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Sat, 12 Aug 2006 08:37:01 -0700
Mary Kay Cabot, of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, reports Cleveland Browns general manager Phil Savage is upset over C Bob Hallen's (back) decision to retire so abruptly, especially when Hallen never showed signs of being injured. "I have to admit, I'm upset that he walked out on us two days before the first [preseason] game without any warning, especially in light of us losing LeCharles Bentley," Savage said. "It was totally unexpected. It really put us in a vise." "He passed every medical check we had and never spent any time in our medical room. He never even had an ice pack on his back."
Fri, 11 Aug 2006 20:02:37 -0700
The Associated Press reports the Cleveland Browns will recoup the $200,000 signing bonus they paid retiring OC Bob Hallen when he signed in the offseason, general manager Phil Savage said.
Thu, 10 Aug 2006 15:08:42 -0700
Tony Grossi, of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, reports Cleveland Browns OG Bob Hallen (back) will announce his retirement Friday, Aug. 11, citing injury problems, especially to his back, as the reason for it. Hallen's agent Cliff Brady said, "he's got a couple of (damaged) discs and stenosis...It's the type of things that you play with until you can't play anymore.
Tue, 08 Aug 2006 20:23:56 -0700
Patrick McManamon, of the Akron Beacon Journal, reports Cleveland Browns OC Bob Hallen could decide retirement is the best option for him. As noted earlier, head coach Romeo Crennel said Hallen has personal and physical issues. The physical issues are Hallen's back, which will be examined in San Diego by the same doctor who treated him last season when his back acted up. The personal issues apparently deal with the back pain, and whether he wants to keep playing. The issues apparently are wrapped together, and Hallen has much to sort out, including retirement. "I think he wants to be a starter," Crennel said of Hallen. "That's what I thought. That he accepted the challenge and tried to do the best he could." Crennel said he would be open-minded if Hallen wanted to return, but it did not sound like that was certain. "If he's better than what you have on the team, you have to consider that," he said.
Tue, 08 Aug 2006 17:02:25 -0700
Zac Jackson, of ClevelandBrowns.com, reports Cleveland Browns OC Bob Hallen has temporarily left the team. The Browns placed Hallen on the exempt-left team list Tuesday evening, Aug. 8. Browns head coach Romeo Crennel said Hallen was dealing with "medical and personal issues" and wasn't with the team. Hallen practiced Monday morning, Aug. 7, didn't practice Monday afternoon due to what Crennel called "back issues", and didn't report to Berea Tuesday. He spoke to Crennel and explained his situation. "He gave me good enough reason to have some concern on my part," Crennel said. OC Alonzo Ephraim will likely be the team's starting center in the interim.
Mon, 07 Aug 2006 18:52:00 -0700
Tony Grossi, of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, reports Cleveland Browns OG Bob Hallen (back) missed the evening practice Monday, Aug. 7, with back spasms.
Thu, 27 Jul 2006 16:58:17 -0700
Mike McLain, of the Tribune Chronicle, reports Cleveland Browns OL Bob Hallen, an eight-year NFL veteran, will replace OC LeCharles Bentley (knee) in the team's starting lineup at center. Hallen was signed in the offseason after spending the last four seasons with the San Diego Chargers.
Thu, 27 Jul 2006 12:45:32 -0700
ClevelandBrowns.com reports Cleveland Browns OG Bob Hallen replaced injured C LeCharles Bentley (knee) at center with the first-team offense during the team's morning practice Thursday, July 27.
Wed, 12 Jul 2006 12:57:13 -0700
Jeff Walcoff, of ClevelandBrowns.com, reports Cleveland Browns OG Bob Hallen will compete for a backup offensive line spot in training camp.
Sun, 19 Mar 2006 11:44:34 -0800
Cleveland Browns OG Bob Hallen signed a two-year contract with base salaries of $710,000 (2006) and $720,000 (2007).
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