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#1 vmax


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Posted 07 September 2015 - 05:12 PM



Browns offensive line coach Andy Moeller has been suspended indefinitely due to a weekend incident, the Browns announced Monday. Moeller was on the Ravens’ staff for six seasons as an offensive line coach before joining the Browns in 2014. Moeller was found guilty of DUI in 2011, which was his third alcohol-related arrest during a four-year period.

Without getting into specifics of the incident, the Browns issued a statement that read in part, “Over the weekend, Andy was involved in an incident, involving allegations that we take very seriously..http://www.csnmidatl...eller-suspended


I don't know why the Ravens put up with him. 

Nice start to the season.

At least Farmer won't be around to fire him....




Browns fans know the lament:

1. General Manager Ray Farmer began his 4-game suspension for illegal texting on Monday.

2. Third-rounder Terrance West was traded to Tennessee for a conditional seventh-round pick in 2016. The Browns are not especially deep at running back and probably will add someone this week. West was a pure dump job, an admission that a third-round pick was a mistake.

3. Offensive line coach Andy Moeller was suspended indefinitely for an incident involving "serious allegations," according to the Browns. It reportedly is an assault case.


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“My philosophy is winning comes first,” Roman said. “I’m not chasing stats. Job justification stats, water cooler talk – I’m not really into that. I’m into whatever helps the team to win. Along with that, though, a physical style. Meaning we’re in control. It starts up front, but it extends everywhere. It’s a mindset. [I’m] very big on approaching the game from that perspective.”

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Posted 07 September 2015 - 07:43 PM


 A woman called Berea police over the weekend, alleging Moeller had assaulted her, the sources said. The woman was a guest of Moeller's from Maryland.

By the time police arrived, the woman was unsure about pressing charges.


However, police were required to file a report, which was presented to the city prosecutor. He will determine whether charges will be filed. Because the alleged assault was not of a live-in partner or spouse, it was classified as assault and not domestic assault.



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