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 offseason is complete and there is only one way to properly walk through it. That’s right, the 2017 edition of Rational! Conspiracy! or Snark!
The Cleveland Browns may have drafted TE David Njoku in the 2017 NFL Draft, but second-year TE Seth DeValve is making a name for himself in OTAs.
The 2016 Cleveland Browns rookie class did not live up to expectations or even what the average rookie from their drafted positions would accomplish.
The Cleveland Browns had decent production from their tight end group, but each player proved themselves to be too one-dimensional.
The 2016 Cleveland Browns rookie class did not disappoint nor excite. They were merely “Meh.”
Following an actual win, this week’s Progress Report discusses some actual, honest to God progress. Hallelujah!
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.
Sound the Rookie Alert, WFNY is here analyzing the early returns on the 2016 Cleveland Browns rookie class.
Can Big Play Gary Barnidge repeat his breakout season of 2015? The Cleveland Browns could surely benefit from it.
The Browns took TE Seth DeValve with their fourth and final pick of the fourth round, pick No. 138. DeValve is a 6-foot-4, 245-pound senior tight end from Princeton. In just six games last season, he caught 33 passes for 337 yards and one touchdown. He is an athletic player who ran a 4.68 second 40-yard dash,