Can you come up with 10 players on the Cleveland Browns worth building around? Better yet, can you get 10 voters to agree on a specific 10? The task is not an easy one, but WFNY undertook it.
The Cleveland Browns have more losers than winners from what wound up being a horrendous first half to the 2017 NFL season.
You can accuse Jimmy Haslam of many things, but being cheap as an NFL owner is not one of them. We explain the Browns cash year, despite the smaller cap year.
Current sports mood? Go out to eat with a coach? Follow a player off the field? Oh, and sure, we’ll force a Browns question. What is the WFNY Staff thinking about right now?
The Cleveland Browns have been executing a plan. Can you have a good plan and not believe in the planners? Can you switch planners in the middle?
Hue Jackson’s bumbling of the Browns’ quarterback situation has only been outdone by him bumbling the postgame press conference following the team’s most recent loss.
The Browns left much to be desired in a 33-17 loss to the Texans on the road. One of the biggest questions looming: Who will the lone winless team in the NFL start at quarterback next week against the Titans?
Cleveland Browns first overall pick Myles Garrett made his NFL debut on Sunday versus the New York Jets. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert takes a look at the film to present what he saw in Garrett’s NFL debut.
A slew of losers following the Browns’ Week 5 loss to the Jets, but it all starts at the top.
In seven words or less, please explain what you expect to see from the Browns on Sunday. Gerberry: Expect the unexpected…or worse. Gilbert: I have no idea with this team. Josh: Just don’t suck, please. Bode: Cannot lose to city which consumes Skyline. Dave: Please, don’t lose to the ginger Cleveland Browns offense versus Bengals defense What is
The boys from the Friday Fumble are back to get you clued into this week’s important Cleveland Browns news.
They may struggle to win more than four games in 2017, but Ben Roethlisberger sees plenty of good things ahead for the Browns as long as they continue to improve as they gain more experience.
The Cleveland Browns defense was impressive against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, especially the team’s run defense. But without Myles Garrett, the Browns struggled to get pressure on Ben Roethlisberger.
Browns fans couldn’t have been more disgusted with the beginning of the 2017 Cleveland Browns season, and that’s saying something superlative. The Pittsburgh Steelers forced a three-and-out and then blocked the punt and recovered it for a touchdown. No, this isn’t a Deadspin “Why Your Team Sucks” highlight reel. It’s simply the way the desperate-not-to-be-the-same-old-Browns
The Cleveland Browns enter Sunday ahead of the New England Patriots in the AFC playoff race. Here is what they need to do to stay there.
Your favorite Browns podcasters are here with the Week 1 Friday Fumble—in written form.
Browns No. 1 pick Myles Garrett injured his ankle and left practice early on Wednesday. According to cleveland.com’s Mary Kay Cabot, the team fears that the injury could be serious and cause him to miss the opener and possibly even longer.
The Cleveland Browns might have quite the defensive line in 2017 led by No. 1 overall pick, Myles Garrett.
Whether its dinosaurs or his freakish athleticism, the Browns and their fans probably have not seen a player quite like Myles Garrett.
Don’t look now, but your Cleveland Browns are 3-0 in the preseason.