100 episodes is a ton and WFNY is happy the Nail in the Coffin podcast released their century mark recording on our pages. Enjoy the discussion on the Cleveland Browns and Cavs within.
The 2018 Cleveland Browns will need a veteran quarterback to help nurture their youngsters. Hue Jackson has a history with A.J. McCarron and the team tried to acquire him at the trade deadline. So, is he the obvious fit?
When Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam fired Sashi Brown, he said that head coach Hue Jackson was safe and would keep his job for the 2018 season, too. It seems as though new general manager John Dorsey may have different plans. Let the fun begin!
We’ll likely never know for sure the exact reasons that Sashi Brown was fired, but his failures to build a team should top the list.
After a disappointing season, the Browns have decided to waive veteran wide receiver Kenny Britt.
Hue Jackson has said a lot over the course of two seasons as the Cleveland Browns head coach. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert has pulled 12 quotes that should really make Jimmy Haslam think if Jackson is worth saving.
The most experienced general manager candidate that was on the market, the Browns hired John Dorsey to be their new general manager following the firing of Sashi Brown. The former Kansas City GM will have final say over the roster and salary cap and brings tremendous talent evaluation to Cleveland. Now, he must prove how good of a talent acquisition guy, both in the NFL Draft and via trades, that he truly is.
The Cleveland Browns have terminated the contract of executive vice president of football operations Sashi Brown per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Hue Jackson doesn’t have a lot of defenders, but there’s a defense case to be made. Craig Lyndall attempts to make it in a comprehensive fashion.
The Browns roster will see many changes in an important off-season ahead. Let’s take a look at what direction it can go. Yes, every single member of the Browns 53-man roster is addressed. A labor of love here.
Josh Gordon returned to the playing field, but the rest of the Cleveland Browns were Cleveland Browns.
Josh Gordon’s return was highlighted by a few big plays, but so much more was left for the taking on Sunday.
The Browns saw more flashes on Sunday, but the result remained the same as they dropped their 12th game of the season against the Chargers.
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon has gotten a ton of discussion and articles written about him since NFL commissioner Roger Goodell reinstated his eligibility. Now that he is returning, are we any closer to knowing what to expect from him?
DeShone Kizer has every opportunity to prove his worth to the fan base with a full slate of weapons in the final five games of 2017.
Josh Gordon hasn’t played in a game since 2014. During those three years, the Browns have had a very hard time finding a legitimate wide out who can make plays on the outside. On Sunday, the Browns will have their star receiver back and will see what he still has left in the tank.
Four friends continued their Thanksgiving tradition of taking turns guessing the next season’s Week 1 starting quarterback for the Cleveland Browns. The possibilities are endless.
The kid looked good, but football is clearly a team-based activity.
The Browns continue their hunt for win number one, this week in Cincinnati as the Bengals look to keep their playoff hopes alive.
The 0-10 Browns have some very good playmakers on offense, but Hue Jackson not only refuses to give them the ball at times, but has also decided to keep them on the sidelines as well. At this point, he has nothing to lose. Why not give some of your young players like Duke Johnson and David Njoku with a high ceiling more playing time.