The Cleveland Browns lost out on a number of players, but they saved lots of cash. How much? Lots.
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
Ray Horton was in Cleveland briefly as a part of Rob Chudzinski’s staff that ended up being fired immediately following their first season on the job. The Browns weren’t great that season, but even most demanding fans were pretty shocked with the swiftness and decisiveness barely a year after the crew was hired. When the
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It’s been one year since the Cleveland Browns became what they are today. One year since we found out the future of the Browns didn’t include Joe Banner or Michael Lombardi. It’s easy to lose perspective on a situation when you’re so deep in the muck of the details on a day-to-day basis. And even
If you thought that 2013 was one crazy year in the world of Cleveland Sports, 2014 once again proved that there is rarely a dull moment. There were good times and bad, hirings and firings, wins and losses, homecomings and award winners. As the year comes to a close, like we have done the last
Sports Illustrated’s Sportsman of the Year is an annual must-read. Sadly, that the national recognition rarely has anything to do with the teams or individuals whom we cover. In turn, WFNY will soon announce its choice for 2014’s Cleveland Sportsman of the Year. Here’s one of the nominations for that honor by an WFNY writer.
Another week and another rumor involving Mike Holmgren’s involvement in an NFL franchise. The Buffalo Bills were recently sold, and we know how that drill goes as we saw it all too closely with Joe Banner at Jimmy Haslam’s side. A lot of the rumor mill surrounding Joe Banner’s dismissal has it that Jimmy Haslam
Dan Parker (@DP_Cannon) of Jackets Cannon joined me on the podcast. DP is a former WFNY’er so we talked about all the Cleveland teams and a bit about the Jackets. Here’s the link to the Jackets game video that Dan talked about in the podcast. The Browns and Joe Banner Barkevious Mingo and Justin Gilbert Skipping
Browns coach Mike Pettine discussed Barkevious Mingo and the matchup with the Titans.
Craig Lyndall (@WFNYCraig) and Dave Sterling (@dimoko) discuss the Browns’ 23-21 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. The Browns did everything well for much of the game except win. Here’s what else we talked about. Browns lose to the Ravens Pettine’s penalties Dave’s Uber riders Craig Calls for Joe Banner to come on the podcast The
We’ve already discussed Joe Banner’s Twitter account on these pages. Many still won’t even believe it’s the real deal, preferring to assume like many other accounts that @JoeBanner13 is a fake. Anyway, this morning Mr. Banner recounted what it was like one year ago today when he traded Trent Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts. a
I’ve been a guest of Joe Lull’s (@lullonsports) on his radio progrum on 92.3 the Fan and for whatever reason I never asked him to come on the podcast. I sometimes feel like guys who talk sports for a living would be doing me a favor to come on the podcast. Anyway, that ended today
Joe Banner is on Twitter and he’s not holding back.
Jimmy Haslam reportedly blocked a trade of Josh Gordon to San Francisco
It’s tough to compare to the signing of Kevin Love and the anticipation surrounding Josh Gordon, but former Browns CEO Joe Banner signing up for Twitter may very well be one of the biggest stories of the week. Drawing skepticism in the wake of countless fake Twitter accounts, Banner, typically not known for his
I talked to Zac Jackson at Browns training camp today about coming on the podcast and eight hours later he was on it. I’m a fan of Zac’s work and was glad he was willing to come on. We discussed the following… LeBron James coming home and that impact on media Fantasy football Twitter block parties
Peter King is one of the best NFL writers in the nation and as a national guy his perspective can sometimes be instructive to help local fans take blinders off. As a follower of the Browns, it’s pretty easy to lose perspective on the more overarching story-lines that make up an NFL season or era
I had a dream last night that the Cavaliers got into the playoffs and beat the Pacers in the first round of the playoffs. It was one of those ultra-realistic dreams, too. Like, the kind where even when you wake up and you know it was a dream, you still think it might have been