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Cleveland Plain Dealer

December 3, 2010 by Post Team 

Cleveland Plain Dealer, Cleveland Browns rookie QB Colt McCoy (ankle) will not be ready to play this week in Miami to veteran Jake Delhomme will get another start despite almost cost the team the game last week with second-half interceptions two.

“This is a serious mistake,” said Delhomme the Plain-Dealer. “But on the downside, for me, if you’re Charlie Checkdown,” yeah, your stats will look great at the end of Part. But those 13 points, I do not know how many wins you have with that. ”

RG Stephen Neal went on the disabled list Thursday with another shoulder injury. Daniel Connolly, who started three games in place of Neal, will finish the season. The team ran a much more effective last month, after Pro Bowl LG Logan Mankins has ended his contract exclusion.

Neal, 34, spoke to retire last offseason before signing a two-year extension. He is a former wrestling champion and the NCAA has long talked about becoming a UFC fighter after the end of his NFL career.
DE Dwan Edwards is done for the season after being placed on the disabled list Thursday because of a hamstring injury. Edwards signed with the Bills in the offseason offseason as a free agent and started all 11 games. Edwards finished the year tied for fourth in the team with 59 tackles.
Antwan Odom DE (wrist) went on the disabled list Thursday, the fourth team defensive lineman to have season-ending injury. Victor Adeyanju DE, a veteran of four years, was re-signed Odom to take place on the list.
K Jason Hanson (knee) went on the disabled list Thursday, leaving Dave Rayner’s work. The team signed CB Tye Hill to take up file Hanson. Hanson completed 12-of-14 field goal attempts in eight games, connecting on at least 80 percent for the 13th time.

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