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07:59 AM ET 09.23 | What can Brown do for Kevin Kolb? Jake Delhomme still isn't practicing, Seneca Wallace never has faced the Baltimore Ravens and now a report has surfaced that the Browns contacted the Philadelphia Eagles about the availability of Kevin Kolb. ... With both Delhomme and Wallace throwing costly interceptions at critical times in consecutive weeks, a Philadelphia radio station reported Wednesday that the Browns contacted the Eagles about Kolb's availability hours after it was announced he had lost the Eagles' starting job. Browns general manager Tom Heckert, who came from the Eagles, drafted Kolb in the second round in 2007 out of the University of Houston.

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September 23, 2010  08:09 AM ET

Don't believe the hype, Cleveland-you're stuck with Flakey Jakey...

September 23, 2010  08:10 AM ET

Big Trouble in Little Cleveland. It's getting ugly(er).

Sup, Chief?

September 23, 2010  08:12 AM ET
QUOTE(#2):

Big Trouble in Little Cleveland. It's getting ugly(er).Sup, Chief?

Agreed, WaWa...not much, man, you doing good?

September 23, 2010  08:12 AM ET

Wasn't Holmgren supposed to improve this team? Is his plan to improve it by getting the first pick in next year's draft?

September 23, 2010  08:13 AM ET

What about Colt McCoy, Cleveland???

September 23, 2010  08:13 AM ET

This will torpedo Mangina even faster. BRILLIANT!

September 23, 2010  08:18 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

Agreed, WaWa...not much, man, you doing good?

It was getting close when Big Al was rumored to come back to my Titans. Sorry, but I'm glad you still have him.

September 23, 2010  08:22 AM ET
QUOTE(#8):

It was getting close when Big Al was rumored to come back to my Titans. Sorry, but I'm glad you still have him.

LOL!! I know, right?

September 23, 2010  08:23 AM ET

When they started the season with DelHomme and Wallace as their QBs, did anyone - and I mean ANYONE - seriously not see this coming? Surprise, surprise.

September 23, 2010  08:28 AM ET
QUOTE(#10):

When they started the season with DelHomme and Wallace as their QBs, did anyone - and I mean ANYONE - seriously not see this coming? Surprise, surprise.

not surprised at all... A little suprised they want to see about Kolb right now, unless they are unloading Delhomme, like asap.

September 23, 2010  08:39 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Wasn't Holmgren supposed to improve this team? Is his plan to improve it by getting the first pick in next year's draft?

They are going hard to hear..."and with the first pick of the 2011 NFL draft, the Cleveland Browns select...Jake Locker." Poor guy!

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September 23, 2010  08:42 AM ET

Yeah. Send him to Cleveland so Mangina can develop him into a pro bowl QB.... NOT

September 23, 2010  08:50 AM ET
QUOTE(#13):

They are going hard to hear..."and with the first pick of the 2011 NFL draft, the Cleveland Browns select...Jake Locker." Poor guy!

Doubt it'll be Locker, his stock is dropping like a stone... Maybe Andrew Luck if he comes out.

September 23, 2010  08:55 AM ET
QUOTE(#17):

Doubt it'll be Locker, his stock is dropping like a stone... Maybe Andrew Luck if he comes out.

Does it really matter who they pick? They will **** it up anyway.

September 23, 2010  08:56 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Wasn't Holmgren supposed to improve this team? Is his plan to improve it by getting the first pick in next year's draft?

The master of reverse improvement. The game just may have very well passed this guy by while he wasn't looking.

September 23, 2010  08:58 AM ET
QUOTE(#17):

Doubt it'll be Locker, his stock is dropping like a stone... Maybe Andrew Luck if he comes out.

I was going to say the same thing... Locker has not looked good at all so far this season.

September 23, 2010  09:00 AM ET

Wishful thinking.

September 23, 2010  09:06 AM ET

It's been 1 whole game for Delhomme and nobody had aspirations of a Super Bowl. I'm not sold on Kolb but if he comes here we'll support him like we do every Brown (except the people who tried to run Couch out town without an O-line.) Our defense has surrendered nine whole points in the first two games and if we had some experienced receivers, things may be different. Lots of you nay-sayers might have 0-2 teams as well. Go Browns!

 
September 23, 2010  09:09 AM ET

Eagles are not going to cut him. Someone is on the drugs.

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