Safety Tony Jefferson chose winning (the Ravens) over more money (the Browns). Do you blame him?
If you’ve seen or heard anyone panning the Browns’ recent moves, there’s a good chance they’re old.
Terrelle Pryor is heading to D.C.
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.
The NFL’s free agency period finds the Browns continuing to address the offensive side of the ball with a pair of O-line moves.
Could the Cleveland Browns still retain Terrelle Pryor despite the start of free agency? One analyst appears to think so.
After the Cleveland Browns decided to not place the franchise tag on wide receiver Terrelle Pryor ahead of last Wednesday’s deadline, the former Buckeye is set to become an unrestricted free agent on Tuesday when teams are permitted to begin negotiating with free agents and can begin signing them on Thursday at 4 p.m. ET.
The Cleveland Browns have a ton of holes to fill, but we went ahead and ranked them in terms of importance.
Jamie Collins will be a member of the Cleveland Browns for the foreseeable future.
Terrelle Pryor wants to stay in Cleveland, but how much will it cost, and are the Browns willing to pay the price?
With an injury sustained by Cleveland Browns quarterback Robert Griffin III, some in Berea feel that the change will allow the team to focus on the future.
There’s a heavy debate as to whether or not the Cleveland Browns are tanking. Any attempt to say otherwise is merely a debate of definitions.
Though free agency dug them in a hole, ESPN’s Bill Barnwell gives the Cleveland Browns an A- for their offseason work largely thanks to the NFL Draft.
So continues a rough first day of NFL free agency
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The Cleveland Browns have lost another player as center Alex Mack has agreed to terms with the Atlanta Falcons.
Early returns on the NFL’s free agency market is not so good for the Cleveland Browns as two receiving options—Travis Benjamin and Marvin Jones—are off of the board.
Alex Mack has officially opted out of his contract with the Cleveland Browns. The Pro Bowler will test free agency for the second time in three years.
Could Browns head coach Hue Jackson move a slew of former Bengals players up the Interstate through free agency? Cincy’s defensive coordinator thinks so.
There is some mutual interest between the Browns and free agent safety Tashaun Gipson, but he is preparing to test the waters of the open market.