Get pumped, folks.
The Cleveland Browns soft-spoken left tackle came strong at the NFL’s commissioner on Sunday afternoon.
The Cleveland Browns will take to the preseason field Thursday night, marking the first time that the two teams will have met since Johnny Manziel’s infamous bird-flipping incident last preseason. Plenty has changed since the preseason hype train of 2014: Brian Hoyer is gone, and Manziel is firmly the No. 2 quarterback behind newly acquired
The NFL Draft had long called New York City its home. The draft was held in New York every year from 1965 to 2014, with Radio City Music Hall the host from 2006 to 2014. That changed for the 2015 draft, which was held in Chicago for the first time since 1964; the city will
Happy Wednesday, Blawg Pound — but perhaps not for long. Ray Rice might be a Cleveland Brown soon. It’s far, far, far, far, far from a done deal, and it’s a long shot to happen at all. But there’s enough smoke there to suspect that one little flame might-could catch. To wit: the Browns running backs
The Cleveland Browns have had their fair share of running backs in recent memory and are currently still searching for “that guy” who can be their star out of the backfield. How far down the list are they willing to go? Don Banks of Sports Illustrated believes that free agent Ray Rice could possibly be a Brown
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
Terrelle Pryor may be getting most of the hype, but while he sits on the sidelines nursing an injured hamstring, a wide receiver by the name of Josh Lenz is quietly sneaking into the picture for the Cleveland Browns pass-catching corps. If you saw any play from last week’s Orange and Browns scrimmage, it was
The first depth chart of the NFL season is largely a formality, but with the Cleveland Browns’ first preseason game slated to kick off this Thursday, head coach Mike Pettine had to file something. Well, that something is a list of men in a largely unsurprising order, save for a few quick notes. No healthy rookies
Happy Monday, loyal WFNYers. I hope this edition of While We’re Waiting… finds you well and good on such a lovely Monday morning. How ’bout them Indians, eh? Assuming you’re still paying attention, you were treated to quite the weekend—one which we’ll have lots more on coming up. But in the meantime, you should make
He’s given up the Johnny Football moniker, yet it may be more fitting now more than ever. Johnny Manziel is focusing all of his attention on the field, and according to Browns head coach Mike Pettine, the work is paying off. “Absolutely [he’s made progress],” Pettine said after Thursday’s practice. “When you come in everyday
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
Browns linebacker Barkevious Mingo is scheduled to undergo arthroscopic knee surgery later today to repair a torn meniscus. Reports vary somewhat as to how long he’ll be out, but the consensus is up to four weeks. From the Akron Beacon Journal‘s Nate Ulrich: The injury occurred in a recent practice, the source said. Mingo practiced Tuesday
Terrelle Pryor tossed a touchdown pass to Travis Benjamin, and Joe Haden took the day off, but it would be the defense who would ultimately go on to win the camoflogue jerseys for the next day’s practice. Here’s a look at some of the action from Tuesday’s Cleveland Browns training camp in Berea.
Just days after Cleveland Browns general manager Ray Farmer stated that Terrelle Pryor’s quarterback skills would not play a role in his ability to make the team’s 53-man roster, offensive play-calling in Berea put No. 87’s old ways on display as the former Ohio State quarterback-turned-Browns wide receiver not only let loose from the backfield,
The Cleveland Browns broke out some digital camo uniforms, Pierre Desir ran with the first-string defense, and quarterback-turned-wide receiver Terrelle Pryor continued to impress fans in attendance. Here’s a look at some of the sights from Day 4 of Cleveland Browns training camp in Berea.
As the Cleveland Browns continue their decade-long search for a quarterback to lead them deep into the NFL postseason, team majority owner Jimmy Haslam III used Saturday morning to provide his general manager and head coach with a slew of support. Addressing the local media for the first time since the start of training camp,
When Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Danny Shelton was selected with the 12th overall pick in this past draft, one of the most important things on his bucket list that he wanted to cross off was to buy a house for his family. Although he stated that he must be financially stable, even after receving his
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans hauled in 68 passes for 1,051 yards and 12 touchdowns, but says Josh McCown kept him from being even better. In an interview with USA TODAY, Evans, when comparing himself to New York’s Odell Beckham Jr., had the following to say: “The quarterback would just look me off,
During the last few weeks, the NFL Network has released their top 100 players for the 2015 season and three Cleveland Browns made the list: Cornerback Joe Haden (No. 23), left tackle Joe Thomas (No. 25), and safety Tashaun Gipson (No. 67). The top Browns player on the list, Haden is one of the faces