The Browns play the Ravens and Dave and Dylan are breaking it down.
Will Jimmy Haslam ride out the storm or pull the plug yet again?
The final week of Ray Farmer’s four-week texting spree concludes with a stop at the San Diego Zoo.
Week 3 finds our hero making new friends in the Muni Lot, tangling with terrifying Raiders fans, and dealing with more ribbing from Kyle Shanahan.
Zero catches thus far for the veteran wideout
The Browns lost their second game and Dwayne Bowe was a healthy scratch, so Ray Farmer’s future is in doubt.
Yes, there were actually a few winners.
Last week, Waiting for Next Year obtained and shared text messages sent by Browns general manager Ray Farmer during the team’s Week 1 debacle against the New York Jets. Farmer was not in attendance during the Jets game, serving the first of a four-week suspension for texting the sidelines during games in the 2014 season,
A win is just a win, except when it’s AWESOME.
[Text notification sound]
On to 15-1!
Mike Polk makes us laugh about the Browns so we don’t cry.
Terrelle Pryor may be getting most of the hype, but while he sits on the sidelines nursing an injured hamstring, a wide receiver by the name of Josh Lenz is quietly sneaking into the picture for the Cleveland Browns pass-catching corps. If you saw any play from last week’s Orange and Browns scrimmage, it was
As the Cleveland Browns continue their decade-long search for a quarterback to lead them deep into the NFL postseason, team majority owner Jimmy Haslam III used Saturday morning to provide his general manager and head coach with a slew of support. Addressing the local media for the first time since the start of training camp,
Is the consternation a tad overblown? Cleveland Browns general manager Ray Farmer addressed the local media on Friday morning and, if what he says is accurate, any portrayal of discord between he and head coach Mike Pettine is nothing but a media-fueled narrative. “[Things are] great,” said Farmer of his relationship with his head coach.
Now these are the Browns we know and love — dysfunction, in-house battles, utter chaos — that’s the good stuff. Er, maybe. Head coach Mike Pettine and general manager Ray Farmer are rumored to be at odds over the recent release of former director of player engagement Jamil Northcutt, per Tony Grossi. Northcutt was hired last April, replacing former
When Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine says that Johnny Manziel’s water bottle-tossing incident from over the weekend is a non-story, I don’t really believe him. The fact that he’s being asked about it and the fact that it was all over the press means that it isn’t a “non-story.” No matter the media high
Writer D.H. Lawrence once said, “I want to live my life so that my nights are not full of regrets.” He would undoubtedly have understood the plight of the NFL General Manager. A 21st century version might sound more like this: “For three nights each year I want to conduct my team’s NFL drafts so that
I love the direction of the Cleveland Browns after seeing the results of the 2015 NFL Draft, but I’m almost too afraid to say it. The fear of thinking positively or being delusional is too great within me and my past as a Browns fan and commentator for me to just embrace complete positivity. That
Ray Farmer and the Cleveland Browns surprised many by using the bulk of their Day 3 selections, but no pick may have garnered more ‘wows’ than when they finished off their weekend by adding Oregon cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu with pick No. 241, a pick obtained in a trade with the Arizona Cardinals. It’s rare that a