Will the Browns return from sunny San Diego with a .500 record?
Why do we do this every year again?
Two once-proud franchises, two teams defined by dysfunction, two baby winning streaks on the line. Bring on the Raiders.
The Cleveland Browns are set to face the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. Here’s your Browns Friday Fumble.
A battle of Heisman trophy winners ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Finally: Real NFL games!
Who are the best bets to succeed and fail in the NFL this year, and how will the Browns perform compared to their expectation of 6.5 wins?
Maybe Uncle Rog just needs a Snickers?
Forget the stars. The real heroes of football are the scrubs.
Happy Tuesday, WFNY! And welcome to “Dress Rehearsal” week! This is the week where we supposedly find out what our teams are really going to be like this season. I don’t know how true that really is. I wonder if anyone has ever done a study on correlation between dress rehearsal success and regular season
The Cleveland Browns lost to the Buffalo Bills 11-10 Thursday night in their second preseason game. It was far from a pretty performance, even with Johnny Manziel leading a 96-yard drive that culminated in a 21-yard touchdown pass to Shane Wynn. The Browns totaled 232 yards on offense, scored just that one touchdown and a field
As you’re reading this, I’m probably putting my son on the bus for his very first day of kindergarten. Enjoy knowing that as you read this I will be stone silent so as not to have my voice crack. Everyone who survived this week intact, please take a step forward. Not so fast Cleveland Browns
This episode is all about NFL quarterbacks. Yes, they get paid. Yes, they get overpaid. Anymore, it doesn’t matter though. Craig Lyndall tells you why it has to be that way. Have you subscribed to the WFNY Podcast on iTunes? Matt Flynn signed by the Jets and he’s made more than $18 million in his
What’s in a name, anyway?1 As an aspiring wordsmith, much of my existence is spent deciding when to emphasize that question and when to suppress it; when to answer it and when to ignore it. Words are the elements through which I express myself — my fingers nimbly tapping words across the keys of my board
Mash-ups are definitely having a moment right now. Food trends, hot music, even fashion… people like it when you combine two things that wouldn’t seem like they necessarily go together. So, what happens when you bring together the magic of mega-conglomerate Disney and the NFL? We’ll probably never know for sure, but thanks to @NFLRT
I love football. That’s probably the laziest way to start a post, and I’m sure it won’t be the last time I figuratively stammer out that platitude.1 My feeble attempt to articulate my inexplicable affection for a silly game is as eloquent and profound as Brick Tamland’s “I love lamp.” But the statement’s absence of imagination
Train like a Brown. Play like a Brown. Smell like a Brown? This season it’s a thing, as the Cleveland Browns have stocked the team’s training camp showers with body wash from Montez Renault — a company co-owned by linebacker Karlos Dansby. “It’s a good product, man,” Dansby said Wednesday. “It’s a great product, as
For the Browns, the fourth full-team practice on Sunday was not just an opportunity to try out a new look, it was a chance to give 2014 fourth-round pick Pierre Desir a chance to show his stuff at cornerback. With starting cornerback and eight-year veteran Tramon Williams given the day off, many may have expected
It’s officially (almost) that time, Browns fans. On Thursday, our team in orange and brown gathered in Berea for the first official day of training camp. Following the two-hour practice, Head Coach Mike Pettine talked with the media, sharing his take on the day overall—and on some specific members of the team. The high points?
Think of it like the first day of school—except not really at all, because half of the freshmen are over 300 pounds and there are quizzes about formations instead of fractions. Today, the Cleveland Browns’ 2015 rookie class reports to Berea for its first day of training camp. The Browns’ 12 overall draft picks were the