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Career Transactions: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the third round (71st overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft, the first of the Browns’ two third-round selections.
At a Glance:
Cleveland Browns 2018 Walter Payton Man of the Year honoree…Started all seven games played last year, registering 43 tackles (29 solo), his first two career interceptions, five passes defensed and one fumble recovery…Former NFL LB Mike Jones was his high school football coach at Hazelwood East High School in St. Louis, Mo…Signed a four-year contract extension during the 2017 offseason…Due to a glitch in Madden 15, he measured 1-foot-2 in the game…He used that notoriety, which included interviews on ESPN and CNN, to spread his mother’s words of wisdom that no matter how small you are, always dream big and live big…Musically gifted, has played the drums since the age of seven and sang in church choir, where his late father, Elmer, was the pastor.
Cleveland Browns Foundation hosts 20th annual golf outing
The Cleveland Browns Foundation hosted its 20th annual golf outing at Westwood County Club on May 20, 2019 to raise money for education and youth football for kids in Northeast Ohio. Follow along with some of your favorite players as they try to perfect their swings and have fun on the golf course.
Cleveland Browns donate $75,000 to leadership institute
Members of the Cleveland Browns organization took a tour of Edwins Restaurant & Leadership Institute in Cleveland. On the tour they learned about the rehabilitation for its employees and donated $75,000 to renovate housing and help with the addition of a bakery.
Christian Kirksey: Signing Kendricks raises the competition and everyone's skill level
Browns linebacker Christian Kirksey talked to media following an OTA on June 5, 2018. Kirksey discussed Cleveland signing Mychal Kendricks, competition, taking every defensive snap, and learning from Jamie Collins.
My Cause My Cleats: Christian Kirksey
When Browns linebacker and captain Christian Kirksey was 17 years old, he lost his father, Elmer, to a stroke. Two months ago, he learned his aunt was diagnosed with bone cancer. Kirksey will honor those family members Sunday as part of the NFL's My Cause My Cleats campaign. And he wants people battling similar tragedies to know they're not alone.
Kirksey talks Radiothon item and community work
Linebacker Christian Kirksey discusses his Cleveland Browns Foundation Radiothon auction item of a fan getting to go to a baseball game with him and fellow inside linebacker Demario Davis. Plus, he talks about who is the best dancer on the team and his work in the community.