U.S. District Judge James M. Moody approved a $84.9 million settlement in the Pilot Flying J fuel rebate scandal in a Little Rock, Arkansas courtroom Monday.
BEREA,OH - The Browns wrapped up their first mini camp under new head coach Rob Chudzinski with a visit from owner Jimmy Haslam. The Browns held practice outside the facility today for the first time as temperatures climbed into the seventies with warm winds blowing thru out practice.
Haslam did not come out on to the practice field during the 30 minutes that the media was allowed to record practice but I was told by one of the Browns officials that he was in the facility as scheduled to go over preparations for the upcoming draft.
The Browns are scheduled to hold a pre-draft news conference later Thursday afternoon and it is still unclear whether or not the Browns owner will join CEO Joe Banner and Team President Michael Lombardi.
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