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.
Despite being 0-12, it appears that Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam has stopped his hiring-and-firing ways with reports of a team meeting taking place during the bye.
The Cleveland Browns are bad and at risk of losing more of their fans. Can they muster a win after the bye?
It’s often joked that Cleveland Browns fans are masochistic, but the real joke is the consistent hope for a better Browns future.
The Browns were destroyed on national television, and we’re here to grade what (if any) progress they’ve made on their quest to rebuild the franchise.
The Cleveland Browns organization is dedicated to the no shortcut rebuilding path they are on in 2016 regardless of the record.
The Browns are awful, but do you know anyone who wants the team to fire the coaching staff or front office?
Why is WFNY’s Michael Bode optimistic about the Cleveland Browns despite an 0-4 start to the season?
Former Browns quarterback Brady Quinn spoke about Notre Dame’s DeShone Kizer and how the turnover in Cleveland could potentially ruin him forever if he gets selected first overall.
Robert Griffin III is hurt. There’s no Johnny Manziel. Near-term hope for the Browns is officially dead, and that’s alright.
RG3 is out and it has reverberations all over Berea. We discuss it all from the Browns front office to Cody Kessler.
It’s just one game, but the Cleveland Browns look like a mess. WFNY attempts to read between the lines following their Week 1 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
There’s a heavy debate as to whether or not the Cleveland Browns are tanking. Any attempt to say otherwise is merely a debate of definitions.
The 2016 Cleveland Browns are a complete teardown effort, which was needed to build something useful for the future.
WFNY explores the main narratives surrounding the 2016 Cleveland Browns from three different points of view. Rational, conspiracy, and snark frame each of the answers.
Cody Kessler earned some high praise from Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson following rookie minicamp.