Special guest Tim O’Connor shares why Week 17 matters for the Cleveland Browns
If you need something to binge over the holidays, make it this soccer docu-series. It’s a must-watch for Browns fans and has all the entertainment value of Hard Knocks.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert gives his thoughts on the areas of the Cleveland Browns that were the good, bad and ugly parts in their loss to the Houston Texans.
The Cleveland Browns lost to the Houston Texans in convincing fashion, but the game produced lessons, both good and bad, for the team and their fans.
The Texans showed the Browns what it looks like to be a Super Bowl contender. Throwing something different at Baker Mayfield, the rookie’s second half adjustments, and the blueprint the Browns need to emulate.
Cleveland against Hue Jackson. The fired head coach returns on the opposing sideline to take on the squad he led to three wins in just under three seasons.
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?
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
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.
Sometimes, being a “tough out” isn’t so bad.
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
The Cleveland Browns have decided to move on from wide receiver Josh Gordon.
Would the Cleveland Browns be wise to eschew the baby steps for quarterback Baker Mayfield and throw the rookie into the deep end by starting him?
Baker Mayfield took Colin Cowherd to task, but there was more to the interview than the two minute snippet, and check out Cobra Kai, it’s worth your time.
After a mediocre rookie season, Jabrill Peppers hopes he can turn things around with a new-look secondary in Year 2.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert gives his random Browns thoughts going into the start of free agency on Monday.
The hiring of Todd Haley as offensive coordinator and offensive play caller should help Hue Jackson and his overall coaching next season.
The names of potential offensive coordinators was growing as long as infamous the starting quarterback jersey, but the Cleveland Browns may have their man. According to Mary Kay Cabot of cleveland.com, “all signs” point to Haley as the team’s play caller for the 2018 season. Via Cabot: Todd Haley is trading in his Terrible Towel
ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. has the Browns drafting a quarterback at No. 1 overall, but his choice is bound to ruffle some feathers.
Sure, there are successful teams without a top-end quarterback, but why take the tougher path to prominence?