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|Current Player Ranking: 64|
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|09/03/2015||Terrance West, RB CLE||Alfred Blue, RB HOU|
Doug Baldwin, WR SEA
Jordan Reed, TE WAS
|09/03/2015||Tyrod Taylor, QB BUF|
Derek Carr, QB OAK
Terrance West, RB CLE
|Brian Hoyer, QB HOU|
Randall Cobb, WR GB
Reggie Bush, RB SF
|09/02/2015||Eddie Royal, WR CHI|
Golden Tate, WR DET
Jameis Winston, QB TB
Justin Tucker, K BAL
|Mike Wallace, WR MIN|
Russell Wilson, QB SEA
Terrance West, RB CLE
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Pettine: RB Isaiah Crowell likely starter to open regular season
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
|(12:29 am ET) The featured back derby for the Browns has apparently been won by Isaiah Crowell - practically by default.
Mike Pettine has stated that Crowell will likely start in Week 1 against the host Jets. That became apparent when fellow competitor Terrance West played the entire first half of the final preseason game Thursday night.
The Browns had hoped that quick rookie Duke Johnson would rise up to earn the job, but a series of injuries, including a current concussion, has prevented him from playing extensively in camp or in the exhibition season.
Browns RB Terrance West suffers calf injury Saturday
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(8/1/15) Browns running back Terrance West had his left calf wrapped in ice during Saturday's practice, reports the Akron Beacon Journal. Afterward, West said he was fine.
"I'm good,'' West said, per Cleveland.com. "About to get it checked on now. I'll be back [Sunday]. I'll be back."
West rushed for 673 yards and four touchdowns on 171 attempts in 14 games last season.
Dumping of Ben Tate has Browns calming tensions in backfield
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
|(6/12/15) Browns running back coach Wilbert Montgomery has expressed optimism in regard to his backfield after a 2014 season in which friction revolving around free agent addition Ben Tate became toxic.
Tate was waived in November after losing carries to rookies Terrance West and Isaiah Crowell.
"[Tate] came in early and they paid him [free agent] money to come here so he felt he was 'the guy' and the other guys were in his way," Montgomery told the Northeast Ohio Media Group. "Everybody [now] is out relaxing and playing.
"It was bad. They would get into it, you know, in the locker room, just having words, and in the meeting room, and it takes away from what you are doing out on the field. It becomes a distraction. It's a serious thing, it's a hard thing, but then you have to move on like we did and let these young guys grow."
The competition should be heated again this year with the addition of third-rounder Duke Johnson, but Montgomery is claiming that in 2015 there are no personality clashes.
Tate has yet to find a team for this season.
GM Farmer: Browns will look to add more RBs this offseason
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(2/19/15) Browns general manager Ray Farmer spoke highly of rookie running backs Isaiah Crowell and Terrance West, but indicated that Cleveland will look to adding more backs this offseason, per NFL.com. Farmer would not reveal whether he would add through free agency or the draft.
The role of both backs fluctuated during the season, especially after the team released Ben Tate. Crowell ran for 607 yards and a team-high eight touchdowns, averaging 4.1 yards per carry, while West rushed for 673 yards and four touchdowns, averaging 3.9 yards per carry in 2014.
Isaiah Crowell holds edge over Terrance West entering 2015
|by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst|
|(2/3/15) In the Browns' backfield battle between Isaiah Crowell and Terrance West, "Crowell seems to be the more talented of the two, and he has the greater respect of his teammates, who feel he is a talented and dedicated player who simply needs to learn," reports ESPN.com.
Crowell ran for 607 yards and eight touchdowns, averaging 4.1 yards per carry, while West rushed for 673 yards and four touchdowns, averaging 3.9 ypc. Crowell lost two fumbles, West one. Neither rookie made a big impact in the passing game, though West had a receiving score.
"West was wildly inconsistent and never seemed happy about being yanked in and out of the lineup as the Browns decided to go with the guy who had the best week of practice as opposed to deciding on one guy," the report said. "West never seemed to master the playbook, as whoever was playing quarterback often had to tell him where to line up and where the play was going. Crowell showed great talent but as an undrafted player his learning curve was high."
The website says it would make sense for Cleveland to sign a veteran back to add to the mix.
According to the Browns' website, West is hitting the weight room hard and plans to report to camp at 215 pounds after finishing the season at 228. West aims to be "quicker and more nimble when hitting holes and juking defensive backs in the open field," the website said.
West has been boxing and doing a lot of cardio to get ready for next season.
"I’m out here working, baby,” West said in a video he posted. “I’m never trying to get off the field, man. This year is my year.”
|How exactly does Terrance West fit into the Browns' plans at running back? That's a tough question to answer after he was passed over for Isaiah Crowell late last season and then saw the team add rookie Duke Johnson in the draft. West's best shot to make an impact is going to be on passing downs, but it will take a training camp and preseason full of good work in order for that to happen. Johnson has a similar skill set toWest and is the newer piece in the Browns puzzle, so he might also pass West on the depth chart. Ultimately it might not matter because the Browns schedule is considered a tough one. Maybe West will wind up working in hurry-up and play-from-behind situations, or maybe he's on the bench. Don't spend anything more than a late-round pick on West until it's clear that he will have a significant role this season.
(Updated 4/21/15) |