The Cleveland Browns offseason is complete and there is only one way to properly walk through it. That’s right, the 2017 edition of Rational! Conspiracy! or Snark!
Future Hall of Fame offensive tackle, Joe Thomas, and former New England Patriot linebacker, Jamie Collins, give the Cleveland Browns a presence on CBS list of Top 100 NFL players for 2017.
Kenny Britt and Kevin Zeitler love Cleveland and the Browns already. The Hue Jackson effect is in full force.
Jamie Collins says he re-signed with the Browns for one reason—not the 50 million reasons many would think.
NFL fans are obsessed with the salary cap, but NFL teams are likely equally obsessed with cash.
The Cleveland Browns front office made sure everyone know they are following The Plan. But, is that plan working?
Keeping your own is incredibly important in the NFL, and the Cleveland Browns started off 2017 right in retaining linebacker Jamie Collins.
Jamie Collins will be a member of the Cleveland Browns for the foreseeable future.
It’s Friday and we’re setting Cleveland Browns priorities for them.
The Cleveland Browns Gregg Williams is not afraid to employ every kind of defense imagineable as defensive coordinator.
With the hopes of 2017 being a better year for the Cleveland Browns, the WFNY staff hands out resolutions to throughout the Browns organization to help make that happen.
The last Cleveland Browns progress report of the season before the offseason begins. And, our first high score of the season.
The Cleveland Browns will have to make their debut on HBO’s Hard Knocks at some point, so why not this year?
Following an actual win, this week’s Progress Report discusses some actual, honest to God progress. Hallelujah!
The Cleveland Browns lost to the Cincinnati Bengals, but there was some progress. Notably Emmanual Ogbah had his best game of the year.
The Cleveland Browns have a lot of depth players getting snaps due to injury in a horrific 0-12 season. So, where to begin on figuring out which players to bring back for 2017? How about here.
Not much progress in the Week 11 Progress Report. If you can stomach reliving the Steelers game, this one is for you.
Cody Kessler was pulled for a variety of reasons last Thursday, but his shortcomings are not entirely his fault. WFNY looks at the variable that have led to Kessler’s short-pass rookie season.
The Browns were destroyed on national television, and we’re here to grade what (if any) progress they’ve made on their quest to rebuild the franchise.
Hue Jackson shot himself in the foot as the Cleveland Browns were manhandled by the Baltimore Ravens on national television. Here’s Week 10’s Winners and Losers.