WFNY’s Joe Gilbert and Jake Burns give their top five safeties and their overall thoughts of the safeties class in the 2018 NFL Draft.
With the Super Bowl come and gone, we are now officially in the 2018 NFL offseason. We are now in full fledge draft mode across the league. The 2018 NFL Draft is a monumental event for the future of the Cleveland Browns and which direction they go. The Browns hold the No. 1 and No. 4 overall picks in the draft and five picks in the first two rounds. So, the Browns have a chance to make a real move this offseason.
Cleveland has had two constants in the last 10 years: WFNY coverage of all sports and constant churn of Cleveland Browns quarterbacks.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert gives his grades and overall thoughts for the Cleveland Browns special teams unit and their performance in the 2017 season.
As they should be, all eyes are on the quarterback whenever you discuss an NFL team. The eyes that have been on the Cleveland Browns quarterback situation over the last few years have been burned out, replaced with glass ones, and had those melted as well. As such, the conversation on #BrownsTwitter quickly became about
The Browns 2017 Report Cards continue with a look at the safety position. The Browns will need better production from the young group in 2018.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert gives his 2017 season grades for the Browns cornerbacks unit.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert and Jake Burns give their top ten players to watch in this Saturday’s Senior Bowl.
The hiring of Todd Haley as offensive coordinator and offensive play caller should help Hue Jackson and his overall coaching next season.
A look back at the performance of the Browns linebackers in 2017 and what to expect this coming season.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert takes a look at the Cleveland Browns defensive end unit, giving his grades and overall thoughts on how the position performed in the 2017 NFL season.
The names of potential offensive coordinators was growing as long as infamous the starting quarterback jersey, but the Cleveland Browns may have their man. According to Mary Kay Cabot of cleveland.com, “all signs” point to Haley as the team’s play caller for the 2018 season. Via Cabot: Todd Haley is trading in his Terrible Towel
Hue Jackson is the first coach since Romeo Crennel to make it to a third season. He will have to change if he wants to make it to a fourth.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert and Jake Burns continues their examination of the 2018 NFL Draft by taking a look at the linebacker class in the upcoming draft.
A look at another strength of the 2017 Browns, the interior defensive line.
Joe Thomas took to the Thomahawk podcast to erase any doubt about the impact of cutting Joe Haden to the 2017 Cleveland Browns.
ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. has the Browns drafting a quarterback at No. 1 overall, but his choice is bound to ruffle some feathers.
Sure, there are successful teams without a top-end quarterback, but why take the tougher path to prominence?
WFNY continues its grading of the 2017 Browns season with Joe Gilbert giving his grade and thoughts on the Browns offensive line and their performance during the 2017 season.
Second year middle linebacker Joe Schobert is headed to the Pro Bowl, replacing Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier on the AFC roster.