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BEREA, Ohio (AP) - Rob Chudzinski and his wife, Sheila, welcomed a new baby boy on Monday. Everyone is doing fine.

Now, if the Browns coach could only get his infantile team to start walking.

With five straight losses and eight in nine games, the Browns (4-10), who just a month ago were considering a possible playoff push, are crawling to the end of yet another miserable season. For the third week in a row, they blew a fourth-quarter lead and lost on Sunday to the Chicago Bears, who scored 21 points over an 8:42 span in the final period to keep their postseason hopes alive.

The Browns can't finish.

Star cornerback Joe Haden, who sustained a painful hip pointer in the loss, called the team's demise "very disappointing, frustrating, especially when you have a team that you know can win."

 

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