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Sat, 20 Aug 2005 07:36:48 -0700
Brad Biggs, of the Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago Bears RB Cedric Benson's contract impasse enters day 28 Saturday morning, Aug. 20, officially having passed RB Curtis Enis as the longest holdout in recent club history. The sides did not speak Friday, Aug. 19, one day after general manager Jerry Angelo said the offer outstanding to Benson and agent Eugene Parker soon will be reduced.
Thu, 21 Mar 2002 19:53:19 -0800
The Tampa Tribune reports the Tampa Bay Buccaneers visited with ex-NFL RBs Byron Hanspard and Curtis Enis Thursday. The team has said they have no timetable for signing a running back. They are also expected to look at free agent RBs Ricky Watters (Seahawks) and Dorsey Levens (Packers) before entering into negotiations with anyone. As noted earlier, free agent RBs Robert Holcombe (Rams) and Michael Pittman (Cardinals) have already visited.
Fri, 01 Mar 2002 16:03:54 -0800
The AP reports former NFL RB Curtis Enis wants to attempt a comeback this season. "He's going to give it another shot," Enis' agent, Joel Segal, said Friday. Segal said Enis has been working out in Birmingham, Alabama and that he is in great shape. Enis faxed a letter to Browns president Carmen Policy on Friday, informing him of his intentions of returning.
Fri, 01 Mar 2002 16:03:11 -0800
Associated Press reports RB Curtis Enis, who retired from the NFL last season due to a degenerative knee condition, is planning a NFL comeback. Enisís agent, Joel Segal, said Enis has been working out in Birmingham, Alabama under the supervision of orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews. Enis faxed a letter to Cleveland Browns president Carmen Policy stating that he was planning on returning to the NFL.
Tue, 01 May 2001 13:44:20 -0700
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports former Cleveland Browns RB Curtis Enis, who recently retired, is required to return the signing bonus he received from the team. The exact amount of that bonus has not been made public.
Mon, 30 Apr 2001 15:20:23 -0700
ClevelandBrowns.com reports the Cleveland Browns running back situation for the upcoming season remains a bit cloudy now that RB Curtis Enis has retired. RB Errict Rhett has the most experience but is returning from an injury he suffered last year while RBs Travis Prentice and Jamel White showed flashes of talent last year. The team also can throw RB James Jackson, a rookie, into the mix this year, too.
Wed, 25 Apr 2001 19:08:28 -0700
As an update to an earlier report, SportsLine.com's Len Pasquarelli reports Cleveland Browns RB Curtis Enis is retiring because his knees simply won't hold up according to his agent Joel Segal. Segal noted that Enis has a degenerative condition which "makes it imposible for him to play."
Wed, 25 Apr 2001 16:58:23 -0700
Jay Glazer, of The Pro Football News and Injury Report, has informed KFFL that former Chicago Bears No.1 pick and current Cleveland Browns running back Curtis Enis has informed people close to him that he intends to retire. Sources close to Enis say that he has already informed his agent and the Browns of this decision. However, he has yet to submit his retirement papers, which would make the decision official.
Thu, 12 Apr 2001 10:29:46 -0700
The Canton Repository reports when asked if RB Curtis Enis and Kevin Johnson had shown enough in min-camp to sway the Cleveland Browns from taking a RB or WR with their No. 3 pick in the NFL Draft, coach Butch Davis replied - "Nothing I would divulge today." DT Darrius Holland said the 330 pounds he is listed at is inflated. The Browns are hoping he can be their answer to the Ravens Sam Adams and Tony Siragusa at defensive tackle. One thing that is certain, his off-season workouts have left him with the largest arms on the team. LT Roman Oben wants to finish his career in Cleveland. Righ now he is under contract through 2002. Davis said OL Steve Zahursky is adapting well to the new steps and moves he is being taught on the offensive line.
Wed, 11 Apr 2001 09:44:37 -0700
The Canton Repository reports Cleveland Browns RB Curtis Enis continued to have a good mini-camp on day two. He's trying to prove to the team he can be their guy and that they don't need to spend the No. 3 pick in the NFL Draft on a RB. Enis said he feels fortunate to be on the Browns. He did caution people on the value of mini-camp saying, "This is like playing cards without the money." Mini-camp ends today, at which point the team will turn its focus to the April 21-22 draft. Coach Butch Davis has been impressed with the intensity level of the first two days of mini-camp, but he expected no less. Davis said TEs Mark Campbell, Rickey Dudley and O.J. Santiago will play the more traditional TE role while Aaron Shea and Mike Sellers are more H-back types.
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