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.
The broadcast, the stakes, the crowd: The sounds of this season finale told us the Browns mattered.
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.
What would continuity be like in Cleveland? One WFNY writer finds himself wanting to find out.
Jacob Rosen and friends have done a Thanksgiving draft to guess the next season’s Week 1 starting quarterback each year. But, it’s Baker Mayfield. So, they turned their attention to the potential head coaches 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.
Baker Mayfield’s near-perfect day leads this week’s edition of Winners and Losers.
The Cleveland boys balled out, but just so happened to be representing the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Browns are entering uncomfortable territory with Hue Jackson, and it’s now leaking into his entire coaching staff.
Better days are ahead. This was one to forget.
WFNY’s Kyle Kelly gives us a preview of Thursday night’s game between the Browns and Jets.
On Sunday, the talent upgrade of the Cleveland Browns was definitely noticeable, however one thing has persisted through the big change of the offseason, coaching problems.
The week before the season kicks off, everyone has predictions, but WFNY’s Kyle Kelly has expectations for the Browns 2018 season
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert looks at the Browns linebacker unit going 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.
After a mediocre rookie season, Jabrill Peppers hopes he can turn things around with a new-look secondary in Year 2.
The Browns 2017 Report Cards continue with a look at the safety position. The Browns will need better production from the young group in 2018.