Damarious Randall has put the rest of the AFC North on notice and wants to remain in Cleveland as long as he’s in the NFL, hoping to finish his career with the Browns.
No longer in playoff contention, the Browns still believe they have plenty to play for in Baltimore on Sunday, including keeping the Ravens out of the postseason.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert ranks the players he believes are the cornerstone players for the Cleveland Browns.
The Browns defense is beyond legit and, in the “Uh-oh; Happy learned how to putt” voice, they also happen to have a quarterback, and he’s damn good.
WFNY’s Josh Poloha missed being able to watch the Browns during their bye week this past Sunday. Did you?
The 2018 Cleveland Browns have looked competent and competitive throughout the season. That is, until a Week 6 tilt against the Los Angeles Chargers demonstrated how much work there is left to do.
The Cleveland Browns take on the Baltimore Ravens as the Browns attempt to climb back to .500 on the 2018 season.
Terrence Mitchell had been playing very well this season for the Cleveland Browns before a broken forearm derailed his season. Who is next up in the revamped secondary?
The Cleveland Browns lost a heartbreaker to the Raiders in Oakland. WFNY’s Kyle Kelly is back with Quick Hits and More to recap some of the game.
Week 4 is a chance for the Cleveland Browns to go above .500 but they will need to beat the Oakland Raiders in the Black Hole to do so.
The Browns have been playing inspired ball on defense, but do they have the best defense in the NFL? WFNY’s Joe Gerberry says not so fast.
After a big overhaul this past offseason, the Cleveland Browns’ secondary has led an improved pass defense through three weeks.
WFNY’s Monday Morning Quick Hits and More from Kyle Kelly is back after a heartbreaking loss to the New Orleans Saints by the Browns, 21-18.
The biggest Week 2 preview you will find is here at WFNY. Kyle Kelly brings everything you didn’t think you needed to know about the Week 2 matchup between the Browns and the Saints.
WFNY’s Kyle Kelly brings you his Quick Hits and More column, breaking down the Cleveland Browns 21-21 tie against the Steelers in their Week 1 matchup.
The Browns roster was almost devoid of veteran talent. On March 10th, a trio of trades came about that changed how the offseason and the entire franchise was perceived.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert takes a look at what the Browns have in their safety corps heading into the 2018 NFL season.
The Browns have added veteran talent across the roster. The Browns coaching staff is no longer able to use excuses for a lack of results.
The Browns have spent significant resources revamping the secondary this offseason. How it all shakes out remains to be seen, and Kyle Kelly takes an in depth look at what that could be
The Cleveland Browns add Jarvis Landry, Tyrod Taylor, and Damarious Randall to the team through three quick trades.