Baker Mayfield’s near-perfect day leads this week’s edition of Winners and Losers.
Remember all those folks who said they couldn’t wait for LeBron to leave because it would be “less drama” in Cleveland? How’s that working out?
The Cleveland boys balled out, but just so happened to be representing the Kansas City Chiefs.
It’s starting to feel more like football season again as reports of infighting in Berea have surfaced following Hue Jackson’s bewildering comments following the Cleveland Browns’ latest overtime loss. While reports of the Haslam family being discouraged following yet another winnable game surfaced following the loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, reports on Sunday morning
Cavs reportedly fire the only head coach to win a championship in Cleveland over the last 54 years.
While the rest of the 1 p.m. teams are boarding the team buses, here are the Browns getting in another 10 minutes of work. And it’s almost always 10 minutes—it just feels like 30.
The investment in this event has been evident. The catch: Reports have began to circulate saying that talent is no longer on board with making the trip.
Better days are ahead. This was one to forget.
Will fans exhibit the patience needed for the next chapter of Cavaliers basketball?
Sometimes, being a “tough out” isn’t so bad.
The road to redemption begins Friday, and we can’t think of a better group of players for an entire city to rally around over the next month of play.
It sucks, and there is no shortage of blame to go around. Worse: The schedule doesn’t get much easier going forward.
WFNY took in the first Media Day to not have LeBron James in the last four seasons and provides you with the overarching vibe.
There’s no middle ground. If the Browns win, at home, against the New York Jets, Friday morning will include: The Browns’ losing/winless streak coming to an end The Browns winning said game at home Some angst about potentially being a functional kicker away from a 3-0 record The excitement of having a long week to
A placekicker leaves eight points on the table and the Cleveland Browns lose by three. Some things never change.
A pair of young defenders balling out of control and a quarterback who did little to distance himself from the competition: Your Cleveland Browns Week 1 Winners and Losers.
Of all the small forwards to train with LeBron James in UCLA, Cleveland’s own Cedi Osman got the call, but what can Cavs fans expect this coming season?
However this whole thing unfolds—the season, not the television series—will be one hell of a test case as fans throughout the NFL (not just in Cleveland) are captivated by what is taking place on their television sets.
On the court, James has influenced countless decisions, be it in the way fellow players structure contracts or how opposing teams create rosters in hopes of challenging him. In an era of immediate impact (read: returns), who will be willing to be the next individual — business owner, musician, movie star, or athlete — to follow in James’ footsteps off of it?
The Cleveland Cavaliers saw what transpired in 2010 and they were not about to let it happen again.