When a reporter asks Brock Osweiler about his struggles with the Houston Texans, the best answer was probably not to tell anyone to go watch the unmitigated disaster that is on that film.
World news has been horrible as of late, but the NFL offered an improvement to one of the worst rules in sports.
The third first-round pick by the Cleveland Browns just so happens to look like a matchup nightmare for opposing defenses.
The Cleveland Browns offseason has seen talent come in from free agency, trades, and the NFL Draft. CBS Sports was impressed by the front office moves.
The Browns drafted Michigan’s do-everything Jabrill Peppers. So what can the Browns expect in their new safety? WFNY’s Joe Gilbert breaks down the film.
The Browns continue to fill holes with some value-based moves, adding cornerback Jason McCourty to a team-friendly deal.
The 2017 Cleveland Browns have four quarterbacks on the current roster, but head coach Hue Jackson has made second-year man Cody Kessler “king of the hill” for the moment.
The Cleveland Browns are not favored in any game, but are expected to improve on 1-15. Wait, what?
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert looks at the film of new Browns edge rusher Myles Garrett, focusing on the strengths and weaknesses of the No. 1 pick’s game.
ESPN’s Seth Wickersham wrote a feature about NFL teams valuing character in draft picks and there are few examples who demonstrate it better than DeShone Kizer.
DeShone Kizer slipped to the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft before the Cleveland Browns took him. Does slipping portend bad things for his future? Can he wrestle away snaps from Cody Kessler (and/or Brock Osweiler)?
The Cleveland Browns have been an overly negative story in Cleveland for years. We talk about them with Daryl Ruiter, who has been on the front lines for quite some time.
While he won’t say DeShonne Kizer will be the next Ben Roethlisberger, Browns head coach Hue Jackson is quick to point out the similar size and mobility of both.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert examines his ten bold predictions and his mock draft to determine how well he fared on predicting the 2017 NFL Draft.
Only one Cleveland Browns drafted rookie quarterback has not started a game since 1999. Sashi Brown looks to make DeShone Kizer the second.
Two Cleveland Browns undrafted free agent signees make a list of those who can make major waves.
Grading a draft directly afterwards is ridiculous. So, let’s grade the Cleveland Browns 2017 NFL Draft…
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert breaks down the Browns 2017 NFL Draft, giving his favorite pick, least favorite pick and other opinions on the big three day event.
Had the Browns stayed at 12, head coach Hue Jackson was all over Malik Hooker.
Sure, the draft was over several days ago, but for once, it’s kind of fun to talk about the Browns and their draft, so let’s keep the discussion going.