It’s looking like those free agency dollars were well spent.
Rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer is making a statement with his preparation and play in offseason work to be the Week 1 starter for the 2017 Cleveland Browns.
Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer is already taking first-team snaps (splitting with Cody Kessler). While he is giving off a humble tone, the coaches are not.
The Cleveland Browns have missed on a lot of things over the past few decades, but their recent signings make it seem like they’re finally understanding the value of middle-class NFL starters.
The Cleveland Browns offseason has seen talent come in from free agency, trades, and the NFL Draft. CBS Sports was impressed by the front office moves.
Only one Cleveland Browns drafted rookie quarterback has not started a game since 1999. Sashi Brown looks to make DeShone Kizer the second.
The Cleveland Browns drafted Myles Garrett and then did a bunch of other things. Was it good? Was it bad? Was it a mix? We discuss it all.
The Cleveland Browns had a pretty wild first night of the 2017 NFL Draft. They played it for both the present and the future, but the quarterback question looms once again.
Sashi Brown describes the upcoming NFL Draft as a step for the Browns to become like the rest of the AFC North. But does that plan involve a quarterback?
Tony Grossi wrote a ridiculous article for ESPN Cleveland. WFNY would like to offer a counter argument.
The Cleveland Browns are embarking on yet another important off-season. We caught up with Cleveland.com’s Dan Labbe to discuss all the biggest Browns topics.
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.
WFNY’s Craig Lyndall and Michael Bode discuss whether or not it mattered to the development of the Cleveland Browns that they won a game.
With the hopes of 2017 being a better year for the Cleveland Browns, the WFNY staff hands out resolutions to throughout the Browns organization to help make that happen.
While the Cleveland Browns went 1-15 and are officially on the clock for the NFL Draft, owner Jimmy Haslam says he won’t be making any changes this offseason.
Dave didn’t know what he was getting into with this Browns podcast. Craig ended up just yelling at him.
The Cleveland Browns look absolutely ridiculous having their name linked to moving training camp while they’re embroiled in one of the worst seasons in NFL history.