We saw it coming, didn’t we? Less than a week after being released by the Cleveland Browns, wide receiver Kenny Britt has signed a two-year deal with the New England Patriots. Kenny Britt, Super Bowl MVP has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it?
The Browns failed in preparation and execution of the defensive game plan against the Packers on Sunday.
Well, that’s certainly one way to lose a game.
It’s not the drugs. It’s not the alcohol. It’s not the vivid depiction of gang-related activities. It’s the people.
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.
Jimmy Haslam wants Peyton Manning, but it could be at quite the cost.
How is it possible the Browns played their best game of the season and still lost by 14? We discuss the Winners and Losers from Week 10.
Can we get this kid a new uniform? Stock images depend on it.
The Cleveland Browns have more losers than winners from what wound up being a horrendous first half to the 2017 NFL season.
In the event you thought an 0-8 record coupled with multiple quarterback changes and outright lying about sending text messages to would-have-been quarterbacks at the NFL Draft was going to be the signature moment of the Cleveland Browns’ 2017 season well do we have news for you: It got worse. As if missing out on
The Browns trading for T.Y. Hilton is not only a possibility, it should be a necessity.
The San Francisco 49ers acquired Jimmy Garoppolo for a second-round pick, and it immediately became a Cleveland Browns story.
Since the Cleveland Browns have decided that being 1-23 over the last two seasons is great for fan morale, I’ve done my best to make sure that the entire regular season is about me. I’ve tailgated many times, but have not paid for a ticket. I’ve purchased apparel, but only because some of the new
Maybe the Cleveland Browns would be better off with someone better as head coach, but it’s also too late for that.
The Cleveland Browns and Tennessee Titans went toe to toe in Week 7. Literally.
The Brows could be without No. 73 for the rest of the season.
Just when you think things couldn’t get much worse…
Hue Jackson’s “ride or die” with DeShone Kizer lasted all of five weeks.
Troubled Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon is the subject of a 13-minute documentary put together by UNINTERRUPTED.