The Cleveland Browns are hoping that Bradley Chubb is still available with the fourth pick of the 2018 draft. If the Giants select him with the second pick, will the Browns take Saquan Barkley? WFNY’s Jim Pete takes a quick look what happens if Chubb isn’t available.
After bobbled situations with Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson, it’s time for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to stop pretending he can be judge and jury.
I can’t even begin to tell you everything that Chad Zumock (@chadzumock) and I discussed today on the podcast. Chad is an obvious veteran to talk radio and the conversation just flows. Here’s some of the stuff we discussed. Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson Roger Goodell and the NFL The Browns big win over the
Nobody is going to go out and try to claim that the NFL had a good week last week. Despite kicking off its season and having plenty of games to talk about, the talk in and around NFL football was dominated by Ray Rice, Roger Goodell, and eventually Adrian Peterson. Rice and Goodell were topics
With twelve minutes and twenty-four seconds left in the fourth quarter of a tie game against the Cleveland Browns, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson harnessed a hand-off from his quarterback, Christian Ponder, and took two quick strides forward, finding himself just inside of his left tackle, Matt Kalil. Peterson, widely considered to be one
As we all learned last year, the NFL running back position has been de-valued to a huge extent. Where the position was once dominated by some of the biggest names in the game from Walter Payton to Barry Sanders and Emmitt Smith. But now, it’s a passing league. The quarterbacks are kings and guys like
Browns fans are an optimistic bunch, at least collectively. When you add up the results of our survey, it yields a 9-7 prediction. (Game-by-game results are listed below.) That’s probably a bit too confident for my tastes. I’ve said all along that eight wins should be the goal for the team if they are able
Who caught your eye? Did someone stand out? Who blew it? That’s what were interested in this morning. Winners and losers. Just because your Cleveland Football Browns were given the week off doesn’t mean that we joined them. Plenty of football — both good and bad — to talk about, so let’s dig in… WINNER: Jabari
You can’t judge an NFL draft in the first year, let alone the day after when most grade letters are assigned. This year when we were talking about the draft, I made sure to look at the process and try and grade the team based on how well I think they maneuvered. In this case,
Every year the guessing and waiting starts to get unbearable as training camp approaches. NFL rookies are all waiting to see how they’re unofficially slotted on the pay scale. Their agents are crowing about giant contract numbers only to reveal the guaranteed amounts of money in small print a few paragraphs later. This year the
I wouldn’t even want to speculate about Jerome’s future with the team. Harrison has found himself in and out of favor with Eric Mangini all season long (mostly out). Even after his record setting performance last week, I do not think Mangini is ready to anoint him the Cleveland Browns feature back. But with Mangini’s
With the first rendition of Nike’s LeBron James Witness campaign gracing Cleveland for two seasons, many folks thought that the one that is currently displayed along Ontario Ave. would be replaced this season. Rumors swirled that a new version of the 10-story banner was to be hung within the last few days, but as it
Here it is boys and girls. The beginning of Cleveland’s 2009 season with Brady Quinn as the official starting quarterback comes against Brett Farve, Adrian Peterson and the rest of the visiting Minnesota Vikings. Stick around the site this afternoon as all of us will be joining in on the season opening fun in the