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The Cleveland Browns went 0-16. Scott Raab joins the podcast to talk about it.
It’s Friday and we have a little bit of WFNY site news for you. Welcome the Cleveland sports podcast The Nail in the Coffin to WFNY!
The Indians reportedly offered Francisco Lindor $100 million this offseason—and he declined. WFNY discusses the next steps.
WFNY and RJ. Believe that.
Why “Road Trippin'” is a must-listen for any fan of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Katie Nolan talks Cavs, Indians Opening Day draws near, and the CIFF is in town. What’s not to like?
What do Justin Bieber, Master of None and Season 2 of Serial Have in common? They’re all referenced in today’s While We’re Waiting…
Cleveland Cavaliers forward and lifetime contract-signer LeBron James is the latest subject of Nike Basketball’s “Prototype” podcast series.
Kyrie’s done some growing up. He talks about it all with Adrian Wojnarowski.
Dave and Andrew break down the Browns’ loss to the Broncos in overtime.
Johnny Manziel is back in the news for the wrong reasons.
Dave Sterling is back on the WFNY podcast with Craig. Not a solo podcast. Rejoice. Here’s what we talked about. Click here for the MP3 direct download. If you want to launch a podcast, this is a podcast gear guide I put together. Peyton Hillis saying the Browns lied to him Dead jerseys at the
It’s Monday, you guys. Here’s to it being a happy one. If you’re a fan of the Carolina Panthers, Pittsburgh Steelers, or Green Bay Packers, however, you’ve likely had better ones. In the event you spent the weekend in a windowless bomb shelter, Packers All-Pro wide receiver Jordy Nelson will miss the rest of the
Mike Burgermeister of 603Brown.com joined me to talk about the Browns latest loss to the Buffalo Bills. Brian Hoyer looked horrendous, Mike Pettine made the move to Johnny Manziel and the rest is history. But, what does that all mean for next Sunday against the Colts? The matchup with the Colts is a good one
Dave Sterling (@dimoko) joined me to talk about all the sports iinactivity. The Browns are on their bye. The Tribe said goodbye for the year. The Cavs haven’t started yet. We talked about fun stuff like ceiling fans. Bye week activities Life without a QB controversy Judging the Indians differently Browns dysfunction isn’t a defense
Once upon a time this podcast would have been called a “commenter interview,” but Kanicki started a great site. Craig and Mike Burgermeister (@jimkanicki) talked about lots of things from the Cleveland Browns to Soccer and the UFC. If you want to get in on the Cheddar Bay competition this year, please go to the
In the latest of our episodes discussing music, Craig and Andrew decided to take some time to talk about our favorite albums of all time. As always, these are just our own personal picks and not so much a declaration of the universal best albums of all time. With that in mind, we thus implore
Craig is in Boston this weekend for the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, but that didn’t stop him from calling me up for another podcast episode. Admittedly, I like most of my fellow WFNY writers are pretty envious that Craig is lucky enough to take in this impressive and prestigious sports media conference in person,
First off, a warning. This is not a sports podcast. However, with things being kind of quiet in the sports world right now (it’s not like there’s a big game this weekend or anything, right?), and it being the weekend and all, Craig and I decided to try something a little different. One of both