The 2016 Cleveland Browns rookie class did not live up to expectations or even what the average rookie from their drafted positions would accomplish.
The 2016 Cleveland Browns banked on tons of youth and potential at the wide receiver group. Some of it paid off, but much did not. The team is left to figure out what they need to do moving forward.
The 2016 Cleveland Browns rookie class did not disappoint nor excite. They were merely “Meh.”
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.
The 2016 Cleveland Browns wide receiver group is filled with youth and potential. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert breaks down the unit player by player.
Six draft picks signed, eight more to go.
The Browns high-character draft picks look to be aimed at (finally) creating a better Browns culture. Here’s a look at their Twitter reactions to being drafted.
Wide receivers? Well, the Cleveland Browns finally picked a bunch in the 2016 NFL Draft.
With their first pick of the fifth round, No. 154, the Browns selected WR Jordan Payton. Payton is a 6-foot-1, 207-pound junior receiver from UCLA. In 13 games last season, he posted 78 receptions for 1,105 yards and five touchdowns. The receiver is the all-time receptions leader at UCLA, catching 201 passes in his career. He