Zac Jackson talks about his move to The Athletic Cleveland and also recounts the moment where the Cleveland Browns broke him.
Edge rushers are going to come at a premium this offseason and the NFL Draft has a handful of quality at the top. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert digs in.
Happy Tuesday, WFNY! I hope everyone is well today, and I hope you all are still in contention in your NCAA brackets. Me? In a pool of 752 entries I am currently in 25th place (despite not watching any college basketball this season and not even knowing who the No. 1 seeds were until Wednesday
Safety Tony Jefferson chose winning (the Ravens) over more money (the Browns). Do you blame him?
Though the Browns appear set at inside linebacker, WFNY takes a look at some of the best in this year’s draft class.
Aaron Goldhammer of ESPN Cleveland sits down to discuss his career and the larger Cleveland sports media market.
The Cleveland Browns might or might not be interested in trading for Kirk Cousins, so Craig Lyndall and Michael Bode discuss reasoning behind such a trade.
Sporting News has the Cleveland Browns bolstering their linebacking corps alongside Myles Garrett and Deshaun Watson in their latest mock draft.
The 2017 NFL Draft is loaded with cornerbacks. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert gives the scouting report on his Top 5.
Saying no to the idea of Geno Smith as a member of the Cleveland Browns.
It didn’t have to be this way. The Cleveland Browns were largely correct about Terrelle Pryor’s value in the marketplace. How were they unable to get that to translate into a win-win deal for both him and the team?
If you’ve seen or heard anyone panning the Browns’ recent moves, there’s a good chance they’re old.
Craig Lyndall and Michael Bode discuss the Terrelle Pryor free agency fiasco.
Terrelle Pryor is heading to D.C.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert begins his 2017 NFL Draft coverage with a look at the top five safeties available in this year’s class.
Y’all can go to hell, WFNY is going to Texas for all of the early picks for the Cleveland Browns in the 2017 NFL Draft.
The Cleveland Browns have made an NBA-esque trade in acquiring Brock Osweiler and a second-round pick from the Texans.
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.