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But, before we get started, a quick housekeeping note. I participated in the ninth-ever VeloSano, which is Cleveland Clinic’s premier fundraising initiative in which 100% of every dollar raised supports lifesaving cancer research at Cleveland Clinic and Cleveland Clinic Children’s. Thanks to your support, I was able to shave off nearly 30 minutes from my time last year. But, we're still a little short of the initial goal overall. Thankfully, you still have until October 1 to donate if you're able!
Here is a direct link to my fundraiser page. With every dollar donated we may not be able to eradicate cancer tomorrow but, we'll be one step closer to ending it for good. Thank you for your support!
A failure to launch: Key takeaways from the Cleveland Browns' week 2 loss to the New York Jets
The Browns beat themselves in their home opener and allowed Joe Flacco, who hasn't played meaningful football in several seasons, to move to 18-3 all-time against Cleveland. With 1:22 left in the game, the Browns had a 17-point lead before allowing Flacco to throw two touchdown passes, a 66-yarder to Corey Davis and a 15-yarder to Garrett Wilson after they recovered the onside kick.
It was one of the worst collapses the franchise has ever seen and if you even remotely know the Browns, tragic collapses go hand in hand with them. Read more.
Who should Cleveland Guardians fans root for in the MLB Wild Card race?
With that said, if the playoffs were to start today, Cleveland would host the Seattle Mariners in the first round. If the Guardians want to make a serious postseason run, avoiding the Mariners would be a great place to start things. Thankfully, the postseason doesn't start today and there is still time for either of the Toronto Blue Jays or Tampa Bay Rays, the preferred opponents, to fall to Cleveland. Read more.
Cleveland Charge announces their promotional schedule for the 2022-23 NBA G League season
The Cleveland Charge of the NBA G League have announced their 2022-23 season promotional schedule full of fun giveaways, specialty jerseys & unique themes! Cleveland’s Opening Night presented by Hot Dog Wally’s is at Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center on Friday, November 4 at 7:00 p.m. against the Motor City Cruise, the affiliate of the Detroit Pistons, featuring an Evan Mobley bobblehead giveaway! Read more.
This week's Locked On Cavs!
: What the Donovan Mitchell trade means for Darius Garland | Cleveland Cavaliers podcast
: Cavs training camp questions, part 1 | Cleveland Cavaliers podcast
: Cavs training camp questions, part 2 | Cleveland Cavaliers podcast
: Ranking the most valuable Cavaliers | Cleveland Cavaliers podcast
: Donovan Mitchell season preview | Cleveland Cavaliers podcast
Evan Dammarell is a sports journalist covering all things Cleveland right off the shores of Lake Erie. Follow him on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. You can also email him at email@example.com. He can also be found three to five times a week on Locked On Cavs, a part of the Locked On Podcast Network.
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