CLEVELAND - The preseason is over, the roster is down to the mandatory 53 players, let the 2012 NFL season begin.
The Cleveland Browns open up the 2012 season on Sunday at home against the Philadelphia Eagles. What should the fans expect this year?
The Browns will be one of the youngest teams in the league, with 15 rookies on the 53 man roster including the starting quarterback Brandon Weeden, and the starting running back in Trent Richardson if he is recovered from his knee surgery.
The Browns will also have the third hardest schedule in the league this season.
So what will the Browns record be this season? Will Trent Richardson be ready for Sunday's opener? How will Brandon Weeden do as the starting quarterback and will we see Colt McCoy sometime this season? 92.3 "The Fan' Browns beat reporter Daryl Ruiter addresses those questions and much more surrounding your Cleveland Browns on the Labor Day weekend edition of the Ford Sports Sunday.
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