The Cleveland Browns keep up their free-agent spending, sign former Buckeye Carlos Hyde to a three-year contract.
You can never have too many playmakers, right? While Duke Johnson’s role in the offense is unknown given the fact that Jarvis Landry will most likely be the full-time slot receiver, it seems as though the 24-year-old will remain in Cleveland. He and the Browns are working on an extension.
WFNY’s Jake Burns examines the Cleveland Browns running back unit and their performance during the 2017 season, giving his final grades and thoughts on the unit.
You’d think that going 0-16 this season and being 1-31 the last two seasons would be rock bottom for the Cleveland Browns.
There have been plenty of questions surrounding the way head coach Hue Jackson has called the Cleveland Browns’ offense so far this season (and last), but for what seems to be the first time, players are starting to question and get angry about it too. Isaiah Crowell is the first to do so.
We’re getting a bit delirious with these. The Browns are breaking us.
The Browns continue their hunt for win number one, this week in Cincinnati as the Bengals look to keep their playoff hopes alive.
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 0-10 Browns have some very good playmakers on offense, but Hue Jackson not only refuses to give them the ball at times, but has also decided to keep them on the sidelines as well. At this point, he has nothing to lose. Why not give some of your young players like Duke Johnson and David Njoku with a high ceiling more playing time.
It’s incredible. It really is. The Cleveland Browns can leave you in awe with how everything goes exactly wrong at the perfect time to pull out the rug.
Can you come up with 10 players on the Cleveland Browns worth building around? Better yet, can you get 10 voters to agree on a specific 10? The task is not an easy one, but WFNY undertook it.
The Browns did plenty of wrong in the first half of 2017, but there are plenty of things they did right, as well. A deep dive shows the issues and strengths as the Browns push toward the second half of the season.
With a rookie quarterback, Hue Jackson should be designing plays to utilize his top playmakers and make life easy for DeShone Kizer. The head coach has almost done the exact opposite through the first six weeks of the season, which is why the gunslinger has struggled so much. It’s time to play (and give the ball to) your top playmakers more, Hue Jackson.
Can you stomach a review of DeShone Kizer’s Week 4?
Browns running back/receiver Duke Johnson has received just 17 touches over the course of the first three weeks of the season. The Browns must get Johnson the ball more in the offense and allow him to make more plays for the team.
This was supposed to be the “get right” game. Yeah, about that…
Week two presented the down side of young quarterbacks in the NFL. That doesn’t mean all hope is lost, as both DeShone Kizer and Kevin Hogan both showed plenty of positive to work with.
Duke Johnson’s Odell Beckham Jr. impression earned him some love at NFL.com.
Cleveland Browns Head Coach Hue Jackson said that the Browns run game must be the backbone of the offense and that it will be this season. But so far in 2017, it has been far from the backbone of the offense.
How did some of the Browns fair in Sunday’s Baltimore Beatdown? We talk winners and losers.