Could the Cleveland Browns still retain Terrelle Pryor despite the start of free agency? One analyst appears to think so.
The Cleveland Browns were one of four teams to schedule a private meeting with Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon one day prior to his pro day. It marks the first time NFL teams have had the ability to speak with the former Oklahoma Sooner. Mixon was not invited to the NFL Combine following the fallout
One day in to free agency and the Cleveland Browns are linked to a Harvard product in fullback Kyle Juszczyk.
Could the Andrew Bogut injury provide David Griffin with his toughest task yet?
The 2017 Cleveland Indians could use a healthy Michael Brantley, Jason Kipnis, Tyler Naquin, and Austin Jackson. Thus far, things are looking positive on that being a possibility.
After the Cleveland Browns decided to not place the franchise tag on wide receiver Terrelle Pryor ahead of last Wednesday’s deadline, the former Buckeye is set to become an unrestricted free agent on Tuesday when teams are permitted to begin negotiating with free agents and can begin signing them on Thursday at 4 p.m. ET.
The Cleveland Browns have no choice but to select Myles Garrett with the first-overall pick this spring.
The Cleveland Browns have decided to not place the franchise tag on wide receiver Terrelle Pryor and are now putting the ball firmly in the court of their most dynamic playmaker. The team let Wednesday’s tag-based deadline pass without using it on Pryor, but Sashi Brown stated signing Pryor “remains a priority,”1 and the team plans
Michael Brantley is still a wild card, but he’s taking swings in Arizona as the Indians continue to work though Spring Training.
The San Diego Tribune pre NFL Combine mock draft has the Cleveland Browns taking a Michigan man and three SEC players early in the 2017 NFL Draft.
A little less than one year after keeping Andrew Hawkins over Taylor Gabriel, the Cleveland Browns have decided to part ways with the veteran receiver. The team announced early Monday that it had terminated his contract.
Looks like Deron Williams isn’t the only player to be heading to Cleveland after a buyout.
The face of the Cleveland Indians is now the global face of New Balance’s baseball outfit.
Could the Cavaliers land a backup point guard without having to trade away any of their pieces? I would appear so.
What would the perfect draft look like for the Cleveland Browns? Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller weighs in.
Larry Sanders is in Cleveland for what’s being considered a “due diligence” workout with the Cavs.
USA TODAY’s Draft Wire has the Cleveland Browns going safety and quarterback in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft—in that order.
Cleveland Cavaliers guard Iman Shumpert is one of the more valuable assets the team could consider trading. Minnesota Timberwolves seem to be quite interested.
Though playing on his fifth team in six years, could Derrick Williams stick with the Cavs for the rest of the 2016-17 season?
ESPN’s FPI has the Ohio State Buckeyes football team ranked as the best in the entire country.