Why Olivier Vernon and Why Not Kevin Zeitler? Breaking down Cleveland’s latest biggest trade.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert gives his final grades on the performance of the Cleveland Browns offensive line during the 2018 NFL season.
Both Myles Garrett and Denzel Ward were named Pro Bowlers and the Browns also have six alternates as well.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert ranks the players he believes are the cornerstone players for the Cleveland Browns.
WFNY’s Kyle Kelly has a report of the last five days of Browns training camp
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert looks at the Cleveland Browns offensive line going into the 2018 NFL season.
With a bunch of new faces this offseason, it seems as though the Browns have plenty of leaders heading into the upcoming season. That’s never a bad thing.
WFNY continues its grading of the 2017 Browns season with Joe Gilbert giving his grade and thoughts on the Browns offensive line and their performance during the 2017 season.
The Browns roster will see many changes in an important off-season ahead. Let’s take a look at what direction it can go. Yes, every single member of the Browns 53-man roster is addressed. A labor of love here.
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.
The Cleveland Browns offensive line underwent a major upgrade this offseason with the additions of J.C. Tretter and Kevin Zeitler. WFNY previews the Browns offensive line unit going into the 2017 NFL season.
The Cleveland Browns won’t be a playoff team in 2017, but that doesn’t mean fans cannot be optimistic about the product they will get to see on the field or the direction of the franchise.
The Cleveland Browns offseason is complete and there is only one way to properly walk through it. That’s right, the 2017 edition of Rational! Conspiracy! or Snark!
It’s looking like those free agency dollars were well spent.
Kenny Britt and Kevin Zeitler love Cleveland and the Browns already. The Hue Jackson effect is in full force.
The Cleveland Browns had an active day, including some really innovative trade machinations.
In the event extending Joel Bitonio and singing J.C. Tretter was not enough to quench your offensive line thirst, the Cleveland Browns just rolled a giant truck of money into the home of guard Kevin Zeitler, signing him to a five-year deal worth a reported $60 million with a mammoth $31.5 million guaranteed.