If the Browns want to begin to get out of their rut, they can't hold back at QB. That means giving rookie DeShone Kizer every chance to start immediately.
This seemingly impossible challenge is the finale to 200 days of intense training and neurorehabilitation, which Steven has aptly named the #200dayschallange. Steven will attempt to complete the challenge at the Red Bull headquarters in London on June 30th. Determined to do the ride in six hours or
July 26 (Gracenote) - Overview from the World championship Men's 200m Individual Medley Semifinal on Wednesday 1. Chase Kalisz (U.S.) 1:55.88 Q 2. Kosuke Hagino (Japan) 1:56.04 Q 3. Max Litchfield (Britain) 1:56.70 Q 4. Jeremy Desplanches (Switzerland) 1:56.86 Q 5. Daiya Seto (Japan) 1:56.92 Q 6.