Finally: Real NFL games!
Not real newsworthy, but I was entertained by what transpired on the Internet last night with Greg Little and new Browns corner Justin Gilbert. Of course you all know that Greg Little was released by the Browns and didn’t make it through waivers. The Oakland Raiders picked him up, which prompted the Deadspin headline in
I had originally reached out to Will Leitch just before the Olympics and he said he’d gladly come on after them. Time flies in my world and I never got back to him, which is especially stupid on my part. Leitch joined me today and discussed his recent work on Donald Sterling, Leitch Across America,
We showed Will Leitch around when he was in Cleveland and now I got him to come talk on the podcast. This was scheduled for a while, and it was just dumb luck that there was something big like the Trent Richardson trade to talk about. The USMNT and the hipster patriotism Lee Greenwood and
While We’re Waiting is the daily morning link roundup that WFNY has been serving up for breakfast for the last several years. We hope you enjoy the following recent collection of yummy and nutritious Cleveland sports-related articles. Anything else to add? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking at keys for the Dolphins, including this former division
This is a very different kind of WFNY podcast. As opposed to when we talk Cleveland sports current events instead this time I grabbed Brian Spaeth to talk about whatever came up. Brian is an Internet staple and he has tons of projects out there that are worthy of promotion, so here goes… First and
Vince Grzegorek at Scene posted a quote yesterday from a former “player” for the Cleveland Browns, Nate Jackson. You don’t remember the tenure of Nate Jackson as a member of the Cleveland Browns? I am guessing I might be able to find him if I search old roster moves on NFL.com, but he doesn’t have
(Note: This was written before Deadspin corrected their post. It largely remains accurate except that it now relies largely on some arbitrary numbers that Deadspin originally stated. Still, conceptually it should work and the conclusions should be the same.) Yesterday, Deadspin scored a coup when they obtained some financial records for the New Jersey Nets.
Welcome to the weekly best of the web. (By the way, my friend would kill at that game.) So what has been going on this week… Around here the Cavs won one, and lost two. LeBron scored his 10,000th point, and Mike Brown got ejected. Scott wondered what might have been if the Cavs went after