CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Scribbles in my Cleveland Cavaliers notebook as they are on a 4-game winning streak:1. This sounds strange when discussing a team that has been to three consecutive NBA Finals, but the Cavaliers are trying to figure out how to win games this season. The loss of Kyrie Irving to Boston is even more severe than many of us thought. 2. That's why it's important the Cavs have won four in a row. They haven't played great games in this stretch.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Scribbles in my Cleveland Browns notebook as they prepare to face the Jacksonville Jaguars in FirstEnergy Stadium:1. How will Corey Coleman play today? The Dallas native did not seem to like cold weather when he came back from his broken hand last season. His first game was November 6. Coleman had some drops and struggled. In those final eight games, he had 26 catches, one for a TD. 2. Just like 2016, Coleman played the first two games of 2017. Then he broke his hand.
1. The Indians returned home from the general managers meetings in Orlando. This is where some preliminary trade talks begin. Several teams expressed an interest in the Tribe's catchers -- Roberto Perez and Yan Gomes. 2. Both catchers are under favorable long-term contracts. Perez is signed through 2020, making only $3.6 million in the last season. The team also has options for 2021 and 2022. He batted .207 (.664 OPS) with 8 HR and 38 RBI in 217 at bats. 3.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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