Former Oregon Ducks standout Ifo Ekpre-Olomu says he is close to 100 percent and is looking forward to his return with the Cleveland Browns.
National Signing Day appears to have turned the tide, placing the Ohio State Buckeyes as the odds-on favorite to win it all this fall.
More rumors rumbling: Are the Cavs interested in the former Ohio State big man?
If it is a day in the week that ends with “Y”, chances are Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love is involved in trade rumors
The Ohio State Buckeyes have had their fair share of struggles this season, but managed to top both Northwestern and Rutgers.
With pitchers and catchers due to report to Spring Training February 17, the Cleveland Indians have signed yet another right-handed reliever. The team announced Friday that they have signed Tommy Hunter to a one-year deal. According to cleveland.com’s Paul Hoynes, the major league deal is worth $2 million. In November, the Indians reportedly expressed interest in
With as many as seven first-round picks in the queue, the Ohio State Buckeyes will send 14 to the 2016 NFL Combine.
With the NBA’s trade deadline looming, the Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly interested in a host of wings including Ben McLemore and Joe Johnson.
Duke Johnson’s 61 receptions were enough to garner him AFC North Rookie of the Year as decided by ESPN.com.
No. 23 comes in at No. 3 on ESPN’s list of the best all-time in the NBA.
The Ohio State Buckeyes men’s basketball team had another rough week thanks to the Wisconsin Badgers.
Brock Osweiler has been waiting in the wings with the Broncos. Could Hue Jackson lure him to Cleveland?
The Cleveland Indians announced Monday that they have signed right-handed reliever Craig Stammen to a minor league deal with an invitation to Spring Training. According to FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal, Stammen has a $1 million base salary, with $2 million worth of incentives if he makes the Indians, and his deal includes a March 25 opt-out if
You know things are bad when Charlie Sheen is offering to help, but Johnny Manziel has a host of supporters willing to take him under their wings.
With all focus turned to the NFL Draft, Browns head coach Hue Jackson met quarterback Paxton Lynch prior to the Super Bowl.
The Pancake Man is headed for Canton as Ohio State’s Orlando Pace will be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
While he might currently be a free agent, all signs point towards wide receiver Travis Benjamin returning to the Cleveland Browns in 2016 and beyond. On ProFootballTalk Live on Thursday, Benjamin reiterated the fact that he wants to remain with the Browns. “Hopefully, I can lock up before March.” On Wednesday, Benjamin’s agent, Ronald Butler,
Todd McShay has already switched his selection for the Cleveland Browns’ No. 2 pick in the upcoming NFL Draft.
The Browns appear to be in discussions with one of their key soon-to-be free agents.
Former Cleveland Indians pitcher Dennis Martinez is earning honors for his time with the Montreal Expos.