So continues a rough first day of NFL free agency
Alex Mack is expected to opt out of his deal with the Browns, but this doesn’t guarantee he’s leaving Cleveland.
This is a Cleveland site and unless it has to do with the Browns, we generally don’t post it. That being said, I saw this Tweet of a proposed Jacksonville Jaguars practice field that features a three-tiered field and just had to share it with you guys. I was so taken by the pictures that
Who ordered the vanilla shake?
Whither Isaiah Crowell?
This morning, like I always do, I spoke about the Browns’ loss with Andy Baskin and Andre Knott on the WEWS web show Dawgs on the Run. My appearance starts a couple minutes into this clip. As always big thanks to Andy, Andre and Eric the Referee for having me on.
You get a loser! And YOU get a loser! EVERYONE GETS A LOSER!
This is not one of those games that defines the ceiling of this Cleveland Browns team. It defines where they are in their development — and that’s not nearly as far developed as they want to be — but it doesn’t define their ceiling. This team can be a good one, but they’re not experienced
Zero. Point. Zero.
So, you remember that whole Alex Mack contract situation? You see the Browns used the “transition tag” which means… Oh never mind. I’m not going back through all this again. Alex Mack is back. He’ll be back for at least two years and probably three. He’ll be the highest paid center too at $42 million
I set a Google Calendar reminder so that I wouldn’t forget to do WWW this week. Let’s hope that works from here on out. Now on with the WWW. ***** I saw Draft Day last night, and here are my initial thoughts. Don’t worry. I will save you any and all spoilers. This isn’t a great
Less than 24 hours after reporting that the Jacksonville Jaguars may have themselves a shiny new Pro Bowl center, ESPN’s Adam Schefter has hedged his bets with a report that the Cleveland Browns will match the Jags’ offer in “no time at all.” Once it is signed, Browns figure to match Jacksonville's five-year offer sheet
Craig: It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Well, not for TD who prefers March Madness, but I digress. The holidays are here and it’s a confusing time to be a Browns fan. In the middle of fan appreciation week, there are lots of fans out there who probably don’t want the Browns to
If you have ever wondered what it would be like to watch a Clydesdale pull away from a Pomeranian, fast forward to roughly the 1:36 mark in the third quarter of Sunday’s contest between the Cleveland Browns and New England Patriots. In a lumbering fashion that could seemingly be a result of adrenaline married with
Who caught your eye? Did someone stand out? Who blew it? That’s what were interested in this morning. Winners and losers. WINNER: Josh Gordon. The silly argument last week about whether or not the Browns should have pulled Gordon to protect the single game franchise record for receiving yards looks even sillier now. Josh Gordon’s
Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden has been diagnosed with a concussion and is in the middle of the NFL’s usual protocol for treatment. He reported symptoms after the game, per a team spokesman, and thus did not speak to the media. Weeden threw for 370 yards and three touchdowns on Sunday, yet had two interceptions and
With a 95-yard go-ahead fourth-quarter touchdown, Josh Gordon became the first receiver in NFL history with back-to-back 200-yard games. He now has 261 against Jacksonville after posting 237 against Pittsburgh last week. Gordon now has 1,248 receiving yards in only 10 games this season, including seven touchdowns. Braylon Edwards holds the single-season franchise record with
Cleveland quarterback Jason Campbell is inactive for today’s game against the Jaguars while recovering from the head injury he suffered last week against the Steelers. The Browns will also be without starting inside linebacker Craig Robertson and his back-up Tank Carder. Also out are OL Martin Wallace, Garrett Gilkey and Reid Fragel as well as
The Browns will understandably emphasize all week that they have to keep fighting for pride. But for fans, it’s tough to rally around a 4-7 team with little left to fight for in 2013. This afternoon, those Browns – worthy of yet another Mike Polk video – face off at FirstEnergy Stadium against the depressing
Cleveland sports fans are waiting. Thus, while we’re all waiting, the WFNY editors thought you might enjoy reading. Because you never know how long we might be waiting. So here are assorted reading goodies for you to enjoy. Send more good links for tomorrow’s edition to email@example.com. The Buckeyes knew about that exact two-point conversion