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Browns plan for ending players' sense of entitlement

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11:27 AM ET 05.26 | When the Browns see veterans such as Brian Hoyer or Brandon Jackson available and the price is right, they will sign them -- especially if they are under 30. They believe some players here had a sense of entitlement, so adding a few new faces raises the level of competition. While Hoyer doesn't have the strong arm that the Browns would prefer, they like his quick release, leadership skills and attitude. They view Brandon Weeden/Jason Campbell/Hoyer as an upgrade over Weeden/Colt McCoy/Thad Lewis.

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May 26, 2013  11:36 AM ET

If any Browns player has "a sense of entitlement" he hasn't been paying attention.

May 26, 2013  12:02 PM ET

Browns and "Sense of Entitlement"?.... Hmmmm Jimmy Haslem stealing rebates from minority truck drivers?

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May 28, 2013  12:53 PM ET

These moves mean nothing if they don't perform well.

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