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Isaiah Crowell

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Browns | Isaiah Crowell to dominate carries?

Sun, 24 Jul 2016 17:54:37 -0700

Cleveland Browns RB Isaiah Crowell could reach 1,000 rushing yards this year, according to beat writer Mary Kay Cabot, and Cabot believes Crowell is going to receive a "bulk" of the carries this season.

Fantasy Tip: Despite the endorsement of Crowell, backfield mate Duke Johnson is still waiting to steal some carries and soak up a majority of the targets in the passing game. Throw in Cleveland's suspect offense, and Crowell is likely ticketed for RB3 territory.

Comment (0) | Share: Tweet!Share on Facebook | Source: The Cleveland Plain Dealer - Mary Kay Cabot

Browns | Cleveland cops angry about Isaiah Crowell

Tue, 12 Jul 2016 20:05:29 -0700

Cleveland Browns RB Isaiah Crowell apologized for his controversial post on social media, but the Cleveland Police Union is threatening to boycott games by the team if Crowell doesn't do more than apologize for his Instagram post. "He needs to go to Dallas, help the families who lost their loved ones last week, write them a check, look them in the eyes and give a heartfelt apology," the president of Cleveland's Police Patrolman's Association said Tuesday, July 12.

Fantasy Tip: Crowell is in hot water with fans and the cops in Cleveland, and the team wasn't terribly keen on his decision to post and subsequent apology. This will be an ongoing story and it wouldn't be shocking to see Crowell move closer to the unemployment line, especially if he doesn't light it up on the field this summer.

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Browns | Cleveland not cutting Isaiah Crowell

Mon, 11 Jul 2016 22:44:15 -0700

Updating a previous report, Cleveland Browns RB Isaiah Crowell might be in hot water for posting a controversial photo on social media, but beat writer Mary Kay Cabot said Monday, July 11, that the team is not believed to have any plans to cut the embattled back.

Fantasy Tip: Crowell's apology and quick deletion of his post was apparently good enough for the league. Perhaps a few fantasy owners will be miffed on draft day and avoid him, causing him to drop slightly and make him a big value for savvy owners.

Comment (0) | Share: Tweet!Share on Facebook | Source: The Cleveland Plain Dealer - Mary Kay Cabot

Browns | Isaiah Crowell in hot water

Mon, 11 Jul 2016 20:09:00 -0700

Cleveland Browns RB Isaiah Crowell posted a graphic depiction of a police officer being stabbed in the neck by a hooded man on social media last week. He quickly deleted the post, and apologized and the league seemed pleased with his quick response. However, the team is unhappy with the back. "We have spoken to Isaiah regarding his extremely disturbing and unacceptable social media decision. It was completely inappropriate and we have made him aware of our high level of disappointment," the team said in a statement Monday, July 11. "Isaiah has apologized but also knows that just an apology is insufficient and that he must take steps to make a positive difference after a very negative and impactful post."

Fantasy Tip: While the Browns sound unhappy with Crowell, it is unlikely he'll face some sort of suspension, especially since the league sounds satisfied with his actions. It is a situation worth watching, however, as the team could take things into their own hands. If there is a suspension, or perhaps the team elects to go another way and cut him, it could be the gain of Duke Johnson, Glenn Winston, Raheem Mostert and perhaps Terrell Watson.

Comment (0) | Share: Tweet!Share on Facebook | Source: The Cleveland Plain Dealer - Mary Kay Cabot

Browns | More consistency from Isaiah Crowell

Thu, 07 Jul 2016 16:35:01 -0700

Cleveland Browns RB Isaiah Crowell needs to run consistently this year, according to head coach Hue Jackson. Jackson said Crowell hasn't been able to consistently run like the big-time runner he's capable of being.

Fantasy Tip: Crowell will, on paper, be the starting running back for the Browns. He'll give way to Duke Johnson in passing situations, which makes Crowell more of a standard league back. The third-year ball-carrier is solidly in RB3 territory.

Comment (0) | Share: Tweet!Share on Facebook | Source: The Cleveland Plain Dealer - Dan Labbe

Browns | Isaiah Crowell due for big year?

Wed, 06 Jul 2016 13:31:42 -0700

Cleveland Browns RB Isaiah Crowell could reach the 1,000-yard plateau in 2016, according to The Cleveland Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot. Cabot envisions a run early and often offense under new head coach Hue Jackson.

Fantasy Tip: The downside for Crowell is that he will split time with Duke Johnson and the Browns don't really have a respectable passing game. Defenses could hone in on the run. Nevertheless, Crowell is an ideal pick as an RB3 as the Browns' primary ball-carrier.

Comment (0) | Share: Tweet!Share on Facebook | Source: The Cleveland Plain Dealer - Mary Kay Cabot

Browns | Earnest Byner working with Cleveland RBs

Fri, 03 Jun 2016 03:11:57 -0700

Cleveland Browns RB Isaiah Crowell and RB Duke Johnson have been receiving advice from retired RB Earnest Byner, and Byner said he believes Crowell and Johnson have unique qualities that will make each other better.

Fantasy Tip: It continues to seem as if Crowell and Johnson are both headed for significant roles this season. Johnson's speed and pass-catching ability gives him RB2 upside in PPR formats, but Crowell should be a solid RB3 in his own right.

Comment (0) | Share: Tweet!Share on Facebook | Source: The Cleveland Plain Dealer - Mary Kay Cabot

Browns | Isaiah Crowell should start

Thu, 02 Jun 2016 15:57:32 -0700

Cleveland Browns RB Isaiah Crowell is expected to be the starting running back when the regular season commences, according to ESPNCleveland.com's Tony Grossi.

Fantasy Tip: Crowell may start, but Duke Johnson should also have a significant role in Cleveland's backfield. Crowell and Johnson could very well play the roles that Jeremy Hill and Giovani Bernard played under Hue Jackson with the Cincinnati Bengals. Crowell is in RB3 territory right now, while Johnson has RB2 upside in PPR formats.

Comment (0) | Share: Tweet!Share on Facebook | Source: ESPNCleveland.com - Tony Grossi

Browns | Isaiah Crowell, Duke Johnson to be busy

Sat, 28 May 2016 17:56:29 -0700

Cleveland Browns RB Isaiah Crowell and RB Duke Johnson will lead a smash-mouth, run-first offense, according to running backs coach Kirby Wilson.

Fantasy Tip: Head coach Hue Jackson was able to utilize the backfield tandem of Giovani Bernard and Jeremy Hill while serving as the offensive coordinator in Cincinnati, and he could use Crowell and Johnson in similar fashion. Johnson has a little more upside, especially in PPR formats, but Crowell could be a serviceable RB3 if he handles the goal-line work.

Comment (0) | Share: Tweet!Share on Facebook | Source: ClevelandBrowns.com - Patrick Maks

Browns | Hue Jackson talks up running back duo

Thu, 05 May 2016 13:17:16 -0700

Cleveland Browns RBs Isaiah Crowell and Duke Johnson were recently lauded by the head coach Hue Jackson. "Those two guys are as good as I've seen in a while," Jackson said. "Their talent is extreme." As reported earlier, Jackson has pointed to Crowell, mainly, as the reason for the Browns not selecting a running back in the draft. "I really think Isaiah Crowell is a really good running back. I think he's going to have a sensational season, I really do."

Fantasy Tip: Jackson is probably a little more optimistic than the average fan. Crowell and Johnson are a capable duo, to be sure, but they left something to be desired last season. For now, consider Crowell a low-end RB3 option, while Johnson could reach low-end RB2 to high-end RB3 status.

Comment (0) | Share: Tweet!Share on Facebook | Source: The Cleveland Plain Dealer - Mary Kay Cabot

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