Life comes at you fast. Less than 12 hours after he welcome David Njoku to the tight end room, Gary Barnidge has been made aware of his release from the Cleveland Browns. A bit of a shocker, the Browns traded up on Thursday night, jumping ahead of the Pittsburgh Steelers to take Njoku. While many felt
Though there was plenty of smoke surrounding Mitchell Trubisky, the Cleveland Browns selected the highest-ranked player on WFNY”s board in Myles Garrett.
In the 11th hour, both Todd McShay and Mel Kiper have pegged the Cleveland Browns with Mitch Trubisky at No. 1.
Add Warren Sapp to the list of analysts who do not think Myles Garrett is worth the No. 1 pick in this year’s draft.
Sashi Brown describes the upcoming NFL Draft as a step for the Browns to become like the rest of the AFC North. But does that plan involve a quarterback?
Cleveland wide receiver Josh Gordon posts anti-Browns imagery to Snapchat before deleting it and blaming those who reposted them. Is he done with the team?
Tony Grossi wrote a ridiculous article for ESPN Cleveland. WFNY would like to offer a counter argument.
Josh Gordon continues to work out in anticipation of playing once again. Why shouldn’t it be with the Cleveland Browns?
Joe Thomas has weighed in on Colin Kaepernick and the Browns still don’t have a quarterback. Why wouldn’t they be interested in him?
Joe Thomas casts his vote for the top quarterback in this year’s draft class.
NFL.com is running four separate mocks. Everyone agrees on who the Cleveland Browns will take No. 1 overall in the 2017 NFL Draft, but opinions diverage on the No. 12 selection.
Safety Tony Jefferson chose winning (the Ravens) over more money (the Browns). Do you blame him?
Myles Garrett is looking like a lock at No. 1, but ESPN’s Todd McShay gives the Cleveland Browns DeShaun Watson with the No. 12 pick in his latest mock draft.
If you’ve seen or heard anyone panning the Browns’ recent moves, there’s a good chance they’re old.
Terrelle Pryor is heading to D.C.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert begins his 2017 NFL Draft coverage with a look at the top five safeties available in this year’s class.
In the event extending Joel Bitonio and singing J.C. Tretter was not enough to quench your offensive line thirst, the Cleveland Browns just rolled a giant truck of money into the home of guard Kevin Zeitler, signing him to a five-year deal worth a reported $60 million with a mammoth $31.5 million guaranteed.
The NFL’s free agency period finds the Browns continuing to address the offensive side of the ball with a pair of O-line moves.
Could the Cleveland Browns still retain Terrelle Pryor despite the start of free agency? One analyst appears to think so.