WFNY’s Joe Gilbert gives his final grades on the performance of the Cleveland Browns cornerbacks during the 2018 NFL season.
The Cleveland Browns monster has been unleashed by the 2018 team.
The Browns’ success of the present has activated the glory of the past—especially on the videoboards.
Promise, optimism, a home game worth going to? The Browns making the holidays better? This December in Berea is different.
The Cleveland Browns rookie class is one of the best ever, in terms of production and abilities. That makes them one of the Top 10 stories in Cleveland Sports in 2018.
Both Myles Garrett and Denzel Ward were named Pro Bowlers and the Browns also have six alternates as well.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert ranks the players he believes are the cornerstone players for the Cleveland Browns.
The two newest NFL expansion teams meet up in their latest on field battle. The WFNY staff walks you through the storylines.
The Dallas Cowboys had an incredible rookie tandem run by Dak Prescott and Ezekial Elliott that had them riding high. But, are Baker Mayfield and Nick Chubb having better rookie seasons than that duo did?
WFNY’s Josh Poloha missed being able to watch the Browns during their bye week this past Sunday. Did you?
The Browns lead the league with a plus-11 turnover differential, yet have scored just 34 points off those 22 turnovers. The defense is doing their job, it’s time for the offense to step up and take advantage of it.
Ohio State’s penalties, lack of a running game, and weak defensive secondary are just a few of Ohio State’s problems. Those became even more evident in their loss at Purdue Saturday night.
The Browns lost to the Chargers and it’s probably not that big of a deal. Sometimes even if the team won’t make excuses, you have to do it for them.
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.
Denzel Ward excelled at Ohio State, otherwise known as DBU. It should come as no surprise he is playing at the same level here in Cleveland for the Browns.
The Browns have real, foundational pieces. The win over Baltimore is the latest evidence that they’re legit.
Sometimes, being a “tough out” isn’t so bad.
Quick Hits and More is back with a Victory Monday edition. WFNY’s Kyle Kelly takes you through the win on Sunday and around the NFL.
The Cleveland Browns beat the Baltimore Ravens in overtime, 12-9, with kicker Greg Joseph making the game-winning field goal with just seconds to go in the game.
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?