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I’ll be watching the NFL Draft Thursday night, drinking beers and laughing with friends. I’ll be watching it Friday night, and following along on Saturday, texting buddies to see what they think. I’m excited to see who my favorite team selects, but I’ll be caring much more about what they can do come Week 1 than anything else.
The Cleveland Browns are putting out a lot of smoke this week. If they draft Josh Allen and trade down from number four, there’s going to be some fire.
With the NFL Draft just a few weeks away, WFNY’s Kyle Kelly gives you his first mock draft of the year. It includes the first 35 picks of the season, four of which are Browns’ selections.
Mike Hattery brings you this week’s WWW with a look at the Master’s, a risky reliever for the Indians, and being an over-saturated Browns fan.
The Cleveland Browns can’t just take the best prospect. Enabling that prospect to become a franchise quarterback will take much more than turning in the right card on draft day.
Down 15 points at the half to the Eastern Conference-leading Raptors. Playing without Kyle Korver, Larry Nance, Tristan Thompson, Rodney Hood, Cedi Osman and head coach Ty Lue. At another point in the season, this was the kind of night in which the Cavs would unravel. But on Wednesday, LeBron James and Co. had different
USC’s Sam Darnold went full legend at his Pro Day, prompting the NFL world to stop on its axis.
A The Nail in the Coffin Podcast on ‘big’ decisions looming for the Cavs’ frontcourt and the Browns in the NFL draft
The Browns would be lucky to have Saquon Barkley, but not if it means using the first or fourth overall picks in the 2018 NFL Draft.
ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. has the Browns drafting a quarterback at No. 1 overall, but his choice is bound to ruffle some feathers.
Sure, there are successful teams without a top-end quarterback, but why take the tougher path to prominence?
Johnny Manziel and Baker Mayfield aren’t the same guy, but how much does the former impact the latter’s ability to be selected by the Cleveland Browns in the 2018 NFL Draft?
The Browns demand our attention, or do they?
Four friends continued their Thanksgiving tradition of taking turns guessing the next season’s Week 1 starting quarterback for the Cleveland Browns. The possibilities are endless.
The Cleveland Browns have more losers than winners from what wound up being a horrendous first half to the 2017 NFL season.
The 2017 Cleveland Browns have a major issue at the wide receiver position. Here is how the problem got so bad.
The Cleveland Browns have been an overly negative story in Cleveland for years. We talk about them with Daryl Ruiter, who has been on the front lines for quite some time.
While he won’t say DeShonne Kizer will be the next Ben Roethlisberger, Browns head coach Hue Jackson is quick to point out the similar size and mobility of both.
Marshon Lattimore and Malik Hooker lead the way for seven Ohio State Buckeyes to be drafted this past weekend with four more signing as undrafted free agents.