Kellen has expressed his desire to be a productive member of the Cleveland BrownsBrowns suspend Winslow for one game Oct 21, 2008
We probably won't know maybe until the end of August what his status will be in terms of going into the year and maybe even for the second half of the yearJurevicius slowed by right-knee surgery Jul 17, 2008
Donte will be the major addition to our offense this yearStallworth ditches Pats for Browns Mar 02, 2008
We're pleased to get this two-year extension done with Romeo CrennelCrennel, Browns in contract extension Jan 29, 2008
He is a proven NFL back who brings a toughness and demeanor to the game that his teammates and our fans will appreciateJamal Lewis signs with Cleveland Mar 08, 2007
Phil Savage (born Phillip Savage Jr. April 7, 1965 in Mobile, Alabama) is the former general manager of the Cleveland Browns. He was named Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Cleveland Browns on January 6, 2005. On December 28, 2008, he was fired. Previously, Savage served as Director of Player Personnel for the Baltimore Ravens under General Manager Ozzie Newsome, a former Browns' player and member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Savage attended high school at Murphy (Mobile, Ala.) High School and played football and baseball at the University of the South (Sewanee, Tennessee). He earned a bachelor's of arts in English and was a three-time all-conference shortstop in baseball. He received a master's degree in physical education from the University of Alabama in 1989.
Prior to entering the NFL, Savage spent the first seven years of his career in the coaching ranks at Alabama, UCLA, and with the San Antonio Riders of the World League.