ESPN The Magazine’s David Fleming penned a NFL Draft profile of Cleveland Browns’ biggest acquisition, Paul DePodesta: A genius hire made by a team traditionally unwilling to let those hires play out.
The Cleveland Browns and Josh Gordon continue to wonder if and when the receiver will be allowed to continue his career. What’s taking so long?
Jerry Jones likes Browns Jimmy Haslam so much he says he’s one of the top five best owners in the NFL. Seriously.
The Cleveland Browns were left holding the bag after Day 1 of the NFL’s free agency period. Here’s why.
Successful NFL franchises are built upon the cyclical nature of the athletes on their team. The team drafts new players to be taken under the wing of veteran players in their prime, and the front office supplements the roster with useful but inexpensive players for depth. The prime veteran players are allowed to leave before
Alec Scheiner is following Ray Farmer out the door, but the Cleveland Browns are making it sound like he’s making the move.
Alex Mack is expected to opt out of his deal with the Browns, but this doesn’t guarantee he’s leaving Cleveland.
The Cleveland Browns brought on a ton of smart folks to join the front office. Will the hiring of guys like Paul DePodesta just add to the criticism if and when they lose games?
With all focus turned to the NFL Draft, Browns head coach Hue Jackson met quarterback Paxton Lynch prior to the Super Bowl.
Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam referred to the team’s relationship with quarterback Johnny Manziel as “reparable.”
Good news! Johnny Manziel wasn’t arrested! When that’s the silver lining of the latest off-field issue involving your former first round draft pick, it’s not good. The days of Johnny Manziel being a Cleveland Browns headline might be in even shorter supply than was thought. It was just this past week that we were discussing
While Jared Goff is atop many mock drafts, there is a growing fan base of North Dakota State’s Carson Wentz.
An argument that the Cleveland Indians are the only well-run sports organization in town.
In fairness to Hue Jackson and everyone else currently involved with the Cleveland Browns, we’ve seen it all. And, we’ve seen all of it fail often in spectacular fashion. We’ve seen Phil Savage and Butch Davis engage in power struggles. We’ve seen defensive-minded head coaches such as Romeo Crennel, Eric Mangini, and Mike Pettine. We’ve
Who is Hue Jackson? Where’s he been? What’s he done? What’s he about? Are there red flags? Could he be the guy? We dive into the newest Browns coach.
Tom Verducci wrote for Peter King’s MMQB about the due diligence Jimmy Haslam undertook before hiring Paul DePodesta as Chief Strategy Officer.
For close to two decades now, the Cleveland Browns have been a cycle of failure and chaos. How did we get to this point? And will it change?
On Black Monday, after the Cleveland Browns had already finished cleaning house on Sunday night, Scott Sargent and I headed down to WKYC to do a show about what it all means. Stephanie Metzger of WKYC was with as well to field the Facebook questions that were rolling in. We discussed the end of Mike
Welcome ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, to the annual January game show of Guess the next Browns coach. We apologize the 2015 version was canceled as we had some technical difficulties, but we do hope you enjoyed the Shanahan Slide Show followed by Extreme Offensive Staff Remodel in its place. Jimmy Haslam’s tenure 2013:
WFNY celebrates another Cleveland Browns detonation with a trivia game! Can you match the front office quote with the fired coach it referred to?