Could Jimmy Haslam swap the Browns for the Titans?

Jimmy Haslam Cleveland Browns

In what would be a move best made for a cable-based reality television show, could Jimmy Haslam Jr. swap his stake in the Cleveland Browns for that of the Tennessee Titans? According to CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora, the sale of the Titans is becoming a reality. It’s long been rumored, but the wheels are apparently


Could the Browns trade up to No. 2 for Marcus Mariota?

Marcus Mariota

The Tennessee Titans are—believe it or not—a bigger mess than the Cleveland Browns. They also have a young quarterback who they feel could potentially be the future of the team, leading at least one NFL writer, CBS’ Jason La Canfora, to believe that while Oregon’s Marcus Mariota will go second overall in the upcoming NFL Draft,


Browns looking to add to defensive backfield in wake of Skrine

Brandon Browner Parrish Cox Cleveland Browns

Buster Skrine leaving via free agency served to create yet another hole in the Swiss Cheese-like wish list for the Cleveland Browns, and it appears the team is doing what they can to kick the tires on potential replacements. On Thursday, the team plans to host free agent cornerback Perrish Cox, he formerly of the


Browns showing interest in Darrelle Revis—again

Darrelle Revis

When one of the best cornerbacks in the league effectively signs a series of one-year deals that bet on himself in exchange for future flexibility, he’s bound to be linked to several teams every March. Alas, thus is the case once again with Darrelle Revis coming off of a ring-winning season with the New England


Should the Browns be interested in Brandon Marshall?


The Chicago Bears are reportedly interested in trading receiver Brandon Marshall. Marshall has had a hugely productive career, including putting on one of the most incredible receiving days I’ve ever seen in person when his Denver Broncos lost at the hands of Peyton Manning’s Colts.1 Marshall went off for 200 yards on 21 receptions and


Browns considering former Buckeye Ted Ginn Jr

Ted Ginn Jr.

In the day where players tend to be better recruiters than their coaches, could Donte Whitner have enough pull to get fellow Clevelander Ted Ginn Jr. to be the next member of the Cleveland Browns? According to multiple reports, Whitner has been in talks with head coach Mike Pettine about adding the veteran receiver to


Browns may kick the tires on Michael Oher

Michael Oher

The Cleveland Browns are all set on the blind side as long as Joe Thomas is ambulatory, but they have struggled to find a top-flight right tackle to bookend the offensive line. Mitchell Schwartz has been inconsistent on the right side, and it’s no secret that the Browns would like to shore up that position.


Todd McShay has the Browns drafting TJ Clemmings and Devin Funchess in latest mock draft

Mock Draft

With defensive tackle Danny Shelton shooting up draft boards, the Cleveland Browns may have to shift their focus come this spring—at least according to one Todd McShay. Recall, ESPN draftnik Mel Kiper Jr. had the Browns landing the gargantuan Shelton in his first mock draft, but the big man out of Washington is now slotted


Kyle Shanahan gave the Browns a 32-point presentation on why he wanted out

Kyle Shanahan Cleveland Browns

Have you ever heard of a young, well-compensated offensive coordinator who was out of a job as little as a year earlier corralling his superiors and providing them with a 32-point presentation on why the team should let him out of his contract? Well, if not: Welcome to Berea! Take it away, CBS Sports’ Jason


Browns reach out to Brian Hoyer to discuss new contract

Brian Hoyer Cleveland Browns

So, about that whole benching thing… The Cleveland Browns, who find themselves in one of the worst quarterback situations in the entire NFL, have reportedly reached out to impending free agent Brian Hoyer in attempt to gauge interest in re-signing with the team. From’s Jeremy Fowler: “We’ve left the door open both ways,” said


Tony Grossi provides update on Cleveland Browns texting habits

Mike Pettine Cleveland Browns Johnny Manziel

So it appears that there may not have been texts sent from front office members to coaches after all. Though reports have circulated claiming that members of the Browns front office were sending text messages that were critical of play calling and personnel decisions,’s Tony Grossi reports that said texts were between front office members


Colts are favorites to sign CFL star, former Buckeye Duron Carter

(John Mahoney  / Montreal Gazette)

Do you remember Duron Carter? The son of Hall of Famer Cris Carter, who had that very brief stint of his own at Ohio State? Well, Carter has emerged as a star in the Canadian Football League and has suddenly attracted the interest of several NFL teams. CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora reported on the


Titans and Texans would be interested in free agent Brian Hoyer

Brian Hoyer Cleveland Browns

Brian Hoyer’s contract situation remains up in the air. And with that long-term uncertainty, rumors will continue to fly in every possible direction. There had been some talk that last Thursday’s game against the Bengals was a “referendum” game for the 29-year-old veteran out of Michigan State. In return, he had one of his best


NFL Rules on Josh Gordon: Suspension upheld, Browns pissed

  Sources tell FOX Sports 1’s Mike Garafolo that Cleveland Browns Pro Bowl wide receiver Josh Gordon’s one-year suspension has been upheld despite appeal. The NFL later confirmed said ruling with a press release. Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Browns had been growing a bit impatient with the NFL’s unwillingness to rule on the potential


Should the Browns take a look at Stephen Hill?

As the Cleveland Browns’ wide receiver issues continue into the fourth week of the preseason, one interesting name is bubbling up in the NFL trade rumor mill in the New York Jets’ Stephen Hill. ESPN New York’s Rich Cimini believes the Jets should and will try and trade Hill, with the player potentially being a roster casualty


A two-QB system for Johnny Manziel? Not so fast.

Mike Pettine isn’t buying in to the hype. With rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel losing the Cleveland Browns’ preseason competition, many throughout the league expected the team to utilize a two-quarterback system that would allow the mobile, play-making Manziel to have a package of plays designed for his unique skill set, subbing him in for Brian Hoyer


Did the Browns break an “unwritten rule?”

The Cleveland Browns made a relatively below-the-radar move earlier this month, adding offensive lineman Michael Bowie after he was waived by the Seattle Seahawks. Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable appeared on 710 ESPN Seattle, suggesting that the Seahawks still believed in Bowie and that the Seahawks expected the Browns to stay away from him,


Josh Gordon verdict could take another week

Looking for some closure in the Josh Gordon saga? You’ll have to wait a bit longer. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports the Josh Gordon verdict may not be handed down from the NFL before the end of next week. The reasoning this time? Typing speed. Gordon’s two-day appeal hearing with Harold Henderson reportedly contained a high


Brian Hoyer to start Browns’ first preseason game under center

By many accounts, rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel “won” training camp on Wednesday, but Brian Hoyer will be getting the start on Saturday when the Browns and Lions lock horns for the 2014 Great Lakes Classic. #Browns Pettine: Hoyer will start Saturday vs. Lions. — Scott Petrak ct (@ScottPetrak) August 6, 2014 Manziel’s playbook wrestling has him behind