The Browns appear to be in discussions with one of their key soon-to-be free agents.
Cleveland Browns left tackle Joe Thomas says he wishes to be a part of the team’s rebuild under new head coach Hue Jackson.
Kellen Winslow Jr., still looking for that Boston Market, is trying to get back in the NFL.
Kirby Wilson has coached some of the greatest running backs to play the game of football, and he may be coming to Cleveland to join Hue Jackson and the Browns.
And no: Doug Marrone is not a “big name.”
Was Chip Kelly’s decision to head to Philadelphia entirely because of Joe Banner’s iron fist? Cleveland Browns fans may soon find out as the recently displaced Eagles head coach is reportedly back in the mix for the Browns’ soon-to-be vacant head coaching spot. According to Mike Florio at Pro Football Talk: Plugged-in source just said
It was widely believed that Johnny Manziel’s future in Cleveland would be better with the team’s current regime despite the tumultuous two season. With yet another disappointing Cleveland Browns season coming to an end on Sunday and a team and front office that is expected to have many transitions during the off-season, ESPN’s John Clayton
Could the Browns’ next GM be a 33-year-old wunderkind from Green Bay?
If anyone’s earned an extension…
As the days of Johnny Manziel in Cleveland appear to be drawing closer to an end, many fans and reporters are speculating as to where the second-year quarterback could see the next chapter of his career unfold. In an appearance on “The Dan Patrick Show” Thursday morning, ESPN’s Adam Schefter listed the St. Louis Rams,
Bernie Kosar’s name makes for some quality talk radio fodder, but it appears that another quarterback could be spending the post-playing chapters of his NFL career in Berea as a front office member of the Cleveland Browns. CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora reports that the Browns, along with the Tennessee Titans, are among the front-office
“I can say in no uncertain terms did I ever ask the Browns for a trade.” — Joe Thomas
The Browns trade rumors are swirling, and team president Alec Scheiner is said to be at the heart of it.
How about some lovely news heading in to Week 8?
Could Mr. West be heading to Texas?
Might the Browns be interested in the NFL’s oldest running back?
He can “throw the crap out of the ball.”
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
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
As we draw closer to the 2015 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns continue to be linked to Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota. The latest, coming from Tony Pauline states not only that the Tennessee Titans are looking to move the No. 2 pick, but that the Browns, owners of No. 12 and No. 19, are “front runners”