The 10-year-olds for Tressel are back with another message for the Cleveland Browns, complete with lists, OMAHA, and sage advice from their elders. For those who missed the first installment, head over to WFNY’s Facebook page.
In a recent appearance on FOX Sports 1’s “FOX Football Daily,” former Cleveland Browns linebacker discussed the state of Berea and the fans who are impacted by each decision made within it’s confines. In the wake of the open letter penned by Browns owner Jimmy Haslam and the firing of head coach Rob Chudzinski, Fujita
Though he rocks the No. 41 with the Cleveland Indians, Tribe catcher-turned-third baseman Carlos Santana appears to be wearing No. 107 as he plays in the Dominican Winter League. The image above, from fiebredeportiva.com, depicts the Indians’ slugger as wearing the ever-elusive three-digit jersey number. On the potential position change for the long-time catcher, Santana
The Davone Bess story isn’t all that important, but man is it strangely entertaining. This video taken as Bess was walking away from jail includes a lot of non-answers, until someone asks him about the “weed tweets.” Bess replies, “ask Brandon Weeden. I don’t know.” The quote is at about 1:20 of the video. Did
Denny continues to be a doting father and Jon came in to do some podcasting. We talked about a lot of random things. WFNY going viral with Mike Pettine’s daughter’s tweet Baby photos and storage Owning the IT solution vs getting the job done Reading the instructions helps a lot The genius bar and putting
When the Browns sent out a letter to the fans yesterday, there were varied reactions. There was nothing “varied” about Keith Olbermann’s take on the video. While he did acknowledge that it was a polite letter, he thought it basically served to tell Browns fans to “shut up” about the ongoing head coaching search. See
Dave Bryan from Steelers Depot (@SteelersDepot) is one of the best podcast guests we have. He’s super knowledgable, and is always great at breaking down what’s happening without the rose-colored glasses. Dave Bryan and not being a homer for the Steelers Is there ever a justification for firing a coach after one year? Brian Hoyer
Cleveland Indians relief pitcher Vinnie Pestano was picking up a few items at his neighborhood Wal Mart and stumbled upon what would ultimately be the newest addition to his home. The bonus: He took all of his Twitter followers along for the ride.
– Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam’s open letter to season ticket holders, sent on January 15, 2014.
Today I wanted to talk about the national and local perspective of the Cavs and the Browns. It feels so paranoid, angry and negative locally, but that also can sometimes feel accurate. In various cases, that perspective is backed up nationally. So what’s the right perspective? I talked to Cleveland Scene’s new owner Andrew Zelman
While Denny is still taking care of his adorable baby in her first days, Brian Spaeth (@BrianSpaeth) and Ben Cox (@WFNYBen) stepped up to help out with the Casual Friday podcast. So, naturally we talked about sports and movies. The Wolf of Wall Street discussion with Brian Spaeth and Ben Cox Telling the story of
Like it or not, Johnny Manziel is news for Cleveland Browns fans until such time as he’s not officially an option for them in the upcoming NFL draft. So, as we move ever closer to that fateful weekend, I’m sure a lot of us will be watching various highlight compilations of many of the available
There’s a GIF (pronounced Jiff) going viral right now where Dwyane Wade catches the basketball and takes seven steps without dribbling. It is kind of sad for the NBA, but funny at the same time. Because this is the modern world and the Internet exists, it is starting to take on even more new lives.
I was very happy that Marla Ridenour was willing to come on the podcast today. She’s always a great read, but her work has been particularly noteworthy in her coverage of the Browns since they decided to fire Rob Chudzinksi. She’s pulled no punches as she put Joe Banner and Michael Lombardi on notice. We
I wanted to catch up with Dan Parker to talk about the Browns, music and other stuff. Pictures of thermometers Regardless of if the Browns made the right move, they embarrassed themselves The Rob Chudzinski rumors and when you finally believed it How much of the Chud firing was the “pissed off billionaire” ethic? Could
This turned out to be a wholly depressing podcast where Ben talked down the idea of bringing in Pau Gasol because there’s just no means to an end with what the Cavaliers have put together. At least that’s how it felt on January 6th, 2014. Ragging on Josh Flagner to start the podcast Is Andrew
David O. Russell hasn’t done much wrong in his career, and American Hustle certainly won’t do anything to change that reputation. His 70’s gangster con flick has enough twists, turns and looks so good that it can’t possibly hurt his already impressive résumé. Russell follows up 2012’s Silver Linings Playbook with a film that might
First week in a long time without Scott Raab. First pinch hitter out of the gate was Andrew. We spent some time talking about the Browns and all their maneuvers along with how quiet it has generally been about Davone Bess. ————————- Scott’s post on Davone Bess is an interesting place to start. – why
You will think the video is broken for about the first minute, but fear not. The highlights are crystal clear thereafter. Now watch and enjoy one of the only good things that happened for the Cleveland Browns all season. [Also Read: Jimmy Haslam and Johnny Manziel: A match made in the south]
Though the Cavaliers would fall victim to the last-second, friendly rim heroics of Jeff Teague and the Atlanta Hawks, the entire 58 minutes of basketball was full an incredibly entertaining duel of young, electric point guards with him and Cleveland’s Kyrie Irving leading the way. Earlier this month, it was Irving and Portland’s Damian Lillard