Former Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine sits down with Tony Grossi and refers to Justin Gilbert and Johnny Manziel as his biggest regret.
Successful NFL franchises are built upon the cyclical nature of the athletes on their team. The team drafts new players to be taken under the wing of veteran players in their prime, and the front office supplements the roster with useful but inexpensive players for depth. The prime veteran players are allowed to leave before
An argument that the Cleveland Indians are the only well-run sports organization in town.
I hate when I write something and it basically expires the next day. That’s what this week felt like after the Browns fired everyone, elevated a non-football guy, and then hired a well-respected baseball exec. It was a lot of ups and downs from being confused and nervous to somehow being hopeful all in the
A game-by-game review of the Cleveland Browns 2015 season, from Josh McCown’s fumblecopter in Week 1 to the Week 17 beatdown at the hands of the Steelers.
On Black Monday, after the Cleveland Browns had already finished cleaning house on Sunday night, Scott Sargent and I headed down to WKYC to do a show about what it all means. Stephanie Metzger of WKYC was with as well to field the Facebook questions that were rolling in. We discussed the end of Mike
Snow is falling and the Browns are headed home.
In Sashi We Trust?
What did Jimmy Haslam say about the latest firings – his third round – in Berea?
After all the reports and rumors of his demise, the Cleveland Browns made it official on Sunday, firing Head Coach Mike Pettine after two seasons. The writing was on the wall for Pettine’s dismissal following the Browns season finale 28-12 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. That was apparently a full game longer than
The Cleveland Browns have reportedly kicked off their explosive offseason. Before the game today versus the Pittsburgh Steelers, according to the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, General Manager Ray Farmer was “relieved of his duties.” The timing is curious that it occurred before the game on Sunday because Farmer was seen by TV cameras sitting and
Does anyone want to talk about the game itself? The Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Football1 played on Sunday and it was kinda meaningful in many ways, but really, who cares? Pittsburgh had playoff implications and the Browns had draft implications, which is the way life has been for both teams for the better part of
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
A long December, but no reason to believe that maybe this year will be better than the last.
Well, another year gone, another year without a Cleveland sports championship. The Ohio State Buckeyes inaugural CFP championship was nice and all, but Columbus is not Cleveland (as the saying goes). So, as we enter 2016, it is time to make some New Year’s resolutions. WFNY sitewide resolves to never discuss Johnny Manziel again. Hahaha,
The Cleveland Browns training complex in Berea has housed some interesting conversations lately. Here are some painstaking transcriptions of a few.
Per Bleacher Report’s Jason Cole, the Cleveland Browns are leaning toward keeping head coach Mike Pettine and firing general manager Ray Farmer
Johnny Football was back, but there was no Mike Evans to be found.
LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are dominating Christmas schedules with their marquee matchup with the Warriors.
In the event you forgot some of this season’s lowlights…