The Browns should obviously and definitely pursue Kirk Cousins to be their starting quarterback right?
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As they should be, all eyes are on the quarterback whenever you discuss an NFL team. The eyes that have been on the Cleveland Browns quarterback situation over the last few years have been burned out, replaced with glass ones, and had those melted as well. As such, the conversation on #BrownsTwitter quickly became about
Washington Redskins starting quarterback Kirk Cousins wants to know if “you like that?” Even if the Cleveland Browns say yes, would Cousins consider them?
The Cleveland Browns might or might not be interested in trading for Kirk Cousins, so Craig Lyndall and Michael Bode discuss reasoning behind such a trade.
The Cleveland Browns take on the Washington Redskins in Week 4 and you need to know a thing or two about that team from D.C.
While many have the Browns drafting a quarterback with the No. 2 pick, Football Outsiders think they should sign free agent QB Kirk Cousins.
From the former Browns mega-file, we have news from Washington where the post-RG3 plans aren’t going so well. At one time Kirk Cousins was a hot QB name for Cleveland Browns fans in search of an answer. Running Kyle Shanahan’s system, Cousins had rolled the Browns to death in a game, and conventional wisdom was
There was a time when “people” (presumably Washington) were rumor mongering about what kind of trade value Kirk Cousins had during this draft season. At one point, I heard mumblings here and there on Twitter and on the radio about the Browns’ first round draft choice that they received from the Colts. Of course, I
This morning while on my exercise bike I watched as Mike and Mike resurrected the talks about the Cleveland Browns trading their second first round draft pick (#26) to the Washington for Kirk Cousins. Seems like a really splendid plan for Washington, but I can’t say I’m particularly interested from a Browns perspective. I get
Phil Savage was full of Browns intel on Twitter yesterday. It was pretty high level draft philosophy, but it’s interesting for Browns fans to see how he looks back on drafting QBs like Kyle Boller and Brady Quinn. In both cases, he questions the philosophy of trading back into the first round to grab a
Colt McCoy wasn’t out of work long. The former Browns quarterback has never been able to find tons of success in the NFL, but the backup QB game isn’t so bad. Brandon Weeden, Jason Campbell, Derek Anderson, Colt McCoy? All of them have been able to find rosters at least for this year’s training camp.
As fears loom large of the Cleveland Browns acquiring Washington Redskins back-up quarterback Kirk Cousins, the Washington Post attempts to ease any concerns over the poor-man’s Andy Dalton joining his former offensive coordinator, Kyle Shanahan, near the shores of Lake Erie—at least when it comes to moving anything of value to obtain him. “The harsh
Cleveland sports fans are waiting. Thus, while we’re all waiting, the WFNY editors thought you might enjoy reading. Because you never know how long we might be waiting. So here are assorted reading goodies for you to enjoy. Send more good links for tomorrow’s edition to firstname.lastname@example.org. Passing on the latest backup QB fad of Kirk
Craig: It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Well, not for TD who prefers March Madness, but I digress. The holidays are here and it’s a confusing time to be a Browns fan. In the middle of fan appreciation week, there are lots of fans out there who probably don’t want the Browns to
Craig: The takeaways from this week’s game seem to be setting the tone for the rest of the season. We’re going to continually look to define Brandon Weeden. On one side there will be those who seem to defend him out of hope, those that will bash him out of preemptive judgement, and those that
The Cleveland Browns were outplayed and out-coached in their final home game of the year against the Washington Redskins. Their record dropped to 5-9 as they lost 38-21. The Browns win streak was ended at three and the Redskins’ was extended to five. The part where the Browns were outplayed is obvious. Brandon Weeden turned
The Browns have a chance to extend the win streak to four. This could be the last home game for Josh Cribbs as a member of the Browns. RG3 sits for former Michigan State QB and rookie Kirk Cousins. This could be hopeful Browns Pro Bowl Kicker Phil Dawson’s last home game as a member
As the Browns prepare to face the Redskins this weekend, they still are unsure of which quarterback will be behind center. RG3 sprained his knee this past weekend against the Ravens in a victory. The victory was completed with fellow rookie and backup Kirk Cousins operating the offense. Now, ESPN is reporting that Robert Griffin
Anyone who saw the film of Robert Griffin III’s leg wave through the air will be surprised to learn that he has not been ruled out for the game this weekend. In fact, coach Mike Shanahan ruled it a “mild” sprain when addressing the media today. Mike Shanahan: Robert Griffin has a mild ACL sprain