Should Josh McCown be starting? Will the Browns finally run the ball (or stop the run)? Can they pressure Philip Rivers? Are the special teams a concern? The gang takes to the roundtable.
The Cavs are coming, and not a moment too soon.
Joe Thomas questions TMZ’s QB report.
The Browns are on TMZ plus a futuristic tech talk around switching from Android to iPhone.
Yes, there were actually a few winners.
DE-FENSE (clap clap)
Finally, the 2015 NFL season is upon us. Finally, there can be potentially positive news about the Cleveland Browns. Or, at least, there can be news about actual football rather than about coaches appearing on police blotters, backup quarterbacks shoulders, and the seventh wide receiver on the team being waived for a third string running
There have been more downs than ups over the past 15 seasons. That only makes our favorite players mean that much more.
Sports is full of silly made up questions. Who is the G.O.A.T.? Who belongs on the Mount Rushmore of the NFL? Now, it appears that everyone in the NFL wants to be considered the “LeBron James of the NFL.” Your browser does not support iframes. I don’t have an answer and I don’t think I’ll
EA Sports’ Madden NFL 2016 was released on all video game consoles at midnight Tuesday. As is tradition, the team and player ratings of the long running game have quickly become a hot topic in both the football and video game worlds. Madden has leaked out bits and pieces of the player ratings leading up to
The Cleveland Browns soft-spoken left tackle came strong at the NFL’s commissioner on Sunday afternoon.
Quarterback turned wide receiver Terrelle Pryor, who missed the Browns preseason opener against the Washington Redskins last Thursday, was back at practice in Berea Saturday. Pryor had been turning heads in Browns training camp before a hamstring injury forced him out of action. Joe Thomas, defensive lineman Billy Winn, and running back Luke Lundy were
“Nothing significant on the injury front to report,” Browns head coach Mike Pettine said to lead off his statement to the media after the Cleveland Browns completed their first preseason game of the 2015 NFL season. There might not be a better statement that a NFL head coach can make at the conclusion of a
It is finally game day for the Cleveland Browns! Before the Browns take the field at First Energy Stadium against the Washington Redskins, let’s take a gander at the new look offense. Over the last month or so, I have previewed each of the Browns defensive and offensive positions, along with the defense as a
Pro Football Focus (PFF) has become one of the more trusted sources of advanced analytical information about the NFL over the past several seasons. In the preseason tradition of releasing rankings and expectations for NFL teams and players, PFF has began releasing their top 10 player rankings at each position. Fans of the Cleveland Browns
I made it out to Cleveland Browns training camp today and here are some of the things that I saw. Johnny Lefty Johnny Manziel had a sore elbow and nobody knew it until he started throwing lefty. Coach Mike Pettine and quarterbacks coach Kevin O’Connell both said Manziel is likely to play Thursday against Washington
It’s okay, everyone. No need to drive to the I-480 bridge. Yes, Joe Thomas was hurt in practice on Monday. But, it sounds like he’s going to be fine. Thomas went down after having his right leg rolled up on at training camp, reportedly by rookie defensive tackle Danny Shelton. Word in Berea is that Thomas
Happy Tuesday, WFNY! As I arrived to my office on Monday morning, I turned off the podcast I was listening to and I flipped on the local sports talk station. It was Mike and Mike on ESPN Radio, and they happened to be talking to Joe Thomas. “Oh, cool!”, I thought. So I sat in
Following the Cleveland Browns Orange and Brown scrimmage at Ohio Stadium on the campus of the Ohio State University, Browns offensive tackle Joe Thomas had very kind words for Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel. “He’s really proved to a lot of people that this is important to him and he’s ready to be an NFL starting quarterback,”
If you think the fans of the Cleveland Browns are fed up with the constant turnover and turmoil in Berea, it appears the players are right there with them. In an excellent profile of Browns offensive tackle Joe Thomas written by Grantland’s Robert Mays, it’s reported that roughly one dozen veterans on the team met with majority