURNS PUNT RETURNS SPECIAL TEAMS
Year Team Att Yds Avg Lg TD No FC Yds Avg Lg TD Tackles
2005 Cleveland 45 1,094 24.3 90t 1 1 0 5 5.0 5 0 19
2006 Cleveland 61 1,494 24.5 92t 1 6 1 51 9.2 34 0 25
2007 Cleveland 59 1,809 30.7 100t 2 30 10 405 13.5 76t 1 23
2008 Cleveland 33 865 26.2 92t 1 22 5 190 8.6 32 0 21
NFL Totals 198 5,201 26.3 100t 5 61 16 651 10.7 76t 1 88

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Donte’ Stallworth Profile Shaun Rogers Profile
DONTE’ STALLWORTH SHAUN ROGERS
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Wide Receiver Defensive Line
Height: 6-0 Height: 6-4
Weight: 200 Weight: 350
College: Tennessee College: Texas
Birthdate: Nov. 10, 1980 Birthdate: March 12, 1979
How Acquired: URF (N.E.) - ‘08 How Acquired: Tr. (Det.) - ‘08
Year with Browns: 1st Year with Browns: 1st
Year in NFL: 7th Year in NFL: 8th

Games Played/Started: 2002 (13/7); 2003 (11/3); 2004 (16/10); 2005 (16/13); 2006 (12/11, Games Played/Started: 2001 (16/16); 2002 (14/12); 2003 (16/16); 2004 (16/16); 2005
2/2); 2007 (16/9, 3/0); 2008 (7/6). (14/14); 2006 (6/6); 2007 (16/16), 2008 (12/12).
Career Totals: 91 games, 59 starts Career Totals: 110 games, 108 starts
Postseason Totals: 5 games, 2 starts Postseason Totals: 0 games, 0 starts
Career Transactions: Selected by New Orleans in the first round, 13th overall, in the 2002 Career Transactions: Originally drafted by Detroit in the second round, 61st overall, in the
NFL Draft…Acquired by Philadelphia via trade from New Orleans on Aug. 28, 2006 for LB 2001 NFL Draft…Traded by Detroit to Cleveland for DB Leigh Bodden and the Browns 2008
Mark Simoneau and a conditional 4th round pick in the 2007 NFL Draft…Signed by New third round draft choice on March 1, 2008…Signed by Cleveland to a six-year contract on
England as an unrestricted free agent on March 13, 2007…Signed by Cleveland as an un- March 4, 2008.
restricted free agent on March 1, 2008.
Career Highlights: Entered 2008 with 447 total tackles, including 296 solo and 29.5 sacks
Career Highlights: Entered 2008 having played in 84 games, including 53 starts with New for 217.5 yards…Named to two Pro Bowls following the 2004 and 2005 seasons…Had a
Orleans, Philadelphia and New England and totaled 279 receptions for 4,213 yards (15.1 career-high 7 sacks in 2007 and returned an interception 66 yards for a TD vs. Denver on
avg.) and 31 TDs…Had a career-high 70 receptions for 945 yards with New Orleans in Nov. 4, 2007…Has made an impact on special teams throughout his career and has blocked
2005. 12 kicks, including 11 field goal attempts and 1 PAT.
STALLWORTH’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
RECEPTIONS: 10 vs Denver 11/21/04 ROGERS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
RECEIVING YARDS: 141 (2x) last at Houston 9/10/06 TACKLES: 11 vs. Tennessee 10/21/01
RECEIVING TDS: 2 at New England 11/20/05 SACKS: 2.5 vs. Denver 11/4/07
LONG RECEPTION: 84t vs Washington 11/12/06 FORCED FUMBLES: 1 (4x) last vs. Atlanta 11/24/05
RUSH ATTEMPTS: 1 (12x) last vs Cleveland 10/7/07 RECOVERED FUMBLES: 2 at Green Bay 11/10/02
RUSH YARDS: 26 at Atlanta 11/28/04 INTERCEPTIONS: 1 vs. Denver 11/4/07 (returned 66 yards for TD)
BLOCKED FIELD GOALS: 2 at San Francisco 11/4/01

100-yard Receiving Games (13)
Yards Opponent Date Rec. TD Yards Opponent Date Rec. TD
141 at Houston 9/10/06 6 1 113 at Dallas 12/12/04 5 0 Rogers Wins Player of the Week Honor
141 vs. N.Y. Giants 9/19/05 8 0 113 vs. S.F. 9/19/04 9 1
DL Shaun Rogers was named the GMC Sierra Defensive Player of the Week for
139 vs. Washington 11/12/06 6 1 111 vs. Carolina 12/4/06 4 1
Week 8. Rogers led the Browns’ defensive effort with five tackles, one sack and
136 at Dallas 10/14/07 7 1 111 at Cincinnati 12/22/02 6 1
a fourth-quarter blocked field goal attempt as Cleveland beat the Jacksonville
129 at Green Bay 10/9/05 8 0 102 vs. Carolina 12/18/05 5 1
Jaguars 23 -17 on Oct. 26.
122 vs. Denver 11/21/04 10 1 101 at Seattle 9/7/03 8 0
114 vs. Dallas 12/28/03 3 1

STALLWORTH’S 2008 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS ROGERS’ 2008 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
RECEIVING RUSHING TACKLES Sacks Int’s Fumbles Tackles for
Date Opp No. Yds Avg. Lg TD No. Yds. Avg. Lg. TD Date Opp Total S A No/Yds No/Yds PBU Rec./For. Loss
9/7 DAL Did Not Play Did Not Play 9/7 DAL 4 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
9/14 PIT INACTIVE INACTIVE 9/14 PIT 8 3 3 1/6 0/0 0 0/0 2
9/21 at Balt INACTIVE INACTIVE 9/21 at Balt 5 4 1 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
9/28 at Cin INACTIVE INACTIVE 9/28 at Cin 5 5 0 1/5 0/0 0 0/0 0
10/13 NYG 2 19 9.5 13 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 10/13 NYG 2 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
10/19 at Wash 2 24 12.0 18 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 10/19 at Wash 8 4 4 .5/3 0/0 0 0/0 0
10/26 at Jac 3 13 4.3 5 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 10/26 at Jac 5 4 1 1/7 0/0 0 0/0 0
11/2 BALT INACTIVE INACTIVE 11/2 BALT 8 4 0 1/6 0/0 0 0/0 4
11/6 DEN 4 48 12.0 19 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 11/6 DEN 3 2 1 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
11/17 at Buf 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 -4 -4.0 -4 0 11/17 at Buf 7 5 1 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 1
11/23 HOU 1 18 18.0 18 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 11/23 HOU 1 0 1 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0
11/30 IND 1 4 4.0 4 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 11/30 IND 6 5 1 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
12/7 at Ten 12/7 at Ten
12/15 at Phi 12/15 at Phi
12/21 CIN 12/21 CIN
12/28 at Pit 12/28 at Pit
Totals 7 games 13 126 9.7 19 1 1 -4 -4.0 -4 0 Totals 12 gms. 62 42 13 4.5/27 0/0 2 0/0 7

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Shaun Smith Profile Corey Williams Profile
SHAUN SMITH COREY WILLIAMS
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Defensive Line Defensive Line
Height: 6-2 Height: 6-4
Weight: 325 Weight: 320
College: South Carolina College: Arkansas State
Birthdate: Aug. 19, 1981 Birthdate: Aug. 17, 1980
How Acquired: RFA (Cin.) - ‘07 How Acquired: Tr. (G.B.) - ‘08
Year with Browns: 2nd Year with Browns: 1st
Year in NFL: 5th Year in NFL: 5th

Games Played/Started: 2003 (0/0); 2004 (8/2); 2005 (13/5, 1/0); 2006 (13/0); 2007 (15/10), Games Played/Started: 2004 (12/0, 1/0); 2005 (12/0); 2006 (16/11); 2007 (16/9, 2/2), 2008
2008 (8/6). (12/12).
Career Totals: 57 games, 23 starts Career Totals: 68 games, 32 starts
Postseason Totals: 1 games, 0 starts Postseason Totals: 3 games, 2 starts
Career Transactions: Signed by Dallas as an undrafted rookie free agent on May 1, Career Transactions: Originally selected by Green Bay in the sixth round, 179th overall,
2003…Waived by Dallas on Aug. 31, 2003…Signed by Dallas to the practice squad on Sept. in the 2004 NFL Draft…Traded by Green Bay to Cleveland for the Browns 2008 second-
1, 2003…Waived by Dallas on Aug. 31, 2004…Claimed by Arizona via waivers on Sept. 1, round draft choice on Feb. 29, 2008… Signed by Cleveland to a six-year contract on Feb.
2004…Waived by Arizona on Sept. 6, 2004…Signed by New Orleans to the practice squad 29, 2008.
on Sept. 7…Signed by New Orleans to the active roster on Sept. 18, 2004…Waived by New
Orleans on Nov. 30, 2004…Claimed by Cincinnati via waivers on Dec. 1, 2004…Signed by Career Highlights: Versatile defensive lineman has played in 56 games and has totaled
Cleveland as an unrestricted free agent on March 16, 2007. 156 tackles and 17 sacks…Recorded a career-high 7 sacks and 51 tackles for the Packers
in 2007…Recorded a career-high 7 sacks for Green Bay in 2006…Recorded a career-high
Career Highlights: Entered 2008 having played in 49 career games, including 17 starts
3 sacks at Buffalo on Nov. 5, 2006.
with New Orleans, Cincinnati and Cleveland with 137 career tackles…Had a career-high 63
tackles and 2 sacks with Cleveland in 2007.
WILLIAMS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
S. SMITH’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS TACKLES: 9 vs. Pittsburgh 9/14/08
TACKLES: 8 (2x) last vs. Buffalo 12/16/07 SACKS: 3 at Buffalo 11/5/06
SACKS: 1 (2x) last at Pittsburgh 11/11/07 FORCED FUMBLE: 2 vs. Carolina 11/18/07
FORCED FUMBLES: 1 (2x) last vs. Indianapolis 11/30/08 RECOVERED FUMBLE: 1 (2x) last at Cincinnati 9/28/08
INTERCEPTION: 1 at N.Y. Giants 9/16/07

Smith Has Career Year with Browns Williams Sets an Early Tone
DL Shaun Smith recorded a career high 63 tackles in his first season as a Against the Steelers on Sept. 14, DL Corey Williams posted a career-high
member of the Cleveland Browns during the 2007 campaign. Smith also reg- nine tackles, including six solo and three assisted tackles, for the fifth-year pro.
istered his first two career sacks and finished with 4 QB pressures and one Williams led the team in tackles and also shared a sack with S Nick Sorensen
forced fumble. on a nine-yard sack of Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger. Since Romeo Cren-
nel brought the 3-4 defensive scheme to the Browns in 2005, Williams’ perfor-
mance marked only the fifth time since 2005 that a defensive lineman has either
led the club or tied for the lead in tackles in a game.

SMITH’S 2008 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS WILLIAMS’ 2008 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
TACKLES Sacks Int’s Fumbles Tackles for TACKLES Sacks Int’s Fumbles Tackles for
Date Opp Total S A No/Yds No/Yds PBU Rec./For. Loss Date Opp Total S A No/Yds No/Yds PBU Rec./For. Loss
9/7 DAL 3 1 2 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 9/7 DAL 3 3 0 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
9/14 PIT 3 3 0 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 9/14 PIT 9 6 3 .5/4.5 0/0 0 0/0 0
9/21 at Balt 4 3 1 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 9/21 at Balt 3 1 2 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0
9/28 at Cin 1 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 9/28 at Cin 3 1 2 0/0 0/0 0 1/0 0
10/13 NYG INACTIVE INACTIVE 10/13 NYG 3 0 3 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
10/19 at Wash INACTIVE INACTIVE 10/19 at Wash 2 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 1
10/26 at Jac INACTIVE INACTIVE 10/26 at Jac 1 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
11/2 BALT 3 1 2 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 11/2 BALT 3 2 1 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0
11/6 DEN 3 1 2 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 11/6 DEN 3 1 2 0/0 0/0 2 0/0 0
11/17 at Buf 7 6 1 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 11/17 at Buf 4 1 3 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
11/23 HOU INACTIVE INACTIVE 11/23 HOU 7 5 2 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
11/30 IND 6 2 4 0/0 0/0 0 0/1 0 11/30 IND 2 1 1 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
12/7 at Ten 12/7 at Ten
12/15 at Phi 12/15 at Phi
12/21 CIN 12/21 CIN
12/28 at Pit 12/28 at Pit
Totals 8 games 30 17 13 0/0 0/0 0 0/1 0 Totals 12 gms. 43 23 19 .5/4.5 0/0 4 1/0 1

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kamerion wimbley Profile d’qwell jackson Profile
KAMERION WIMBLEY D’QWELL JACKSON
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Linebacker
Linebacker
Height: 6-0
Height: 6-3
Weight: 240
Weight: 260
College: Maryland
College: Florida State
Birthdate: Sept. 26, 1983
Birthdate: Oct. 13, 1983
How Acquired: D2 – ‘06
How Acquired: D1 – ‘06
Year with Browns: 3rd
Year with Browns: 3rd
Year in NFL: 3rd
Year in NFL: 3rd
Games Played/Started: 2006 (13/13); 2007 (14/13), 2008
Games Played/Started: 2006 (16/15); 2007 (16/16), 2008 (12/12).
(12/12).
Career Games: 44 games, 43 starts
Career Totals: 39 games, 38 starts.
Postseason Games: 0 games, 0 starts
Postseason Totals: 0 games, 0 starts.
Career Transactions: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the first round, 13th overall, in the
Career Transactions: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the second round, 34th overall, in
2006 NFL Draft.
the 2006 NFL Draft.
Career Highlights: Set the Browns franchise rookie record with 11 sacks and ranked sec-
Career Highlights: Led the Browns with 114 tackles in 2007… In his rookie season, finished
ond in the NFL among rookies…Had a career-high 2 sacks at Oakland on Oct. 1, 2006, vs.
second on the team in tackles with 115…Posted a career-high 16 tackles at Carolina on
Tampa Bay on Dec. 24, 2006 and at Oakland on Sept. 23, 2007.
Oct. 8, 2006, and matched the total vs. Cincinnati on Nov. 26, 2006 and vs. NYG on Oct.
WIMBLEY’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS 13, 2008
TACKLES: 8 vs. N.Y. Jets 10/29/06
SACKS: 2 (3x) last at Oakland 9/23/07
QB PRESSURES: 3 vs. Baltimore 9/24/06 JACKSON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
RECOVERED FUMBLE: 1 (3x) last at Baltimore 12/17/06 TACKLES: 16 (3x) last vs. NYG 10/13/08
FORCED FUMBLES: 1 (4x) last at Cincinnati 9/28/08 PBU: 2 vs. Baltimore 9/30/07
INTERCEPTIONS: 1 vs. Houston 11/25/07; at Baltimore 9/21/08

wonderful Wimbley
In 2007, Browns LB Kamerion Wimbley compiled the third two-sack game of HITTING A WALL
his career (at Oak. 9/23/07; vs. TB 12/24/06; at Oak. 10/1/06) with two sacks at
Oakland in Week Three. He added his third sack of 2007 in the Browns Week LB D’Qwell Jackson led the team with 114 tackles* (78 solo, 33 assisted, 3TFL)
Six victory over the Dolphins, his fourth of the 2007 season in the Week 11 win in 2007, including a season-high 12 tackles* (9 solo, 3 assisted) in the Week 14,
24-18 win against the Jets. DB Sean Jones (47 solo, 56 assisted, 2 TFL) had
over the Ravens and his fifth in the Week 14 victory over the Jets. Wimbley,
the second most tackles on the team with 105 tackles*. LB Andra Davis had the
completed his second season as a pro in 2007 with 16 career sacks. third most tackles on the team with 104 tackles* (56 solo, 39 assisted, 9 TFL) in-
cluding a team-high 4 tackles* for loss in the 8-0 win over the Bills in Week 15.
*based on coaches film

WIMBLEY’S 2008 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS JACKSON’S 2008 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
TACKLES Sacks Int’s Fumbles Tackles for TACKLES Sacks Int’s Fumbles Tackles for
Date Opp Total S A No/Yds No/Yds PBU Rec./For. Loss Date Opp Total S A No/Yds No/Yds PBU Rec./For. Loss
9/7 DAL 3 3 0 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 9/7 DAL 11 8 3 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
9/14 PIT 3 1 2 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 9/14 PIT 8 4 4 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
9/21 at Balt 3 2 1 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 9/21 at Balt 12 6 6 0/0 1/16 1 0/0 0
9/28 at Cin 5 3 2 1/2 0/0 0 0/1 0 9/28 at Cin 8 5 2 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 1
10/13 NYG 5 0 5 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 10/13 NYG 16 11 5 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
10/19 at Wash 10 8 2 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0 10/19 at Wash 8 5 3 .5/3 0/0 0 0/0 0
10/26 at Jac 6 5 1 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 10/26 at Jac 14 8 6 .5/1.5 0/0 0 0/0 0
11/2 BALT 3 3 0 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 11/2 BALT 13 9 4 1/6 0/0 0 0/0 0
11/6 DEN 4 4 0 1/6 0/0 0 0/0 0 11/6 DEN 10 6 4 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
11/17 at Buf 8 6 2 0/0 1/2 0 0/0 0 11/17 at Buf 13 9 3 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 1
1/23 HOU 4 2 1 1/4 0/0 0 0/0 1 11/23 HOU 12 4 8 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
11/30 IND 5 3 2 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 11/30 IND 11 6 5 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
12/7 at Ten 12/7 at Ten
12/15 at Phi 12/15 at Phi
12/21 CIN 12/21 CIN
12/28 at Pit 12/28 at Pit
Totals 12 gms. 59 40 18 3/12 1/2 1 0/1 0 Totals 12 gms. 136 81 53 2/10.5 1/16 2 0/0 2

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SEAN JONES Profile BRODNEY POOL Profile
SEAN JONES BRODNEY POOL
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Safety Safety
Height: 6-1 Height: 6-2
Weight: 225 Weight: 205
College: Georgia College: Oklahoma
Birthdate: March 2, 1982 Birthdate: May 24, 1984
How Acquired: D(2) – ‘04 How Acquired: D(2) – ‘05
Year with Browns: 5th Year with Browns: 4th
Year in NFL: 5th Year in NFL: 4th
Games Played/Started: 2005 (13/0); 2006 (16/8); 2007 (16/16),
Games Played/Started: 2004 (0/0); 2005 (16/0); 2006 (16/16); 2007 (16/16), 2008 (8/8).
2008 (11/11).
Career Games: 56 games, 40 starts
Career Totals: 55 games, 35 starts
Postseason Games: 0 games, 0 starts
Postseason Totals: 0 games, 0 starts
Career Transactions: Drafted by Cleveland in the second round, 59th overall, in the 2004
Career Transactions: Drafted by Cleveland in the second round, 34th overall, in the 2005
NFL Draft.
NFL Draft.
Career Highlights: Matched a career-high five interceptions in 2007…In 2006, tied for the
Career Highlights: Scored his first career TD on a 100-yard interception return at Baltimore
team lead with five interceptions and was tied for 10th in the NFL…Named AFC Defensive
on Nov. 18, 2007, which set a franchise record…Recorded his first career interception late
Player of the Week following his performance vs. N.Y. Jets on Oct. 29, 2006.
in the 4th quarter on a Steve McNair pass to secure a 20-14 win vs. Tennessee on Nov. 6,
JONES’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS 2005.
TACKLES: 16 at Washington 10/19/08
SACKS: 0.5 (2x) last at NY Jets 12/9/07 POOL’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
INTERCEPTIONS: 2 vs. N.Y. Jets 10/29/06 TACKLES: 9 at Oakland 9/23/07
FORCED FUMBLE: 1 (2x) last at Oakland 9/23/07 SACKS: 1 (3x) last at Jacksonville 10/26/08
RECOVERED FUMBLE: 1 vs. New Orleans 9/10/06 INTERCEPTIONS: 1 (7x) last vs. Houston 11/23/08
PBU: 2 at Oakland 9/23/07 FORCED FUMBLE: 1 (2x) last vs. Indianapolis 11/30/08
BLOCKED KICK: 1 (PAT) vs. Tampa Bay 12/24/06 RECOVERED FUMBLE: 1 at Baltimore 12/17/06; at San Diego 11/5/06
PBU: 3 at Carolina 10/8/06
DEFENSIVE SCORES: 1 at Baltimore 11/18/07 (I00-yard INT return for TD)
MULTI-TASKING
In 2007, DB Sean Jones finished second on the team with five interceptions. BACK-TO-BACK
Jones picked off Bengals QB Carson Palmer in Week Two, Seahawks QB Matt DB Brodney Pool had an interception in back-to-back games in 2007, intercept-
Hasselbeck in Week Nine, Ravens QB Kyle Boller in Week 11, Cardinals QB ing Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger in Week 10, before swooping in front of a
Kurt Warner in Week 13 and Jets QB Kellen Clemens in the end zone, thwarting Ravens QB Kyle Boller pass in the end zone and returning it 100 yards for a
a Jets scoring drive, in Week 14. touchdown in the Browns Week 11 win over the Ravens.

Jones also had the second most tackles on the team in 2007 with 105* (47 solo, Pool’s 100-yard interception for a touchdown set a franchise record, surpassing
56 assisted, 2 TFL). the 97-yard interception returns of Anthony Henry (12/16/01) and Najee Musta-
faa (10/10/93), both of which were also returned for touchdowns.
*Based on coaches film review. Pool’s 100-yard INT return also marked the longest interception return for a
touchdown in the NFL in 2007.

JONES’ 2008 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS POOL’S 2008 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
TACKLES Sacks Int’s Fumbles Tackles for TACKLES Sacks Int’s Fumbles Tackles for
Date Opp Total S A No/Yds No/Yds PBU Rec./For. Loss Date Opp Total S A No/Yds No/Yds PBU Rec./For. Loss
9/7 DAL 7 4 3 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 9/7 DAL INACTIVE INACTIVE
9/14 PIT INACTIVE INACTIVE 9/14 PIT 2 2 0 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0
9/21 at Balt INACTIVE INACTIVE 9/21 at Balt 6 5 0 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 1
9/28 at Cin INACTIVE INACTIVE 9/28 at Cin 2 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
10/13 NYG INACTIVE INACTIVE 10/13 NYG 5 4 0 0/0 1/24 0 0/0 1
10/19 at Wash 16 10 6 0/0 0/0 0 0/1 0 10/19 at Wash 6 4 2 0/0 0/0 0 1/0 0
10/26 at Jac 8 2 6 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 10/26 at Jac 6 1 5 1/6 0/0 0 0/0 0
11/2 BALT 3 1 2 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 11/2 BALT 5 2 3 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
11/6 DEN 7 4 3 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 11/6 DEN 3 2 1 0/0 1/13 1 0/0 0
11/17 at Buf 1 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 11/17 at Buf 3 2 1 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0
11/23 HOU 9 1 8 0/0 1/20 0 0/0 0 11/23 HOU 5 3 2 0/0 1/8 0 0/0 0
11/30 IND 5 3 1 0/0 1/4 0 0/0 0 11/30 IND 3 2 1 0/0 0/0 0 0/1 0
12/7 at Ten 12/7 at Ten
12/15 at Phi 12/15 at Phi
12/21 CIN 12/21 CIN
12/28 at Pit 12/28 at Pit
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Brandon McDonald Profile Eric Wright Profile
BRANDON McDONALD ERIC WRIGHT
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Defensive Back Defensive Back
Height: 5-10 Height: 5-10
Weight: 185 Weight: 190
College: Memphis College: UNLV
Birthdate: Aug. 26, 1985 Birthdate: July 24, 1984
How Acquired: D(5) – ‘07 How Acquired: D(2) – ‘07
Year with Browns: 2nd Year with Browns: 2nd
Year in NFL: 2nd Year in NFL: 2nd
Games Played/Started: 2007 (14/13), 2008 (12/12).
Games Played/Started: 2007 (16/2), 2008 (12/11).
Career Totals: 26 games, 25 starts
Career Games: 28 games, 13 starts
Postseason Totals: 0 games, 0 starts
Postseason Games: 0 games, 0 starts
Career Transactions: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the second round, 53rd overall, of
Career Transactions: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the fifth round, 140th overall, of
the 2007 NFL Draft.
the 2007 NFL Draft.
Career Highlights: Recorded his first career interception off Dolphins QB Cleo Lemon vs.
Career Highlights: Recorded his first career interception vs. Houston on Nov. 25, 2007…
Miami on Oct. 14, 2007... Recorded his first career touchdown with a fourth quarter intercep-
Made his first NFL start at N.Y. Jets on Dec. 9, 2007.
tion of Giants QB Eli Manning returned 94 yards for a score... The 94 yard interception return
was the fourth longest in club history.
McDONALDS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
TACKLES: 7 vs. Houston 11/23/08
INTERCEPTIONS: 1 (5x) last vs. at Indianapolis 11/30/08 WRIGHT’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
PBU: 4 vs. Baltimore 11/2/08 TACKLES: 10 at Pittsburgh 11/11/07
SACKS: 1 at Pittsburgh 11/11/07
INTERCEPTIONS: 1 (4x) last vs. NY Giants 10/13/08
FORCED FUMBLE: 1 at Washington 10/19/08
PBU: 3 at Cincinnati 12/23/07
DEFENSIVE SCORES: 1 vs. NY Giants 10/13/08 (94-yard INT return for TD)

McDonald Shines In Second Half of Season
After seeing solely special teams action during his first seven games with the
Browns during his rookie campaign in 2007, DB Brandon McDonald received
Wright Named Defensive Player of the Week
an increased role in the secondary during the second half of the season and DB Eric Wright was named AFC Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 15 for
blossomed with a pass defensed in five consecutive games and finished tied for Week 6. Wright had three solo tackles, two passes defensed and one intercep-
second on the club with 11 PBU. McDonald also added two interceptions on the tion returned for a touchdown in Monday Night’s 35-14 win over the New York
season, while finishing third on the club with 17 special teams tackles. Giants on Oct. 13. In the contest, Wright’s fourth quarter interception sealed
the victory as his 94-yard interception return for a touchdown turned a 13 point
advantage into the 35-14 final. The interception return also was the fourth lon-
gest in club history.

MCDONALD’S 2008 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS WRIGHT’S 2008 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
TACKLES Sacks Int’s Fumbles Tackles for TACKLES Sacks Int’s Fumbles Tackles for
Date Opp Total S A No/Yds No/Yds PBU Rec./For. Loss Date Opp Total S A No/Yds No/Yds PBU Rec./For. Loss
9/7 DAL 6 2 4 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0 9/7 DAL 4 3 1 0/0 1/20 0 0/0 0
9/14 PIT 1 1 0 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0 9/14 PIT 4 4 0 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0
9/21 at Balt 5 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 1 9/21 at Balt 7 6 1 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0
9/28 at Cin 6 5 1 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0 9/28 at Cin 7 5 2 0/0 1/17 0 0/0 0
10/13 NYG 3 3 0 0/0 1/20 1 0/0 0 10/13 NYG 3 3 0 0/0 1/94t 2 0/0 0
10/19 at Wash 1 1 0 0/0 0/0 2 0/0 0 10/19 at Wash 2 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 0/1 0
10/26 at Jac 5 4 1 0/0 0/0 2 0/0 0 10/26 at Jac 4 3 1 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0
11/2 BALT 4 3 1 0/0 0/0 4 0/0 0 11/2 BALT 5 5 0 0/0 0/0 2 0/0 0
11/6 DEN 2 1 1 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0 11/6 DEN 4 2 2 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0
11/17 at Buf 6 1 5 0/0 1/3 1 0/0 0 11/17 at Buf 8 4 4 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0
11/23 HOU 7 5 2 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 11/23 HOU 7 4 2 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 1
11/30 IND 5 3 2 0/0 1/0 1 0/0 0 11/30 IND 4 3 1 0/0 0/0 0 1/0 0
12/7 at Ten 12/7 at Ten
12/15 at Phi 12/15 at Phi
12/21 CIN 12/21 CIN
12/28 at Pit 12/28 at Pit
Totals 12 gms. 51 33 17 0/0 3/23 15 0/0 1 Totals 12 gms. 59 44 14 0/0 3/131 9 1/1 1

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pHIL dAWSON Profile
PHIL DAWSON DAWSON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SCORING: MOST POINTS SCORED: 19 at San Diego 11/5/06 (6-6 FG/1-1 PAT)
4 FIELD GOALS: NO. ATTEMPTED: 6 at San Diego 11/5/06
Kicker NUMBER MADE: 6 at San Diego 11/5/06
Height: 5-11 LONGEST ATTEMPT: 56 at Buffalo 11/17/08
Weight: 200 LONGEST MADE: 56 at Buffalo 11/17/08
College: Texas LONGEST FG MADE STREAK: 27 (vs. S.D. 10/19/03 to vs. NYJ 11/21/04
Birthdate: Jan. 23, 1975 CURRENT STREAK: 0
How Acquired: FA – ‘99 PATS: NUMBER ATTEMPTED: 6 (2x) last vs. Cincinnati 9/16/07
Year with Browns: 10th NUMBER MADE: 6 (2x) last vs. Cincinnati 9/16/07
Year in NFL: 10th CONSECUTIVE PATS MADE: 55 (vs. Miami 11/20/05 to vs. Seattle 11/4/07)
CURRENT STREAK: 36 (vs. Seattle 11/4/07 to present)
Games Played/Started: 1998 (0/0); 1999 (15/0); 2000 (16/0); 2001 (16/0); 2002 (16/0, 1/0);
2003 (13/0); 2004 (16/0); 2005 (16/0); 2006 (16/0); 2007 (16/0); 2008 (12/0).
Career Totals: 152 games, 0 starts
DAWSON’S 2008 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
Postseason Totals: 1 games, 0 starts
Date Opp PTS PAT FG Made Miss 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Career Transactions: Signed by Oakland as free agent on April 24, 1998…Claimed by New 9/7 DAL 4 1-1 1-1 (34) 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0
England off waivers on Aug. 21, 1998…Signed by New England to practice squad on Aug.
9/14 PIT 6 0-0 2-2 (31, 38) 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0
31, 1998…Signed by Cleveland as a free agent on March 25, 1999…Signed by Cleveland
to a four-year contract on April 26, 2002…Signed by Cleveland to a five-year contract exten- 9/21 at Balt 4 1-1 1-1 (38) 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0
sion on July 15, 2005. 9/28 at Cin 8 2-2 2-2 (25, 29) 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0
Career Highlights: Entered 2008 as the franchise leader in FG percentage with 82.7% 10/13 NYG 9 3-3 2-3 (28, 26) (51 WL) 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-1
(182-220) and ranked fourth all-time in NFL history in accuracy…In 2007 set a career-high 10/19 at Wash 3 0-0 1-2 (37) (54 WR) 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1
120 points and t-2nd best in team history (120, Bobby Mitchell, 1968; 126, Jim Brown, 10/26 at Jac 11 2-2 3-3 (32, 20, 42) 0-0 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-0
1965)…Ranks third in franchise history with 789 career points (Lou Groza, 1,349; Don 11/2 BALT 9 3-3 2-2 (23, 54) 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1
Cockroft, 1,080)…Became the first player in franchise history to post four seasons of 100+
points…Set a franchise record and personal high with 6 FG for 19 points at San Diego on 11/6 DEN 12 3-3 3-3 (24, 52, 33) 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-0 1-1
Nov. 5, 2006…Set a career-high with 27 FG in 2005, which ranks second in franchise history 11/17 at Buf 17 2-2 5-5 (40, 33, 43, 22, 56)0-0 1-1 1-1 2-2 1-1
(Matt Stover, 29 FG, 1995)…Nailed a 37-yard FG as time expired for a 9-7 win at Oakland 11/23 HOU 6 0-0 2-3 (32, 32) (39 WL) 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0
on Dec. 18, 2005, and was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week…Established 11/30 IND 6 0-0 2-3 (34, 25) (34 WR) 0-0 1-1 1-2 0-0 0-0
a franchise record 27 consecutive FG made from 2003 to 2004…Scored the Browns first
rushing TD in Cleveland Browns Stadium on a 4-yard fake field goal attempt vs. Cincinnati
12/7 at Ten
on Oct. 10, 1999…Connected on his first NFL field goal attempt from 41 yards at Tennessee 12/15 at Phi
on Sept. 26, 1999. 12/21 CIN
12/28 at Pit
Totals 12 gms.95 17-17 26-30 0-0 9-9 11-13 3-3 3-5

DAWSON’S CAREER FIELD GOALS
Year Team 10-19 Pct. 20-29 Pct. 30-39 Pct. 40-49 Pct. 50+ Pct
1999 Cleveland 0-0 0.0% 2-2 100.0% 3-5 60.0% 3-5 60.0% 0-0 0.0%
2000 Cleveland 3-3 100.0% 4-4 100.0% 5-5 100.0% 2-5 40.0% 0-0 0.0%
2001 Cleveland 0-0 0.0% 10-10 100.0% 8-9 88.8% 4-6 66.6% 0-0 0.0%
2002 Cleveland 0-0 0.0% 9-10 90.0% 6-8 75.0% 5-7 71.4% 2-3 66.6%
2003 Cleveland 2-2 100.0% 7-7 100.0% 4-5 80.0% 3-5 60.0% 2-2 100.0%
2004 Cleveland 0-0 0.0% 11-11 100.0% 6-8 75.0% 6-9 66.6% 1-1 100.0%
2005 Cleveland 2-2 100.0% 11-11 100.0% 9-11 81.8% 5-5 100.0% 0-0 0.0%
2006 Cleveland 0-0 0.0% 5-6 83.3% 9-10 90.0% 6-12 50.0% 1-1 100.0%
2007 Cleveland 2-2 100.0% 9-10 90.0% 7-8 87.5% 7-8 87.5% 1-2 50.0%
2008 Cleveland 0-0 0.0% 9-9 100.0% 11-13 84.6% 3-3 100.0% 3-5 60.0%
NFL Totals 9-9 100.0% 77-80 96.3% 68-82 83.0% 44-65 67.7% 10-14 71.4%

CAREER Special Teams Statistics
Year Team GP FG FGA Pct. Lg Blk XP XPA Pct. Blk Points
1999 Cleveland 15 8 12 66.7% 49 0 23 24 95.8% 1 53*
2000 Cleveland 16 14 17 82.4% 45 0 17 17 100.0% 0 59
2001 Cleveland 16 22 25 88.0% 48 1 29 30 96.7% 0 95
2002 Cleveland 16 22 28 78.6% 52 2 34 35 97.1% 0 100
2003 Cleveland 13 18 21 85.7% 52 0 20 21 95.2% 1 74
2004 Cleveland 16 24 29 82.8% 50 0 28 28 100.0% 0 100
2005 Cleveland 16 27 29 93.1% 44 0 19 21 90.5% 2 100
2006 Cleveland 16 21 29 72.4% 51 1 25 25 100.0% 0 88
2007 Cleveland 16 26 30 86.7% 51 2 42 43 97.7% 0 120
2008 Cleveland 12 26 30 86.7% 56 0 17 17 100.0% 0 95
NFL Totals 152 208 250 83.2% 56 6 254 261 97.3% 4 884*
*Includes rushing TD vs. Cincinnati 10/10/99 (6 points)

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BET YOU DIDN’T KNOW
S Mike Adams has a joint foundation with childhood friend Gerald Hayes (Ariz.) LB Antwan Peek established a relationship with the United Cerebral Palsy of Greater
named the Rising Stars Foundation to assist underprivileged youth www.risingstars- Cleveland and provides game tickets for children to sit in ‘Peek’s Pound’. He was also
foundation.org. recruited at the University of Cincinnati to play basketball for coach Bob Huggins.
FB Charles Ali was the only Browns undrafted rookie free agent to earn a roster spot LS Ryan Pontbriand participated in the NFL and NFL Players Association three-day
during training camp and spent the entire 2007 season on the 53-man roster. entrepreneurial program at the Kellogg School of Business at Northwestern. His
QB Derek Anderson raised over $50,000 to support flood victims in his home state of great-grandfather, Victor Hunt, was on the coaching staff of SMU’s 1935 team that
Oregon in 2007. He started a youth football camp at his high school in Scappoose, won the Knute Rockne Trophy, emblematic of the National Championship.
Ore. He was named as the 2007 Player of the Year by the local chapter of the PFWA. S Brodney Pool scored his first career TD on a 100-yard interception return at Balti-
WR Joshua Cribbs will once again host a reality television show, ‘Josh’s Cribbs’ on more on Nov. 18, 2007, which set a franchise record. His mother, Rose, is the assistant
Fox Sports Ohio. He signed a six-year contract extension with the Browns through the track coach at the University of Texas.
2012 season and is a converted college quarterback from Kent State, earned a roster QB Brady Quinn graduated from Notre Dame with dual degrees in political science
spot as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2005. and finance. This past spring he participated in the NFL and NFL Players Association
LB Andra Davis makes regular visits to Boys and Girls Clubs and donates tickets to three-day business management and entrepreneurial program at the Stanford Gradu-
all Browns home games for parents and their children to enjoy games as a family. He ate School of Business.
is the first person from his hometown of Live Oak, Fla., and Suwanee High School to DL Shaun Rogers interacted with 2,000 Detroit-area underprivileged children at the
play professional sports and is honored every year with a day celebrating his profes- NFL Experience Kids’ Day the week of Super Bowl XL. His father, Ernie, played at Rice
sional accomplishments. (1975-78) and was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in 1979 and played in the Canadian
K Phil Dawson is the longest active tenured member of the Browns. He scored the Football League and also for the Houston Gamblers in the USFL.
first regular season rushing TD for the Browns at Cleveland Browns Stadium with a OL Kevin Shaffer has started at tackle in 71 of the last 72 contests. He is very active
4-yard TD run on a fake field goal attempt vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 10, 1999. in the Cleveland community by supporting charitable events such as Read with the
TE Darnell Dinkins established the Maleness to Manhood Foundation to benefit inner- Browns and Lift Up America.
city youth. He spoke to nearly 100 students at Cleveland’s Genesis High School, a DL Robaire Smith has two older brothers who played professional sports – Fernando,
program to provide intense academic recovery to specific youth in a small group who played nine seasons in the NFL, and Antonio, who played for the NBA’s Toronto
instruction. Raptors after leading Michigan State to the 1999 Final Four.
WR Braylon Edwards donated $1 million to the Cleveland Municipal School District DL Shaun Smith established the ’91 Ways’ Foundation, which benefits at risk youth.
to create a college scholarship opportunity for 100 eighth-grade students, named Ad- This past year, he hosted his first annual celebrity bowling tournament at Corner Al-
vance 100, as long as the students maintain a 2.5 GPA, participate in 15 hours of com- ley in Cleveland.
munity service each year throughout high school. In 2006, he donated $500,000 to DB Nick Sorensen participated in the NFL and NFL Player Association three-day busi-
create a scholarship endowment at the University of Michigan for the football player ness management and entrepreneurial program at the Wharton School at the Univer-
who wears the No. 1 jersey, the largest donation pledged to the university by a profes- sity of Pennsylvania.
sional athlete.
OL Eric Steinbach has helped paved the way for four consecutive 1,000 yard rushers
OL Hank Fraley was one of only two players to take every offensive snap (Joe Thom- with Jamal Lewis (2007) and Rudi Johnson (2004-06). He led Providence Catholic High
as) in 2007. His brother, David, was stationed with the United States Army’s 3rd Infan- School (New Lenox, Ill.) to 50 straight wins and three state titles as a tight end and
try Division in Iraq and his father is a Vietnam veteran. defensive end.
RB Jerome Harrison is very active in the Cleveland community by supporting chari- OL Joe Thomas hosts an outdoor sportsman show on Sports Time Ohio, Outdoors
table events such as Shop with a Jock and the NFL’s Hometown Huddle. Ohio with D’Arcy Egan and Joe Thomas. In 2007, he was named to the Pro Bowl and is
TE Steve Heiden is a partner in an athletic training facility, Athletic Development only the fourth NFL rookie offensive lineman to be named to the Pro Bowl.
Corp., using science and technology for prep and collegiate athletes in Valley View, OL Ryan Tucker is an avid rifle hunter of quail, deer and turkey, owns a 1,100 acre
Ohio. He recorded his first career TD reception and blocked a punt in the same game ranch in Texas. He earned a Super Bowl ring with St. Louis in 1999.
at Carolina on Dec. 17, 2000.
FB Lawrence Vickers attended a youth football camp in Australia this past spring.
LB D’Qwell Jackson changed his number from 58 to 52 this past spring. His wife
Amira, recently opened her dental practice in Westlake, Ohio. DL Corey Williams has overcome personal tragedy as he lost his father at the age of
15 and his mother five years later. Just before the 2004 NFL Scouting Combine, he en-
S Sean Jones recorded his second consecutive 100-plus tackle season (105 in 2007 dured the death of his infant daughter, who lived only two weeks after her premature
and 107.5 in 2006). birth. He has since had another daughter and embraces fatherhood and everything
WR Joe Jurevicius is a Cleveland-area native who played prep football at Lake Catho- the role brings in his life.
lic High School in Mentor, Ohio and has played in three Super Bowls during his career, LB Leon Williams is active in the Cleveland community by supporting the Shop with
earning a ring with Tampa Bay in Super Bowl XXXVII. He has a 65,000-acre hunting a Jock holiday program.
ranch, Dismal River Outfitters, in Mullen, Neb., which is stocked with buffalo, elk and
deer. LB Kamerion Wimbley set the Browns rookie record with 11 sacks in 2006. He had his
jersey number 12 retired at Northwest High School, his alma mater, during a basket-
RB Jamal Lewis topped 9,000 career rushing yards, in 2007, becoming one of only 26 ball halftime ceremony on Jan. 23, 2007, in his hometown of Wichita, Kan.
players in NFL history to accomplish that feat. He is the owner and CEO of a trucking
company, All American Xpress, based in Atlanta, Ga. TE Kellen Winslow hosted his first youth football camp in North Olmsted, Ohio this
past summer. He is very active in the Cleveland community by supporting charitable
LB Willie McGinest is the CEO of a multi-faceted entertainment company called 55 events such as the Special Olympics Holiday Party, Taste of the NFL and the Browns
Entertainment, and owns a sports memorabilia company, Signature Collectables, a Youth Football Camps stressing the importance of nutrition and physical activity.
visual content and distribution company, Pristine Vision and owns and operates res-
taurant franchises and investment properties, WilMac, Inc. RB Jason Wright is a keyboardist, singer and worship leader at The International
House of Prayer in Cleveland. He and his wife, Tiffany, are passionate about education
OL Seth McKinney is partner in a heavy machinery company, G Bar S Site Service, and are strong supporters of urban education initiatives such as Cleveland’s Entre-
in Centerville, Texas. His father, Mike, was the Health and Human Services Commis- preneurial Preparatory School (E-Prep Middle School).
sioner for the state of Texas under former Governor and now President George W.
Bush, and then served as the Chief of Staff for Texas Governor Rick Perry. P Dave Zastudil lettered in football, basketball and baseball at Bay Village (Ohio) High
School.

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Romeo Crennel Press Conference Transcript 12-1-08
(Opening statement)- “Yesterday the team played a good game against a good football (On Martin Rucker’s role with Kellen Winslow and Darnell Dinkins out)- “That’s probably
team. They did the things that we felt like we had to do to give ourselves the best chance to going to be more opportunities for him. He made the catch yesterday that was a good
win and as it turned out those things looked like the correct things to do. At the end, there concentration catch so he’ll get more playing time if both of those guys (are out). Dinkins,
were one or two plays at the end of the game that they made and we didn’t make that made he’s banged up and it doesn’t look like he’s going to be able to go this week and then if
the difference in the game. It’s unfortunate because they played really hard, they executed Kellen can’t go, he gets more playing time. The important thing is that he takes advantage
the game plan the way it should have been executed but they were also playing against of the opportunity and show that he belongs and that he knows what to do. There was one
good players as well and sometimes good players make plays. They made the plays that play that he went out there and we had a problem with the formation and we had to use a
allowed them to have a victory and gave us another defeat. The thing I think that we have timeout. That’s not good exposure on that one but the catch that he made, that’s good ex-
to do is if they will play like that for the rest of the season that we’re still going to have our posure on that catch. This week and going forward, knowing that he might get more playing
chances to win some games. That becomes the focus as we go forward, to execute the time, he needs to concentrate in practice, work good in practice and when he gets to the
game plan to the best of your ability and everybody do their part. We’ll see how it goes from game have no problems with formations, no problems with effort and then be productive.
there. Now it’s going to be a little tougher because Kellen Winslow hurt his ankle and is That will help him a lot.”
getting an MRI and they will let us know what the results are. We are all concerned to see if
(On Josh Cribbs as the quarterback)- “I think he’s one of the options that we have and
it is a high ankle because they usually take a little bit longer but later on today we will know
we’ll have to look at these options and determine which one we think is the best. The thing
exactly what that is. Also, Derek Anderson hurt his knee. It didn’t look good, he’s getting
that we do know is that he’s going to the games and we had some plays ready for him last
an MRI and they will let us know exactly what the prognosis is on his knee. Just looking
week. We might have to expand that package depending on what happens in the next
at it, they say best-case scenario might be a hyper-extended knee and he’s probably not
couple days. The thing that we do know about Josh is whatever we ask him to do, he does
going to be ready for this week. Worst-case is that it’s some kind of ligament damage. We’ll
it full speed, gung-ho. If we asked him to be the quarterback he’d put everything he had
find out what it is and then we’ll have to adjust. In adjusting, we have Richard Bartell on
into being the quarterback. Whether we ask him to do that or not, in the next couple days
the practice squad and we just got him last week so he’s in a crash course trying to get
we’ll make a decision.”
familiar with the system. We also have Josh (Cribbs) who has been here and we’ve got
some plays ready for him from this past game. That’s what we’re looking at and we’ll also (On how tough the season has been)- “This has been pretty tough. But you just work
probably look to see if maybe there’s a veteran available that has some background in the through it, that’s what you do.”
system and determine if that guy is available if we need to bring that guy in. That’s what (On what the young players on the team are learning)- “I hope that they learn how hard it
we’re looking at going into the game this week. Like I told you, I thought they played good, is to win in the NFL and that you can’t take anything for granted. You’ve got to work your
they played as a team, they hung together and it went down to the wire again. Last year we best during the week, prepare all week and then be ready to play your best on Sunday and
were winning those games that went down to the wire, this year we’re not winning those still there’s no guarantee that it’s going to be good enough. As we saw yesterday, one play
games unfortunately.” made the difference in the game. I hope it’s been sinking in but you just really don’t know
(On if the veteran quarterback being brought in would start)- “(His role would be) to back with some of these young kids. I hope it’s sinking in.”
up. Because a veteran has been in games, he’s been reading defenses and will have some (On the defensive performance against Indianapolis)- “In general, when you think about
experience that might benefit us.” who they were playing against and the weapons that were available to a future Hall of
(On Ken Dorsey)- “He’s a very smart quarterback and he’s a competitor. Now, he probably Fame quarterback and with a future Hall of Fame wide receiver, a running back that’s quick
doesn’t have some of the physical skills that some other quarterbacks in the NFL have. I and can go the distance, a tight end that can go out to the slot and make plays. Reggie
think that’s probably been the biggest drawback.” Wayne is another good receiver, so when you think about the weapons they had available
to them and to be able to hold them down without a touchdown, that’s a pretty good ac-
(On fans cheering when Derek Anderson got hurt)- “What we would hope is that everybody
complishment. Like I said, it wasn’t the prettiest thing because they did drive the ball some
appreciates the effort that the players put out on the football field and also respect the
but holding them to field goal attempts, if you can do that with Peyton Manning, a lot of
fact that they’re playing hard and that no one wants to see anybody injured, not at all. It’s
coaches in this league would do that.”
unfortunate that it happened if that’s what they were cheering for. I’m not exactly sure so
I would have to talk to some of those people who were cheering to see what they were (On if the offensive line isn’t as in-sync as is it was last year)- “Maybe we’re not a productive
cheering for.” as we were last year but I think those guys as a group, they work very well together. Some-
times, everybody isn’t hitting on all cylinders and that can cause you some problems. Each
(On the team playing hard against the Colts)- “It’s rewarding in the fact that when you’re in
individual has different things that he has to deal with, different type players that he has to
this situation and your team is not doing well, everyone wants to see if your team will ‘quit’.
deal with, and sometimes you get a matchup that’s not a good matchup for an individual.
As a coach, you want your players to play hard, to give great effort and to do the things
Then you have to work around it as best you can. I think that we’re inconsistent at times.”
that they need to do to give themselves a chance to win. I thought that our team did that
yesterday.” (On Brandon McDonald)- “I don’t know how smart a move it was but I felt like it would take
some pressure off of him by not starting him in that game, giving him a chance to not be
(On Corey Williams’ injury)- “I’m not exactly sure how he cut it. I saw him coming off and it
attacked right away. I think that in that particular game, that first pass play was to that side
was bleeding pretty good when he came off. They had to take him in and clean it up and
where he would have been lined up. Now he has a chance to sit back, catch his breath and
stitch it up but he was able to come back and return.”
then go in and play the game which he did. Now, to have a game like he had yesterday,
(On injuries sustained against the Colts)- “(Charles) Ali with his ribs, they gave him a prob- that just shows he’s learned something from the bad game he had against Denver. He’s
lem so he didn’t get a chance to play very much. We’ll have to see how that does as the working harder in practice and he’s applying his technique and his leverage and all of those
week goes on. (Syndric) Steptoe had an ankle but he played with the ankle and every body things that you have to do to be a good player.”
else made it through okay.”
(On if is unfair to be judged in a season with so many injuries to his team)- “People don’t
(On needing a ‘miracle finish’ in order to save his job)- “I don’t know anything about a care about whether it’s fair or not, they care about whether you win or lose. That’s the
miracle finish, I just have to play the next game against a very good football team, probably nature of this business that we’re in and I’ve said that all along. I didn’t have any rose-
one of the best teams in the NFL this year in the Tennessee Titans. That’s all I can worry colored glasses on when I took the job. I’ve been in this league 30 years and I’ve seen a
about and trying to get my guys to play the game plan that we put together. If they’ll go play lot of things happen in 30 years. Most of it has to do with winning and losing so if you can
hard then they’ll have a chance.” win, you improve your chances of staying, if you don’t win then your chances are not as
good.”
(On surgery for Derek Anderson and Brady Quinn)- “That’s Brady’s decision on his finger
and he’ll make that decision when he’s ready to make that decision. As far as DA, we’re (On holding Peyton Manning to 125 yards passing)- “We’re dealing with human nature
still awaiting the results of the MRI so we won’t know until after we get those results exactly and sometimes human nature doesn’t make sense. Generally, when you’re playing the
how long it will be or what may be required.” top quarterback in the league, you know that you better be at the top of your game. You
prepare to try to get ready to play your best. I think that when you face a guy like that, that’s
(On if losing quarterbacks have been pass-protection issues)- “I think that we have to work
what you’d better do and I think that’s what they did.”
on it because the NFL is a copy-cat league and when they see something that works then
the next team is going to try it to see if you got it fixed. For the next three games, we’re (On his message to the fans)- “If they watched this past game and saw how the guys
going to have to make sure we work on the bull-rush in practice and do a good job with it. played, how they executed, how they had a chance to win against a very good football
Once we show them that we’ve got it fixed and then they’ll try something else.” team and it looks that team will be a playoff team depending on how things go the rest
of the season, if they see how they played and performed against that kind of team, then
the rest of the season we hope to get the same kind of performance and effort and have
chances to win the games. That’s what we’re all trying to do.”

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Depth Chart as of 12-2-08
Offense
WR 18 DONTE’ STALLWORTH 16 Joshua Cribbs
LT 73 JOE THOMAS 61 Isaac Sowells
LG 65 ERIC STEINBACH 79 Scott Young
C 66 HANK FRALEY 68 Seth McKinney
RG 70 REX HADNOT
RT 77 KEVIN SHAFFER
TE 82 STEVE HEIDEN 87 Darnell Dinkins 86 Martin Rucker 44 Jed Collins (80 Kellen Winslow)
WR 17 BRAYLON EDWARDS 12 Syndric Steptoe
QB 11 KEN DORSEY 7 Bruce Gradkowski
FB 47 LAWRENCE VICKERS 41 Charles Ali
RB 31 JAMAL LEWIS 29 Jason Wright 35 Jerome Harrison

Defense
LE 99 COREY WILLIAMS 97 Santonio Thomas
NT 92 SHAUN ROGERS 71 Ahtyba Rubin
RE 91 SHAUN SMITH 93 Louis Leonard
LOLB 55 WILILIE McGINEST 51 Shantee Orr
MLB 54 ANDRA DAVIS 94 Leon Williams 58 Beau Bell
WLB 52 D’QWELL JACKSON 53 Kris Griffin 59 Titus Brown
ROLB95 KAMERION WIMBLEY 96 Alex Hall
LCB 24 ERIC WRIGHT 25 Terry Cousin
RCB 22 BRANDON McDONALD 23 Travis Daniels 30 Gerard Lawson
SS 26 SEAN JONES 27 Nick Sorensen 42 Hamza Abdullah
FS 21 BRODNEY POOL 20 Mike Adams

Specialists
P 15 DAVE ZASTUDIL
K 4 PHIL DAWSON
H 15 DAVE ZASTUDIL
PR 16 JOSHUA CRIBBS 12 Syndric Steptoe 22 Brandon McDonald
KR 16 JOSHUA CRIBBS 29 Jason Wright 35 Jerome Harrison
LS 64 RYAN PONTBRIAND 82 Steve Heiden

STARTERS
Rookies
() Injured

Pronunciation Guide
Hamza Abdullah HAHM-zuh Ahtyba Rubin ah-TAH-ba ROO-ben
Andra Davis ON-dray Isaac Sowells Souls
D’Qwell Jackson DUH-quell Syndric Steptoe SIN-drick
Joe Jurevicius Jur-uh-VIH-shus Kamerion Wimbley Cameron
Ryan Pontbriand PAWNT-bree-awnd Dave Zastudil ZAS-tuh-dil

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2008 CLEVELAND BROWNS NUMERICAL ROSTER
Roster Size: 53 (as of 12-2-08)

NO NAME HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN HOW ACQ GP/GS/DNP/IA
4 Dawson, Phil K 5-11 200 01/23/75 33 10 Texas Dallas, Texas FA - '99 12/0/0/0
7 Gradkowski, Bruce QB 6-1 220 01/27/83 25 3 Toledo Pittsburgh, Pa. FA - '08 0/0/0/0
11 Dorsey, Ken QB 6-4 215 04/22/81 27 6 Miami (Fla.) Orinda, Calif. FA - '07 1/0/0/11
12 Steptoe, Syndric WR 5-9 200 12/06/84 24 1 Arizona Bryan, Texas D7b - '07 12/4/0/0
15 Zastudil, Dave P 6-3 220 10/26/78 30 7 Ohio University Bay Village, Ohio UFA (Bal.) - '06 12/0/0/0
16 Cribbs, Joshua WR 6-1 215 06/09/83 25 4 Kent State Washington, D.C. FA - '05 11/0/0/1
17 Edwards, Braylon WR 6-3 215 02/21/83 25 4 Michigan Detroit, Mich. D1 - '05 12/12/0/0
18 Stallworth, Donte' WR 6-0 200 11/10/80 28 7 Tennessee Sacramento, Calif. UFA (N.E.) - '08 7/6/1/4
20 Adams, Mike DB 5-11 195 03/24/81 27 5 Delaware Paterson, N.J. UFA (S.F.) - '07 10/5/0/2
21 Pool, Brodney DB 6-2 205 05/24/84 24 4 Oklahoma Houston, Texas D2 - '05 11/11/0/1
22 McDonald, Brandon DB 5-10 185 08/26/85 23 2 Memphis Collins, Miss. D5 - '07 12/11/0/0
23 Daniels, Travis DB 6-1 195 09/08/82 26 4 LSU Hollywood, Fla. Tr. (Mia.) - '08 7/1/2/3
24 Wright, Eric DB 5-10 190 07/24/85 23 2 UNLV San Francisco, Calif. D2 - '07 12/12/0/0
25 Cousin, Terry DB 5-9 185 04/11/75 33 12 South Carolina Miami, Fla. UFA (Jack.) - '08 12/0/0/0
26 Jones, Sean DB 6-1 220 03/02/82 26 5 Georgia Atlanta, Ga. D2 - '04 8/8/0/4
27 Sorensen, Nick DB 6-3 210 07/31/78 30 8 Virginia Tech Winter Haven, Fla. FA - '07 12/0/0/0
29 Wright, Jason RB 5-10 215 07/12/82 26 4 Northwestern Diamond Bar, Calif. FA - '05 12/0/0/0
30 Lawson, Gerard DB 5-10 195 01/12/85 23 R Oregon State Las Vegas, Nev. FA - '08 11/0/0/1
31 Lewis, Jamal RB 5-11 245 08/26/79 29 9 Tennessee Atlanta, Ga. UFA (Bal.) - '07 12/12/0/0
35 Harrison, Jerome RB 5-9 205 02/26/83 25 3 Washington State Kalamazoo, Mich D5a - '06 12/0/0/0
41 Ali, Charles FB 6-2 255 08/23/84 24 2 Arkansas-Pine Bluff St. Louis, Mo. FA - '07 12/3/0/0
42 Abdullah, Hamza S 6-2 216 08/20/83 25 4 Washington State Pomona, Calif. FA - '08 1/0/0/8
44 Collins, Jed TE 6-1 255 03/03/86 22 R Washington State Mission Viejo, Calif. FA - '08 0/0/0/1
47 Vickers, Lawrence FB 6-0 250 05/08/83 25 3 Colorado Houston, Texas D6a - '06 9/5/0/3
51 Orr, Shantee LB 6-1 245 05/28/81 27 5 Michigan Detroit, Mich. UFA (Jack.) - '08 11/0/0/1
52 Jackson, D'Qwell LB 6-0 240 09/26/83 25 3 Maryland Largo, Fla. D2 - '06 12/12/0/0
53 Griffin, Kris LB 6-3 245 05/27/82 26 4 Indiana (Pa.) Beaver, Pa. W (K.C.) - '07 8/0/0/4
54 Davis, Andra LB 6-1 250 12/23/78 29 7 Florida Live Oak, Fla. D5 - '02 12/12/0/0
55 McGinest, Willie LB 6-5 270 12/11/71 37 15 USC Long Beach, Calif. UFA (N.E.) - '06 10/10/0/2
58 Bell, Beau LB 6-1 250 05/26/86 22 R UNLV Tustin, Calif. D4a - '08 4/0/2/6
59 Brown, Titus LB 6-3 245 03/27/86 22 R Mississippi State Tuscaloosa, Ala. FA - '08 0/0/0/1
61 Sowells, Isaac OL 6-3 320 05/04/82 26 3 Indiana Louisville, Ky. D4b - '06 12/0/0/0
64 Pontbriand, Ryan LS 6-2 255 10/01/79 29 6 Rice Houston, Texas D5a - '03 12/0/0/0
65 Steinbach, Eric OL 6-6 295 04/04/80 28 6 Iowa Lockport, Ill. UFA (Cin.) - '07 10/10/0/2
66 Fraley, Hank OL 6-2 310 09/21/77 31 9 Robert Morris Gaithersburg, Md. Tr. (Phi.) - '06 12/12/0/0
68 McKinney, Seth OL 6-3 310 06/12/79 29 7 Texas A&M Centerville, Texas UFA (Mia.) - '07 12/3/0/0
70 Hadnot, Rex OL 6-2 320 01/28/82 26 5 Houston Lufkin, Texas UFA (Mia.) - '08 11/11/0/1
71 Rubin, Ahtyba DL 6-2 330 07/25/86 22 R Iowa State Fort Belvoir, Virg. D6a - '08 8/0/0/4
73 Thomas, Joe OL 6-6 305 12/04/84 24 2 Wisconsin Brookfield, Wisc. D1a - '07 12/12/0/0
77 Shaffer, Kevin OL 6-5 315 03/02/80 28 7 Tulsa Salisbury, Md. UFA (Atl.) - '06 11/11/0/1
79 Young, Scott OL 6-4 312 07/15/81 27 4 Brigham Young Salt Lake City, Utah W (Phil.) - '08 0/0/3/9
80 Winslow, Kellen TE 6-4 250 07/21/83 25 5 Miami (Fla.) San Diego, Calif. D1 - 04 10/8/0/2
82 Heiden, Steve TE 6-5 270 09/21/76 32 10 South Dakota St. Rushford, Minn. Tr. (S.D.) - '02 12/9/0/0
86 Rucker, Martin TE 6-4 260 05/04/85 23 R Missouri St. Joseph, Mo. D4b - '08 1/0/1/10
87 Dinkins, Darnell TE 6-4 260 01/20/77 31 7 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pa. UFA (Bal.) - '06 11/1/0/1
91 Smith, Shaun DL 6-2 325 08/19/81 27 5 South Carolina Brooklyn, N.Y. RFA (Cin.) - '07 8/6/0/4
92 Rogers, Shaun DL 6-4 350 03/12/79 29 8 Texas LaPorte, Texas Tr. (Det.) - '08 12/12/0/0
93 Leonard, Louis DL 6-4 325 07/16/84 24 2 Fresno State Los Angeles, Calif. W. (St. L) - '07 12/3/0/0
94 Williams, Leon LB 6-2 250 07/30/83 25 3 Miami (Fla.) Brooklyn, N.Y. D4a - '06 12/0/0/0
95 Wimbley, Kamerion LB 6-3 255 10/13/83 25 3 Florida State Wichita, Kan. D1 - '06 12/12/0/0
96 Hall, Alex LB 6-5 250 08/17/85 23 R St. Augustine Glenarden, Md. D7 - '08 12/2/0/0
97 Thomas, Santonio DL 6-4 305 07/02/81 27 2 Miami (Fla.) Belle Glade, Fla. FA - '08 10/1/0/0
99 Williams, Corey DL 6-4 320 08/17/80 28 5 Arkansas State Camden, Ark. Tr. (G.B.) - '08 12/12/0/0

RESERVE-PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO PERFORM (PUP): (1)
84 Jurevicius, Joe WR 6-5 230 12/23/74 33 11 Penn State Mentor, Ohio UFA (Sea.) - '06 0/0/0/0

RESERVE-INJURED (IR): (8)
3 Anderson, Derek QB 6-6 230 06/15/83 25 4 Oregon State Portland, Ore. W (Bal.) - '05 10/9/2/0
39 Holly, Daven DB 5-10 185 08/08/82 26 4 Cincinnati Clairton, Pa. FA - '06 0/0/0/0
10 Quinn, Brady QB 6-3 235 10/27/84 24 2 Notre Dame Dublin, Ohio D1b - '07 3/3/8/0
56 Peek, Antwan LB 6-3 250 10/29/79 29 6 Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio UFA (Hou.) - '07 0/0/0/0
62 Friedman, Lennie OL 6-3 290 08/13/76 32 10 Duke Milford, N.J. Tr. (Chi.) - '06 0/0/0/0
72 Tucker, Ryan OL 6-6 315 06/12/75 33 12 TCU Midland, Texas UFA (Stl.) - '02 1/1/0/6
97 Pittman, Chase DL 6-5 300 03/15/83 25 1 LSU Minden, La. D7a - '07 0/0/0/0
98 Smith, Robaire DL 6-4 310 11/15/77 31 9 Michigan State Flint, Mich. UFA (Ten.) - '07 2/2/0/0

RESERVE-NON FOOTBALL INJURY (NFI): (1)
69 Young, Eric OL 6-3 305 11/22/83 25 R Tennessee Union, S.C. FA - '08 0/0/0/0

PRACTICE SQUAD: (9)
9 Leggett, Lance WR 6-3 200 02/11/85 23 R Miami (Fla.) Bartow, Fla. FA - '08 0/0/0/0
13 Bartel, Richard QB 6-3 233 02/03/83 25 1 Tarleton State Grapevine, Texas FA - '08 0/0/0/0
28 Patrick, Allen RB 6-1 200 02/15/84 24 R Oklahoma Conway, S.C. FA - '08 0/0/0/0
60 Purcell, Melila DL 6-5 295 02/05/84 24 1 Hawaii Pago Pago, American SamoFA - '08 0/0/0/0
62 Fry, Dustin OL 6-3 326 10/03/83 25 2 Clemson Summerville, S.C. FA - '08 0/0/0/0
63 Quarterman, Kurt OL 6-5 348 10/05/85 23 1 Louisville Albany, Ga. FA - '08 0/0/0/0
69 #Mohr, Christian DL 6-4 251 04/05/80 28 1 No College Aachen, Germany FA - '08 0/0/0/0
83 Sanders, Steve WR 6-3 205 12/23/82 25 1 Bowling Green Cleveland, Ohio FA - '07 5/0/0/0
89 Hubbard, Paul WR 6-2 225 06/12/85 23 R Wisconsin Colorado Springs, Colo. D6b - '08 0/0/0/0

# International Practice Squad Player

Head Coach: Romeo Crennel
Rob Chudzinski (Offensive Coordinator), Mel Tucker (Defensive Coordinator), Ted Daisher (Special Teams Coordinator), Dave Atkins (Senior
Assistants: Offensive Assistant Coach), Chris Caminiti (Assistant Special Teams), Wes Chandler (Wide Receivers Coach), Alan DeGennaro (Assistant
Strength and Conditioning Coach), Mike Haluchak (Linebackers Coach), Umberto Leone (Defensive Quality Control Coach), Anthony Lynn
(Running Backs Coach), Steve Marshall (Offensive Line Coach), Richard McNutt (Assistant Defensive Backs), Randy Melvin (Defensive Line
Coach), Tom Myslinski (Strength and Conditioning Coach), Alfredo Roberts (Tight Ends Coach), Rip Scherer (Assistant Head Coach and
Quarterbacks Coach), Mike Sullivan (Assistant Offensive Line Coach), Bob Trott (Defensive Assistant Coach), Cory Undlin (Defensive Backs
Coach), Frank Verducci (Offensive Assistant)

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2008 CLEVELAND BROWNS AlphabetICAL ROSTER
Roster Size: 53 (as of 12-2-08)

NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN HOW ACQ GP/GS/DNP/IA
42 Abdullah, Hamza S 6-2 216 08/20/83 25 4 Washington State Pomona, Calif. FA - '08 1/0/0/8
20 Adams, Mike DB 5-11 195 03/24/81 27 5 Delaware Paterson, N.J. UFA (S.F.) - '07 10/5/0/2
41 Ali, Charles FB 6-2 255 08/23/84 24 2 Arkansas-Pine Bluff St. Louis, Mo. FA - '07 12/3/0/0
58 Bell, Beau LB 6-1 250 05/26/86 22 R UNLV Tustin, Calif. D4a - '08 4/0/2/6
59 Brown, Titus LB 6-3 245 03/27/86 22 R Mississippi State Tuscaloosa, Ala. FA - '08 0/0/0/1
44 Collins, Jed TE 6-1 255 03/03/86 22 R Washington State Mission Viejo, Calif. FA - '08 0/0/0/1
25 Cousin, Terry DB 5-9 185 04/11/75 33 12 South Carolina Miami, Fla. UFA (Jack.) - '08 12/0/0/0
16 Cribbs, Joshua WR 6-1 215 06/09/83 25 4 Kent State Washington, D.C. FA - '05 11/0/0/1
23 Daniels, Travis DB 6-1 195 09/08/82 26 4 LSU Hollywood, Fla. Tr. (Mia.) - '08 7/1/2/3
54 Davis, Andra LB 6-1 250 12/23/78 29 7 Florida Live Oak, Fla. D5 - '02 12/12/0/0
4 Dawson, Phil K 5-11 200 01/23/75 33 10 Texas Dallas, Texas FA - '99 12/0/0/0
87 Dinkins, Darnell TE 6-4 260 01/20/77 31 7 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pa. UFA (Bal.) - '06 11/1/0/1
11 Dorsey, Ken QB 6-4 215 04/22/81 27 6 Miami (Fla.) Orinda, Calif. FA - '07 1/0/0/11
17 Edwards, Braylon WR 6-3 215 02/21/83 25 4 Michigan Detroit, Mich. D1 - '05 12/12/0/0
66 Fraley, Hank OL 6-2 310 09/21/77 31 9 Robert Morris Gaithersburg, Md. Tr. (Phi.) - '06 12/12/0/0
7 Gradkowski, Bruce QB 6-1 220 01/27/83 25 3 Toledo Pittsburgh, Pa. FA - '08 0/0/0/0
53 Griffin, Kris LB 6-3 245 05/27/82 26 4 Indiana (Pa.) Beaver, Pa. W (K.C.) - '07 8/0/0/4
70 Hadnot, Rex OL 6-2 320 01/28/82 26 5 Houston Lufkin, Texas UFA (Mia.) - '08 11/11/0/1
96 Hall, Alex LB 6-5 250 08/17/85 23 R St. Augustine Glenarden, Md. D7 - '08 12/2/0/0
35 Harrison, Jerome RB 5-9 205 02/26/83 25 3 Washington State Kalamazoo, Mich. D5a - '06 12/0/0/0
82 Heiden, Steve TE 6-5 270 09/21/76 32 10 South Dakota St. Rushford, Minn. Tr. (S.D.) - '02 12/9/0/0
52 Jackson, D'Qwell LB 6-0 240 09/26/83 25 3 Maryland Largo, Fla. D2 - '06 12/12/0/0
26 Jones, Sean DB 6-1 220 03/02/82 26 5 Georgia Atlanta, Ga. D2 - '04 8/8/0/4
30 Lawson, Gerard DB 5-10 195 01/12/85 23 R Oregon State Las Vegas, Nev. FA - '08 11/0/0/1
93 Leonard, Louis DL 6-4 325 07/16/84 24 2 Fresno State Los Angeles, Calif. W (St. L) - '07 12/3/0/0
31 Lewis, Jamal RB 5-11 245 08/26/79 29 9 Tennessee Atlanta, Ga. UFA (Bal.) - '07 12/12/0/0
22 McDonald, Brandon DB 5-10 185 08/26/85 23 2 Memphis Collins, Miss. D5 - '07 12/11/0/0
55 McGinest, Willie LB 6-5 270 12/11/71 37 15 USC Long Beach, Calif. UFA (N.E.) - '06 10/10/0/2
68 McKinney, Seth OL 6-3 310 06/12/79 29 7 Texas A&M Centerville, Texas UFA (Mia.) - '07 12/3/0/0
51 Orr, Shantee LB 6-1 245 05/28/81 27 5 Michigan Detroit, Mich. UFA (Jack.) - '08 11/0/0/1
64 Pontbriand, Ryan LS 6-2 255 10/01/79 29 6 Rice Houston, Texas D5a - '03 12/0/0/0
21 Pool, Brodney DB 6-2 205 05/24/84 24 4 Oklahoma Houston, Texas D2 - '05 11/11/0/1
92 Rogers, Shaun DL 6-4 350 03/12/79 29 8 Texas LaPorte, Texas Tr. (Det.) - '08 12/12/0/0
71 Rubin, Ahtyba DL 6-2 330 07/25/86 22 R Iowa State Fort Belvoir, Virg. D6a - '08 8/0/0/4
86 Rucker, Martin TE 6-4 260 05/04/85 23 R Missouri St. Joseph, Mo. D4b - '08 1/0/1/10
77 Shaffer, Kevin OL 6-5 315 03/02/80 28 7 Tulsa Salisbury, Md. UFA (Atl.) - '06 11/11/0/1
91 Smith, Shaun DL 6-2 325 08/19/81 27 5 South Carolina Brooklyn, N.Y. RFA (Cin.) - '07 8/6/0/4
27 Sorensen, Nick DB 6-3 210 07/31/78 30 8 Virginia Tech Winter Haven, Fla. FA - '07 12/0/0/0
61 Sowells, Isaac OL 6-3 320 05/04/82 26 3 Indiana Louisville, Ky. D4b - '06 12/0/0/0
18 Stallworth, Donte' WR 6-0 200 11/10/80 28 7 Tennessee Sacramento, Calif. UFA (N.E.) - '08 7/6/1/4
65 Steinbach, Eric OL 6-6 295 04/04/80 28 6 Iowa Lockport, Ill. UFA (Cin.) - '07 10/10/0/2
12 Steptoe, Syndric WR 5-9 200 12/06/84 24 1 Arizona Bryan, Texas D7b - '07 12/4/0/0
73 Thomas, Joe OL 6-6 305 12/04/84 24 2 Wisconsin Brookfield, Wisc. D1a - '07 12/12/0/0
97 Thomas, Santonio DL 6-4 305 07/02/81 27 2 Miami (Fla.) Belle Glade, Fla. FA - '08 10/1/0/0
47 Vickers, Lawrence FB 6-0 250 05/08/83 25 3 Colorado Houston, Texas D6a - '06 9/5/0/3
99 Williams, Corey DL 6-4 320 08/17/80 28 5 Arkansas State Camden, Ark. Tr. (G.B.) - '08 12/12/0/0
94 Williams, Leon LB 6-2 250 07/30/83 25 3 Miami (Fla.) Brooklyn, N.Y. D4a - '06 12/0/0/0
95 Wimbley, Kamerion LB 6-3 255 10/13/83 25 3 Florida State Wichita, Kan. D1 - '06 12/12/0/0
80 Winslow, Kellen TE 6-4 250 07/21/83 25 5 Miami (Fla.) San Diego, Calif. D1 - 04 10/8/0/2
24 Wright, Eric DB 5-10 190 07/24/85 23 2 UNLV San Francisco, Calif. D2 - '07 12/12/0/0
29 Wright, Jason RB 5-10 215 07/12/82 26 4 Northwestern Diamond Bar, Calif. FA - '05 12/0/0/0
79 Young, Scott OL 6-4 312 07/15/81 27 4 Brigham Young Salt Lake City, Utah W. (Phil.) - '08 0/0/3/9
15 Zastudil, Dave P 6-3 220 10/26/78 30 7 Ohio University Bay Village, Ohio UFA (Bal.) - '06 12/0/0/0

RESERVE-PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO PERFORM (PUP): (1)
84 Jurevicius, Joe WR 6-5 230 12/23/74 33 11 Penn State Mentor, Ohio UFA (Sea.) - '06 0/0/0/0

RESERVE-INJURED (IR): (8)
3 Anderson, Derek QB 6-6 230 06/15/83 25 4 Oregon State Portland, Ore. W (Bal.) - '05 10/9/2/0
62 Friedman, Lennie OL 6-3 290 08/13/76 32 10 Duke Milford, N.J. Tr. (Chi.) - '06 0/0/0/0
39 Holly, Daven DB 5-10 185 08/08/82 26 4 Cincinnati Clairton, Pa. FA - '06 0/0/0/0
10 Quinn, Brady QB 6-3 235 10/27/84 24 2 Notre Dame Dublin, Ohio D1b - '07 3/3/8/0
56 Peek, Antwan LB 6-3 250 10/29/79 29 6 Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio UFA (Hou.) - '07 0/0/0/0
97 Pittman, Chase DL 6-5 300 03/15/83 25 1 LSU Minden, La. D7a - '07 0/0/0/0
98 Smith, Robaire DL 6-4 310 11/15/77 31 9 Michigan State Flint, Mich. UFA (Ten.) - '07 2/2/0/0
72 Tucker, Ryan OL 6-6 315 06/12/75 33 12 TCU Midland, Texas UFA (Stl.) - '02 1/1/0/6

RESERVE-NON FOOTBALL INJURY (NFI): (1)
69 Young, Eric OL 6-3 305 11/22/83 25 R Tennessee Union, S.C. FA - '08 0/0/0/0

PRACTICE SQUAD: (9)
13 Bartel, Richard QB 6-3 233 02/03/83 25 1 Tarleton State Grapevine, Texas FA - '08 0/0/0/0
62 Fry, Dustin OL 6-3 326 10/03/83 25 2 Clemson Summerville, S.C. FA - '08 0/0/0/0
89 Hubbard, Paul WR 6-2 225 06/12/85 23 R Wisconsin Colorado Springs, Colo. D6b - '08 0/0/0/0
9 Leggett, Lance WR 6-3 200 02/11/85 23 R Miami (Fla.) Bartow, Fla. FA - '08 0/0/0/0
69 #Mohr, Christian DL 6-4 251 04/05/80 28 1 No College Aachen, Germany FA - '08 0/0/0/0
28 Patrick, Allen RB 6-1 200 02/15/84 24 R Oklahoma Conway, S.C. FA - '08 0/0/0/0
60 Purcell, Melila DL 6-5 295 02/05/84 24 1 Hawaii Pago Pago, American Samoa FA - '08 0/0/0/0
63 Quarterman, Kurt OL 6-5 348 10/05/85 23 1 Louisville Albany, Ga. FA - '08 0/0/0/0
83 Sanders, Steve WR 6-3 205 12/23/82 25 1 Bowling Green Cleveland, Ohio FA - '07 5/0/0/0

# International Practice Squad Player

Head Coach: Romeo Crennel
Rob Chudzinski (Offensive Coordinator), Mel Tucker (Defensive Coordinator), Ted Daisher (Special Teams Coordinator), Dave Atkins (Senior
Assistants: Offensive Assistant Coach), Chris Caminiti (Assistant Special Teams), Wes Chandler (Wide Receivers Coach), Alan DeGennaro (Assistant
Strength and Conditioning Coach), Mike Haluchak (Linebackers Coach), Umberto Leone (Defensive Quality Control Coach), Anthony Lynn
(Running Backs Coach), Steve Marshall (Offensive Line Coach), Richard McNutt (Assistant Defensive Backs), Randy Melvin (Defensive Line
Coach), Tom Myslinski (Strength and Conditioning Coach), Alfredo Roberts (Tight Ends Coach), Rip Scherer (Assistant Head Coach and
Quarterbacks Coach), Mike Sullivan (Assistant Offensive Line Coach), Bob Trott (Defensive Assistant Coach), Cory Undlin (Defensive Backs

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2008 CLEVELAND BROWNS ROSTER BY POSITION
Roster Size: 53 (as of 12-2-08)

QUARTERBACKS (2) POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN HOW ACQ GP/GS/DNP/IA
3 *Anderson, Derek QB 6-6 230 06/15/83 25 4 Oregon State Portland, Ore. W (Bal.) - '05 10/9/2/0
7 Gradkowski, Bruce QB 6-1 220 01/27/83 25 3 Toledo Pittsburgh, Pa. FA - '08 0/0/0/0
11 Dorsey, Ken QB 6-4 215 04/22/81 27 6 Miami (Fla.) Orinda, Calif. FA - '07 1/0/0/11
10 *Quinn, Brady QB 6-3 235 10/27/84 24 2 Notre Dame Dublin, Ohio D1b - '07 3/3/8/0

RUNNING BACKS (3)
35 Harrison, Jerome RB 5-9 205 02/26/83 25 3 Washington State Kalamazoo, Mich. D5a - '06 12/0/0/0
31 Lewis, Jamal RB 5-11 245 08/26/79 29 9 Tennessee Atlanta, Ga. UFA (Bal.) - '07 12/12/0/0
29 Wright, Jason RB 5-10 215 07/12/82 26 4 Northwestern Diamond Bar, Calif. FA - '05 12/0/0/0

FULLBACKS (2)
41 Ali, Charles FB 6-2 255 08/23/84 24 2 Arkansas-Pine Bluff St. Louis, Mo. FA - '07 12/3/0/0
47 Vickers, Lawrence FB 6-0 250 05/08/83 25 3 Colorado Houston, Texas D6a - '06 9/5/0/3

WIDE RECEIVERS (4)
16 Cribbs, Joshua WR 6-1 215 06/09/83 25 4 Kent State Washington, D.C. FA - '05 11/0/0/1
17 Edwards, Braylon WR 6-3 215 02/21/83 25 4 Michigan Detroit, Mich. D1 - '05 12/12/0/0
84 ***Jurevicius, Joe WR 6-5 230 12/23/74 33 11 Penn State Mentor, Ohio UFA (Sea.) - '06 0/0/0/0
18 Stallworth, Donte' WR 6-0 200 11/10/80 28 7 Tennessee Sacramento, Calif. UFA (N.E.) - '08 7/6/1/4
12 Steptoe, Syndric WR 5-9 200 12/06/84 24 1 Arizona Bryan, Texas D7b - '07 12/4/0/0

TIGHT ENDS (5)
44 Collins, Jed TE 6-1 255 03/03/86 22 R Washington State Mission Viejo, Calif. FA - '08 0/0/0/1
87 Dinkins, Darnell TE 6-4 260 01/20/77 31 7 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pa. UFA (Bal.) - '06 11/1/0/1
82 Heiden, Steve TE 6-5 270 09/21/76 32 10 South Dakota St. Rushford, Minn. Tr. (S.D.) - '02 12/9/0/0
86 Rucker, Martin TE 6-4 260 05/04/85 23 R Missouri St. Joseph, Mo. D4b - '08 1/0/1/10
80 Winslow, Kellen TE 6-4 250 07/21/83 25 5 Miami (Fla.) San Diego, Calif. D1 - 04 10/8/0/2

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN (8)
66 Fraley, Hank OL 6-2 310 09/21/77 31 9 Robert Morris Gaithersburg, Md. Tr. (Phi.) - '06 12/12/0/0
62 *Friedman, Lennie OL 6-3 290 08/13/76 32 10 Duke Milford, N.J. Tr. (Chi.) - '06 0/0/0/0
70 Hadnot, Rex OL 6-2 320 01/28/82 26 5 Houston Lufkin, Texas UFA (Mia.) - '08 11/11/0/1
68 McKinney, Seth OL 6-3 310 06/12/79 29 7 Texas A&M Centerville, Texas UFA (Mia.) - '07 12/3/0/0
77 Shaffer, Kevin OL 6-5 315 03/02/80 28 7 Tulsa Salisbury, Md. UFA (Atl.) - '06 11/11/0/1
61 Sowells, Isaac OL 6-3 320 05/04/82 26 3 Indiana Louisville, Ky. D4b - '06 12/0/0/0
65 Steinbach, Eric OL 6-6 295 04/04/80 28 6 Iowa Lockport, Ill. UFA (Cin.) - '07 10/10/0/2
73 Thomas, Joe OL 6-6 305 12/04/84 24 2 Wisconsin Brookfield, Wisc. D1a - '07 12/12/0/0
72 *Tucker, Ryan OL 6-6 315 06/12/75 33 12 TCU Midland, Texas UFA (Stl.) - '02 1/1/0/6
69 **Young, Eric OL 6-3 305 11/22/83 25 R Tennessee Union, S.C. FA - '08 0/0/0/0
79 Young, Scott OL 6-4 312 07/15/81 27 4 Brigham Young Salt Lake City, Utah W (Phil.) - '08 0/0/3/9

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN (6)
93 Leonard, Louis DL 6-4 325 07/16/84 24 2 Fresno State Los Angeles, Calif. W. (St. L) - '07 12/3/0/0
92 Rogers, Shaun DL 6-4 350 03/12/79 29 8 Texas LaPorte, Texas Tr. (Det.) - '08 12/12/0/0
71 Rubin, Ahtyba DL 6-2 330 07/25/86 22 R Iowa State Fort Belvoir, Virg. D6a - '08 8/0/0/4
98 *Smith, Robaire DL 6-4 310 11/15/77 31 9 Michigan State Flint, Mich. UFA (Ten.) - '07 2/2/0/0
91 Smith, Shaun DL 6-2 325 08/19/81 27 5 South Carolina Brooklyn, N.Y. RFA (Cin.) - '07 8/6/0/4
97 Thomas, Santonio DL 6-4 305 07/02/81 27 2 Miami (Fla.) Belle Glade, Fla. FA - '08 10/1/0/0
99 Williams, Corey DL 6-4 320 08/17/80 28 5 Arkansas State Camden, Ark. Tr. (G.B.) - '08 12/12/0/0

LINEBACKERS (10)
58 Bell, Beau LB 6-1 250 05/26/86 22 R UNLV Tustin, Calif. D4a - '08 4/0/2/6
54 Davis, Andra LB 6-1 250 12/23/78 29 7 Florida Live Oak, Fla. D5 - '02 12/12/0/0
53 Griffin, Kris LB 6-3 245 05/27/82 26 4 Indiana (Pa.) Beaver, Pa. W (K.C.) - '07 8/0/0/4
96 Hall, Alex LB 6-5 250 08/17/85 23 R St. Augustine Glenarden, Md. D7 - '08 12/2/0/0
52 Jackson, D'Qwell LB 6-0 240 09/26/83 25 3 Maryland Largo, Fla. D2 - '06 12/12/0/0
55 McGinest, Willie LB 6-5 270 12/11/71 37 15 USC Long Beach, Calif. UFA (N.E.) - '06 10/10/0/2
51 Orr, Shantee LB 6-1 245 05/28/81 27 5 Michigan Detroit, Mich. UFA (Jack.) - '08 11/0/0/1
56 *Peek, Antwan LB 6-3 250 10/29/79 29 6 Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio UFA (Hou.) - '07 0/0/0/0
59 Brown, Titus LB 6-3 245 03/27/86 22 R Mississippi State Tuscaloosa, Ala. FA - '08 0/0/0/1
94 Williams, Leon LB 6-2 250 07/30/83 25 3 Miami (Fla.) Brooklyn, N.Y. D4a - '06 12/0/0/0
95 Wimbley, Kamerion LB 6-3 255 10/13/83 25 3 Florida State Wichita, Kan. D1 - '06 12/12/0/0

DEFENSIVE BACKS (10)
42 Abdullah, Hamza DB 6-2 216 08/20/83 25 4 Washington State Pomona, Calif. FA - '08 1/0/0/8
20 Adams, Mike DB 5-11 195 03/24/81 27 5 Delaware Paterson, N.J. UFA (S.F.) - '07 10/5/0/2
25 Cousin, Terry DB 5-9 185 04/11/75 33 12 South Carolina Miami, Fla. UFA (Jack.) - '08 12/0/0/0
23 Daniels, Travis DB 6-1 195 09/08/82 25 4 LSU Hollywood, Fla. Tr. (Mia.) - '08 7/1/2/3
39 *Holly, Daven DB 5-10 185 08/08/82 26 4 Cincinnati Clairton, Pa. FA - '06 0/0/0/0
26 Jones, Sean DB 6-1 220 03/02/82 26 5 Georgia Atlanta, Ga. D2 - '04 8/8/0/4
30 Lawson, Gerard DB 5-10 195 01/12/85 23 R Oregon State Las Vegas, Nev. FA - '08 11/0/0/1
22 McDonald, Brandon DB 5-10 185 08/26/85 23 2 Memphis Collins, Miss. D5 - '07 12/11/0/0
21 Pool, Brodney DB 6-2 205 05/24/84 24 4 Oklahoma Houston, Texas D2 - '05 11/11/0/1
27 Sorensen, Nick DB 6-3 210 07/31/78 30 8 Virginia Tech Winter Haven, Fla. FA - '07 12/0/0/0
24 Wright, Eric DB 5-10 190 07/24/85 23 2 UNLV San Francisco, Calif. D2 - '07 12/12/0/0

SPECIALISTS (3)
4 Dawson, Phil K 5-11 200 01/23/75 33 10 Texas Dallas, Texas FA - '99 12/0/0/0
64 Pontbriand, Ryan LS 6-2 255 10/01/79 29 6 Rice Houston, Texas D5a - '03 12/0/0/0
15 Zastudil, Dave P 6-3 220 10/26/78 30 7 Ohio University Bay Village, Ohio UFA (Bal.) - '06 12/0/0/0

* - Reserve-Injured
** - Reserve-Non Football Injury
*** - Reserve-Physically Unable to Perform (PUP)

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HOW THETHE
HOW BROWNS WERE
BROWNS BUILT
WERE BUILT
Roster Size: 53 (as of 12-2-08)
Roster Size: 53

YEAR DRAFT (20) TRADE/WAIVER (8) FREE AGENTS (25)
2008 Beau Bell (4a) Travis Daniels (Tr. - Mia.) Hamza Abdullah
Martin Rucker (4b) Shaun Rogers (Tr. - Det.) Titus Brown
Ahtyba Rubin (6a) Corey Williams (Tr. - G.B.) Jed Collins
Alex Hall (7) Scott Young (W. Phil) Terry Cousin-UFA (Jack.)
Bruce Gradkowski
Rex Hadnot-UFA (Mia.)
Gerard Lawson
****Christian Mohr
Shantee Orr-UFA (Jack.)
Donte' Stallworth-UFA (N.E.)
Santonio Thomas
**Eric Young

2007 Joe Thomas (1a) Kris Griffin (W. - K.C.) Mike Adams
*Brady Quinn (1b) Louis Leonard (W.- St. L) Charles Ali
Eric Wright (2) Ken Dorsey
Brandon McDonald (5) Jamal Lewis-UFA (Balt.)
Syndric Steptoe (7b) Seth McKinney-UFA (Mia.)
*Antwan Peek-UFA (Hou.)
*Robaire Smith-UFA (Ten.)
Shaun Smith-RFA (Cin.)
Nick Sorensen
Eric Steinbach-UFA (Cin.)

2006 Kamerion Wimbley (1) Hank Fraley (Tr. - Phi.) Darnell Dinkins-UFA (Balt.)
D'Qwell Jackson (2) *Lennie Friedman (Tr. - Chi.) *Daven Holly
Leon Williams (4a) ***Joe Jurevicius-UFA (Sea.)
Isaac Sowells (4b) Willie McGinest-UFA (N.E.)
Jerome Harrison (5a) Kevin Shaffer-UFA (Atl.)
Lawrence Vickers (6a) Dave Zastudil-UFA (Balt.)

2005 Braylon Edwards (1) *Derek Anderson (W - Balt.) Joshua Cribbs
Brodney Pool (2) Jason Wright

2004 Kellen Winslow (1)
Sean Jones (2)

2003 Ryan Pontbriand (5a)

2002 Andra Davis (5) Steve Heiden (Tr. - S.D.) *Ryan Tucker-UFA (Stl.)

2001

2000

1999 Phil Dawson

* Reserve-Injured (IR)
** Reserve-Non Football Injury (NFI)
*** Physically Unable to Perform (PUP)
**** International Practice Squad Player

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2008 CLEVELAND BROWNS ROSTER BY EXPERIENCE
Roster Size: 53 (as of 12-2-08)

NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN HOW ACQ

15th Year (1) 55 McGinest, Willie LB 6-5 270 12/11/71 37 15 USC Long Beach, Calif. UFA (N.E.) - '06

12th Year (1) 25 Cousin, Terry DB 5-9 185 04/11/75 33 12 South Carolina Miami, Fla. UFA (Jack.) - '08
72 *Tucker, Ryan OL 6-6 315 06/12/75 33 12 TCU Midland, Texas UFA (Stl.) - '02

11th Year (1) 84 ***Jurevicius, Joe WR 6-5 230 12/23/74 33 11 Penn State Mentor, Ohio UFA (Sea.) - '06

10th Year (2) 4 Dawson, Phil K 5-11 200 01/23/75 33 10 Texas Dallas, Texas FA - '99
62 *Friedman, Lennie OL 6-3 290 08/13/76 32 10 Duke Milford, N.J. Tr. (Chi.) - '06
82 Heiden, Steve TE 6-5 270 09/21/76 32 10 South Dakota St. Rushford, Minn. Tr. (S.D.) - '02

9th Year (2) 66 Fraley, Hank OL 6-2 310 09/21/77 31 9 Robert Morris Gaithersburg, Md. Tr. (Phi.) - '06
31 Lewis, Jamal RB 5-11 245 08/26/79 29 9 Tennessee Atlanta, Ga. UFA (Bal.) - '07
98 *Smith, Robaire DL 6-4 310 11/15/77 31 9 Michigan State Flint, Mich. UFA (Ten.) - '07

8th Year (2) 92 Rogers, Shaun DL 6-4 350 03/12/79 29 8 Texas LaPorte, Texas Tr. (Det.) - '08
27 Sorensen, Nick DB 6-3 210 07/31/78 30 8 Virginia Tech Winter Haven, Fla. FA - '07

7th Year (6) 54 Davis, Andra LB 6-1 250 12/23/78 29 7 Florida Live Oak, Fla. D5 - '02
87 Dinkins, Darnell TE 6-4 260 01/20/77 31 7 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pa. UFA (Bal.) - '06
68 McKinney, Seth OL 6-3 310 06/12/79 29 7 Texas A&M Centerville, Texas UFA (Mia.) - '07
77 Shaffer, Kevin OL 6-5 315 03/02/80 28 7 Tulsa Salisbury, Md. UFA (Atl.) - '06
18 Stallworth, Donte' WR 6-0 200 11/10/80 28 7 Tennessee Sacremento, Calif. UFA (N.E.) - '08
15 Zastudil, Dave P 6-3 220 10/26/78 30 7 Ohio University Bay Village, Ohio UFA (Bal.) - '06

6th Year (3) 11 Dorsey, Ken QB 6-4 215 04/22/81 27 6 Miami (Fla.) Orinda, Calif. FA - '07
56 *Peek, Antwan LB 6-3 250 10/29/79 29 6 Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio UFA (Hou.) - '07
64 Pontbriand, Ryan LS 6-2 255 10/01/79 29 6 Rice Houston, Texas D5a - '03
65 Steinbach, Eric OL 6-6 295 04/04/80 28 6 Iowa Lockport, Ill. UFA (Cin.) - '07

5th Year (7) 20 Adams, Mike DB 5-11 195 03/24/81 27 5 Delaware Paterson, N.J. UFA (S.F.) - '07
70 Hadnot, Rex OL 6-2 320 01/28/82 26 5 Houston Lufkin, Texas UFA (Mia.) - '08
26 Jones, Sean DB 6-1 220 03/02/82 26 5 Georgia Atlanta, Ga. D2 - '04
51 Orr, Shantee LB 6-1 245 05/28/81 27 5 Michigan Detroit, Mich. UFA (Jack.) - '08
91 Smith, Shaun DL 6-2 325 08/19/81 27 5 South Carolina Brooklyn, N.Y. RFA (Cin.) - '07
99 Williams, Corey DL 6-4 320 08/17/80 28 5 Arkansas State Camden, Ark. Tr. (G.B.) - '08
80 Winslow, Kellen TE 6-4 250 07/21/83 25 5 Miami (Fla.) San Diego, Calif. D1 - 04

4th Year (8) 42 Abdullah, Hamza S 6-2 216 08/20/83 25 4 Washington State Pomona, Calif. FA - '08
3 *Anderson, Derek QB 6-6 230 06/15/83 25 4 Oregon State Portland, Ore. W (Bal.) - '05
16 Cribbs, Joshua WR 6-1 215 06/09/83 25 4 Kent State Washington, D.C. FA - '05
23 Daniels, Travis DB 6-1 195 09/08/82 26 4 LSU Hollywood, Fla. Tr. (Mia.) - '08
17 Edwards, Braylon WR 6-3 215 02/21/83 25 4 Michigan Detroit, Mich. D1 - '05
53 Griffin, Kris LB 6-3 245 05/27/82 26 4 Indiana (Pa.) Beaver, Pa. W (K.C.) - '07
39 *Holly, Daven DB 5-10 185 08/08/82 26 4 Cincinnati Clairton, Pa. FA - '06
21 Pool, Brodney DB 6-2 205 05/24/84 24 4 Oklahoma Houston, Texas D2 - '05
29 Wright, Jason RB 5-10 215 07/12/82 26 4 Northwestern Diamond Bar, Calif. FA - '05
79 Young, Scott OL 6-4 312 07/15/81 27 4 Brigham Young Salt Lake City, Utah W. (Phil.) - '08

3rd Year (7) 7 Gradkowski, Bruce QB 6-1 220 01/27/83 25 3 Toledo Pittsburgh, Pa. FA - '08
35 Harrison, Jerome RB 5-9 205 02/26/83 25 3 Washington State Kalamazoo, Mich. D5a - '06
52 Jackson, D'Qwell LB 6-0 240 09/26/83 25 3 Maryland Largo, Fla. D2 - '06
61 Sowells, Isaac OL 6-3 320 05/04/82 26 3 Indiana Louisville, Ky. D4b - '06
47 Vickers, Lawrence FB 6-0 250 05/08/83 25 3 Colorado Houston, Texas D6a - '06
94 Williams, Leon LB 6-2 250 07/30/83 25 3 Miami (Fla.) Brooklyn, N.Y. D4a - '06
95 Wimbley, Kamerion LB 6-3 255 10/13/83 25 3 Florida State Wichita, Kan. D1 - '06

2nd Year (5) 41 Ali, Charles FB 6-2 255 08/23/84 24 2 Arkansas-Pine Bluff St. Louis, Mo. FA - '07
93 Leonard, Louis DL 6-4 325 07/16/84 24 2 Fresno State Los Angeles, Calif. W. (St. L) - '07
22 McDonald, Brandon DB 5-10 185 08/26/85 23 2 Memphis Collins, Miss. D5 - '07
10 *Quinn, Brady QB 6-3 235 10/27/84 24 2 Notre Dame Dublin, Ohio D1b - '07
73 Thomas, Joe OT 6-6 305 12/04/84 24 2 Wisconsin Brookfield, Wisc. D1a - '07
97 Thomas, Santonio DL 6-4 305 07/02/81 27 2 Miami (Fla.) Belle Glade, Fla. FA - '08
24 Wright, Eric DB 5-10 190 07/24/85 23 2 UNLV San Francisco, Calif. D2 - '07

1st Year (1) 12 Syndric, Steptoe WR 5-9 200 12/06/84 24 1 Arizona Bryan, Texas D7b - '07

Rookie (7) 58 Bell, Beau LB 6-1 250 05/26/86 22 R UNLV Tustin, Calif. D4a - '08
59 Brown, Titus LB 6-3 245 03/27/86 22 R Mississippi State Tuscaloosa, Ala. FA - '08
44 Collins, Jed TE 6-1 255 03/03/86 22 R Washington State Mission Viejo, Calif. FA - '08
96 Hall, Alex LB 6-5 250 08/17/85 23 R St. Augustine Glenarden, Md. D7 - '08
30 Lawson, Gerard DB 5-10 195 01/12/85 23 R Oregon State Las Vegas, Nev. FA - '08
71 Rubin, Ahtyba DL 6-2 330 07/25/86 22 R Iowa State Fort Belvoir, Virg. D6a - '08
86 Rucker, Martin TE 6-4 260 05/04/85 23 R Missouri St. Joseph, Mo. D4b - '08
69 **Young, Eric OL 6-3 305 11/22/83 25 R Tennessee Union, S.C. FA - '08

* Reserve-Injured
** Reserve-Non Football Injury
*** Physically Unable to Perform (PUP)

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2008 TRANSACTIONS
Jan. 7 Offensive Coordinator Rob Chudzinski signed to a two-year contract extension. July 21 DL Christian Mohr signed as International Practice Squad Player
Jan. 11 Defensive Coordinator Todd Grantham will not be retained for 2008. July 23 WR Joe Jurevicius, OL Ryan Tucker placed on Active/PUP
Jan. 12 Mel Tucker named as Defensive Coordinator. Aug. 9 DB Gary Baxter contract terminated.
Cory Undlin named Defensive Backs Coach. Aug. 10 DB Steve Cargile waived.
Jan. 29 Head Coach Romeo Crennel signed a two year contract extension (through 2011). DB Travis Key signed as a free agent.
Feb. 21 RB Jamal Lewis agreed to terms on a three-year contract. DB Brandon Mitchell signed as a free agent.
Feb. 27 DE Orpheus Roye contract terminated. Aug. 11 OL Cliff Louis waived.
Feb. 28 RB Kory Chapman, TE Brad Cieslak, DB AJ Davis, WR Kevin Kasper, OL Cliff OL Jonathan Palmer signed as a free agent.
Louis, DL Chase Pittman, WR Steve Sanders, WR Syndric Steptoe, DL Zach
West signed as Reserve/Future free agent. Aug. 20 DB Travis Daniels traded from Miami to Cleveland for an undisclosed draft choice.

Feb. 29 QB Derek Anderson agrees to terms on a three-year contract. DB Mil’Von James waived.

Browns trade the 2008 second-round draft choice to Green Bay for DE Corey Aug. 26 WR Joe Jurevicius placed on Reserve-PUP.
Williams and agree with Corey Williams on a six-year contract. WR Kevin Kasper placed on Injured-Reserve.
March 1 WR Donte’ Stallworth signed to a seven-year contract. DB Damon Jenkins, DL Brian Schaefering, RB Austin Scott waived.
March 4 Browns trade DB Leigh Bodden and the 2008 third-round draft choice to Detroit Aug. 30 TE Brad Cieslak, DB A.J. Davis, WR Efrem Hill, TE Kolomono Kapanui , DB Tra-
for DL Shaun Rogers and agree to terms on a six-year contract with Shaun Rogers. vis Key, OL James Lee, WR Lance Leggett, DB Brandon Mitchell, LB David Mc-
S Nick Sorensen signed to a three-year contract. Millan, LB Chase Ortiz, OL Jonathan Palmer, DB Jereme Perry, DL Melilia Pur-
cell, K Jason Reda, WR Steve Sanders, WR Travis Wilson waived.
March 10 OL Rex Hadnot signed to a two-year contract.
OL Lennie Friedman placed on Injured-Reserve.
March 11 OL Lennie Friedman signed to a one-year contract.
LB Shantee Orr contract terminated.
March 13 FB Charles Ali signed to a one-year contract.
OL Derrick Morse waived-injured.
DB Gary Baxter signed to a one-year contract.
OL Marvin Philip waived-injured.
March 21 LB Shantee Orr agreed to terms on a one-year contract.
DL Chase Pittman waived-injured.
March 22 Mike Keenan named president.
RB Travis Thomas waived-injured.
March 26 LB Kris Griffin signed to a one-year contract.
Sept. 1 OL Scott Young claimed via waivers from Philadelphia.
March 27 Named Richard McNutt as assistant defensive backs coach.
OL Nathan Bennett waived.
Named Chris Caminiti as assistant special teams coach.
LB Titus Brown, RB Omar Cuff, OL Christian Gaddis, DB Travis Key, WR Lance
March 28 OL Seth McKinney signed to a one-year contract. Leggett, DL Melila Purcell, WR Steve Sanders signed to the practice squad.
April 27 Browns trade their 2008 fourth round selection (122nd overall) and their 2008 Sept. 4 LB Antwan Peek placed on Injured-Reserve.
fifth round selection (155th overall) to Dallas for the 104th selection in the fourth
round. LB Shantee Orr signed to a one-year contract.

Selected LB Beau Bell in the fourth round (104th overall) in the 2008 NFL Draft. Sept. 6 WR Paul Hubbard waived.

Browns trade their 2009 third-round selection to Dallas for the 111th overall selection WR Steve Sanders signed from the practice squad to the active roster.
in the fourth round. Sept. 8 WR Paul Hubbard, RB Allen Patrick signed to the practice squad.
Selected TE Martin Rucker in the fourth round (111th overall) in the 2008 NFL Draft. RB Omar Cuff waived.
Selected DL Ahtyba Rubin in the sixth round (190th overall) in the 2008 NFL Draft. Sept. 16 DL Robaire Smith placed on Injured-Reserve.
Browns trade their 2009 fifth round selection to Philadelphia for the 191st overall DL Santonio Thomas signed as a free agent.
selection in the sixth round.
Sept. 23 OL Travis Leffew signed to the practice squad.
Selected WR Paul Hubbard in the sixth round (191st overall) in the 2008 NFL Draft.
OL Nathan Bennett waived from the practice squad.
Selected LB Alex Hall in the seventh round (231st overall) in the 2008 NFL Draft.
Oct. 6 WR Steve Sanders waived.
April 30 DB Steve Cargile, LB Jermaine Dias, DB Jerrid Gaines, DB Justin Harrison, QB
Craig Hormann, TE Kolomona Kapanui, DB Gerard Lawson, OL James Lee, DB Travis Key waived from the practice squad.
WR Lance Leggett, DL Chase Ortiz, OL Robert Powell, K Jason Reda, DL Brian
DB Hamza Abdullah signed to the active roster.
Schaefering signed as an undrafted rookie free agent.
Oct. 8 WR Steve Sanders signed to the practice squad.
April 30 DB Darnell Terrell signed as an undrafted rookie free agent.
Oct. 28 OL Kurt Quarterman signed to the practice squad.
RB Travis Thomas signed as an undrafted rookie free agent.
OL Christian Gaddis waived from the practice squad.
OL Eric Young signed as an undrafted rookie free agent.
Nov. 1 OL Ryan Tucker placed on Reserve-Injured.
May 5 RB Kory Chapman, LB Jermaine Dias, DB Jerrid Gaines, DB Justin Harrison,
QB Craig Hormann, OL Robert Powell, OL Eric Young waived. WR Steve Sanders signed from the practice squad to the active roster.
OL Nathan Bennett, WR Nate Hughes, DB Mil’Von James, DB Damon Jenkins, Nov. 6 OL Dustin Fry signed to the practice squad.
LB Asa Matthews, LB Xavier Mitchell, RB Austin Scott signed as a free agent.
Nov. 26 QB Brady Quinn placed on Reserve-Injured.
May 14 DB Kenny Wright contract terminated.
TE Jed Collins signed as a free agent.
May 15 DB Jereme Perry signed to a one-year contract.
WR Steve Sanders waived.
May 21 DB Daven Holly signed to a one-year contract.
LB Titus Brown signed from the practice squad to the active roster.
May 22 DB Daven Holly waived-Injured.
QB Richard Bartel signed to the practice squad.
LB Asa Matthews waived.
Dec. 2 QB Derek Anderson placed on Reserve-Injured.
May 23 DB Terry Cousin signed to a two-year contract.
QB Bruce Gradkowski signed as a free agent.
June 11 OL LeCharles Bentley contract terminated.
WR Steve Sanders signed to the practice squad.
June 17 WR Nate Hughes, LB Xavier Mitchell, DB Darnell Terrell waived
OL Travis Leffew released from the practice squad.
OL Derrick Morse signed as a free agent.
July 21 DB Justin Sandy waived injury settlement.
DL Zach West waived.

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2008 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS
WON 4, LOST 8 * RUSHING No. Yds Avg Long TD
09/07 L 10-28 Dallas 73,012 Lewis 219 793 3.6 29 4
09/14 L 6-10 Pittsburgh 73,048 Harrison 29 244 8.4 72t 1
09/21 L 10-28 at Baltimore 71,104 Cribbs 11 75 6.8 27 1
09/28 W 20-12 at Cincinnati 65,541 Anderson 25 55 2.2 15 0
10/13 W 35-14 New York Giants 73,102 J. Wright 14 54 3.9 11 0
10/19 L 11-14 at Washington 90,487 Vickers 8 28 3.5 10 0
10/26 W 23-17 at Jacksonville 64,775 Quinn 5 21 4.2 12 0
11/02 L 27-37 Baltimore 73,078 Stallworth 1 -4 -4.0 -4 0
11/06 L 30-34 Denver 73,141 TEAM 312 1266 4.1 72t 6
11/17 W 29-27 at Buffalo 71,645 OPPONENTS 384 1695 4.4 60 11
11/23 L 6-16 Houston 72,077 * RECEIVING No. Yds Avg Long TD
11/30 L 6-10 Indianapolis 72,411 Winslow 43 428 10.0 30 3
12/07 at Tennessee Edwards 42 697 16.6 70 3
12/15 at Philadelphia Heiden 19 220 11.6 51 0
12/21 Cincinnati Lewis 18 161 8.9 18 0
12/28 at Pittsburgh Steptoe 15 162 10.8 53 0
Clev. Opp. Stallworth 13 126 9.7 19 1
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 189 241 J. Wright 11 83 7.5 17 1
Rushing 65 93 Harrison 8 111 13.9 23 1
Passing 106 137 Vickers 8 58 7.3 16 0
Penalty 18 11 Dinkins 3 31 10.3 22t 1
3rd Down: Made/Att 58/159 63/151 Ali 3 11 3.7 12 0
3rd Down Pct. 36.5 41.7 Cribbs 2 18 9.0 17 1
4th Down: Made/Att 4/9 10/15 Sanders 1 18 18.0 18 0
4th Down Pct. 44.4 66.7 Rucker 1 9 9.0 9 0
POSSESSION AVG. 28:08 31:52 TEAM 187 2133 11.4 70 11
TOTAL NET YARDS 3303 4281 OPPONENTS 224 2670 11.9 93t 14
Avg. Per Game 275.3 356.8 * INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg Long TD
Total Plays 702 748 E. Wright 3 131 43.7 94t 1
Avg. Per Play 4.7 5.7 Pool 3 45 15.0 24 0
NET YARDS RUSHING 1266 1695 McDonald 3 24 8.0 21 0
Avg. Per Game 105.5 141.3 Jones 2 24 12.0 20 0
Total Rushes 312 384 Adams 2 18 9.0 18 0
NET YARDS PASSING 2037 2586 Jackson 1 16 16.0 16 0
Avg. Per Game 169.8 215.5 Cousin 1 4 4.0 4 0
Sacked/Yards Lost 15/96 15/84 Davis 1 4 4.0 4 0
Gross Yards 2133 2670 Wimbley 1 2 2.0 2 0
Att./Completions 375/187 349/224 TEAM 17 268 15.8 94t 1
Completion Pct. 49.9 64.2 OPPONENTS 11 141 12.8 42t 2
Had Intercepted 11 17 * PUNTING No. Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B
PUNTS/AVERAGE 53/44.8 43/42.0 Zastudil 52 2343 45.1 39.4 6 17 65 0
NET PUNTING AVG. 53/39.3 43/34.7 Dawson 1 33 33.0 33.0 0 1 33 0
PENALTIES/YARDS 74/469 71/549 TEAM 53 2376 44.8 39.3 6 18 65 0
FUMBLES/BALL LOST 13/6 14/6 OPPONENTS 43 1804 42.0 34.7 5 12 59 0
TOUCHDOWNS 19 29 * PUNT RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD
Rushing 6 11 Cribbs 22 5 190 8.6 32 0
Passing 11 14 Steptoe 2 0 23 11.5 14 0
Returns 2 4 TEAM 24 5 213 8.9 32 0
* SCORE BY PERIODS Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PTS OPPONENTS 23 6 172 7.5 34 0
TEAM 36 76 29 72 0 213 * KICKOFF RETURNS No. Yds Avg Long TD
OPPONENTS 34 77 61 75 0 247 Cribbs 33 865 26.2 92t 1
* SCORING TD-Ru-Pa-Rt K-PAT FG S PTS Dinkins 3 37 12.3 14 0
Dawson 0 0 0 0 17/17 26/30 0 95 Lawson 3 72 24.0 43 0
Lewis 4 4 0 0 0 24 Steptoe 3 61 20.3 23 0
Edwards 3 0 3 0 0 22 Ali 1 10 10.0 10 0
Cribbs 3 1 1 1 0 18 Sowells 1 0 0.0 0 0
Winslow 3 0 3 0 0 18 TEAM 44 1045 23.8 92t 1
Harrison 2 1 1 0 0 12 OPPONENTS 45 1034 23.0 98t 1
Dinkins 1 0 1 0 0 6 * FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Stallworth 1 0 1 0 0 6 Dawson 0/ 0 9/ 9 11/13 3/ 3 3/5
E. Wright 1 0 0 1 0 6 TEAM 0/ 0 9/ 9 11/13 3/ 3 3/5
J. Wright 1 0 1 0 0 6 OPPONENTS 0/ 0 2/ 2 8/11 4/ 8 1/2
TEAM 19 6 11 2 17/17 26/30 0 213 Dawson: (34G)(31G,38G)(38G)(25G,29G)(28G,51N,
OPPONENTS 29 11 14 4 28/28 15/23 0 247 26G)(37G,54N)(32G,20G,42G)(23G,54G)(24G,52G,
2-Pt. Conversions: Edwards 2, TEAM 2-2, 33G)(40G,33G,43G,22G,56G)(32G,32G,39N)(34G,
OPPONENTS 0-1 25G,34N)
SACKS: Rogers 4.5, Hall 3, Wimbley 3, OPPONENTS: ()(48G)(48N)(42G,45G)()(36N)(38B,
Jackson 2, Pool 1, Sorensen 0.5, 53G)(41G,32G,22G)(38N,35G,30G)(26G,31G,47N)
S. Thomas 0.5, C. Williams 0.5, TEAM 15, (31G,49B,31G,56N,36G)(30G,46N)
OPPONENTS 15
FUM/LOST: Anderson 9/2, Lewis 1/1,
Steptoe 1/1, Winslow 1/1, E. Wright 1/1

* PASSING Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD TD% Int Int% Long Sack/Lost Rating
Anderson 283 142 1615 50.2 5.71 9 3.2 8 2.8 70 14/ 87 66.5
Quinn 89 45 518 50.6 5.82 2 2.2 2 2.2 42 1/ 9 66.6
Dorsey 3 0 0 0.0 0.00 0 0.0 1 33.3 --- 0/ 0 0.0
TEAM 375 187 2133 49.9 5.69 11 2.9 11 2.9 70 15/ 96 64.9
349 224 2670 64 2 -32-
7 65 14 4 0 17 4 9 93 15/ 84 80 5
2008 DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
2008 REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
Player Total Solo Asst. TFL Sacks Yds Press. Ints Yds PBU For. Rec. Safety TD
D’Qwell Jackson 136 81 53 2 2.0 10.5 2 1 16 2 0 0 0 0
Andra Davis 90 45 41 4 0.0 0.0 0 1 4 3 0 0 0 0
Shaun Rogers 62 42 13 7 4.5 27.0 12 0 0 2 0 0 0 0
Eric Wright 59 44 14 1 0.0 0.0 0 3 131 9 1 1 0 1
Kamerion Wimbley 59 40 18 1 3.0 12.0 2 1 2 1 1 0 0 0
Sean Jones 56 25 31 0 0.0 0.0 1 2 24 0 1 0 0 0
Willie McGinest 52 34 15 3 0.0 0.0 8 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Brandon McDonald 51 33 17 1 0.0 0.0 0 3 23 15 0 0 0 0
Brodney Pool 46 29 15 2 1.0 6.0 0 3 45 3 1 1 0 0
Corey Williams 43 23 19 1 0.5 4.5 3 0 0 4 0 1 0 0
Mike Adams 40 18 21 1 0.0 0.0 2 2 18 1 0 1 0 0
Leon Williams 39 34 4 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Shaun Smith 30 17 13 0 0.0 0.0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
Terry Cousin 24 16 8 0 0.0 0.0 1 1 4 2 0 0 0 0
Alex Hall 22 14 7 1 3.0 18.0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
Louis Leonard 15 2 13 0 0.0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Santonio Thomas 14 6 8 0 0.5 1.5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Nick Sorensen 12 7 4 1 0.5 4.5 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Ahtyba Rubin 9 5 4 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Robaire Smith 6 3 3 0 0.0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Shantee Orr 4 1 2 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Travis Daniels 1 1 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
BROWNS TOTALS 870 520 323 27 15.0 84.0 43 17 267 45 6 4 0 1

INTERCEPTIONS (17) SINGLE-GAME HIGHS
3: E. Wright (9/7/08 vs. DAL, 9/28/08 @ CIN, 10/13/08 vs. NYG), Tackles: 16 Interceptions: 1
B. Pool (10/13/08 vs. NYG, 11/6/08 vs. DEN, 11/23/08 vs. HOU), *D. Jackson (10/13/08 vs. NYG) *E. Wright (9/7/08 vs. DAL, 9/28/08 @ CIN, 10/13/08
B. McDonald (10/13/08 vs. NYG & 11/17/08 @ BUF, 11/30/08 vs. IND) *S. Jones (10/19/08 @ WAS) vs. NYG)
*D. Jackson (9/21/08 vs. BAL)
2: M. Adams (9/21/08 vs. BAL & 9/28/08 @ CIN), S. Jones Solo Tackles:11
*D. Jackson (10/13/08 vs. NYG) *M. Adams (9/21/08 vs. BAL & 9/28/08 @ CIN)
(11/23/08 vs. HOU, 11/30/08 vs. IND)
*T. Cousin (9/28/08 @ CIN)
Assisted Tackles: 8 *B. McDonald (10/13/08 vs. NYG, 11/17/08 @ BUF,
1: D. Jackson (9/21/08 vs. BAL), T. Cousin (9/28/08 @ CIN), *D. Jackson (11/23/08 vs. HOU) 11/30/08 vs. IND)
A. Davis (11/17/08 @ BUF), K. Wimbley (11/17/08 @ BUF)
Sacks: 1 *B. Pool (10/13/08 vs. NYG, 11/6/08 vs. DEN, 11/23/08
QB SACKS (15) *S. Rogers (9/14/08 vs. PIT, 9/28/08 @ CIN, 10/19/08 vs. HOU)
@ WAS, 10/26/08 @ JAX, 11/2/08 vs. BAL) *A. Davis (11/17/08 @ BUF)
4.5: S. Rogers (9/14/08 vs. PIT, 9/28/08 @ CIN, 10/19/08 @
WAS, 10/26/08 @ JAX)) *A. Hall (9/21/08 vs. BAL, 9/28/08 @ CIN, 10/13/08 *K. Wimbley (11/17/08 @ BUF)
vs. NYG) *S. Jones (11/23/08 vs. HOU, 11/30/08 vs. IND)
3: A. Hall (9/21/08 vs. BAL, 9/28/08 @ CIN, 10/13/08 vs. NYG), *K. Wimbley (9/28/08 @ CIN, 11/6/08 vs. DEN,
K. Wimbley (9/28/08 @ CIN, 11/6/08 vs. DEN, 11/23/08 vs. HOU) PBU: 4
11/23/08 vs. HOU) *B. McDonald (11/6/08 vs. DEN)
2: D. Jackson (10/26/08 @ JAX, 11/2/08 vs. BAL) *D. Jackson (11/2/08 vs. BAL)
*B. Pool (10/26/08 @ JAX) Special Teams Tackles: 5
1: B. Pool (10/26/08 @ JAX) * J. Cribbs (11/6/08 vs. DEN)
0.5: C. Williams (9/14/08 vs. PIT), N. Sorensen (9/14/08 vs. PIT),
S. Thomas (11/2/08 vs. BAL)
TOUCHDOWNS (1)
1: E. Wright (10/13/08 vs. NYG - 94 yd. int return)

2008 REGULAR SEASON SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
Player Total Solo Asst. For. Rec. PATs FGs Punts TDs Safety
Joshua Cribbs 21 19 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Nick Sorensen 9 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jerome Harrison 7 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Alex Hall 6 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Shantee Orr 5 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Terry Cousin 5 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Darnell Dinkins 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Gerard Lawson 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Travis Daniels 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jason Wright 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Mike Adams 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Kris Griffin 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Beau Bell 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Lawrence Vickers 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Brandon McDonald 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ryan Pontbriand 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Shaun Rogers 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
BROWNS TOTAL 78 61 17 1 2 0 1 0 0 0

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2008 DEFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME STATS
INTERCEPTIONS
Game Opp. No. Yards LG TD Players
9/7 DAL 1 20 20 0 E. Wright
9/14 PIT - - - - -
9/21 at Balt 2 16 16 0 D. Jackson, M. Adams
9/28 at Cin 3 39 18 0 E. Wright, M. Adams, T. Cousin
10/13 NYG 3 139 94 1 E. Wright (TD), B. McDonald, B. Pool
10/19 at Wash - - - - -
10/26 at Jac - - - - -
11/2 BALT - - - - -
11/6 DEN 1 13 13 0 B. Pool
11/17 at Buf 3 9 4 0 B. McDonald, A. Davis, K. Wimbley
11/23 HOU 2 28 20 0 S. Jones, B. Pool
11/30 IND 2 4 4 0 S. Jones, B. McDonald
12/7 at Ten
12/15 at Phi
12/21 CIN
12/28 at Pit
Totals 12 games 17 267 94 1 E. Wright (3), B. Pool (3), B. McDonald (3), M. Adams (2),
S. Jones (2), D. Jackson (1), T. Cousin (1), A. Davis (1), K. Wimbley (1),

FUMBLES
FUMBLES FORCED FUMBLES RECOVERED
Game Opp. No. Player No. Player
9/7 DAL 0 - 2 D. Anderson, S. Steptoe
9/14 PIT 0 - 0 -
9/21 at Balt 0 - 1 K. Shaffer
9/28 at Cin 2 K. Wimbley, A. Hall 2 C. Williams, M. Adams
10/13 NYG 0 - 1 D. Anderson
10/19 at Wash 2 S. Jones, E. Wright 1 B. Pool
10/26 at Jac - - - -
11/2 BALT - - - -
11/6 DEN - - - -
11/17 at Buf 1 B. McDonald 1 A. Rubin
11/23 HOU 1 A. Hall - -
11/30 IND 2 B. Pool, S. Smith 1 E. Wright
12/7 at Ten
12/15 at Phi
12/21 CIN
12/28 at Pit
Totals 12 games 8 A. Hall (2), K. Wimbley (1), S. Jones (1), 9 D. Anderson (2), S. Steptoe (1), K. Shaffer (1),
E. Wright (1), B. McDonald (1), B. Pool (1) C. Williams (1), M. Adams (1), B. Pool (1), A.Rubin (1)
S. Smith (1) E. Wright (1)

QUARTERBACK SACKS
Game Opp. No. Yards Players
9/7 DAL 0 0 -
9/14 PIT 2 15 S. Rogers, C. Williams (.5), N. Sorensen (.5)
9/21 at Balt 1 7 A. Hall
9/28 at Cin 3 14 A. Hall, S. Rogers, K. Wimbley
10/13 NYG 1 4 A. Hall
10/19 at Wash 1 6 S. Rogers
10/26 at Jac 3 16 S. Rogers, B. Pool, D. Jackson (.5), S. Thomas (.5)
11/2 BALT 2 12 S. Rogers, D. Jackson
11/6 DEN 1 6 K. Wimbley
11/17 at Buf 0 0 -
11/23 HOU 1 4 K. Wimbley
11/30 IND 0 0 -
12/7 at Ten
12/15 at Phi
12/21 CIN
12/28 at Pit
Totals 12 games 15 84 S. Rogers (5), A. Hall (3), K. Wimbley (3), D. Jackson (1.5),
B. Pool (1), C. Williams (.5), N. Sorensen (.5), S. Thomas (.5)

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THE LAST TIME
REGULAR SEASON
as of 9.8.08
Punt Returned For a TD 300 Yards Passing
By Browns: Joshua Cribbs, 76 yards (12/30/07 vs. SF) By Browns: Derek Anderson, 310 yards (18-29, 2 TD) (10/13/08 vs. NYG)
By Opponent: Nate Burleson, 94 yards (11/4/07 vs. SEA) By Opponent: Jay Cutler, 447 yards (24-42, 3 TD) (11/6/08 vs. DEN)

Kickoff Returned For a TD Back-to-Back 300-Yard Passing Games
By Browns: Joshua Cribbs, 92 yards (11/2/08 vs. BAL) By Browns: Brian Sipe, 349 yards (28-of-46) (10/26/80 vs. PIT)
By Opponent: Leodis McKelvin, 98 yards (11/17/08 @ BUF) Brian Sipe, 391 yards (24 of 39) (10/19/80 vs. GB)

Interception Returned For a TD 400 Yards Passing
By Browns: Eric Wright, 94 yards (10/13/08 vs. NYG) By Browns: Kelly Holcomb, 413 yards (30-39-5-0) (11/28/04 at CIN)
By Opponent: Terrell Suggs, 42 yards (11/2/08 vs. BAL) By Opponent: Jay Cutler, 447 yards (24-42, 3 TD) (11/6/08 vs. DEN)

Fumble Returned For a TD 100 Yards Receiving
By Browns: Daven Holly, 40 yards (12/25/06 vs. TB) By Browns: Braylon Edwards, 104 yards (11/17/08 @ BUF)
By Opponent: Robert Mathis, 37 yards (11/30/08 vs. IND) By Opponent: Andre Johnson, 116 yards (11/23/08 vs. HOU)

FG Block Returned For a TD Two 100-Yard Receivers in Same Game
By Browns: Leigh Bodden, 59 yards (11/13/05 at PIT) By Browns: Braylon Edwards, 146 yards
Kellen Winslow, 100 yards (9/16/07 vs. CIN)
Punt Block Returned For a TD By Opponent: Tony Gonzalez 105 yards
By Browns: Andre King, 28 yards (11/30/03 at SEA) Eddie Kennison 117 yards (12/3/06 vs. KC)
By Opponent: Chris Martin, 31 yards; Kevin Ross, 4 yards (9/30/90 vs. KC)
Back-to-Back 100-Yard Receiving Games
Punt Blocked By Browns: Kellen Winslow, 111 yards (11/6/08 vs. DEN)
By Browns: Team Block (11/30/03 at SEA) Braylon Edwards, 104 yards (11/17/08 @ BUF)
By Opponent: Bubba McDowell (11/21/1993 vs. Houston Oilers) By Opponent: Derrick Mason, 136 yards (11/2/08 vs. BAL)
Eddie Royal, 164 yards (11/6/08 vs. DEN)
Shutout Scored
By Browns: Buffalo Bills 0 at Cleveland 8 (12/16/07) 200 Yards Receiving
By Opponent: Cincinnati Bengals 30 at Cleveland 0 (11/26/06) By Browns: None
By Opponent: Chad Johnson, 209 yards (9/16/07 vs. CIN)
PAT Unsuccessful
By Browns: Phil Dawson (11/4/07 vs. SEA) 500 Yards Total Offense
By Opponent: Ryan Fitzpatrick (9/28/08 @ CIN) (2-pt. Conversion) By Browns: 554 yards (9/16/07 vs. CIN)
By Opponent: 564 yards (11/6/08 vs. DEN)
Field Goal Blocked
By Browns: Shaun Rogers (11/23/08 vs. HOU) OT Game Won
By Opponent: Nate Clements (12/30/07 vs. SF) By Browns: Cleveland 33 at Baltimore 30 (11/18/07)
By Opponent: Philadelphia 34 at Cleveland 31 (10/24/04)
Safety Scored
By Browns: K Brian Moorman kicked ball out of end zone (12/16/07 vs. BUF)
By Opponent: Holding penalty on Cleveland in end zone (9/19/04 at DAL)

100 Yards Rushing
By Browns: Jamal Lewis, 128 yards (12/30/07 vs. SF)
By Opponent: Marshawn Lynch, 119 yards (11/17/08 @ BUF)

Back-to-Back 100-Yard Rushing Games
By Browns: Jamal Lewis, 163 yards (12/16/07 vs. BUF)
Jamal Lewis, 118 yards (12/9/07 at NYJ)
By Opponent: Derrick Ward, 101 yards (10/13/08 vs. NYG)
Clinton Portis, 175 yards (10/19/08 @ WAS)

200 Yards Rushing DENOTES OCCURED DURING 2008 SEASON
By Browns: Jamal Lewis, 216 yards (9/16/07 vs. CIN)
# DENOTES FRANCHISE-RECORD
By Opponent: Willie Parker, 223 yards (12/7/06 at PIT)

Two 100-yard Rushers in Same Game
By Browns: Leroy Kelly, 113 yards
Ernie Green, 103 yards (10/8/66 vs. PIT)

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2008 STARTING LINEUPS AND TURNOVER TABLE
OFFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS
Game Opp. WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB FB
9/7 DAL Steptoe J. Thomas Steinbach Fraley McKinney Shaffer Winslow Edwards Anderson Lewis Heiden (TE)
9/14 PIT Steptoe J. Thomas Steinbach Fraley Hadnot Shaffer Winslow Edwards Anderson Lewis Vickers
9/21 at Balt Steptoe J. Thomas McKinney Fraley Hadnot Shaffer Winslow Edwards Anderson Lewis Heiden (TE)
9/28 at Cin Heiden (TE) J. Thomas Steinbach Fraley Hadnot Shaffer Winslow Edwards Anderson Lewis Vickers
10/13 NYG Stallworth J. Thomas Steinbach Fraley Hadnot Tucker Heiden Edwards Anderson Lewis Vickers
10/19 at Wash Stallworth J. Thomas Steinbach Fraley Hadnot Shaffer Heiden Edwards Anderson Lewis Vickers
10/26 at Jax Stallworth J. Thomas Steinbach Fraley Hadnot Shaffer Heiden Edwards Anderson Lewis Dinkins (TE)
11/2 BALT Heiden (TE) J. Thomas Steinbach Fraley Hadnot Shaffer Winslow Edwards Anderson Lewis Ali
11/6 DEN Stallworth J. Thomas McKinney Fraley Hadnot Shaffer Winslow Edwards Quinn Lewis Ali
11/17 at Buf Stallworth J. Thomas Steinbach Fraley Hadnot Shaffer Winslow Edwards Quinn Lewis Ali
11/23 HOU Stallworth J. Thomas Steinbach Fraley Hadnot Shaffer Heiden Edwards Quinn Lewis Vickers
11/30 IND Steptoe J. Thomas Steinbach Fraley Hadnot Shaffer Winslow Edwards Anderson Lewis Heiden (TE)
12/7 at Ten
12/15 at Phi
12/21 CIN
12/28 at Pit

DEFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS
Game Opp. LE NT RE LOLB MLB WLB ROLB LCB RCB SS FS
9/7 DAL C. Williams Rogers R. Smith McGinest Davis Jackson Wimbley E. Wright McDonald Jones Adams
9/14 PIT C. Williams Rogers R. Smith McGinest Davis Jackson Wimbley E. Wright McDonald Adams Pool
9/21 at Balt C. Williams Rogers S. Smith Hall Davis Jackson Wimbley E. Wright McDonald Adams Pool
9/28 at Cin C. Williams Rogers S. Smith Hall Davis Jackson Wimbley E. Wright McDonald Adams Pool
10/13 NYG C. Williams Rogers Leonard McGinest Davis Jackson Wimbley E. Wright McDonald Adams Pool
10/19 at Wash C. Williams Rogers Leonard McGinest Davis Jackson Wimbley E. Wright McDonald Jones Pool
10/26 at Jac C. Williams Rogers Leonard McGinest Davis Jackson Wimbley E. Wright McDonald Jones Pool
11/2 BALT C. Williams Rogers S. Smith McGinest Davis Jackson Wimbley E. Wright McDonald Jones Pool
11/6 DEN C. Williams Rogers S. Smith McGinest Davis Jackson Wimbley E. Wright McDonald Jones Pool
11/17 at Buf C. Williams Rogers S. Smith McGinest Davis Jackson Wimbley E. Wright Daniels Jones Pool
11/23 HOU C. Williams Rogers S. Thomas McGinest Davis Jackson Wimbley E. Wright McDonald Jones Pool
11/30 IND C. Williams Rogers S. Smith McGinest Davis Jackson Wimbley E. Wright McDonald Jones Pool
12/7 at Ten
12/15 at Phi
12/21 CIN
12/28 at Pit

2008 TURNOVER TABLE
-----TAKEAWAYS----- -----GIVEAWAYS-----
Game Opp. Fumbles INTs Total Fumbles INT Total Difference Result
9/7 DAL 0 1 1 0 0 0 +1 L, 28-10
9/14 PIT 0 0 0 0 2 2 -2 L, 10-6
9/21 at Balt 0 2 2 0 3 3 -1 L, 28-10
9/28 at Cin 2 3 5 1 1 2 +3 W, 20-12
10/13 NYG 0 3 3 0 0 0 +3 W, 35-14
10/19 at Wash 1 0 1 0 0 0 +1 L, 14-11
10/26 at Jax 1 0 1 0 0 0 +1 W, 23-17
11/2 BALT 0 0 0 1 1 2 -2 L, 37-27
11/6 DEN 0 1 1 1 0 1 Even L, 34-30
11/17 at Buf 1 3 4 0 0 0 +4 W, 29-27
11/23 HOU 0 2 2 2 3 5 -3 L, 16-6
11/30 IND 1 2 3 1 1 2 +1 L, 10-6
12/7 at Ten
12/15 at Phi
12/21 CIN
12/28 at Pit
Totals 6 17 23 6 11 17 +6

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2008 PARTICIPATION CHART
Date 9/7 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/13 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/6 11/17 11/23 11/30 12/7 12/15 12/21 12/28
Opponent DAL PIT at Balt at Cin NYG at Was at Jac BALT DEN at Buf HOU IND at Ten at Phi CIN at Pit GP GS DNP IA
Abdullah, H. N N N N IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA 0 0 0 8
Adams, M. FS SS SS SS SS IA IA X X X X X 10 5 0 2
Ali, C. X X X X X X X FB FB FB X X 12 3 0 0
Anderson, D. QB QB QB QB QB QB QB QB DNP DNP X QB 10 9 2 0
Bell, B. DNP IA X IA DNP IA X IA IA IA X X 4 0 2 6
Cousin, T. X X X X X X X X X X X X 12 0 0 0
Cribbs, J. IA X X X X X X X X X X X 11 0 0 1
Daniels, T. X DNP X DNP X X X X IA RCB IA IA 7 1 2 3
Davis, A. MLB MLB MLB MLB MLB MLB MLB MLB MLB MLB MLB MLB 12 12 0 0
Dawson, P. X X X X X X X X X X X X 12 0 0 0
Dinkins, D. X X X X X X TE X X X X IA 11 1 0 1
Dorsey, K. 3QB 3QB 3QB 3QB 3QB 3QB 3QB 3QB 3QB 3QB 3QB X 1 0 0 0
Edwards, B. WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR 12 12 0 0
Fraley, H. C C C C C C C C C C C C 12 12 0 0
Griffin, K. IA X IA X X X X X X X IA IA 8 0 0 4
Hadnot, R. IA RG RG RG RG RG RG RG RG RG RG RG 11 11 0 1
Hall, A. X X LOLB LOLB X X X X X X X X 12 2 0 0
Harrison, J. X X X X X X X X X X X X 12 0 0 0
Heiden, S. TE X TE TE TE TE TE TE X X TE TE 12 9 0 0
Jackson, D. WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB 12 12 0 0
Jones, S. SS IA IA IA IA SS SS SS SS SS SS SS 8 8 0 4
Lawson, G. X X X X X X X X X IA X X 11 0 0 1
Leonard, L. X X X X RE RE RE X X X X X 12 3 0 0
Lewis, J. RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB 12 12 0 0
McDonald, B. RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB X RCB RCB 12 11 0 0
McGinest, W. LOLB LOLB IA IA LOLB LOLB LOLB LOLB LOLB LOLB LOLB LOLB 10 10 0 2
McKinney, S. RG X LG X X X X X LG X X X 12 3 0 0
Orr, S. X X X X X X IA X X X X X 11 0 0 1
Peek, A. IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR 0 0 0 0
Pontbriand, R. X X X X X X X X X X X X 12 0 0 0
Pool, B. IA FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS 11 11 0 1
Quinn, B. DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP QB QB QB IR 3 3 8 0
Rogers, S. NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT 12 12 0 0
Rubin, A. IA IA X X X X X IA X X X IA 8 0 0 4
Rucker, M. IA IA IA IA IA IA DNP IA IA IA IA X 1 0 1 10
Sanders, S. X X X X PS PS PS X IA IA IA N 5 0 0 3
Shaffer, K. RT RT RT RT IA RT RT RT RT RT RT RT 11 11 0 1
Smith, R. RE RE IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR 2 2 0 0
Smith, S. X X RE RE IA IA IA RE RE RE IA RE 8 6 0 4
Sorenson, N. X X X X X X X X X X X X 12 0 0 0
Sowells, I. X X X X X X X X X X X X 12 0 0 0
Stallworth, D. DNP IA IA IA WR WR WR IA WR WR WR X 7 6 1 4
Steinbach, E. LG LG IA LG LG LG LG LG IA LG LG LG 10 10 0 2
Steptoe, S. WR WR WR X X X X X X X X WR 12 4 0 0
Thomas, J. LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT 12 12 0 0
Thomas, S. N N X X X X X X X X RE X 10 1 0 0
Tucker, R. IA IA IA IA RT IA IA IR IR IR IR IR 1 1 0 6
Vickers, L. X FB X FB FB FB X IA IA IA FB X 9 5 0 3
Williams, C. LE LE LE LE LE LE LE LE LE LE LE LE 12 12 0 0
Williams, L. X X X X X X X X X X X X 12 0 0 0
Wimbley, K. ROLB ROLB ROLB ROLB ROLB ROLB ROLB ROLB ROLB ROLB ROLB ROLB 12 12 0 0
Winslow, K. TE TE TE TE IA X IA TE TE TE X TE 10 8 0 2
Wright, E. LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB 12 12 0 0
Wright, J. X X X X X X X X X X X X 12 0 0 0
Young, S. DNP IA DNP IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA 0 0 2 10
Zastudil, D. X X X X X X X X X X X X 12 0 0 0

N - not with team; PS - practice squad; X - played in game; IA - inactive; PUP - physically unable to perform list; NFI - non-football injury; 3QB - third quarterback; SUS - suspended by
league; E - roster exemption

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2008 INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME HIGHS
MOST YARDS RUSHING
Browns: 88, Jamal Lewis (10/13/08 vs. NYG)
Opponent: 175, Clinton Portis (10/19/08 @ WAS) Rushing Yards
88 - Jamal Lewis (10/13/08 vs. NYG)
MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS 81 - Jamal Lewis (10/26/08 @ JAX)
Browns: 25, Jamal Lewis (9/28/08 @ CIN) 80 - Jamal Lewis (10/19/08 @ WAS)
Opponent: 28, Willie Parker (9/14/08 vs. PIT) 80 - Jerome Harrison (11/17/08 @ BUF)

MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS Rushing Attempts
Browns: 1, Jamal Lewis (9/28/08 @ CIN & 10/13/08 vs. NYG, 25 - Jamal Lewis (9/28/08 @ CIN)
10/26/08 @ JAX, 11/6/08 VS. DEN) 24 - Jamal Lewis (11/30/08 vs. IND)
1, Josh Cribbs/Jerome Harrison (11/17/08 @ BUF) 21 - Jamal Lewis (10/13/08 vs. NYG)
Opponent: 2, Marion Barber (9/7/08 vs. DAL) 20 - Jamal Lewis (10/26/08 @ JAX)
2, Le’Ron McClain (9/21/08 @ BAL)
Longest Rush
MOST YARDS PASSING 72 - Jerome Harrison (11/17/08 @ BUF)
Browns: 310, Derek Anderson (10/13/08 vs. NYG) 33 - Jerome Harrison (10/13/08 vs. NYG)
Opponent: 447, Jay Cutler (11/6/08 vs. DEN) 29 - Jamal Lewis (11/6/08 vs. DEN)
27 - Joshua Cribbs (11/6/08 vs. DEN)
MOST PASSING ATTEMPTS
Browns: 37, Derek Anderson (9/21/08 @ BAL, 10/19/08 @ WAS) Receptions
Opponent: 42, David Garrard (10/26/08 @ JAX) 10 - Kellen Winslow (11/6/08 vs. DEN)
42, Jay Cutler (11/6/08 vs. DEN) 8 - Braylon Edwards (11/17/08 @ BUF)
7 - Kellen Winslow (9/14/08 vs. PIT)
MOST PASSING COMPLETIONS
Browns: 23, Brady Quinn (11/6/08 vs. DEN) Receiving Yards
Opponent: 25, David Garrard (10/26/08 @ JAX) 154 - Braylon Edwards (10/13/08 vs. NYG)
111 - Kellen Winslow (11/6/08 vs. DEN)
HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (Minimum 15 att.) 104 - Braylon Edwards (11/17/08 @ BUF)
Browns: 65.7%, Brady Quinn (11/6/08 vs. DEN) 86 - Braylon Edwards (11/2/08 vs. BAL)
Opponent: 75.0%, Tony Romo (9/7/08 vs. DAL) & Sage 85 - Braylon Edwards (11/23/08 vs. HOU)
Rosenfels (11/23/08 vs. HOU)
Longest Reception
MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES 70 - Braylon Edwards (10/13/08 vs. NYG)
Browns: 2, Derek Anderson (10/13/08 vs. NYG, 11/2/08 vs. BAL) 53 - Syndric Steptoe (10/26/08 @ JAX)
2, Brady Quinn (11/6/08 vs. DEN) 51 - Steve Heiden (10/26/08 @ JAX)
Opponent: 3, Jay Cutler (11/6/08 vs. DEN) 49 - Braylon Edwards (10/13/08 vs. NYG)
43 - Braylon Edwards (10/26/08 @ JAX)
MOST RECEPTIONS
Browns: 10, Kellen Winslow (11/6/08 vs. DEN) Passing Yards
Opponent: 10, Marshawn Lynch (11/17/08 @ BUF) & Andre 310 - Derek Anderson (10/13/08 vs. NYG)
Johnson (11/23/08 vs. HOU) 246 - Derek Anderson (10/26/08 @ JAX)
239 - Brady Quinn (11/6/08 vs. DEN)
MOST RECEIVING YARDS
Browns: 154, Braylon Edwards (10/13/08 vs. NYG) Passing Attempts
Opponent: 164, Eddie Royal (11/6/08 vs. DEN) 37 - Derek Anderson (9/21/08 @ BAL & 10/19/08 @ WAS)
36 - Brady Quinn (11/17/08 @ BUF)
MOST TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 35 - Brady Quinn (11/6/08 vs. DEN)
Browns: 2, Kellen Winslow (11/6/08 vs. DEN)
Opponent: 1, 14 times (most recent: Kevin Walter (11/23/08 vs. HOU)) Pass Completions
23 - Brady Quinn (11/6/08 vs. DEN)
MOST POINTS 18 - Derek Anderson (9/14/08 vs. PIT)
Browns: 35 (10/13/08 vs. NYG) 18 - Derek Anderson (10/13/08 vs. NYG)
Opponent: 37 (11/2/08 vs. BAL)

MOST SACKS
Browns: 1, 12 times (most recent: Kamerion Wimbley (11/23/08 vs. HOU))
Opponent: 2, Terrell Suggs (9/21/08 @ BAL) & Robert Mathis
(11/30/08 vs. IND)

MOST INTERCEPTIONS
Browns: 1, 17 times (most recent: Sean Jones/ Brandon
McDonald (11/30/08 vs. IND))
Opponent: 1, 11 times (most recent: Antoine Bethea
(11/30/08 vs. IND))

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2008 TEAM SUPERLATIVES
MOST POINTS FEWEST POINTS
Browns: 35 (10/13/08 vs. NYG) Browns: 6 (9/14/08 vs. PIT,11/23/08 vs. HOU, 11/30/08 vs. IND)
Opponent: 37 (11/2/08 vs. BAL) Opponent: 10 (9/14/08 vs. PIT, 11/30/08 vs. IND)

MOST POINTS, QUARTER FEWEST POINTS, HALF
Browns: 17, 4th (9/28/08 @ CIN) Browns: 0, 1st (9/14/08 vs. PIT), 2nd (9/21/08 @ BAL), 1st
Opponent: 21, 4th (11/6/08 vs. DEN) (10/19/08 @ WAS), 2nd (11/23/08 vs. HOU), 2nd
(11/30/08 vs. IND)
MOST POINTS, HALF Opponent: 0, 2nd (10/13/08 vs. NYG), 1st (10/19/08 @ WAS)
Browns: 20, 1st (11/6/08 vs. DEN)
Opponent: 24, 2nd (11/2/08 vs. BAL & 11/6/08 vs. DEN) FEWEST FIRST DOWNS
Browns: 11 (9/7/08 vs. DAL & 9/21/08 @ BAL)
MOST FIRST DOWNS Opponent: 14 (9/14/08 vs. PIT, 9/28/08 @ CIN, 11/30/08 vs. IND)
Browns: 20 (10/13/08 vs. NYG & 11/6/08 vs. DEN)
Opponent: 30 (9/7/08 vs. DAL) FEWEST YARDS RUSHING (NET)
Browns: 53 (9/14/08 vs. PIT)
MOST YARDS RUSHING (NET) Opponent: 69 (9/28/08 @ CIN)
Browns: 161 (11/17/08 @ BUF)
Opponent: 193 (10/19/08 @ WAS & 11/2/08 vs. BAL) FEWEST RUSHING ATTEMPTS
Browns: 15 (9/21/08 @ BAL)
MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS Opponent: 16 (9/28/08 @ CIN)
Browns: 40 (9/28/08 @ CIN)
Opponent: 44 (9/21/08 @ BAL) FEWEST PASSING YARDS (NET)
Browns: 92 (11/30/08 vs. IND)
MOST PASSING YARDS (NET) Opponent: 125 (11/30/08 vs. IND)
Browns: 310 (10/13/08 vs. NYG)
Opponent: 441 (11/6/08 vs. DEN) FEWEST PASSING ATTEMPTS
Browns: 24 (9/7/08 vs. DAL & 9/28/08 @ CIN)
MOST PASSING ATTEMPTS Opponent: 19 (9/14/08 vs. PIT & 9/21/08 @ BAL)
Browns: 37 (9/21/08 @ BAL & 10/19/08 @ WAS)
Opponent: 42 (10/26/08 @ JAX & 11/6/08 vs. DEN) FEWEST COMPLETIONS
Browns: 11 (9/7/08 vs. DAL)
MOST PASSING COMPLETIONS Opponent: 12 (9/14/08 vs. PIT)
Browns: 23 (11/6/08 vs. DEN)
Opponent: 25 (10/26/08 @ JAX) FEWEST SACKS (BY DEFENSE)
Browns: 0 (9/7/08 vs. DAL, 11/17/08 @ BUF, 11/30/08 vs. IND)
MOST SACKS (BY DEFENSE) Opponent: 0 (10/13/08 vs. NYG, 11/6/08 vs. DEN, 11/23/08 vs.
Browns: 3.0 (9/28/08 @ CIN & 10/26/08 @ JAX) HOU)
Opponent: 4.0 (9/21/08 @ BAL)
FEWEST TOTAL NET YARDS
MOST TOTAL NET YARDS Browns: 169 (9/21/08 @ BAL)
Browns: 454 (10/13/08 vs. NYG) Opponent: 211 (9/28/08 @ CIN)
Opponent: 564 (11/6/08 vs. DEN)
FEWEST PENALTIES (No. – Yards)
MOST PENALTIES (No. – Yards) Browns: 1-15 (10/26/08 @ JAX)
Browns: 10-65 (9/14/08 vs. PIT) & 10-55 (10/13/08 vs. NYG) Opponent: 2-10 (11/30/08 vs. IND)
Opponent: 11-84 (11/23/08 vs. HOU)
LEAST TIME OF POSSESSION
MOST TIME OF POSSESSION Browns: 22:12 (9/21/08 @ BAL)
Browns: 34:02 (9/28/08 @ CIN) Opponent: 25:58 (9/28/08 @ CIN)
Opponent: 37:48 (9/21/08 @ BAL)

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2008 STATISTICS
FIRST DOWNS EARNED
Total First Downs - Regular Season
(First downs awarded to passer and receiver on passing plays)
PLAYER RUSHING RECEIVING PASSING TOTAL
Anderson, Derek 5 - 81 86
Quinn, Brady 2 - 24 26
Edwards, Braylon - 33 - 33
Heiden, Steve - 11 - 11
Lewis, Jamal 31 7 - 38
Winslow, Kellen - 24 - 24
Wright, Jason 6 5 - 11
Sanders, Steve - 1 - 1
Steptoe, Syndric - 7 - 7
Cribbs, Joshua 6 2 - 8
Vickers, Lawrence 4 3 - 7
Harrison, Jerome 10 4 - 14
Dinkins, Darnell - 1 - 1
Stallworth, Donte’ - 5 - 5
Ali, Charles - 1 - 1
Rucker, Martin - 1 - 1
PENALTY - - - 18
Total 64 105 105 -

FOURTH DOWN CONVERSIONS
Date Opp. ATTEMPTS RESULT
9/7 DAL 0/0 No fourth down conversions attempted
9/14 PIT 0/0 No fourth down conversions attempted
9/21 BAL 0/0 No fourth down conversions attempted
9/28 CIN 0/1 D.Anderson pass incomplete short right to S. Heiden
10/13 NYG 0/0 No fourth down conversions attempted
10/19 WAS 1/2 D. Anderson pass incomplete short middle to B. Edwards/ D. Anderson pass short middle to J. Cribbs, TD
10/26 JAX 1/1 D. Anderson pass short right to S. Heiden for 51 yards
11/2 BAL 0/1 D. Anderson pass incomplete short left to J. Harrison
11/6 DEN 1/2 J. Lewis right guard for 2 yards/ B. Quinn pass incomplete short left to K. Winslow
11/17 BUF 0/0 No fourth down conversions attempted
11/23 HOU 1/1 D. Anderson pass short right to B. Edwards for 10 yards
11/30 IND 0/1 K. Dorsey pass deep right intended for B. Edwards INTERCEPTED by A. Bethea

REPLAYS AND CHALLENGES
Browns Challenges (1/1)
Date Opp. Time Initial Call Decision
11/17 BUF 6:59 (4th) B. Quinn pass intercepted by K. Simpson at CLV 28 Ball bounced before defender had possesion, play REVERSED
Cleveland challenges ruling of interception

Opponent Challenges (1/4)
Date Opp. Time Initial Call Decision
9/21 BAL 9:37 (4th) R.Rice fumbled, D. Jackson recovers at CLV 29 R.Rice ruled down by contact, play REVERSED
9/28 CIN 14:51 (3rd) D. Anderson pass to S. Steptoe, Steptoe OB at CIN 31 S. Steptoe ruled in bounds, play UPHELD
after 17 yd. gain, CIN challenges if runner was in bounds
10/19 WAS 5:47 (4th) C. Portis fumbled, B. Pool recovers at WAS 29 Washington challenged loose ball recovery ruling, play UPHELD
11/6 DEN 5:00 (4th) J. Lewis rush right guard for 1 yard, ruled a touchdown, DEN Ball ruled across the plane, play UPHELD
challenges if runner broke the plane

Replay Assistant Challenges (0/3)
-Last two minutes of each half and overtime only-
Date Opp. Time Initial Call Decision
10/13 NYG 0:54 (2nd) E. Manning sacked and fumbled, replay assistant Play ruled a fumble, play UPHELD
challenged ruling of a fumble

11/30 IND 1:17 (2nd) J. Addai stopped for no gain at 1 yard line, replay assistant Runner did not break the plane, play UPHELD
challenged the ruling of runner not breaking plane

11/30 IND 1:09 (2nd) P. Manning stopped for no gain at 1 yard like, replay Runner did not break the plane, play UPHELD
assistant challenged the ruling of runner not breaking plane

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2008 NUMBERS IN THE RED ZONE
vs. Dallas Cowboys (9/7/08) vs. Denver Broncos (11/6/08)
ATTEMPTS IN THE RED ZONE ATTEMPTS IN THE RED ZONE
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total TDs FGs Pts. Turn. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total TDs FGs Pts. Turn.
Offense - 1 1 1 3 1 1 10 - Offense 1 2 1 1 5 3 1 24 -
Defense 1 1 2 1 5 3 - 21 1 Defense 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 20 -

vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (9/14/08) at Buffalo Bills (11/17/08)
ATTEMPTS IN THE RED ZONE ATTEMPTS IN THE RED ZONE
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total TDs FGs Pts. Turn. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total TDs FGs Pts. Turn.
Offense - 1 1 1 3 - 2 6 1 Offense 2 - - 1 3 1 2 13 -
Defense - 1 - - 1 1 - 7 - Defense - 2 1 1 4 2 2 20 -

at Baltimore Ravens (9/21/08) vs. Houston Texans (11/23/08)
ATTEMPTS IN THE RED ZONE ATTEMPTS IN THE RED ZONE
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total TDs FGs Pts. Turn. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total TDs FGs Pts. Turn.
Offense - 1 1 - 2 1 1 10 - Offense - 2 1 - 3 0 2 6 1
Defense - 1 2 2 5 3 - 21 - Defense 1 2 1 1 5 1 3 16 -

at Cincinnati Bengals (9/28/08) vs. Indianapolis Colts (11/30/08)
ATTEMPTS IN THE RED ZONE ATTEMPTS IN THE RED ZONE
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total TDs FGs Pts. Turn. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total TDs FGs Pts. Turn.
Offense 1 - - 3 4 2 2 20 - Offense 1 1 1 - 3 0 2 6 -
Defense - - - 1 1 1 - 6 - Defense 1 1 - - 2 0 1 3 -

vs. New York Giants (10/13/08)
ATTEMPTS IN THE RED ZONE
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total TDs FGs Pts. Turn.
Offense 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 20 -
Defense - 2 - 2 4 2 - 14 1

at Washington Redskins (10/19/08)
ATTEMPTS IN THE RED ZONE
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total TDs FGs Pts. Turn.
Offense - - 1 2 3 1 1 8 -
Defense - 1 1 1 3 2 - 14 -

at Jacksonville Jaguars (10/26/08)
ATTEMPTS IN THE RED ZONE
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total TDs FGs Pts. Turn.
Offense 1 2 - 1 4 2 2 20 -
Defense - 1 1 - 2 2 - 14 -

vs. Baltimore Ravens (11/2/08)
ATTEMPTS IN THE RED ZONE
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total TDs FGs Pts. Turn.
Offense - 1 1 - 2 1 1 10 -
Defense - 1 1 1 3 1 2 13 -

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2008 Game Summaries
COWBOYS 28 STEELERS 10
BROWNS 10 BROWNS 6
September 7, 2008 September 14, 2008
Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio
Dallas QB Tony Romo threw for 320 yards as the Cowboys downed the Browns 28-10 in With rain and winds of 60 mph, the Steelers downed the Browns in a 10-6 slugfest at
the 2008 season opener at Cleveland Browns Stadium. Dallas jumped out to a 7-0 ad- Cleveland Browns Stadium. The Steelers got on the scoreboard first after QB Ben Ro-
vantage after RB Marion Barber’s first of two 1 yard touchdown runs. Cleveland evened ethlisberger found WR Hines Ward for an 11-yard strike in the second quarter. Cleveland
it at 7-7 after QB Derek Anderson found TE Kellen Winslow on a two-yard scoring strike drove to the Pittsburgh 11 with eight second remaining in the second quarter but an inter-
in the second quarter. The Cowboys added two TDs in the second, a 35-yard pass from ception by DB Troy Palamalu ended the scoring threat and the half. The Steelers added
Romo to WR Terrell Owens and Barber’s second score, to take a 21-7 lead into halftime. to its lead in the third after K Jeff Reed connected on a 48-yard field goal. Browns K Phil
Rookie RB Felix Jones scored on his first NFL carry, an 11-yard scamper in the third Dawson answered with a 31-yard field goal to cut the lead to 10-3 in the third. Dawson
quarter. K Phil Dawson added a 34-yard field goal for Cleveland in the fourth quarter. QB added a 38-yard try with 3:21 remaining in the contest to close the gap. The Browns
Derek Anderson finished 11-24 for 114 yards and a touchdown. RB Jamal Lewis added defense stopped the Steers on a 4th-and-4 try to regain possession with 26 seconds left,
62 yards on the ground on 13 carries. Barber finished with 80 rushing yards, while Jones but were unable to complete a pass. Steelers RB Willie Parker totaled 105 yard on the
posted 62. Winslow paced the receivers with 47 yards on five receptions. Dallas TE Ja- ground, while WR Santonio Holmes added 94 yards receiving. Roethlisberger finished
son Witten led the Cowboys with six receptions for 96 yards. DB Eric Wright recorded his 12-19 for 186 yards and 1 TD, while Browns QB Derek Anderson went 18-32 for 166
second career interception in the endzone to end a Dallas scoring threat. yards and two interceptions. TE Kellen Winslow led the Browns with seven receptions
for 55 yards. Defensively, DL Shaun Rogers and DL Shaun Smith each recorded a sack,
Team 1 2 3 4 Final while DB Nick Sorensen and DL Corey Williams combined for a sack.
Cleveland 0 7 0 3 10
Dallas 7 14 7 0 28 Team 1 2 3 4 Final
Cleveland 0 0 3 3 6
SCORING SUMMARY Pittsburgh 0 7 3 0 10
Team Q Time Play
Cowboys 1 6:40 M. Barber 1 yd. run (N. Folk kick) (10-80, 5:15) SCORING SUMMARY
Browns 2 12:43 K. Winslow 2 yd. pass from D. Anderson (P. Dawson kick) (16-78, 8:57) Team Q Time Play
Cowboys 2 9:48 T. Owens 35 yd. pass from T. Romo (N. Folk kick) (4-69, 2:55) Pittsburgh 2 6:26 H. Ward 11 yd. pass from B. Roethlisberger (Je. Reed kick) (12-70,
Cowboys 2 0:26 M. Barber 1 yd. run (N. Folk kick) (10-69, 5:39) 6:29)
Cowboys 3 6:24 F. Jones 11 yd. run (N. Folk kick) (10-86, 4:53) Pittsburgh 3 7:58 Je. Reed 48 yd. Field Goal (5-54, 2:18)
Browns 4 10:13 P. Dawson 34 yd. Field Goal (10-70, 5:25) Cleveland 3 1:25 P. Dawson 31 yd. Field Goal (12-67, 6:33)
Cleveland 4 3:21 P. Dawson 38 yd. Field Goal (14-60, 7:29)
TEAM STATISTICS
CLE DAL TEAM STATISTICS
FIRST DOWNS: 11 30 CLE PIT
TIME OF POSSESSION: 37:29 22:31 FIRST DOWNS: 17 14
TOTAL NET YARDS: (Ru/Pa): 205 (91/114) 487 (167/320) TIME OF POSSESSION: 30:17 29:43
PUNTS/Average: 5-40.6 2-48.5 TOTAL NET YARDS: (Ru/Pa): 208 (53/155) 281 (117/164)
PENALTIES/Yards: 9-55 11-82 PUNTS/Average: 5-53.0 6-45.5
FUMBLES/LOST: 2-0 1-0 PENALTIES/Yards: 10-65 7-60
FUMBLES/LOST: 0-0 0-0
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PASSING: CLE: D. Anderson 11-24-114 (TD); DAL: T. Romo 24-32-320 (TD, INT) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING: CLE: J. Lewis 13-62, D. Anderson 4-24, J. Wright 1-5; DAL: M. Barber 16- PASSING: CLE: D. Anderson 18-32-166 (2 INT); PIT: B. Roethlisberger 13-20-179
80-2, F. Jones 9-62-1, T. Choice 5-26, T. Romo 1-(-1) (TD)
RECEIVING: CLE: K. Winslow 5-47-1, B. Edwards 2-14, S. Sanders 1-18, J. Lewis 1-14, RUSHING: CLE: J. Lewis 19-38, D. Anderson 3-6, J. Cribbs 1-5, L. Vickers 1-2, J. Har-
S. Steptoe 1-12, S. Heiden 1-9; DAL: J. Witten 6-96, P. Crayton 6-82, T. Owens 5-87-1, rison 1-2; PIT: W. Parker 28-105, S. Holmes 1-10, C. Davis 1-2, B. Roethlisberger 1-0
M. Barber 3-21, I. Stanback 2-24, T. Curtis 1-8, T. Choice 1-2 RECEIVING: CLE: K. Winslow 7-55, B. Edwards 3-32, J. Lewis 3-28, S. Steptoe 2-16,
INTERCEPTIONS: CLE: E. Wright 1-20; DAL: None J. Harrison 1-23, J. Wright 1-9, L. Vickers 1-3; PIT: S. Holmes 5-94, H. Ward 5-59-1, H.
PUNTING: CLE: D. Zastudil 5-203 (40.6); DAL: M. McBriar 2-97 (48.5) Miller 2-33, B. Roethlisberger 1-(-7)
PUNT RETURNS: CLE: S. Steptoe 2-23 (11.5); DAL: F. Jones 2-8 (4.0) INTERCEPTIONS: CLE: None; PIT: T. Polamalu 1-12, B. McFadden 1-0
KICKOFF RETURNS: CLE: S. Steptoe 3-61 (20.3), G. Lawson 2-29 (14.5); DAL: F. PUNTING: CLE: D. Zastudil 5-265 (53.0); PIT: M. Berger 6-273 (45.5)
Jones 1-20 (20.0), O. Scandrick 1-19 (19.0) PUNT RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 5-44 (8.8); PIT: M. Moore 1-1 (1.0)
KICKOFF RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 1-22 (22.0); PIT: R. Mendenhall 2-21 (10.5), M.
Spaeth 1-0 (0.0)

CLEVELAND DALLAS CLEVELAND PITTSBURGH
WR S. Steptoe LE C. Williams WR T. Owens LE M. Spears WR S. Steptoe LE C. Williams WR H. Ward DE Aa. Smith
LT J. Thomas NT S. Rogers LT F. Adams NT J. Ratliff LT J. Thomas NT S. Rogers LT M. Smith NT C. Hampton
LG E. Steinbach RE R. Smith LG C. Procter RE C. Canty LG E. Steinbach RE R. Smith LG C. Kemoeatu DE B. Keisel
C H. Fraley LOLB W. McGinest C A. Gurode SLB G. Ellis C H. Fraley LOLB W. McGinest C J. Hartwig LOLB L. Woodley
RG S. McKinney MLB A. Davis RG L. Davis MILB B. James RG R. Hadnot MLB A. Davis RG K. Simmons LILB J. Farrior
RT K. Shaffer WLB D. Jackson RT M. Colombo MOLB Z. Thomas RT K. Shaffer WLB D. Jackson RT W. Colon RILB L. Foote
TE K. Winslow ROLB K. Wimbley TE J. Witten WLB D. Ware TE K. Winslow ROLB K. Wimbley TE H. Miller ROLB J. Harrison
WR B. Edwards LCB E. Wright WR P. Crayton LCB A. Jones WR B. Edwards LCB E. Wright RB W. Parker LCB I. Taylor
QB D. Anderson RCB B. McDonald QB T. Romo RCB A. Henry QB D. Anderson RCB B. McDonald TE M. Spaeth RCB B. McFadden
RB J. Lewis SS S. Jones RB M. Barber SS R. Williams RB J. Lewis SS M. Adams QB B. Roethlisberger SS T. Polamalu
TE S. Heiden FS M. Adams FB D. Anderson FS K. Hamlin FB L. Vickers FS B. Pool WR S. Holmes FS R. Clark

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2008 Game Summaries
RAVENS 28 BROWNS 20
BROWNS 10 BENGALS 12
September 21, 2008 September 28, 2008
M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Md. Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio
The Ravens used three third quarter touchdowns to put the Browns away 28-10 at M&T Fueled by 17 fourth quarter points, the Browns downed the Cincinnati Bengals 20-12
Bank Stadium. Cleveland got on the board first in the second quarter after RB Jerome at Paul Brown Stadium. K Phil Dawson capped Cleveland opening drive with a 25-yard
Harrison found the endzone on a 19-yard pass from QB Derek Anderson. The Ravens field goal. Two second quarter field goals by K Shayne Graham gave the Bengals a 6-3
evened it up after a 5-yard run by RB Willis McGahee. A 38-yard Phil Dawson field goal advantage at the half. The Browns scored the contest’s first touchdown in the fourth
gave the Browns a 10-7 advantage at the half. In the third stanza, Le’Ron McClain scored quarter after QB Derek Anderson found WR Braylon Edwards in the corner of the end-
on two 1-yard runs and DB Ed Reed added a 32-yard interception return for a touchdown zone on a fade route to cap off an 80-yard drive. After a DB Mike Adams fumble recovery
to account for Baltimore’s scoring. Anderson finished the contest 14-37 for 125 yards at the Cincinnati 24, the Browns crossed the goal line again on a 1-yard run by RB Jamal
with one touchdown pass and three interceptions. Raven QB Joe Flacco finished 13-19 Lewis. Cincinnati cut into the Cleveland lead after WR Chad Johnson scored on a 4-yard
for 129 yards and two interceptions. RB Jamal Lewis led Cleveland on the ground with pass from QB Ryan Fitzpatrick. A failed two-point conversion try kept the score at 17-12.
56 yards and WR Braylon Edwards led with 27 yards on three receptions. LB D’Qwell Dawson connected on a 29-yard field goal to account the Browns final score. Defensively
Jackson and DB Mike Adams each recorded interceptions. Adams, DB Terry Cousin and DB Eric Wright each recorded interceptions.

Team 1 2 3 4 Final Team 1 2 3 4 Final
Cleveland 0 10 0 0 10 Cleveland 3 0 0 17 20
Baltimore 0 7 21 0 28 Cincinnati 0 6 0 6 12

SCORING SUMMARY SCORING SUMMARY
Team Q Time Play Team Q Time Play
Browns 2 14:52 J. Harrison 19 yd. pass from D. Anderson (P. Dawson kick) (7-52, 3:14) Browns 1 9:29 P. Dawson 25 yd. Field Goal (8-60, 4:05)
Ravens 2 6:40 W. McGahee 5 yd. run (M. Stover kick) (7-43, 4:15) Bengals 2 10:22 S. Graham 42 yd. Field Goal (13-68, 7:08)
Browns 2 1:04 P. Dawson 38 yd. Field Goal (13-55, 5:36) Bengals 2 0:08 S. Graham 45 yd. Field Goal (7-17, 2:21)
Ravens 3 11:13 L. McClain 1 yd. run (M. Stover kick) (4-12, 2:17) Browns 4 13:05 B. Edwards 4 yd. pass from D. Anderson (P. Dawson kick) (13-80, 6:38)
Ravens 3 10:23 E. Reed 32 yd. interception return (M. Stover kick) Browns 4 11:06 J. Lewis 1 yd. run (P. Dawson kick) (4-24, 1:52)
Ravens 3 4:49 L. McClain 1 yd. run (M. Stover kick) (5-35, 3:08) Bengals 4 7:46 C. Johnson 4 yd. pass from R. Fitzpatrick (pass failed) (8-59, 3:20)
Browns 4 0:32 P. Dawson 29 yd. Field Goal (4-7, 1:32)
TEAM STATISTICS
CLE BAL TEAM STATISTICS
FIRST DOWNS: 11 21 CLE CIN
TIME OF POSSESSION: 22:12 37:48 FIRST DOWNS: 19 14
TOTAL NET YARDS: (Ru/Pa): 169 (70/96) 273 (151/122) TIME OF POSSESSION: 34:02 25:58
PUNTS/Average: 7-43.0 3-48.7 TOTAL NET YARDS: (Ru/Pa): 261 (134/127) 211 (69/142)
PENALTIES/Yards: 9-65 5-40 PUNTS/Average: 4-43.0 4-43.3
FUMBLES/LOST: 1-0 1-0 PENALTIES/Yards: 9-52 6-55
FUMBLES/LOST: 2-1 2-2
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PASSING: CLE: D. Anderson 14-37-125 (TD, 3 INT); BAL: J. Flacco 13-19-129 (2 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
INT) PASSING: CLE: D. Anderson 15-24-138 (TD, INT); CIN: R. Fitzpatric 21-35-156 (TD,
RUSHING: CLE: J. Lewis 12-56, J. Wright 1-11, L. Vickers 1-4, D. Anderson 2-(-1); BAL: 3 INT)
L. McClain 17-66-2, W.McGahee 15-64-1, R. Rice 5-21, L. Neal 1-2, J. Flacco 6-(-2) RUSHING: CLE: J. Lewis 25-79-1, J. Harrison 4-20, J. Wright 5-18, D. Anderson 4-11,
RECEIVING: CLE: B. Edwards 3-27, J. Lewis 3-21, L. Vickers 2-21, K. Winlsow 2-14, S. L. Vickers 1-6, J. Cribbs 1-0; CIN: R. Fitzpatrick 4-41, C. Perry 12-28
Steptoe 2-6, J. Harrison 1-19-1, J. Cribbs 1-17; BAL: D. Mason 4-42, D. Williams 3-26, RECEIVING: CLE: K. Winlsow 5-54, B. Edwards 3-22-1, S. Steptoe 2-24, J. Lewis 2-15,
T. Heap 2-32, M. Clayton 2-14, W. McGahee 1-11, L. McLain 1-4 J. Wright 1-10, L. Vickers 1-8, J. Harrison 1-5; CIN: T. Houshmandzadeh 6-50, C. Perry
INTERCEPTIONS: CLE: D. Jackson 1-16, M. Adams 1-0; BAL: E. Reed 1-32, C. McAl- 5-15, C. Johnson 3-28-1, R. Kelly 3-21, A. Chatman 2-32, B. Utecht 2-10
lister 1-12, S. Rolle 1-2 INTERCEPTIONS: CLE: M. Adams 1-18, E. Wright 1-17, T. Cousin 1-4; CIN: C. Ndukwe
PUNTING: CLE: D. Zastudil 7-301 (43.0); BAL: S. Koch 3-146 (48.7) 1-12
PUNT RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 2-24 (12.0); BAL: J. Leonhard 1-21 (21.0) PUNTING: CLE: D. Zastudil 3-139 (46.3), P. Dawson 1-33 (33.0); CIN: K. Larson 4-173
KICKOFF RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 3-52 (17.3), D. Dinkins 1-11 (11.0), C. Ali 1-10 (43.3)
(10.0); BAL: J. Leonhard 3-78 (26.0) PUNT RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 2-10 (5.0); CIN: A. Chatman 1-9 (9.0)
KICKOFF RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 1-44 (44.0), D. Dinkins 1-14 (14.0), I. Sowells 1-0
(0); CIN: G. Holt 4-122 (30.5)

CLEVELAND BALTIMORE CLEVELAND CINCINNATI
WR S. Steptoe LE C. Williams LWR M. Clayton LDE H. Ngata TE S. Heiden LE C. Williams TE B. Utecht LDE R. Geathers
LT J. Thomas NT S. Rogers LT J. Gaither NT J. Bannan LT J. Thomas NT S. Rogers LT L. Jones LDT D. Peko
LG S. McKinney RE S. Smith LG B. Grubbs RDE T. Pryce LG E. Steinbech RE S. Smith LG A. Whitworth RDT J. Thornton
C H. Fraley LOLB A. Hall C J. Brown LOLB J. Johnson C H. Fraley LOLB A. Hall C E. Ghiaciuc RDE A. Odom
RG R. Hadnot MLB A. Davis RG M. Yanda LILB R. Lewis RG R. Hadnot MLB A. Davis RG B. Williams SLB R. Jeanty
RT K. Shaffer WLB D. Jackson RT A. Terry RILB B. Scott RT K. Shaffer WLB D. Jackson RT S. Andrews MLB Dh. Jones
TE K. Winslow ROLB K. Wimbley TE T. Heap ROLB T. Suggs TE K. Winslow ROLB K. Wimbley TE R. Kelly WLB K. Rivers
WR B. Edwards LCB E. Wright RWR D. Mason LCB C. McAllister WR B. Edwards LCB E. Wright WR T. Houshmandzadeh LCB Da. Jones
QB D. Anderson RCB B. McDonald QB J. Flacco RCB S. Rolle QB D. Anderson RCB B. McDonald QB R. Fitzpatrick RCB L. Hall
RB J. Lewis SS M. Adams RB W. McGahee SS D. Landry RB J. Lewis SS M. Adams HB C. Perry SS C. Ndukwe
TE S. Heiden FS B. Pool FB L. McClain FS E. Reed FB L. Vickers FS B. Pool FB R. Maui’a FS M. White

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2008 Game Summaries
BROWNS 35 REDSKINS 14
GIANTS 14 BROWNS 11
October 13, 2008 October 19, 2008
Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio FedEx Field, Landover, Md.
Cleveland earned its second win of the season as the Browns offense rolled to 454 The Redskins used two second half touchdowns to down the Browns 14-11 at FedEx-
net yards of offense and the defense forced three interceptions in a 35-14 win over the Field. RB Clinton Portis found the endzone on a three-yard touchdown run and an 18-
defending Super Bowl champion Giants on Monday Night. In the contest, the Browns yard touchdown toss to WR Santana Moss opened up a 14-3 Washington lead. In the
jumped to an early lead with K Phil Dawson’s 28 yard field goal and RB Jamal Lewis’ fourth quarter, the Browns mounted a comeback with a one-yard touchdown pass from
4-yard TD run opened a 10-7 second quarter lead. The Browns extended the lead with QB Derek Anderson to WR Joshua Cribbs and converted a two-point conversion at-
QB Derek Anderson’s 22-yard TD strike to TE Darnell Dinkins, however Giants QB Eli tempt to WR Braylon Edwards with 2:44 remaining in regulation. The Browns defense
Manning connected with Plaxico Burress on a 3-yard TD pass to cut the Browns lead to forced the Redskins to punt and provided the Browns offense one more opportunity.
17-14 at the half. In the third stanza, Dawson extended the lead with a 26-yard FG and Anderson led the Browns in six plays down to the Redskins 36 yard line to set up a
WR Braylon Edwards converted an 11-yard TD pass from Anderson on the first play in 54 yard game-tying field goal attempt by K Phil Dawson which missed wide right with
the fourth quarter to open a 27-14 cushion. In the 4th quarter, DB Eric Wright picked 25 seconds remaining. In the contest, Anderson was 14 of 37 passing for 136 yards
Manning’s pass attempt and returned the interception 94 yards for a TD, the fourth and one touchdown and RB Jamal Lewis rushed for 80 yards on 19 carries (4.2 avg.).
longest in club history, for the 35-14 final. Edwards led the club with four receptions for 58 yards (14.5 avg.). Defensively, the
Browns forced one turnover as DB Eric Wright stripped Portis late in the 4th quarter,
Team 1 2 3 4 Final which was recovered by S Brodney Pool, and led to the Browns late touchdown.
Cleveland 3 14 3 15 35
New York Giants 0 14 0 0 14 Team 1 2 3 4 Final
Cleveland 0 0 3 8 11
SCORING SUMMARY Washington 0 0 7 7 14
Team Q Time Play
Browns 1 10:08 P. Dawson 28 yd. Field Goal (9-69, 4:52) SCORING SUMMARY
Giants 2 12:09 B. Jacobs 7 yd. run (J. Carney kick) (6-58, 3:24) Team Q Time Play
Browns 2 11:10 J. Lewis 4 yd. run (P. Dawson kick) (3-74, 0:59) Redskins 3 7:30 C. Portis 3 yd. run (S. Suisham kick) (6-62,2:57)
Browns 2 2:15 D. Dinkins 22 yd. pass from D. Anderson (P. Dawson kick) (9-77, 5:36) Browns 3 2:43 P. Dawson 37 yd. Field Goal (10-58, 4:47)
Giants 2 0:12 P. Burress 3 yd. pass from E. Manning (J. Carney kick) (10-80, 2:03) Redskins 4 12:28 S. Moss 18 yd. pass from J. Campbell (S. Suisham kick) (3-49, 1:14)
Browns 3 11:55 P. Dawson 26 yd. Field Goal (6-38, 2:53) Browns 4 2:44 J. Cribbs 1 yd. pass from D. Anderson (D. Anderson-B.Edwards pass)
Browns 4 14:55 B. Edwards 11 yd. pass from D. Anderson (P. Dawson kick) (14-87, 8:16) (5-29, 2:52)
Browns 4 8:07 E. Wright 94 yd. interception return (D. Anderson-B. Edwards pass)
TEAM STATISTICS
TEAM STATISTICS CLE WAS
CLE NYG FIRST DOWNS: 16 17
FIRST DOWNS: 20 23 TIME OF POSSESSION: 31:08 28:52
TIME OF POSSESSION: 32:25 27:35 TOTAL NET YARDS: (Ru/Pa): 236 (102/134) 351 (193/158)
TOTAL NET YARDS: (Ru/Pa): 454 (144/310) 373 (181/192) PUNTS/Average: 8-44.1 8-37.3
PUNTS/Average: 0-0.0 2-42.5 PENALTIES/Yards: 4-25 5-38
PENALTIES/Yards: 10-55 5-38 FUMBLES/LOST: 1-0 2-1
FUMBLES/LOST: 1-0 0-0
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS PASSING: CLE: D. Anderson 14-37-136 (TD); WAS: J. Campbell 14-23-164 (TD)
PASSING: CLE: D. Anderson 18-29-310 (2 TD); NYG: E. Manning 18-28-196 (TD, 3 RUSHING: CLE: J. Lewis 19-80, J. Harrison 3-12, D. Anderson 3-4, L. Vickers 1-2, J.
INT) Cribbs 1-2, J. Wright 1-2; WAS: C. Portis 27-175, R. Cartwright 3-12, S. Alexander 3-8,
RUSHING: CLE: J. Lewis 21-88-1, J. Harrison 2-41, J. Cribbs 1-12, J. Wright 1-3, L. J. Campbell 2-1, F Davis 1-(-3)
Vickers 1-2, D. Anderson 4-(-2); NYG: D. Ward 10-101, B. Jacobs 14-67-1, E. Manning RECEIVING: CLE: B. Edwards 4-58, D. Stallworth 2-24, K. Winslow 2-17, J. Lewis 1-18,
1-13 S. Heiden 1-10, L. Vickers 1-6, D. Dinkins 1-4, J. Cribbs 1-1-1, C. Ali 1-(-2); WAS: S.
RECEIVING: CLE: B. Edwards 5-154-1, S. Heiden 5-59, J. Harrison 2-26, D. Stallworth Moss 4-74-1, A. Randle El 4-56, C. Cooley 4-32, C. Portis 1-8, R. Cartwright 1-(-7)
2-19, D. Dinkins 1-22-1, S. Steptoe 1-20, J. Wright 1-6, J. Lewis 1-4; NYG: S. Smith 9-94, INTERCEPTIONS: CLE: None; WAS: None
P. Burress 4-58, D. Ward 2-1, K. Boss 1-24, M. Matthews 1-13, D. Hixon 1-6 PUNTING: CLE: D. Zastudil 8-353 (44.1); WAS: R. Plackemeier 8-298 (37.3)
INTERCEPTIONS: CLE: E. Wright 1-94-1, B. Pool 1-24, B. McDonald 1-21; NYG: PUNT RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 5-48 (9.6); WAS: A. Randel El 3-22 (7.3), S. Moss
None 1-8 (8.0)
PUNTING: CLE: None; NYG: J. Feagles 2-85 (42.5) KICKOFF RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 2-46 (23.0), G. Lawson (43.0); WAS: R. Cartwright
PUNT RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 1-3 (3.0); NYG: None 2-60 (30.0), S. Moss 1-26 (26.0)
KICKOFF RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 1-22 (22.0), D. Dinkins 1-12 (12.0); NYG: A. Brad-
shaw 3-66 (22.0), D. Johnson 1-2 (2.0)

CLEVELAND NEW YORK GIANTS CLEVELAND WASHINGTON
WR D. Stallworth LE C. Williams WR P. Burress LE J. Tuck WR D. Stallworth LE C. Williams WR P. Burress LE J. Tuck
LT J. Thomas NT S. Rogers LT D. Diehl NT B. Cofield LT J. Thomas NT S. Rogers LT D. Diehl NT B. Cofield
LG E. Steinbach RE L. Leonard LG R. Seubert DT F. Robbins LG E. Steinbach RE L. Leonard LG R. Seubert DT F. Robbins
C H. Fraley LOLB W. McGinest C S. O’Hara RE M. Kiwanuka C H. Fraley LOLB W. McGinest C S. O’Hara RE M. Kiwanuka
RG R. Hadnot MLB A. Davis RG C. Snee SLB D. Clark RG R. Hadnot MLB A. Davis RG C. Snee SLB D. Clark
RT R. Tucker WLB D. Jackson RT K. McKenzie MLB A. Pierce RT R. Tucker WLB D. Jackson RT K. McKenzie MLB A. Pierce
TE S. Heiden ROLB K. Wimbley TE K. Boss WLB G. Wilkerson TE S. Heiden ROLB K. Wimbley TE K. Boss WLB G. Wilkerson
WR B. Edwards LCB E. Wright WR S. Smith LCB A. Ross WR B. Edwards LCB E. Wright WR S. Smith LCB A. Ross
QB D. Anderson RCB B. McDonald QB E. Manning RCB C. Webster QB D. Anderson RCB B. McDonald QB E. Manning RCB C. Webster
RB J. Lewis SS M. Adams TE M. Matthews SS J. Butler RB J. Lewis SS M. Adams TE M. Matthews SS J. Butler
FB L. Vickers FS B. Pool RB B. Jacobs FS M. Johnson FB L. Vickers FS B. Pool RB B. Jacobs FS M. Johnson

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2008 Game Summaries
BROWNS 23 RAVENS 37
JAGUARS 17 BROWNS 27
October 26, 2008 November 2, 2008
Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, Jacksonville, FL Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio
In the 23-17 victory at Jacksonville, the Browns opened an early lead as QB Derek The Ravens scored 24 unanswered points to complete a 37-27 come-from-behind vic-
Anderson connected with WR Donte’ Stallworth on a three-yard touchdown pass in tory at Cleveland Browns Stadium. The Browns fell behind early and found themselves
the first quarter. RB Jamal Lewis added a two-yard touchdown plunge and K Phil trailing 10-0 in the first quarter when KR Joshua Cribbs provided the club with his fifth
Dawson’s 32 yard field goal extended the Browns lead to 17-7 at the half. In the third career kickoff return for a touchdown with a 92-yard return to cut the deficit, 10-7. In
quarter, the Jaguars responded with an 8-yard touchdown pass from QB David Garrard the second quarter, K Phil Dawson converted a 23-yard field goal and a career-long
to WR Matt Jones to cut the deficit, 17-14. The Browns defense continued to frustrate 54-yard field goal before the half to tie the contest, 13-13. In the third quarter, QB Derek
the Jaguars running attack as the Browns forced Jacksonville into a 38-yard field goal Anderson connected with WR Braylon Edwards on a 28-yard touchdown pass and RB
attempt early in the fourth quarter, which was blocked by NT Shaun Rogers to preserve Jason Wright on a 7-yard touchdown toss to open a 27-13 lead. The Ravens mounted
a 17-14 lead. In the fourth stanza, the Browns converted two drives as K Phil Dawson a comeback with a FB Le’ron McClain 1-yard touchdown run and a WR Derrick Mason
added a pair of field goals from 20 and 42 yards for a 23-17 final. In the contest, Browns 28-yard touchdown pass from QB Joe Flacco to tie the contest, 27-27. In the fourth
QB Derek Anderson was 14 of 27 passing for 246 yards and one touchdown, as An- quarter, the Ravens took the lead in the fourth quarter with a K Matt Stover 22-yard
derson set a career-high streak of consecutive pass attempts without an interception field goal and added a defensive score as LB Terrell Suggs intercepted an Anderson
(currently at 105 attempts). RB Jamal Lewis paced the club with 20 carries for 81 yards pass and returned it 42 yards for a touchdown to secure the 37-27 final. In the contest,
and one rushing touchdown, while TE Steve Heiden led the team with three receptions QB Derek Anderson was 17-of-33 passing for 219 yards with two touchdowns and
for 73 yards and WR Braylon Edwards added two receptions for 64 yards. Defensively, one interception. TE Kellen Winslow led the club with 5 receptions for 64 yards and
the Browns held the Jaguars RB tandem of Fred Taylor and Maurice Jones-Drew to 20 WR Braylon Edwards added 4 catches for 86 yards and one touchdown. KR Joshua
carries for 53 yards (2.7 avg.) and sacked QB David Garrard three times for 16 yards. Cribbs totaled 237 kickoff return yards and 278 combined return yards (237 kickoff
Cleveland NT Shaun Rogers continued to exert his presence and posted five tackles, and 41 punt) as both totals rank second in franchise history behind his record setting
three pressures, one sack for seven yards and a blocked kick in the effort. performance from last season (Joshua Cribbs, 245 kickoff return yards, 306 combined
return yards at Baltimore 11/17/07).
Team 1 2 3 4 Final
Cleveland 7 10 0 6 23
Team 1 2 3 4 Final
Jacksonville 0 7 7 3 17
Cleveland 7 6 14 0 27
Baltimore 10 3 7 17 37
SCORING SUMMARY
Team Q Time Play
SCORING SUMMARY
Browns 1 2:08 D. Stallworth 3 yd. pass from D. Anderson (P. Dawson kick) (9-80, 4:44)
Team Q Time Play
Jaguars 2 10:28 R. Williams 5 yd. pass from D. Garrard (J. Scobee kick) (13-74, 6:40)
Ravens 1 10:40 M. Stover 41 yd. Field Goal (9-19, 3:21)
Browns 2 7:20 J. Lewis 2 yd. run (P. Dawson kick) (6-62, 3:08)
Ravens 1 5:19 M. Clayton 47 yd. pass from J. Flacco (M. Stover kick) (2-47, 0:49)
Browns 2 2:09 P. Dawson 32 yd. Field Goal (5-49, 1:47)
Browns 1 5:05 J. Cribbs 92 yd. kickoff return (P. Dawson kick) (0-0, 0:14)
Jaguars 3 10:27 M. Jones 8 yd. pass from D. Garrard (J. Scobee kick) (9-72, 4:33)
Browns 2 5:50 P. Dawson 23 yd. Field Goal (11-74, 5:39)
Jaguars 4 8:48 J. Scobee 53 yd. Field Goal (7-39, 2:17)
Ravens 2 0:29 M. Stover 32 yd. Field Goal (12-66, 5:21)
Browns 4 4:35 P. Dawson 20 yd. Field Goal (10-77, 4:13)
Browns 2 0:03 P. Dawson 54 yd. Field Goal (5-30, 0:26)
Browns 4 4:06 P. Dawson 42 yd. Field Goal (4-0, 0:21)
Browns 3 13:05 B. Edwards 28 yd. pass from D. Anderson (P. Dawson kick) (1-28,
0:08)
TEAM STATISTICS
Browns 3 6:07 J. Wright 7 yd. pass from D. Anderson (P. Dawson kick) (8-72, 4:57)
CLE JAX
Ravens 3 1:10 L. McClain 1 yd. run (M. Stover kick) (11-79, 4:57)
FIRST DOWNS: 15 20
Ravens 4 13:57 D. Mason 28 yd. pass from J. Flacco (M. Stover kick) (3-42, 1:03)
TIME OF POSSESSION: 24:55 35:05
Ravens 4 5:36 M. Stover 22 yd. Field Goal (5-59, 1:54)
TOTAL NET YARDS: (Ru/Pa): 327 (91/236) 380 (113/267)
Ravens 4 2:43 T. Suggs 42 yd. interception return (M. Stover kick)
PUNTS/Average: 5-41.4 3-46.7
PENALTIES/Yards: 1/15 6-40
TEAM STATISTICS
FUMBLES/LOST: 1-0 1-1
CLE BAL
FIRST DOWNS: 14 21
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
TIME OF POSSESSION: 26:15 33:45
PASSING: CLE: D. Anderson 14-27-246 (TD); JAX: D. Garrard 25-42-283 (2 TD)
TOTAL NET YARDS: (Ru/Pa): 274 (64/210) 429 (193/236)
RUSHING: CLE: J. Lewis 20-81-1, L. Vickers 2-10, J. Wright 1-0, J. Harrison 1-(-1);
PUNTS/Average: 6-41.7 6-41.7
JAX: D. Garrard 7-59, M. Jones-Drew 12-29, F. Taylor 8-24, T. Williamson 1-1, G. Jones
PENALTIES/Yards: 8-37 7-42
1-0
FUMBLES/LOST: 1-1 0-0
RECEIVING: CLE: S. Heiden 3-73, D. Stallworth 3-13-1, B. Edwards 2-64, J. Wright
2-18, S. Steptoe 1-53, L. Vickers 1-13, J. Lewis 1-7, D. Dinkins 1-5; JAX: M. Jones
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
8-117-1, D. Northcutt 5-49, R. Williams 3-42-1, M. Lewis 3-34, M. Jones-Drew 3-19, G.
PASSING: CLE: D. Anderson 17-33-219 (2 TD, INT); BAL: J. Flacco 17-29-248 (2 TD)
Jones 1-11, T. Williamson 1-6, R. Angulo 1-5
RUSHING: CLE: J. Lewis 19-49, D. Anderson 2-8, J. Harrison 1-5, J. Wright 1-2; BAL:
INTERCEPTIONS: CLE: None; JAX: None
R. Rice 21-154, L. McClain 14-34-1, J. Flacco 4-2, L. Neal 1-2, T. Smith 1-1
PUNTING: CLE: D. Zastudil 5-207 (41.4); JAX: A. Podlesh 3-140 (46.7)
RECEIVING: CLE: K. Winslow 5-64, B. Edwards 4-86-1, J. Wright 3-22-1, S. Heiden
PUNT RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 1-5 (5.0); JAX: B. Witherspoon 1-14 (14.0), M. Jones-
2-25, S. Steptoe 2-9, J. Lewis 1-13; BAL: D. Mason 9-136-1, M. Clayton 4-87-1, R. Rice
Drew 1-9 (9.0)
3-22, L. McClain 1-3
KICKOFF RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 3-78 (26.0); JAX: B. Witherspoon 6-134 (22.3)
INTERCEPTIONS: CLE: None; BAL: T. Suggs 1-42 (42.0)
PUNTING: CLE: D. Zastudil 6-250 (41.7); BAL: S. Koch 6-250 (41.7)
PUNT RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 3-41 (13.7); BAL: Y. Figurs 2-17 (8.5), J. Leonhard
CLEVELAND JACKSONVILLE 2-1 (0.5), E. Reed 1-0 (0.0)
WR D. Stallworth LE C. Williams WR R. Williams DE JP. Spicer KICKOFF RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 7-237 (33.9); BAL: Y. Figurs 2-28 (14.0), R. Rice
LT J. Thomas NT S. Rogers LT K. Barnes DT J. Henderson 1-6 (6.0), E. Jones 1-0 (0.0)
LG E. Steinbach RE L. Leonard LG U. Nwaneri DT R. Meier
C H. Fraley LOLB W. McGinest C B. Meester DE R. Hayward CLEVELAND BALTIMORE
RG R. Hadnot MLB A. Davis RG T. Reyes OLB D. Smith TE S. Heiden LE C. Williams WR M. Clayton LDE H. Ngata
RT K. Shaffer WLB D. Jackson RT T. Pashos MLB M. Peterson LT J. Thomas NT S. Rogers LT J. Gaither NT J. Bannan
TE S. Heiden ROLB K. Wimbley TE M. Lewis OLB J. Durant LG E. Steinbach RE S. Smith LG B. Grubbs RDE T. Pryce
WR B. Edwards LCB E. Wright TE R. Angulo LCB B. Williams C H. Fraley LOLB W. McGinest C J. Brown LOLB J. Johnson
QB D. Anderson RCB B. McDonald WR M. Jones RCB R. Mathis RG R. Hadnot MLB A. Davis RG C. Chester LILB R. Lewis
RB J. Lewis SS S. Jones QB D. Garrard SS G. Sensabaugh RT K. Shaffer WLB D. Jackson RT W. Anderson RILB B. Scott
TE D. Dinkins FS B. Pool RB F. Taylor FS R. Nelson TE K. Winslow ROLB K. Wimbley TE T. Heap ROLB T. Suggs
WR B. Edwards LCB E. Wright WR D. Mason LCB F. Walker
QB D. Anderson RCB B. McDonald QB J. Flacco RCB F. Washington
RB J. Lewis SS S. Jones RB R. Rice SS J. Leonhard
FB C. Ali FS B. Pool FB L. McClain FS E. Reed

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2008 Game Summaries
BRONCOS 34 BROWNS 29
BROWNS 30 BILLS 27
November 6, 2008 November 17, 2008
Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio Ralph Wilson Stadium, Orchard Park, NY
The Broncos scored 21 fourth quarter points to rally for a 34-30 come-from- The Browns jumped out to an early 13-0 first quarter lead complements of
behind victory over the Browns at Cleveland Browns Stadium. Second-year three defensive interceptions that resulted in K Phil Dawson field goals of 40
QB Brady Quinn made his first NFL start and connected on two first half and 33 yards, and were followed with a Joshua Cribbs two-yard TD run. The
TD passes of five yards and 16 yards to TE Kellen Winslow, while K Phil Bills responded with the next 10 consecutive points to close the gap to 13-10
Dawson added a 24-yard and 52-yard field goals to give the Browns a 20-10 at the half. After trading field goals in the third stanza, Browns RB Jerome
halftime lead. After trading field goals in the third quarter, the Broncos rallied Harrison burst open for a career-long 72 yard TD run, the first of his career, on
in the fourth quarter as QB Jay Cutler threw three fourth quarter TD passes the first play of the fourth quarter to give the Browns a 23-13 lead. However,
of 93 yards, 28 yards and 11 yards for the 34-30 final. In the fourth quarter, on the ensuing play, Bills KR Leodis McKelvin took the kickoff 98 yards for
RB Jamal Lewis added a one-yard TD run to take a 30-27 lead, however a TD to cut the deficit to three points, 23-20. The Browns responded with a
Cutler’s 11-yard TD pass to WR Brandon Marshall with 1:14 remaining in Dawson 22-yard field goal to open a 26-20 lead, however Bills QB Trent Ed-
regulation sealed the Denver victory. In the contest, Quinn was 23-of-35 wards gave the Buffalo their only lead of the night with a one-yard TD run with
passing for 239 yards and 2 TDs for a 104.3 QB rating. Quinn connected 2:25 remaining in regulation to open a 27-26 lead. Dawson followed with his
with Winslow for 10 catches for 111 yards and a career-high 2 receiving fifth field goal of the evening on a career-long 56 yards to give the Browns the
TDs. The Browns rushed for a season-high 160 net yards rushing as RB 29-27 lead with 1:39 seconds remaining. The Bills mounted one last attempt
Jamal Lewis paced the club with 60 yards, while RB Jerome Harrison and as K Rian Lindell’s 47 yard attempt sailed wide right for the Browns to hold
WR Joshua Cribbs each added 48 yards rushing. Browns KR Joshua Cribbs on for the narrow victory. In the contest, Quinn earned his first victory as a
added another explosive special teams performance with three kick returns starting QB and was 14-of-36 passing for 185 yards. Offensively, the Browns
of 30+ yards and totaled 135 kickoff return yards on the evening in addition rushed for a season-high 161 yards as Harrison rushed for a career-high 80
to his five special teams tackles. Defensively, the Browns allowed a season- yards on 3 carries, including his first career rushing TD on the 72 yard scam-
high 564 net yards of offense to the Broncos. per. Defensively, the Browns forced four turnovers, including interceptions by
LBs Kamerion Wimbley and Andra Davis and DB Brandon McDonald.
Team 1 2 3 4 Final
Cleveland 7 13 3 7 30
Denver 7 3 3 21 34 Team 1 2 3 4 Final
Cleveland 6 7 3 13 29
SCORING SUMMARY Buaffalo 0 10 3 14 27
Team Q Time Play SCORING SUMMARY
Broncos 1 7:03 R. Torain 1 yd. run (M. Prater kick) (9-86, 4:48) Team Q Time Play
Browns 1 3:38 K. Winslow 5 yd. pass from B. Quinn (P. Dawson kick) (6-59, 3:25) Browns 1 9:29 P. Dawson 40 yd. Field Goal (6-26, 2:11)
Browns 2 12:45 P. Dawson 24 yd. Field Goal (11-72, 3:30) Browns 1 2:28 P. Dawson 33 yd. Field Goal (4-(-4), 0:53)
Browns 2 10:29 K. Winslow 16 yd. pass from B. Quinn (P. Dawson kick) (3-20, 1:24) Browns 2 9:52 J. Cribbs 2 yd. run (P. Dawson kick) (12-96, 5:57)
Broncos 2 5:48 M. Prater 35 yd. Field Goal (10-60, 4:41) Bills 2 6:20 M. Lynch 18 yd. pass from T. Edwards (R. Lindell kick) (6-59, 3:32)
Browns 2 1:09 P. Dawson 52 yd. Field Goal (8-45, 4:39) Bills 2 0:00 R. Lindell 26 yd. Field Goal (13-54, 4:42)
Browns 3 10:21 P. Dawson 33 yd. Field Goal (10-64, 4:39) Browns 3 6:27 P. Dawson 43 yd. Field Goal (9-37, 4:20)
Broncos 3 5:37 M. Prater 30 yd. Field Goal (10-60, 4:44) Bills 3 0:22 R. Lindell 31 yd. Field Goal (11-45, 6:05)
Broncos 4 13:30 E. Royal 93 yd. pass from J. Cutler (M. Prater kick) (1-93, 0:13) Browns 4 14:47 J. Harrison 72 yd. run (P. Dawson kick) (2-83, 0:35)
Broncos 4 9:50 D. Graham 28 yd. pass from J. Cutler (M. Prater kick) (8-62, 2:51) Bills 4 14:33 L. McKelvin 98 yd. kickoff return (R. Lindell kick) (0-0, 0:14)
Browns 4 4:57 J. Lewis 1 yd. run (P. Dawson kick) (9-78, 4:53) Browns 4 11:32 P. Dawson 22 yd. Field Goal (9-52, 3:01)
Broncos 4 1:14 B. Marshall 11 yd. pass from J. Cutler (M. Prater kick) (13-80, 3:43) Bills 4 2:25 T. Edwards 1 yd. run (R. Lindell kick) (5-48, 2:48)
Browns 4 1:39 P. Dawson 56 yd. Field Goal (7-28, 0:46)
TEAM STATISTICS
CLE DEN TEAM STATISTICS
FIRST DOWNS: 20 26 CLE BUF
TIME OF POSSESSION: 32:09 27:51 FIRST DOWNS: 18 19
TOTAL NET YARDS: (Ru/Pa): 399 (160/239) 564 (123/441) TIME OF POSSESSION: 26:48 33:12
PUNTS/Average: 2-44.5 1-29.0 TOTAL NET YARDS: (Ru/Pa): 337 (161/176) 334 (186/148)
PENALTIES/Yards: 3-20 3-30 PUNTS/Average: 5-46.0 3-36.0
FUMBLES/LOST: 1-1 0-0 PENALTIES/Yards: 2-15 3-30
FUMBLES/LOST: 5-5 2-3
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PASSING: CLE: B. Quinn 23-35-239 (2 TD); DEN: J. Cutler 24-42-447 (3 TD, 1 INT) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING: CLE: J. Lewis 19-60-1, J. Harrison 5-48, J. Cribbs 3-48, B. Quinn 1-3, J. PASSING: CLE: B. Quinn 14-36-185; BUF: T. Edwards 16-26-148 (TD, 3 INT)
Wright 1-1; DEN: R. Torain 12-68-1, J. Cutler 7-29, P. Hillis 8-24, S. Young 1-2 RUSHING: CLE: J. Harrison 3-80-1, J. Lewis 18-65, B. Quinn 4-18, J. Cribbs 1-2-1, D.
RECEIVING: CLE: K. Winslow 10-111-2, D. Stallworth 4-48, S. Heiden 3-24, J. Lew- Stallworth 1-(-4); BUF: M. Lynch 23-119, F. Jackson 12-60, T. edwards 3-7-1
is 2-24, B. Edwards 1-15, J. Harrison 1-9, S. Steptoe 1-7, C. Ali 1-1; DEN: E. Royal RECEIVING: CLE: B. Edwards 8-104, K. Winslow 3-40, J. Harrison 1-21, C. Ali 1-12, S.
6-164-1, B. Marshall 6-89-1, T. Scheffler 4-92, D. Graham 3-50-1, N. Jackson 3-36, B. Steptoe 1-8; BUF: M. Lynch 10-58-1, St. Johnson 3-41, R. Royal 1-22, R. Parrish 1-21,
Stokley 2-16 D. Fine 1-6
INTERCEPTIONS: CLE: B. Pool 1-13 (13.0); DEN: None INTERCEPTIONS: CLE: A. Davis 1-4 (4.0), B. McDonald 1-3 (3.0), K. Wimbley 1-2 (2.0);
PUNTING: CLE: D. Zastudil 2-89 (44.5); DEN: B. Kern 1-29 (29.0) BUF: None
PUNT RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 1-5 (5.0); DEN: E. Royal 1-2 (2.0) PUNTING: CLE: D. Zastudil 5-230 (46.0); BUF: B. Moorman 3-108 (36.0)
KICKOFF RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 5-135 (27.0); DEN: E. Royal 3-72 (24.0), P. Hillis PUNT RETURNS: CLE: None; BUF: R. Parrish 1-34 (34.0), F. Jackson 1-0 (0.0)
2-18 (9.0) KICKOFF RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 3-64 (21.3); BUF: F. Jackson 4-61 (15.3), L. McK-
elvin 3-185-1 (61.7)
CLEVELAND DENVER CLEVELAND BUFFALO
WR D. Stallworth LE C. Williams WR B. Marshall LE E. Ekuban WR D. Stallworth LE C. Williams WR L. Evans LE C. Kelsay
LT J. Thomas NT S. Rogers LT R. Clady LT D. Robertson LT J. Thomas NT S. Rogers LT J. Peters LT M. Stroud
LG S. McKinney RE S. Smith LG B. Hamilton RT M. Thomas LG E. Steinbach RE S. Smith LG D. Dockery RT K. Williams
C H. Fraley LOLB W. McGinest C C. Wiegmann RE E. Dumervil C H. Fraley LOLB W. McGinest C D. Preston RE R. Deeney
RG R. Hadnot MLB A. Davis RG C. Kuper WLB W. Woodyard RG R. Hadnot MLB A. Davis RG B. Butler WLB K. Ellison
RT K. Shaffer WLB D. Jackson RT R. Harris MLB N. Webster RT K. Shaffer WLB D. Jackson RT L. Walker MLB P. Posluszny
TE K. Winslow ROLB K. Wimbley TE D. Graham SLB J. Winborn TE K. Winslow ROLB K. Wimbley TE R. Royal SLB K. Mitchell
WR B. Edwards LCB E. Wright WR E. Royal LCB K. Paymah WR B. Edwards LCB E. Wright WR R. Parrish LCB T. McGee
QB B. Quinn RCB B. McDonald QB J. Cutler RCB D. Bly QB B. Quinn RCB T. Daniels QB T. Edwards RCB J. Greer
RB J. Lewis SS S. Jones TE T. Scheffler SS M. Manuel RB J. Lewis SS S. Jones WR St. Johnson SS D. Whitner
FB C. Ali FS B. Pool RB R. Torain FS C. Lowrey FB C. Ali FS B. Pool RB M. Lynch FS K. Simpson
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2008 Game Summaries
TEXANS 16 COLTS 10
BROWNS 6 BROWNS 6
November 23, 2008 November 30, 2008
Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio
The Browns dropped a 16-6 decision to the Houston Texans at Cleveland The Browns dropped a 10-6 setback to the Colts at Cleveland Browns Sta-
Browns Stadium. The Browns fell behind 10-0 in the second quarter fol- dium. The Browns held a 6-3 lead in the fourth quarter, however, the Colts
lowing a 17-yard TD pass from Texans’ QB Sage Rosenfels to WR Kevin defense scored the only touchdown of the game as DE Dwight Freeney
Walter and a K Kris Brown 31-yard field goal. Cleveland responded with a sacked QB Derek Anderson and forced a fumble as DE Robert Mathis re-
pair of 32 yard field goals from K Phil Dawson in the second stanza to cut covered the miscue and raced 37 yards for the touchdown and a 10-6 final.
the deficit, 10-6. However, Houston added a 31-yard field goal late in the The Browns opened the scoring in the first quarter with a K Phil Dawson
second quarter and a 36-yarder midway through the third period for a 16-6 34-yard field goal. Dawson increased the lead to 6-3 in the second stanza
lead. Cleveland suffered five turnovers on the afternoon and the offense with a 25-yard field goal and the Browns defense held the Colts with a goal
was limited without a touchdown for only the second time this season. On line stand on a 4th-and-1 late in the second quarter to secure a 6-3 halftime
the afternoon, starting QB Brady Quinn was 8-of-18 passing for 94 yards lead. Anderson started the contest and was 16-of-26 passing for 110 yards.
with 2 interceptions and was replaced by QB Derek Anderson in the fourth Anderson suffered a left knee injury with only 1:16 remaining in regulation
quarter, as Anderson finished 5-of-14 for 51 yards and 1 interception. The and was replaced by Ken Dorsey, who was 0-of-3 passing with one intercep-
Browns were led by WR Braylon Edwards with 5 receptions for 85 yards tion. Browns RB Jamal Lewis paced the club with 24 carries for 77 yards,
and paced by RB Jamal Lewis with 10 carries for 58 yards. Defensively, the while WR Braylon Edwards added 2 receptions for 36 yards and TE Kellen
Browns added two interceptions by FS Brodney Pool and SS Sean Jones Winslow added 3 receptions on the afternoon. The Browns defense limited
in the second half, while LB Kamerion Wimbley added his third sack on the the potent Colts offense to only 215 net yards of offense, including 125 net
year with a 4-yard sack of Rosenfels. yards passing, three offensive points and forced three turnovers.

Team 1 2 3 4 Final Team 1 2 3 4 Final
Cleveland 0 6 0 0 6 Cleveland 3 3 0 0 6
Houston 7 6 3 0 16 Indianapolis 3 0 0 7 10

SCORING SUMMARY SCORING SUMMARY
Team Q Time Play Team Q Time Play
Texans 1 6:49 K. Walter 17 yd. pass from S. Rosenfels (K. Brown) (14-79, 8:11) Browns 1 9:04 P. Dawson 34 yd. Field Goal (10-30, 5:32)
Texans 2 13:37 K. Brown 31 yd. Field Goal (10-28, 5:58) Colts 1 1:58 A. Vinatieri 30 yd. Field Goal (12-65, 7:06)
Browns 2 7:59 P. Dawson 32 yd. Field Goal (12-62, 5:38) Browns 2 7:35 P. Dawson 25 yd. Field Goal (16-66, 9:23)
Browns 2 2:20 P. Dawson 32 yd. Field Goal (5-46, 1:14) Colts 4 9:45 R. Mathis 37 yd. fumble return (A. Vinatieri kick)
Texans 2 0:03 K. Brown 31 yd. Field Goal (12-73, 2:17)
Texans 3 8:48 K. Brown 36 yd. Field Goal (5-25, 1:55) TEAM STATISTICS
CLE IND
TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS: 13 14
CLE HOU TIME OF POSSESSION: 32:14 27:46
FIRST DOWNS: 15 19 TOTAL NET YARDS: (Ru/Pa): 193 (101/92) 215 (90/125)
TIME OF POSSESSION: 22:35 37:25 PUNTS/Average: 4-50.5 2-38.0
TOTAL NET YARDS: (Ru/Pa): 240 (95/145) 383 (112/271) PENALTIES/Yards: 4-25 2-10
PUNTS/Average: 2-52.0 3-43.0 FUMBLES/LOST: 1-1 3-1
PENALTIES/Yards: 5-40 11-84
FUMBLES/LOST: 2-2 2-0 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PASSING: CLE: D. Anderson 16-26-110, K. Dorsey 0-3; IND: P. Manning 15-21-125
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: CLE: J. Lewis 24-77, J. Wright 2-11 J. Harrison 2-6, D. Anderson 2-5, L. Vick-
PASSING: CLE: B. Quinn 8-18-94 (2 INT), D. Anderson 5-14-51 (INT); HOU: S. Rosen- ers 1-2, J. Cribbs 1-0; IND: J. Addai 15-57, D. Rhodes 11-35, P. Manning 3-(-2)
fels 24-32-275 (TD, 2 INT) RECEIVING: CLE: J. Wright 3-18, K. Winslow 3-15, S. Heiden 3-15, B. Edwards 2-36,
RUSHING: CLE: J. Lewis 10-58, J. Harrison 7-31, J. Cribbs 2-6, D. Anderson 1-0; HOU: M. Rucker 1-9, J. Lewis 1-7, D. Stallworth 1-4, L. Vickers 1-3, S. Steptoe 1-3; IND: R.
S. Slaton 21-73, A. Green 13-39, S. Rosenfels 2-0 Wayne 4-46, M. Harrison 3-27, D. Clark 2-24, A. Gonzalez 2-13, D. Rhodes 2-6, J. Addai
RECEIVING: CLE: B. Edwards 5-85, J. Lewis 2-10, D. Stallworth 1-18, K. Winslow 1-11, 1-6, G. Robinson 1-3
J. Harrison 1-8, S. Heiden 1-5, L. Vickers 1-4, S. Steptoe 1-4; HOU: A. Johnson 10-116, INTERCEPTIONS: CLE: S. Jones 1-4 (4.0), B. McDonald 1-0 (0.0); IND: A. Bethea 1-0
K. Walter 7-93-1, O. Daniels 3-28, D. Anderson 1-11, A. Davis 1-10, V. Leach 1-9, A. (0.0)
Green 1-8 PUNTING: CLE: D. Zastudil 4-202 (50.5); IND: H. Smith 2-76 (38.0)
INTERCEPTIONS: CLE: S. Jones 1-20 (20.0), B. Pool 1-8 (8.0); HOU: J. Reeves 1-18 PUNT RETURNS: CLE: None; IND: K. Ratliff 2-0 (0.0)
(18.0), A. Weaver 1-8 (8.0), F. Bennett 1-3 (3.0) KICKOFF RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 3-61 (20.3); IND: C. Simpson 2-62 (31.0), J.
PUNTING: CLE: D. Zastudil 2-104 (52.0); HOU: M. Turk 3-129 (43.0) Tamme 1-11 (11.0)
PUNT RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 2-10 (5.0); HOU: J. Jones 2-18 (9.0)
KICKOFF RETURNS: CLE: J. Cribbs 4-104 (26.0); HOU: A. Davis 2-43 (21.5)

CLEVELAND HOUSTON CLEVELAND INDIANAPOLIS
WR D. Stallworth LE C. Williams WR A. Johnson LDE A. Weaver WR S. Steptoe LE C. Williams WR R. Wayne LDE R. Brock
LT J. Thomas NT S. Rogers LT D. Brown NT T. Johnson LT J. Thomas NT S. Rogers LT T. Ugoh LDT E. Foster
LG E. Steinbach RE S. Thomas LG C. Pitts DT A. Okoye LG E. Steinbach RE S. Smith LG Ch. Johnson RDT K. Dawson
C H. Fraley LOLB W. McGinest C C. Myers RDE M. Williams C H. Fraley LOLB W. McGinest C J. Richard RDE D. Freeney
RG R. Hadnot MLB A. Davis RG M. Brisiel MLB D. Ryans RG R. Hadnot MLB A. Davis RG M. Pollak SLB C. Session
RT K. Shaffer WLB D. Jackson RT W. Winston WLB X. Adibi RT K. Shaffer WLB D. Jackson RT R. Diem MLB G. Brackett
TE S. Heiden ROLB K. Wimbley TE O. Daniels SLB K. Bentley TE K. Winslow ROLB K. Wimbley TE D. Clark WLB F. Keiaho
WR B. Edwards LCB E. Wright WR K. Walter LCB J. Reeves WR B. Edwards LCB E. Wright WR M. Harrison RCB T. Jennings
QB B. Quinn RCB B. McDonald QB S. Rosenfels RCB D. Robinson QB B. Quinn RCB B. McDonald QB P. Manning LCB K. Hayden
RB J. Lewis SS S. Jones WR D. Anderson SS N. Ferguson RB J. Lewis SS S. Jones RB J. Addai SS M. Bullitt
FB L. Vickers FS B. Pool RB S. Slaton FS E. Wilson TE S. Heiden FS B. Pool HB G. Robinson FS A. Bethea

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