Andrew and Craig discuss the post-David Griffin Cleveland Cavaliers.
LeBron James and the Cavaliers might have only been champs for a year, but the accomplishment lives forever.
It’s Friday on WFNY and that means Craig is here with his week’s thoughts and links to things that might interest you.
Losing in the NBA Finals really hurts, but it’s a chance you have to take every single time. The Cavaliers need to work to change and get better, but not by changing who they are drastically.
Anecdotally, the Cleveland Cavaliers are in the same position they were a year ago when they won the title. Realistically, despite the desire for hope, this deficit feels totally different.
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The Cleveland Browns have missed on a lot of things over the past few decades, but their recent signings make it seem like they’re finally understanding the value of middle-class NFL starters.
Ken Carman of 92.3 the Fan joins the WFNY podcast for the first time to talk about his career so far, the Browns, and being a parent.
When a reporter asks Brock Osweiler about his struggles with the Houston Texans, the best answer was probably not to tell anyone to go watch the unmitigated disaster that is on that film.
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Someday we’ll get back to your regularly scheduled sports programming, but today it has to be about Chris Cornell.
While most of what’s going to be said about ESPN’s layoffs is in the bank, Craig weighs in one final time on the topic. Plus Stipe defends his belt this weekend.
Andrew Zelman of Cleveland Scene Magazine joins the WFNY Podcast to discuss media in 2017 as well as a host of Cleveland sports topics.
DeShone Kizer slipped to the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft before the Cleveland Browns took him. Does slipping portend bad things for his future? Can he wrestle away snaps from Cody Kessler (and/or Brock Osweiler)?
The Cleveland Browns have been an overly negative story in Cleveland for years. We talk about them with Daryl Ruiter, who has been on the front lines for quite some time.
It’s a grab bag on a Friday as we try and make it to the actual actual weekend.
Without turning him into a franchise-saving quarterback, there’s quite a bit to be excited about with the Browns’ selection of Notre Dame’s Deshone Kizer.
The Cleveland Browns drafted Myles Garrett and then did a bunch of other things. Was it good? Was it bad? Was it a mix? We discuss it all.
The Cleveland Browns had a pretty wild first night of the 2017 NFL Draft. They played it for both the present and the future, but the quarterback question looms once again.
Holden Laurence is a talented guitar player for The Modern Electric, and he joins WFNY to discuss his new solo album, Wild Empty Promises.