Will Braxton Miller and Terrelle Pryor succeed at receiver? – WFNY Podcast – 2015-07-28

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In the second Andrew podcast of the week, we discussed the football and music things. We discussed Braxton Miller and his switch to receiver. We discussed Ezekiel Elliott and then we talked about Terrelle Pryor and some music. Here’s a direct link to the MP3 for this episode. Braxton Miller becomes a receiver Braxton Miller

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Simply put, the Indians stink and the Cavs rule – WFNY Podcast – 2015-07-27

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Andrew and Craig are both fans at heart so it gives no joy to see the Indians struggle so mightily. It’s still crazy to think just how much has gone right for the Cavs and wrong for the Cleveland Indians. Here’s the rest of what we discussed. Subscribe on iTunes. Please. To download the MP3

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Habitual Browns defense, bike kicks and Deftones: While We’re Waiting

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Happy Friday everyone. I’m on vacation, but that doesn’t preclude me from writing some stuff for you anyway. A part of my vacation is spending some time to write. So while we’re waiting… Don’t undersell the value of the Browns familiarity with their defense I’m reading a pretty interesting book called The Power of Habit: Why

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How to use Snapchat, Cleveland Indians and True Detective with @sportsyelling – WFNY Podcast – 2015-07-21

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The return of @sportsyelling to the WFNY podcast was long overdue. We discussed the current state of the Cleveland Indians, the realistic use cases with Snapchat and also broke down season two of True Detective (so far.) Click here for a direct download of the MP3 file of this episode. Cleveland Indians fans who are

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Mark Shapiro’s Indians, movies and body switch movies – WFNY Podcast – 2015-07-20

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Craig and Dave discuss a bunch of stuff that has very little to do with sports. I mean it has to do with Indians P.R. and movies and stuff. Click here to download the MP3 file directly. Podcast users are largely Apple device people Why Google makes me mad Google should put Craig and Dave

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Terrelle Pryor working with Josh Gordon and Randy Moss in mission to become a receiver

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While Terrelle Pryor has faced a lot of skepticism in his football career, he seems very committed to making it as an NFL receiver. We recently saw Pryor showing off his workouts to improve his footwork. And now we’re getting pictures of some of the people that Terrelle Pryor is working with to try and

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Who has fast feet? Comparing Terrelle Pryor, Taylor Gabriel and Andrew Hawkins

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It seems like the thing to do is to post your footwork drills to Instagram. Well, at least if you’re a wide receiver for the Cleveland Browns, that seems to be a popular pass-time. Andrew Hawkins started it all, I think, and that’s fitting because for everything he lacks in height he has in multiples

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Beyond money, Sasha Kaun is interested in winning with the Cavaliers

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You can’t teach height. That’s not only one of the most hackneyed basketball cliches known to human kind, it’s also absolutely 100% true. The Cavaliers could always use some more height, thus the signing of Kendrick Perkins for the stretch run a season ago. As Perkins still sits unsigned in NBA free agency, the Cavaliers

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Forget Trainwreck, LeBron James is a Vine star

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LeBron James is in this week’s Amy Schumer movie, Trainwreck, which you know because we’ve posted about it 47 times at this point. That might not be his best movie role of the week though. LeBron has been making waves on the Internet just a few seconds at a time. Here he is shooting free

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Trainwreck movie review – WFNY Podcast – 2015-07-11

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Newest WFNY writer Jessica Forrester joins the podcast because she got to see Amy Schumer’s Trainwreck ahead of its wide release. We recorded it in advance due to “embargo” on talking about the movie too early. Here’s the rest of the cool things we discussed. Click here for direct download of the MP3. The gallows

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Top 5 offseason stories: Cleveland Browns

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I spent the whole week talking about the rest of the AFC North — the Steelers, Ravens, and Bengals. Now it’s time to look in the mirror with our own Cleveland Browns. Here are the top stories (I think) for determining the Browns’ season. And let’s be honest, these probably aren’t the real top five,

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What really happened with LeBron James in the 2010 NBA Playoffs?

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One of the most popular Cleveland Cavaliers conspiracy question marks will forever be what happened to LeBron James in 2010 in the series with the Celtics. Move over Delonte West and forget about alleged trades involving the Suns and J.J. Hickson, the one we’ll probably talk about forever is LeBron James, the Celtics, his elbow

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Mark Shapiro’s broken record, Amy Schumer, and Chvrches: While We’re Waiting

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Happiest of happy Fridays to you WFNY crew. Here’s your weekly dose of WWW me. Things have changed, but the Indians’ unpopular tone remains The very first answer to one of Marla Ridenour’s questions had me doing a Q*Bert impression in my house. That’s all it took for me to once again be reminded of

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Top 5 Offseason Stories: The Cincinnati Bengals

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Note: A big part of the Cleveland Browns’ chances in any season is the outlook on teams they play two times each in their own division. This week, we will be going over the Top 5 stories from each of the Browns’ divisional rivals (like the Steelers and Ravens) as we head closer to training

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Top 5 Offseason Stories: The Baltimore Ravens

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Note: A big part of the Cleveland Browns’ chances in any season is the outlook on teams they play two times each in their own division. This week, we will be going over the Top 5 stories from each of the Browns’ divisional rivals as we head closer to training camp and the 2015 NFL

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Top 5 Offseason Stories: The Pittsburgh Steelers

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Note: A big part of the Cleveland Browns’ chances in any season is the outlook on teams they play two times each in their own division. This week, we will be going over the Top 5 stories from each of the Browns’ divisional rivals as we head closer to training camp and the 2015 NFL

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Feeling badly for Mavs fans, USWNT, and Nate Jones: While We’re Waiting

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Crazy week folks, but LeBron’s back with the Cavs for real for real. I wasn’t actually worried, but it feels so good for it to happen without a hitch. You know, like DeAndre Jordan. Speaking of… Feeling badly for Mavs fans… I was listening to Bomani Jones discuss the DeAndre Jordan thing on his podcast.

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USA wins the women’s World Cup! – WFNY Podcast – 2015-07-09

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Dave caught up with Stephanie Duffy @stephaniemduffy, local soccer aficionado who just returned from Vancouver and the Women’s World Cup Final. They had a great discussion on various soccer subjects. They discussed: Are you subscribed? ********** Download the podcast directly as an MP3 The three games she attended Men’s soccer vs women’s Soccer The final

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Dawg Pounded and how Browns comedy nearly writes itself – WFNY Podcast – 2015-07-07

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Tim Tyler is the writer and mind behind Dawg Pounded. The comedic play and musical opens its second year at Kennedy’s on Playhouse Square on July 17th. We talked about the play, the rivalry with Pittsburgh and how the Browns project in the 2015 NFL season. Are you subscribed? ********** Click here to download the

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A Cavs fan coming to grips with rooting for a Super Team

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You go to sleep one day with an awful Cleveland Cavaliers team in your town and you wake up some weeks later to a so-called super team. That’s what happened last year for Cleveland after LeBron James wrote his fateful letter in Sports Illustrated. He and Kyrie Irving formed the first two pieces of what

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