Kevin Kiley’s views might have been wrong about women in sports, but he was right about censorship.
Are the Cavaliers considering another member of the Big Three? Reports out of New York say so.
With pitchers and catchers due to report to Spring Training February 17, the Cleveland Indians have signed yet another right-handed reliever. The team announced Friday that they have signed Tommy Hunter to a one-year deal. According to cleveland.com’s Paul Hoynes, the major league deal is worth $2 million. In November, the Indians reportedly expressed interest in
It’s easy to forget now, but there was a time—back at the dawning of the 21st century—when the NBA’s electrifying All-Star Weekend festivities were actually starting to get a little stale. The dunk contest had become passé, the Legends Game was scrapped due to an up-tick in out-of-shape geriatrics shattering their fibulas, and somebody let
With the 2015-16 NFL season now officially in the books, we face an opportunity to reflect on those teams that broke playoff droughts (hat tip to Kansas City)1 and those that extended their postseason headaches (oh hey Cincinnati). More importantly, we can see how these struggles and travails match up to our beloved Cleveland Browns.
The Cleveland Browns finished another disappointing and dysfunctional season in 2015, ending the season tied for the worst record in the NFL at 3-13. This past season brought on a lot of change, including a whole new front office led by Sashi Brown and Paul DePodesta and a new coaching staff led by head coach
With as many as seven first-round picks in the queue, the Ohio State Buckeyes will send 14 to the 2016 NFL Combine.
Just as in any sport itself, there are some athletes who just do social media better than others. The world where one questions is Joe Flacco a elite quarterback and can be dominated by crying Jordan memes is an interesting nut for any professional athlete to crack. And, few athletes do social media better than
With the NBA’s trade deadline looming, the Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly interested in a host of wings including Ben McLemore and Joe Johnson.
Happy Friday WFNY nation! I’m joking. We don’t do the “nation” thing here. Happy Friday just the same. I’m happy to be here in a veritable dead zone of sports as we wait for March Madness. So let’s talk about stuff… . The $5 million in public funding is dead, but the Browns are moving