The Cleveland Browns have a talented duo at the running back position with Isaiah Crowell and Duke Johnson. WFNY previews them and the rest of the running back and fullback units for the upcoming 2017 season.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert ranks his top five draft-eligible running backs in advance of this year’s NFL Draft.
The 2016 Cleveland Browns were a mess in most every position. One of the bright spots was the running back group, who were not used as often as their talent dictated. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert reviews.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert examines the Browns running backs and fullbacks units going into the 2016 NFL season.
Will Zeke go back to showing the six-pack look in the NFL? He tops the Top 5 running backs here for the 2016 NFL Draft.
Looking at Duke, Crow, and what the Browns need to do to be better on the ground.
We have finally reached the beginning of the NFL season, with the first Browns training camp opening to the public on Thursday. Over the last few weeks, I have previewed each position of the Browns defense and started last week with the tight ends and fullbacks on offense. We now shift to the backfield to examine
We are under a week away from the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft. Over the course of the last few months or so, I have released my top five players at each position and also my top 20 prospects on my big board. Since then, I moved my focus to individual skills in the
We have finally reached April, meaning we are under a month from the 2015 NFL Draft. Over the last many weeks, I have been examining my top five players for each position in the 2015 NFL Draft. For today, we will take a look at the running back class. For reference, here were my top
The second day of on-field drills has come and gone in the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine. The quarterbacks, wide receivers, and running backs took the field on Saturday to show off their skills. These groups are always the flashy and most talked about groups of the Combine. This year was no different with the likes
Over the last few weeks, I have been reviewing and discussing the performance of the 2014 Cleveland Browns position by position. It was a tough season for the Cleveland Browns, falling in five straight games to end the season at 7-9. The team showed some glimpses of promise and some other areas of concern. So
The next positions that will be examined in our series, State of the Browns, are the running backs and fullbacks. The Cleveland Browns were sorely lacking in these positions last year causing a poor run game throughout the 2013 season. So, the Browns were in need of huge overhaul and influx of talent at the
League-wide free agency begins March 13th. The Browns have stated all along they prefer to build the team through the draft, but will take a look at the players available in free agency. Previously we looked at the receivers available. Then a glance at the linebackers. Next, we stared longingly at offensive tackles before finishing
Now that The Big Show Mike Holmgren has shored up his front office roster, it’s time for him–and for us–to look at the team’s roster. We’ve borrowed from the Department of Homeland Security and will be looking at each position group day by day, finishing with a roster upgrade ranking based on need. Check back