While Tyler Naquin’s offense in 2017 remains a question mark, ESPN predicts him to be the worst defensive center fielder in all of baseball.
The Browns fill needs at quarterback, pass rusher, hybrid safety, and cornerback in the latest seven round mock from Bleacher Report’s Brent Sobleski.
Your Cleveland Indians are ranked as the best team in MLB The Show 17. Here are all the individual players and where they fall compared to the rest of the game.
With Opening Day roughly two weeks away, the Cleveland Indians made a handful of roster moves.
Joe Thomas casts his vote for the top quarterback in this year’s draft class.
Nike says Kyrie Irving’s signature sneaker is the best selling basketball performance shoe on the market right now.
11 members of the Cleveland Indians participated in the World Baseball Classic. Andrew Miller’s United States squad won, but Francisco Lindor was the big winner throughout.
It’s like “Major League” but with a horrible ending.
Shooting 67 percent from the free throw line this season, LeBron James says that mark will improve come playoff time.
Sports Illustrated may not have picked the Indians to be on a cover, but they have Cleveland returning to the World Series in 2017.
NFL.com is running four separate mocks. Everyone agrees on who the Cleveland Browns will take No. 1 overall in the 2017 NFL Draft, but opinions diverage on the No. 12 selection.
Safety Tony Jefferson chose winning (the Ravens) over more money (the Browns). Do you blame him?
Myles Garrett is looking like a lock at No. 1, but ESPN’s Todd McShay gives the Cleveland Browns DeShaun Watson with the No. 12 pick in his latest mock draft.
Sporting News has the Cleveland Browns bolstering their linebacking corps alongside Myles Garrett and Deshaun Watson in their latest mock draft.
Saying no to the idea of Geno Smith as a member of the Cleveland Browns.
In the wake of Andrew Bogut’s injury, the Cleveland Cavaliers appear to be ready to sign once-estranged center Larry Sanders to a multi-year contract.
Terrelle Pryor is heading to D.C.
In the event extending Joel Bitonio and singing J.C. Tretter was not enough to quench your offensive line thirst, the Cleveland Browns just rolled a giant truck of money into the home of guard Kevin Zeitler, signing him to a five-year deal worth a reported $60 million with a mammoth $31.5 million guaranteed.
The NFL’s free agency period finds the Browns continuing to address the offensive side of the ball with a pair of O-line moves.
The Cleveland Browns sign Kenny Britt.