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 2016 Cleveland Browns had an injury-filled year on the offensive line, so there are lots of players to discuss in the review. WFNY’s Joe Gilbert breaks them down.
The 2016 Cleveland Browns rookie class did not disappoint nor excite. They were merely “Meh.”
The last Cleveland Browns progress report of the season before the offseason begins. And, our first high score of the season.
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.
The Cleveland Browns used their sixth quarterback of the season on Sunday and the progress report is not so good.
Sound the Rookie Alert, WFNY is here analyzing the early returns on the 2016 Cleveland Browns rookie class.
The Cleveland Browns’ offensive line is in a huge flux after losing last season’s starting center Alex Mack and starting right tackle Mitchell Schwartz in free agency. The unit is still led by perennial All-Pro Joe Thomas, but a couple of the line positions are still major question marks going into the 2016 season. Currently, the
Snap reactions: An analytical look at the film of Cleveland Browns’ newest tackle, Auburn’s Shon Coleman.
Six draft picks signed, eight more to go.
Favorite pick, best fit, instant impact – Joe’s got all the senior yearbook categories covered.
The Browns high-character draft picks look to be aimed at (finally) creating a better Browns culture. Here’s a look at their Twitter reactions to being drafted.
The Browns have continued their busy Day 2 with the selection of OT Shon Coleman of Auburn with the No. 76 pick in the third round. The Browns needed a right tackle and it looks like they found one with this selection. He is a 6-foot-5, 307-pound tackle who played every game at left tackle the past