As they should be, all eyes are on the quarterback whenever you discuss an NFL team. The eyes that have been on the Cleveland Browns quarterback situation over the last few years have been burned out, replaced with glass ones, and had those melted as well. As such, the conversation on #BrownsTwitter quickly became about
How well did the Cleveland Browns wide receivers play in the 2017 NFL season? WFNY’s Joe Gilbert gives out his 2017 season grades for the Browns wide receivers.
The fact that Joe Thomas saw his consecutive snap streak end and it may barely rank in the top 10 things that went wrong in 2017 tells you all you need to know.
The Browns roster will see many changes in an important off-season ahead. Let’s take a look at what direction it can go. Yes, every single member of the Browns 53-man roster is addressed. A labor of love here.
DeShone Kizer has every opportunity to prove his worth to the fan base with a full slate of weapons in the final five games of 2017.
With it being a time to give thanks, WFNY’s Joe Gilbert tells us what he is thankful for on the Cleveland Browns. Even with all the losing, there are some things Gilbert is thankful for about the team.
The 2017 Cleveland Browns have a major issue at the wide receiver position. Here is how the problem got so bad.
The Cleveland Browns suffered a big loss in the passing game as wide receiver Corey Coleman’s hand is confired to have been broken.
DeShone Kizer showed his worth in week one. While there are a plethora of things he could have done better, the good far outweighs the bad for the Browns young signal-caller.
Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson was unhappy with Kenny Britt’s drop in Week 1 and he noted that his starting role is not secure.
The Cleveland Browns 2016 draft class is the foundation of the 2017 team. DeShone Kizer takes the early lead in the rookie quarterback department over Deshaun Watson. The Cleveland Indians win No. 18 in a row despite the constant injuries hitting the team.
Browns fans couldn’t have been more disgusted with the beginning of the 2017 Cleveland Browns season, and that’s saying something superlative. The Pittsburgh Steelers forced a three-and-out and then blocked the punt and recovered it for a touchdown. No, this isn’t a Deadspin “Why Your Team Sucks” highlight reel. It’s simply the way the desperate-not-to-be-the-same-old-Browns
The Cleveland Browns enter Sunday ahead of the New England Patriots in the AFC playoff race. Here is what they need to do to stay there.
If the Browns want to have success this season, both DeShone Kizer and Corey Coleman will most likely have to play very well. While both are still young, the two seem to have a special bond that continues to grow, one that will hopefully translate to success on the field as well.
The Cleveland Browns played the dress rehearsal preseason game and mostly passed the test.
Preseason Week 3 is upon us, which means the NFL is in the dress rehearsal stage. DeShone Kizer and the offense of the Cleveland Browns has one more chance to tune for the opening game matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Cleveland Browns won’t be a playoff team in 2017, but that doesn’t mean fans cannot be optimistic about the product they will get to see on the field or the direction of the franchise.
The Cleveland Browns wide receiver unit is one of the more interesting positions to follow this season. WFNY takes a look at the unit and previews the Browns wide receivers for 2017 NFL season.
At pick No. 1 overall in the 2017 NFL Draft, there is only Myles (Garrett) for the Cleveland Browns. We hope.
The 2016 Cleveland Browns rookie class did not live up to expectations or even what the average rookie from their drafted positions would accomplish.