It seems Josh Gordon won’t be content until he’s out of the NFL. Maybe “content” isn’t the right word as it appears that maybe Josh Gordon is perfectly content with his lot in life as a screw-up. But is he a screw-up or is he an addict and are those two terms mutually exclusive? This
A startling lack of play-makers would lend itself to the Cleveland Browns being left off of any AFC North lists, but the trenches and the defense graded out incredibly well for Pro Football Focus and their All-AFC North team. While Joe Thomas was an interesting omission on the offensive side of the ball, rookie guard
Beef. It’s what for drafting.
So, Kyle Shanahan and Dowell Loggains are gone. The Browns appear all over Twitter and the Internet as a punchline once again. Let’s get down to it though. Is this really an unmitigated disaster? Is this the same old Browns for sure, or is this a petulant guy who was known as a petulant guy
Well, that escalated quickly. It seems like just yesterday that we were discussing the potential for Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and fellow 30-something quarterbacks coach Dowell Logains to be one-and-done. Turns out that there was plenty of fire to go along with that smoke. FOX Sports’ Alex Marvez was first with the story,
Update: Kyle Shanahan has been granted a release from the Browns. Is there dysfunction within the Cleveland Browns right now? Will Kyle Shanahan get consideration to become a head coach for another organization? Will Kyle Shanahan follow his father to the next gig if he gets hired on elsewhere? Is someone from the Browns’ personnel department
Imagine calling plays for an offense. The play clock is winding down. A crucial third down is quickly approaching. The defense is gaining momentum. And your cell phone is going off as front office members are texting you, mid-game, about the plays you’re choosing. Such is life in Berea as Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan
The Cleveland Browns are so up front and honest when talking about players right now, that there never seem to be huge shocking moments. In the past, I have no doubt that guys like Pat Shurmur and Mike Holmgren would have shrugged off every single question about Johnny Manziel and then when the season ended
The 2014 NFL season, at least the regular version, has come to an end. There were highs, there were lows. There was excitement, there was disappointment. There were winners and there were losers. The lights have been turned on and Semisonic is blaring through the surround. Here’s the final round. WINNER: Connor Shaw Let’s get
The Cleveland Browns had a season. Whether it’s “good” or “bad” will be up for a debate for quite some time as we parse all the ups and downs. What is not up for debate, at least according to Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam, is how the Browns will deal with young players who act
Looks like we’ll have to wait at least another nine or so months before our next Victory Monday. We’ll have plenty of Browns-related items over the coming hours, days and weeks as we watch the rest of the AFC North play in to January. But While We’re Waiting… Who’s to blame!? Scrolling through Twitter Sunday
Though the Cleveland Browns finished the 2014 season by losing their final five contests, team majority owner Jimmy Haslam committed to general manager Ray Farmer and head coach Mike Pettine on a going forward basis. In discussing the team’s issues immediately following the team’s ten-point loss to the Baltimore Ravens, Haslam stated that the duo—both just
Josh Gordon started the season suspended, so he might as well finish it that way, right? Mike Silver reported that Josh Gordon and Johnny Manziel missed the Browns’ walk-through, which might now seem to be inexcused, at least on Gordon’s part. Manziel has been deactivated for the rest of the season with his injury sustained
Regardless of how disappointing Johnny Manziel has been this season – and it was pretty disappointing – any talk of giving up on Manziel is wholly premature. I said as much this week on Les Levine’s show with Dennis Manoloff. I know Manziel looks horrible and he isn’t “fast” in the way Robert Griffin might
Nobody benefits more from the presence of Johnny Manziel than the Browns first first round pick Justin Gilbert. While everyone’s talking about the man with the last name “Football,” Gilbert has been unable to find the field ahead of undrafted K’Waun Williams and now Pierre Desir. To think there was a time where we wondered
The Cleveland Indians are under-represented on the podcast at times just because it’s not my main main focus. That’s what makes it so great when TD comes on to talk Tribe. Here’s all that we talked about. Indians off-season bringing in Brandon Moss Gavin Flioyd as Scott Kazmir Jose Ramirez and how Craig almost forgot about
Sports Illustrated’s Sportsman of the Year is an annual must-read. Sadly, that the national recognition rarely has anything to do with the teams or individuals whom we cover. In turn, WFNY will soon announce its choice for 2014’s Cleveland Sportsman of the Year. Here’s one of the nominations for that honor by an WFNY writer.
A divided fan base became all that much more divided Sunday as the Cleveland Browns lost miserably to the Buffalo Bills. This week, as the Browns face a must-win game against the Indianapolis Colts, the fans will smell blood regardless of who Mike Pettine chooses to start at quarterback. And to think this is going to
Ben Tate had fallen down the Cleveland Browns’ depth chart. Now he’s fallen off the roster.
Cleveland Browns general manager Ray Farmer spoke with the press on Tuesday, marking what was the mid-point of the season. Interestingly, a lot of the chatter I’ve been hearing the last day or so is that the press conference was a misstep. A lot of really good local media members are reading between the lines on comments