The Cleveland Browns have shipped running back Carlos Hyde to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Was that the smartest move? WFNY’s Craig Lyndall examines the move.
The Cleveland Indians continue to make the playoffs, but if they peaked in 2016 it might be one of the biggest disappointments in club history.
The Browns lost to the Chargers and it’s probably not that big of a deal. Sometimes even if the team won’t make excuses, you have to do it for them.
It’s entirely too early to be making some of the snap judgments #BrownsTwitter and surrounding fandom are making after a Week 1 tie.
The Browns are set to play the Steelers, but we’ve had enough of the game previews for now. Let’s talk about other stuff.
The Cleveland Browns might have lost Craig as a season ticket holder forever on November 6, 2016.
As the noise in sports media hits a fever pitch, what’s the reaction look like?
The Browns did what they had to do in preseason Game 1. Also, Manchester Orchestra is so good right now it’s unfair.
The Cleveland Browns are trying to erase the past. Antonio Callaway and the trade of Corey Coleman make it feel like we’ll never escape it.
You can call it a trade, but the Browns essentially cut Corey Coleman. Why, and was it a good move?
Tristan Thompson is reported to have punched Draymond Green? Let’s have a parade!
The Browns believe what they’re saying, but let’s talk about the likelihood of these storylines coming true.
There are no guarantees in life, but the Cavaliers did the best they could do to control their own destiny in re-signing Kevin Love.
Much like the rest of Josh Gordon’s career, there’s nothing to do right now but wait.
The Indians are investing in a team that’s worth it.
It’s Craig’s Friday edition of While We’re Waiting. We’re talking about Papa John’s the new MacBook Pro, and the World Cup.
Happy Holiday Week Friday everyone! It’s my day at the switches here, and I don’t really have many opinions. There are a lot of things I’m kind of working on, but nothing is really finished. So, here’s a grab bag of stuff. This week’s podcast with Nom was twitter free! These Ultra Ever-Dry videos are
If nobody cares about being a fan of an individual team will the NBA remain relevant forever?
The Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers are historical rivals. The Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers are newer rivals. Which rivalry is bigger?
If this is the end, LeBron James has left us better than we ever imagined we could be.