Cleveland sports and Ohio State are represented at the 2017 ESPYs.
Rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer is making a statement with his preparation and play in offseason work to be the Week 1 starter for the 2017 Cleveland Browns.
Rookie Jabrill Peppers is drawing some pretty lofty comparisons during his first run at OTAs.
New head coach Chris Holtmann is already seeing positive signs on the recruiting trail as the second best player in the state of Ohio flipped his commit to the Buckeyes and will be ready to help contribute.
Could Mr. Big Shot be the next Cavaliers’ front office head?
Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer is already taking first-team snaps (splitting with Cody Kessler). While he is giving off a humble tone, the coaches are not.
Ricardo Louis had a rookie season to forget in 2016. This year, he has a little more confidence.
Future Hall of Fame offensive tackle, Joe Thomas, and former New England Patriot linebacker, Jamie Collins, give the Cleveland Browns a presence on CBS list of Top 100 NFL players for 2017.
Kenny Britt and Kevin Zeitler love Cleveland and the Browns already. The Hue Jackson effect is in full force.
Next time one of you hot take-hurling friends talks about how Thomas doesn’t “have it” anymore, make sure to remind him of this otherworldly dominance, and tell him he’s not allowed to go to the imminent Hall of Fame induction.
The Cleveland Browns may have drafted TE David Njoku in the 2017 NFL Draft, but second-year TE Seth DeValve is making a name for himself in OTAs.
LeBron James is in Cleveland at least through the 2017-18 season, but will that be it?
Myles Garrett is showing off his burst and speed as the Cleveland Browns continue OTAs.
The Ohio State University Athletic Director Gene Smith announced on Monday that Thad Matta is no longer the head coach of the school’s basketball team, effective immediately. Earlier Monday, the school released a surprising statement that announced that Smith and Matta would have a joint press conference at 2 p.m. ET, but what it was
The Cleveland Browns rank dead last in the ESPN power index despite an impressive offseason and a bright outlook on their future.
The Kansas City Chiefs cut former star wide receiver Jeremy Maclin as the biggest name of the post-June 1 roster casualties. CBS Sports believes the Cleveland Browns have the best shot at landing him.
Cleveland Browns trade for former first-round pick Calvin Pryor.
Throw them pizza lunchables on the field.
Did Tyronn Lue really state that the Boston Celtics are harder to prepare for than the Golden State Warriors?
Joe Lacob somehow thinks his team winning this season confirms his feelings about last season. This guy.