Snap reactions: An analytical look at the film of Cleveland Browns’ newest tackle, Auburn’s Shon Coleman.
The Cleveland Browns have been a little quiet lately, but this time of year there’s no such thing as “too quiet.”
Who doesn’t like icicles hanging off their nose while watching a 3-12 team losing their last game?
Strength and Length: Cleveland Browns defensive end Carl Nassib is the latest rookie to get WFNY’s Film Room treatment.
The Cavs are gunning for a tittle, but Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden says a Super Bowl would rule The Land.
Dave and Dylan finally decided to grace us with their presence long after the Cleveland Cavaliers have started the playoffs. They recycle a bunch of Canada jokes about the Raptors.
Power, Technique, Versatility: A film study of the Cleveland Browns’ second-round draft selection, Oklahoma State’s Emmanuel Ogbah.
Cody Kessler earned some high praise from Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson following rookie minicamp.
Stealing ideas from the Steelers. Why not?
The wheels on the QB-bus go round and round…round and round…round and round.
First-round draft pick Corey Coleman showed up to minicamp out of shape and Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson made him well aware.
Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson isn’t ready to name Robert Griffin III the team’s starting quarterback in May.
Six draft picks signed, eight more to go.
ESPN’s latest 30 for 30 film, “Believeland,” takes a look not just at the horrid history of Cleveland sports, but the hopeful nature of the city’s residents.
The Cleveland Browns want to preserve every single moment with Corey Coleman and share for all to see.
“How much worse can the Browns possibly become next season?” – ESPN’s John Clayton
Size, speed, hands, and route running: A film-based look at the Cleveland Browns’ newest first-round draft pick, Baylor wide receiver Corey Coleman.
There’s coral, there’s rocks, there’s whale dung, and then there’s the Cleveland Browns.
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.
Cleveland Browns center Cameron Erving makes a high schooler’s night by being her date to prom.