The Cleveland Browns might or might not be interested in trading for Kirk Cousins, so Craig Lyndall and Michael Bode discuss reasoning behind such a trade.
It didn’t have to be this way. The Cleveland Browns were largely correct about Terrelle Pryor’s value in the marketplace. How were they unable to get that to translate into a win-win deal for both him and the team?
Turnovers cost games. That was the case on Sunday. The Browns fell to the Washington Redskins 31-20 on the road after leading 20-17 after three quarters. The Browns suffered three straight turnovers, starting with a fumble late in the third quarter, cementing the team’s fate. The Browns were led through the air by quarterback Cody
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Terrelle Pryor catches his first touchdown pass and busts out LeBron James’ “silencer” as a celebration.
The Cleveland Browns take on the Washington Redskins in Week 4 and you need to know a thing or two about that team from D.C.
The Cleveland Browns have yet another combination for the 2016 season, opting for white on white for Week 4.
The Cleveland Browns have been a little quiet lately, but this time of year there’s no such thing as “too quiet.”
The Cleveland Browns aren’t interested in Colin Kaepernick “at this time.”
The Browns lost the preseason opener against Washington, and that’s fine — the preseason is less about winning and more about getting up to speed and figuring out who can really play. (And to a lesser extent, it’s about seeing how those new uniforms look.) To that end, Pro Football Focus released its top five graded players
Redskins 20, Browns 17 There are not a great many conclusions the fan/non-professional observer can reach after watching a first exhibition game of the season. To begin with, the final score means next to nothing. And several of the players expected to be starters once the regular season begins are either not playing very much
Johnny Manziel completed 7 of his 11 passes and ran for a touchdown in the Browns’ 20-17 loss to the Washington Redskins in the team’s first preseason contest, playing all of the second quarter and bits of the first and third. He only threw for 42 yards, he took a sack, and he fumbled once
The much anticipated Monday Night Football game was not a fun one to watch as the Browns lost to the Washington Redskins 24-23. The main focus by most fans was on the quarterback competition between Brian Hoyer and Johnny Manziel, but they did not see much from either quarterback. Both QBs were underwhelming and played like
With one game in the books, the Browns learned some good things (Joel Bitonio, Chris Kirksey, John Hughes all looked great), some bad things (May God help us if we have to play any backup offensive lineman), and took one step closer to deciding on a quarterback. On Tuesday, after Monday night’s game against the
I’ve been keeping up with a lot of the news around the NFL and the Redskins team name because it’s all a part of the cultural shift that I’m positive will end up impacting the Cleveland Indians’ mascot, Chief Wahoo. Today, Dan Snyder’s football team seems to have lost a big battle in his efforts
There was a time when “people” (presumably Washington) were rumor mongering about what kind of trade value Kirk Cousins had during this draft season. At one point, I heard mumblings here and there on Twitter and on the radio about the Browns’ first round draft choice that they received from the Colts. Of course, I
This morning while on my exercise bike I watched as Mike and Mike resurrected the talks about the Cleveland Browns trading their second first round draft pick (#26) to the Washington for Kirk Cousins. Seems like a really splendid plan for Washington, but I can’t say I’m particularly interested from a Browns perspective. I get
Colt McCoy wasn’t out of work long. The former Browns quarterback has never been able to find tons of success in the NFL, but the backup QB game isn’t so bad. Brandon Weeden, Jason Campbell, Derek Anderson, Colt McCoy? All of them have been able to find rosters at least for this year’s training camp.
The headline of this post is a bit tongue-in-cheek. We might never find out if the Browns were truly “aggressively” pursuing DeSean Jackson. What we do know is that Jackson’s agent was aggressively pursuing a deal for his client and according to reports this morning, he found a deal in Washington. Darren Heitner of Forbes.com
It’s not going away. I’m speaking of the conversation about Chief Wahoo. We’ve talked about it here. It’s been talked about many other places as well. It’s not going to go away until the Chief goes away for good. Love it or hate it, that seems to be the inevitable truth. Now the Cleveland Plain