Wide receivers? Well, the Cleveland Browns finally picked a bunch in the 2016 NFL Draft.
With the 2016 NFL Draft in the rear view mirror, the folks at WFNY discuss the highs and lows of the Cleveland Browns’ 14 newest players.
Yell “O-H” at a NFL game this fall and there will be plenty of players to yell back “I-O” to you from the field of play.
A look at WFNY’s coverage of the Browns in the NFL Draft, the Cavs’ chemistry headed into the second round, and a quick review of Drake’s “Views.”
The Cleveland Browns continued addressing needs in the NFL Draft on Saturday, selecting Baylor’s Spencer Drango with pick No. 168.
The Cleveland Browns released video of their phone call to Corey Coleman, letting him know he was going to be their selection in the first round.
Another sub-6-foot wide receiver, but Coleman barely is under that mark and has the potential to shine.
Picks on picks on picks. As expected by many, the Cleveland Browns have traded down yet again in the 2016 NFL Draft.
ESPN.com’s Todd McShay published his final mock draft and has the Cleveland Browns bolstering their wide receiver position with TCU’s Josh Doctson.
Former Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine sits down with Tony Grossi and refers to Justin Gilbert and Johnny Manziel as his biggest regret.
As the NFL Draft approaches, the folks at Nike Football have unveiled their latest signing in Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott.
The Browns are nowhere close to completing a football masterpiece, and that’s okay. The fun part of the draft is meeting the newest characters joining the cast.
The latest mock draft from ESPN’s Todd McShay has the Cleveland Browns landing Oregon defensive lineman DeForest Buckner at No. 8.
With a little over one week remaining until the 2016 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns and Philadelphia Eagles have swapped first-round draft picks.
It worked when the Browns got Alex Mack instead of Mark Sanchez. Notsomuch passing over Julio Jones and Sammy Watkins for Phil Taylor and Justin Gilbert.
With the Rams trading up to the first overall pick, the Cleveland Browns might not select a quarterback with the second overall selection in the NFL Draft.
TINSTAAQP might as well be part of the normal fan speak this time of year when it comes to the NFL Draft.1 There Is No Such Thing As A Quarterback Prospect is a subtly often repeated idea expressed through everything from whispers to shouts of names such as Ryan Leaf, JaMarcus Russell, Brandon Weeden, and
The Los Angeles Rams have jumped the Cleveland Browns in the NFL Draft thanks to a massive trade of picks to the Tennessee Titans.
Fans of Carson Wentz may not want the quarterback to come to Cleveland, but with the NFL Draft approaching, the kid looks ready to play for the Browns.
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.