Duke Johnson’s Odell Beckham Jr. impression earned him some love at NFL.com.
How did some of the Browns fair in Sunday’s Baltimore Beatdown? We talk winners and losers.
The boys from the Friday Fumble are back to get you clued into this week’s important Cleveland Browns news.
There are no moral victories, but the Browns were just a field goal away from the presumptive AFC North champions. We’ll take it.
Your favorite Browns podcasters are here with the Week 1 Friday Fumble—in written form.
The Cleveland Browns ended the Brock Osweiler saga on Friday night, cutting the quarterback a day before the league’s deadline.
Whether he was ready or not, Joe Haden was there when Cleveland needed him the most. It is only fair that the city would eventually reciprocate.
The Cleveland Browns are rumored to be shopping multiple players, the latest of whom is offensive lineman Cameron Erving.
Don’t look now, but your Cleveland Browns are 3-0 in the preseason.
DeShone Kizer gets the starting nod.
The Cleveland Browns’ rookies shine once again in the most recent edition of Winners and Losers.
It would appear football season is upon us. I’ve been dragging my feet through much of the summer, immersing myself in Cavalier news and Indians games, ignoring much in the way of training camp and fantasy season preparation. Outside of injuries, I’ve always felt that training camps are simply ephemeral spurts of action that rarely
It was only a matter of time before the Browns’ No. 1 pick was running with the ones.
Ricardo Louis had a rookie season to forget in 2016. This year, he has a little more confidence.
Next time one of you hot take-hurling friends talks about how Thomas doesn’t “have it” anymore, make sure to remind him of this otherworldly dominance, and tell him he’s not allowed to go to the imminent Hall of Fame induction.
Myles Garrett is showing off his burst and speed as the Cleveland Browns continue OTAs.
World news has been horrible as of late, but the NFL offered an improvement to one of the worst rules in sports.
The Browns continue to fill holes with some value-based moves, adding cornerback Jason McCourty to a team-friendly deal.
For the few fans of the Browns holding out hopes that Josh Gordon will once again wear his No. 12 for Cleveland’s football team, well—we have some bad news.
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.