Joe Thomas took to the Thomahawk podcast to erase any doubt about the impact of cutting Joe Haden to the 2017 Cleveland Browns.
Yesterday we took a look at the Browns 53-man roster future. Now let’s compare it to the rest of the AFC North.
The NFL is an increasingly violent sport. At what point does it turn from fun to frightening, and are we already there?
Will the Browns win a game this season? Well WFNY’s Joe Gilbert takes you through the Browns final four games and gives his predictions for the end of the 2017 NFL season.
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.
WFNY’s Jeff Nomina talks about the Browns Week 1 loss: expectations, Kizer, the defense, and sneaks in a hot take about the controversial pass interference call on Jamar Taylor that likely swung the game in Pittsburgh’s favor.
There are no moral victories, but the Browns were just a field goal away from the presumptive AFC North champions. We’ll take it.
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
Joe Gerberry and Craig Lyndall joined Jeff Nomina to look at the roster cuts, the matchup against the Steelers, and what they expect from the Browns this season.
Your favorite Browns podcasters are here with the Week 1 Friday Fumble—in written form.
The Cleveland Browns have acquired wide receiver Sammie Coates and a 2019 seventh round pick from the Pittsburgh Steelers in exchange for a 2018 sixth round pick.
Week 17 epitomized the Cleveland Browns’ 2016 with missed opportunities turning a lead into an overtime loss. WFNY’s final film room of the regular season takes a look.
This was an epic Brownsy game. The Cleveland Browns lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 27-24, in overtime in the team’s season finale. The game had so many crazy moments for such a meaningless game at the end of the year. Quarterback Robert Griffin III led the Browns through the air, throwing for 232 yards, two
It is Steeler Week for the Cleveland Browns and it is also the end of 2016. The WFNY Staff discusses both.
The Steelers got to the Browns eight times last Sunday. WFNY examines who was to blame for each of the quarterback takedowns in their latest film room.
In their loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, the Cleveland Browns are below .500 for the first time as an organization.
The Cleveland Browns lost their eleventh game of the season, falling to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 24-9, at FirstEnergy Stadium on Sunday. The Browns had a chance to possibly earn their first win of the season, but their offense was unable to do much of anything against the Steelers defense. In the loss, the Browns were
Steelers week WFNY roundtable for the Cleveland Browns. Despite Pittsburgh being a mediocre team, the prognosis isn’t exactly sunny for the Browns.
The Cleveland Browns are staring at an 0-16 season, but WFNY looks at the potential games they could win between now and Week 17.
There are real sports on, so here’s why you probably shouldn’t bother with the Presidential debates.