It’s NFL Draft week and everybody has a mock draft ready to be seen. WFNY’s Kyle Kelly went in the mind of every NFL GM and picked the first 35 picks based off of what would be best for those teams and situations.
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.
While the 2018 NFL draft class has a slew of quarterbacks for the Browns to choose from, are their skill-levels good enough to make them elite, or are their flaws going to be too much to overcome?
The Cleveland Browns have five selections in the first 65 picks in the 2018 NFL Draft. There is a wide variety of ways they could utilize those picks, so it is important to map out all of those options. Here we go Brownies, here we go…
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.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert gives his take on the Browns’ five biggest needs heading into the 2018 NFL Draft, while also getting some of their top choices, both early and later in the draft, who can fill these needs.
No matter how it shakes out, the Browns are in a great position early on in the NFL Draft.
The 1999 quarterback class was the last time the NFL saw five quarterbacks selected within the first 12 picks of the draft. The 2018 NFL Draft could well match those numbers as there are teams such as the New York Jets already positioning themselves to take the passer of their choice. Here is how the two classes compare.
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.
USC’s Sam Darnold went full legend at his Pro Day, prompting the NFL world to stop on its axis.
This year’s draft, more than most, is of utmost importance to the Cleveland Browns. The pieces are in place to make this a foundational building block for future success. Then why does it feel like the front office is going to screw it up?
The NFL combine can be important, but the 2018 NFL Combine was essential as the Cleveland Browns look to kick-start their rebuild.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert and Jake Burns give their top five quarterbacks and their overall thoughts on the quarterback class in the 2018 NFL Draft.
The Cleveland Browns are on the clock for the 2018 NFL Draft and the odds are they will select a quarterback. There are many good options at the position, but none of them seem to have a lock at the top spot. Which one should the Browns choose?
John Dorsey replacing Sashi Brown, transitioning from collecting assets to acquiring players, and (against all odds) keeping Hue Jackson on the latest NitC podcast.
The Cleveland Browns are a disaster looking for a solution. Craig Lyndall and Jake Burns try and find some solutions.
Here’s a look at the top NFL Draft prospects from both USC and Ohio State as the teams get set to line up for Friday Night’s Cotton Bowl.
For the third straight year, Mark Podolski, sports editor of The News-Herald, joins Tom and Travis for a marathon rundown of college football’s New Year’s Six bowl games.
The Browns find themselves in the midst of a historically bad quarterback season – same story, new year. Let’s take a look at how they can finally fix the problem in the 2018 NFL draft.