NFL.com’s Daniel Jeremiah’s latest Top 50 draft prospects, he has a pair of Buckeyes listed in his top three in Malik Hooker and Marshon Lattimore.
Following his play in the National Championship, WFNY asks if Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson is worthy of the No. 1 pick in the upcoming NFL Draft.
The Cleveland Browns are rumored to be in on potentially acquiring quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. WFNY debates the cost and merits of adding the Patriot’s QB.
While the Cleveland Browns went 1-15 and are officially on the clock for the NFL Draft, owner Jimmy Haslam says he won’t be making any changes this offseason.
While Myles Garrett may be the consensus top pass-rusher in the NFL Draft, ESPN’s Todd McShay think the Cleveland Browns go a different direction.
Don’t normalize the Browns moving training camp to Columbus or a game to London. It’s not alright.
The Cleveland Browns are currently in position to draft the top player in 2016, and it appears Myles Garrett could be that guy.
Could North Carolina’s Mitch Trubisky have a Cleveland homecoming?
With an injury sustained by Cleveland Browns quarterback Robert Griffin III, some in Berea feel that the change will allow the team to focus on the future.
There’s a heavy debate as to whether or not the Cleveland Browns are tanking. Any attempt to say otherwise is merely a debate of definitions.
The glass is half full this morning as WFNY looks at all of the positive things going on with the 2016 Cleveland Browns.
Though free agency dug them in a hole, ESPN’s Bill Barnwell gives the Cleveland Browns an A- for their offseason work largely thanks to the NFL Draft.
The NFL Draft is complete, but the Cleveland Browns are still adding players with the signing of 11 undrafted free agents.
Beer. Wind. Football. A Cleveland fan’s dispatch of his voyage to Chicago’s Draft Town for the weekend-long 2016 NFL Draft.
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 the 2016 NFL Draft in the rear view mirror, the folks at WFNY discuss the highs and lows of the Cleveland Browns’ 14 newest players.
Yell “O-H” at a NFL game this fall and there will be plenty of players to yell back “I-O” to you from the field of play.
A look at WFNY’s coverage of the Browns in the NFL Draft, the Cavs’ chemistry headed into the second round, and a quick review of Drake’s “Views.”
The Cleveland Browns continued addressing needs in the NFL Draft on Saturday, selecting Baylor’s Spencer Drango with pick No. 168.