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.
Josh McDaniels is viewed by oddsmakers to be the favorite to be named the next head coach of the Browns, but is that the wisest decision?
A once pessimistic fan base with their hope relying on potential draft picks, unqualified coaches, and plenty of different regimes has instilled all their hope and energy into one guy and that is Baker Mayfield.
Hue Jackson will long be remembered for his time as coach of the Cleveland Browns, but how should that time be remembered? Did he have a point when Jackson stated he laid down the foundation for the future?
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 Cincinnati Bengals come to Cleveland for the home closer. A win would be especially sweet given Hue Jackson is on staff and would lock the Browns out from being in the AFC North cellar.
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 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.
Cleveland against Hue Jackson. The fired head coach returns on the opposing sideline to take on the squad he led to three wins in just under three seasons.
Remember all those folks who said they couldn’t wait for LeBron to leave because it would be “less drama” in Cleveland? How’s that working out?
How much blame should Hue Jackson get for the last two and a half years of the Cleveland Browns inept play? WFNY’s Craig Lyndall dives in.
The Nail in the Coffin podcast returns to discuss the firings of head coaches Ty Lue and Hue Jackson.
Ty Lue’s departure was somewhat unexpected but definitely understandable and Hue Jackson’s was a matter of when, not if, but the biggest question seems to be why the Cavs and Browns waited to fire their head coaches during the season, rather than the offseason?
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert takes a look at what is next for the Cleveland Browns and their now vacant head coach position.
It’s starting to feel more like football season again as reports of infighting in Berea have surfaced following Hue Jackson’s bewildering comments following the Cleveland Browns’ latest overtime loss. While reports of the Haslam family being discouraged following yet another winnable game surfaced following the loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, reports on Sunday morning
The 2018 Cleveland Browns have lost many close games, which is a tad better than losing all of their games by small and large margins. However, 3-35-1 is the record of head coach Hue Jackson, which means some hard questions need to start getting answered about his future.
The time is now for the Cleveland Browns to cut bait and fire Hue Jackson as the head coach of the team.
While the rest of the 1 p.m. teams are boarding the team buses, here are the Browns getting in another 10 minutes of work. And it’s almost always 10 minutes—it just feels like 30.
The Browns are entering uncomfortable territory with Hue Jackson, and it’s now leaking into his entire coaching staff.