The Browns roster will see many changes in an important off-season ahead. Let’s take a look at what direction it can go. Yes, every single member of the Browns 53-man roster is addressed. A labor of love here.
The 0-10 Browns have some very good playmakers on offense, but Hue Jackson not only refuses to give them the ball at times, but has also decided to keep them on the sidelines as well. At this point, he has nothing to lose. Why not give some of your young players like Duke Johnson and David Njoku with a high ceiling more playing time.
Week two presented the down side of young quarterbacks in the NFL. That doesn’t mean all hope is lost, as both DeShone Kizer and Kevin Hogan both showed plenty of positive to work with.
Youth and potential is the name of the game in the Browns tight end unit. WFNY takes you inside the tight end group to examine what the position has going into the 2017 NFL season.
The Cleveland Browns had decent production from their tight end group, but each player proved themselves to be too one-dimensional.
The Cleveland Browns have a lot of depth players getting snaps due to injury in a horrific 0-12 season. So, where to begin on figuring out which players to bring back for 2017? How about here.
Can Big Play Gary Barnidge repeat his breakout season of 2015? The Cleveland Browns could surely benefit from it.
Over the last few weeks, I have examined the Cleveland Browns talented defense, position by position. On Tuesday I wrapped up the defense by looking at the defensive line. We will now shift over to the offensive side of the ball. I will first begin with the tight end and fullbacks on the roster. This
I have no idea if the players the Cleveland Browns selected two weeks ago are going to be any good. I don’t think most people do, really. It’s fun to follow these guys and to buy virtual stock in them in the days and weeks and months leading up to the draft, but who knows,
Grading a draft before the players have been to an OTA1 let alone been given the opportunity to demonstrate their abilities in games is largely panned as ridiculous. In fact, it is difficult to even judge rookies who may initially struggle on the field. 2014 draftees Justin Gilbert and Johnny Manziel may continue to struggle
After going back-to-back tight ends in the sixth round, the Cleveland Browns started a new streak with their second straight University of Southern California player. With the No. 219 pick in the seventh round, they selected USC inside linebacker Hayes Pullard. Pullard made national news earlier in the week by writing an open letter for
The Cleveland Browns drafted their second tight end of the sixth round with Randall Telfer from the University of Southern California with the No. 198 pick. Again, it’s not a sexy skill position pick like another wide receiver, but someone who will be useful for depth. Telfer is another valuable blocker, picked just after possible fullback/H-back Mississippi State’s