The NFL Draft is now just two days away. What should the Browns do with their picks? Use them? Trade them to move up? Trade down to acquire more future picks?
If you’ve seen or heard anyone panning the Browns’ recent moves, there’s a good chance they’re old.
I never thought I would ever find myself in a position to embrace a Cleveland Browns trade down, but here we are.
The Cleveland Browns front office made sure everyone know they are following The Plan. But, is that plan working?
The Cleveland Browns have a lot of work to do in the 2017 NFL Draft. The first task, however, is not to get worked.
What would be a Browns season without rumored power struggles and potential changes to the front office?
Dave didn’t know what he was getting into with this Browns podcast. Craig ended up just yelling at him.
The Cleveland Browns are bad and at risk of losing more of their fans. Can they muster a win after the bye?
It’s often joked that Cleveland Browns fans are masochistic, but the real joke is the consistent hope for a better Browns future.
The Browns were destroyed on national television, and we’re here to grade what (if any) progress they’ve made on their quest to rebuild the franchise.
The 2016 Cleveland Browns suck and they might still suck in 2017, but we all need to chill out about it and not get riled up by Jason La Canfora.
The Browns are awful, but do you know anyone who wants the team to fire the coaching staff or front office?
Robert Griffin III is hurt. There’s no Johnny Manziel. Near-term hope for the Browns is officially dead, and that’s alright.
WFNY explores the main narratives surrounding the 2016 Cleveland Browns from three different points of view. Rational, conspiracy, and snark frame each of the answers.
MMQB notes what the Cleveland Browns did at the 2016 NFL Draft has a historical context, comparing it to the 1989 draft of Jimmy Johnson.
Accurate, poised, and leader are among the words that can be used to describe Cody Kessler.
No mention if there were bonus points awarded to Danny Shelton by PFF for his lava-lavas.
ESPN The Magazine’s David Fleming penned a NFL Draft profile of Cleveland Browns’ biggest acquisition, Paul DePodesta: A genius hire made by a team traditionally unwilling to let those hires play out.
Paul DePodesta says the Cleveland Browns were the butt of many jokes at the NFL Combine, and that’s OK.
Alec Scheiner is following Ray Farmer out the door, but the Cleveland Browns are making it sound like he’s making the move.