Conflict seems to rule the world, but it doesn’t have to be a bad thing.
Tony Grossi wrote a ridiculous article for ESPN Cleveland. WFNY would like to offer a counter argument.
The Cleveland Browns and Buffalo Bills have had quite an under the radar rivalry going. A recap of some of those, a look into this week’s matchup, and the crazy week in Browns football from the WFNY staff.
The Cleveland Browns miserable 2016 season is starting to show through the players frustrations to the media.
As we ready ourselves for another Cleveland Browns football season, it was interesting to see a picture that Darren Rovell of ESPN posted to Twitter. Rovell incorrectly states that it was 30 years ago “today” that Bernie Kosar started for the Browns, but it’s close enough for rock ‘n roll, as they say. Bernie started
Earlier today, WFNY’s Craig Lyndall wrote, “Everything we think we know about ‘NFL head coaches’ is based largely on generalizations rooted in mythical archetypes we’ve created.” Well, many of those mythical archetypes are based on the life and career of Paul Brown. It should come as no surprise that NFL Films announced that their “A Football
It really is the silly season. I had no idea that the Browns would have to make such a ludicrous statement today until they did. Alas, Ray Farmer has told the beat reporters that the Browns will not be trading Joe Haden. Relax #Browns fans: We are not trading Joe Haden, says GM Ray Farmer.
Scott Raab couldn’t be finished with the WFNY Podcast for 2013 after what happened over the weekend, so we decided to do one more in 2013. We touched on all of the obvious topics including… Scott Raab talking about the Browns Dumpster fire’s use in the mainstream Joe Banner and the ego that goes with
If you thought that 2012 was one crazy year in the world of Cleveland Sports, 2013 proved that there is rarely a dull moment. There were good times and bad, hirings and firings, wins and losses, and apperances in postseasons and courtrooms. As the year comes to a close, like we have done the last five
The Browns won, the Indians won and I also forced Scott to talk to us about his writing process. I just figure to have a writer of Scott’s stature on the podcast and not occasionally talk about the job of writing would be insane. He’s nice enough to put up with the topic on occasion.
I wanted to talk to Will Burge about life after WKNR and also the latest on the Cleveland Browns. It was a really nice chat about that and Master Pizza and everything else. Leaving WKNR Will Burge trying stand up comedy Stand up comedy is a writing gig more than a performance gig BleacherReport and
An anonymous email to Tony Rizzo of ESPN Cleveland WKNR claiming the Browns were (again) for sale has been directly disputed by current team owner Jimmy Haslam. Tony Grossi (also of WKNR) was able to get the exclusive word from Haslam, posted yesterday on their site. Grossi covered it pretty well asking the owner if
Peter Pattakos is a guy that many at WFNY have come to know over the years in person. He never shies away from controversy and he serves a rabid, loyal fanbase at his site Cleveland Frowns. There’s so much backdrop to Peter and his site that it makes what he does at his site somewhat
On Tuesday, Tony Grossi claimed Browns President Mike Holmgren “did the absolute minimum” while he was in charge in Cleveland. Today, Grossi is back on the attack– “Here’s a suggestion for a smart thing to happen: Immediately revoke Holmgren’s office, his lunch ticket and his parking space. His unforgivingly condescending farewell press conference, at which
During his usual Thursday news conference, Browns offensive coordinator Brad Childress was badgered with questions about the team’s run/pass imbalance thus far on the season. His answer to checking the balance of playcalling may surprise you: (On if seeing an imbalance in the run and pass in the first half affects how he calls the
Tony Grossi and ESPN Cleveland have a report indicating that Joe Haden and his agent attempted an appeal that I suggested just based on common sense. When the rumors swirled that Joe Haden was popped for Adderall in an off-season test, it seemed silly to treat it like a performance-enhancer such as a steroid or
Tony Grossi has been a different guy since jumping over to WKNR. I’ve said it a few times. I also said Pat Shurmur looked like a different guy before he shrunk back into the ugly cocoon of negativity and churlishness once the Browns sale was announced. I digress. Grossi seems to be enjoying his freedom
The Cleveland Browns are getting closer to draft day and so are the pundits who are attaching their names to mock drafts. Tony Grossi is going all out this season at his new home at WKNR and honestly I am buying a lot of his logic. In this latest version the Browns get Trent Richardson
Tony Grossi announced via his twitter feed that he will be leaving the Plain Dealer- “After more than 30 years, I am leaving the Plain Dealer. And thanks to Peyton Manning for stealing my thunder.” Grossi was of course removed from the Cleveland Browns beat earlier this year for a tweet about Browns owner Randy
While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sorry Bob, but this has a little Get off my lawn to it -“Why should a sportswriter who is covering, say, a basketball game,