WFNY’s Joe Gilbert ranks the Browns’ biggest needs going into the 2019 Free Agency period, while also giving some possible free agent options to address each need.
Last offseason, the Indians failed to address their bullpen. The bottom fell out of Cody Allen and Andrew Miller. They should avoid repeating history by signing David Robertson.
A seemingly barren free agent market is not without its gems. Should the Indians bet against the aging curve and pursue Jed Lowrie?
The Cleveland Browns continued their makeover in the secondary on Wednesday with the addition of former Oakland Raiders cornerback TJ Carrie.
The Browns agreed in principle with former Kansas City cornerback Terrance Mitchell. The contract is reportedly a three-year deal worth $12 million, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
The Cleveland Browns started their free agent hunt on Tuesday, agreeing in principle with former Bengals defensive end Chris Smith, former Broncos offensive tackle Donald Stephenson and former Steelers offensive tackle Chris Hubbard.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert gives his random Browns thoughts going into the start of free agency on Monday.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert give his opinion on what the top five needs are for the Cleveland Browns this off season and who his top target would be in free agency to address each need.
Despite narratives about LeBron James’ future, the reality is that his future starts now. How these next few months play out will likely shape LeBron’s free agency plans more than any other factor.
Some have described the Cavaliers’ offseason as “the offseason from hell”. But is it really that bad?
The Cleveland Cavaliers have had a wild and unorganized start to the offseason. But, patience will be the name of the game for the Cavs to improve their roster.
The 2017 Cleveland Indians have great reason for optimism as WFNY breaks down their roster in great detail to find the weak spots.
Happy Tuesday WFNY! Tonight is a big night for the NBA. Or, well, I guess it’s technically tomorrow? I don’t know. However you want to look at it, at 12:01 am tonight/tomorrow morning, NBA free agency officially kicks off. Last year was a pretty nervous time for a lot of Cavs fans. Even right up
Corey Kluber’s future with the Cleveland Indians has been a hot topic ever since he surprised the baseball world and won the 2014 American League Cy Young award. The Tribe team has a history of trading away Cy Young winners, so his contract status been a nerve-wracking topic for some fans. FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal
With the loss of cornerback Buster Skrine in free agency, the Browns have a hole at cornerback that needs filled either via free agency and/or through the draft. The Browns are very young at the corner position behind Joe Haden, so an experienced cornerback would be a big help to the secondary. To possibly fill that hole, former Green
NFL Free Agency starts on Tuesday, beginning the annual bidding for the top free agents. The Cleveland Browns have a lot of holes to fill this offseason. The team will most likely look towards the NFL Draft to answer these question areas, but the team has quite a bit of money to spend in free
Josh Alper at PFT reported this morning that Canton native and former Buckeye Brian Hartline is visiting with the Browns today. The 2009 fourth round draft choice of Miami had a rough year for the Dolphins where he saw his role reduced in their offense and ended up with a mere 39 receptions for 474
The Cleveland Cavaliers have already won the offseason by winning the services of the best player in the NBA, LeBron James. The whole direction of the team has completely changed in the past week. James makes everyone on the team better and his unselfishness gets his teammates a lot of open shots. He is a
Hello. Scott asked me yesterday at 3:44 pm to write his morning post for him so that he could spend another day on vacation with his family (see image). It seemed reasonable to do so because I am not on vacation and Scott is a good friend. As of the scheduling of this post (10:50 pm
Happy Tuesday WFNY! I hope everyone had a great 4th of July weekend. Now it’s time to get back to business. It’s July 8, 2014…exactly four years after the original Decision. I don’t expect the 2014 Decision to happen today, but I’ve been doing a lot of reflecting on what it was like around this