WFNY revisits a “hot topic” that could influence several decisions the front office makes in regards to the weaponry they provide quarterback Baker Mayfield. Yes, John Colosimo and Michael Bode discuss the paradox that is Jarvis Landry.
The Browns have found their coach, but how does their front office compare to those of the past?
Have you kept up on all the coaching moves from the Cleveland Browns? Don’t worry, WFNY is here to help.
Following his performance during the 2018 season and with the way he portrayed himself during his introductory press conference on Monday, Freddie Kitchens has already won WNFY’s Josh Poloha over.
New Nail in the Coffin podcast invites WFNY’s Craig Lyndall on to talk about the new head coach of the Browns, Freddie Kitchens.
After years of failed and flawed coaching searches, the Cleveland Browns finally ran a well-run coaching search led by General Manager John Dorsey.
With the news that Freddie Kitchens is set to become the ninth head coach of the Cleveland Browns since they returned, WFNY’s Jacob Rosen takes a look back at all of the past hires and the thought process going into those decisions.
The Cleveland Browns have hired yet another head coach as they keep things in-house this time around by promoting offensive co-ordinator Freddie Kitchens.
Who will be the next head coach of the Browns? WFNY has you covered with the latest reports and rumors in the search that’s led by John Dorsey and Jimmy Haslam.
It’s possible that the cloak and dagger driver of the organizational bus for the Cleveland Browns is Paul DePodesta.
Wait, is the next Sean McVay or Matt Nagy already a coach in Cleveland? Why there is one coach who the Browns need to make sure stays for 2019.
The Nail in the Coffin podcast brings holiday cheer in a discussion about the Browns.
How John Dorsey handles the head coaching situation with the Cleveland Browns will set the groundwork for the future direction of the team.
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?
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.
Baker Mayfield’s near-perfect day leads this week’s edition of Winners and Losers.
Nick Chubb, speedster? His 92-yard touchdown to give the Browns a 28-10 lead is the longest run in Browns history.