Davone Bess | WR
Posted: 3/5/2014 12:02pm et
The Cleveland Browns released WR Davone Bess, WR Brian Tyms and LB Paul Hazel.
Huddle Up: Bess accomplished the double-whammy of underachieving on the field while also racking up some off-the-field baggage. That's not going to sit well with a new regime; hence he'll be looking for a new NFL home.
Posted: 2/13/2014 11:54pm et
The Cleveland Browns plan to void the $3.067 million base salary that is guaranteed to WR Davone Bess for next season because he was not able to play in the final few games of the 2013 season. Bess will have the right to challenge the decision if the team does void the guaranteed money. The Browns could keep Bess on their roster and allow him to earn the salary next season.
Huddle Up: With the Browns cleaning house from top to bottom, it only figures to be a matter of time for Bess, who definitely didn't help himself with his recent trouble involving a strange airport incident.
Posted: 1/17/2014 12:25pm et
Cleveland Browns WR Davone Bess was arrested for assaulting an officer/firefighter at Fort Lauderdale International Airport Friday, Jan. 17. Bess appeared to be under the influence of an unknown narcotic at the time of his arrest. Police responded to passenger complaints of a black man at a TSA checkpoint 'acting irrationally, dancing, singing with his pants repeatedly falling down.' When cops arrived, Bess grabbed a cup of coffee that didn't belong to him off a nearby counter and squeezed it so hard it splashed all over the cop. He got into a fighting stance and was struck by the cop in the leg with a baton. The cop said the strike had no effect. Bess took his shirt off and got into a fighting stance again. He surrendered when backup arrived.
Huddle Up: Too many punchlines for one note here; you can go ahead and fill in the blanks. On the bright side, there is no Browns coach to discipline Bess at the moment, though we're pretty confident the league will have a little chat with Bess once he puts his clothes back on and settles down.