There is some mutual interest between the Browns and free agent safety Tashaun Gipson, but he is preparing to test the waters of the open market.
Ray Horton spoke for the first time as the Cleveland Browns’ newest defensive coordinator, and had some thoughts about Barkevious Mingo.
Horton, Hue and Analytics. It’s been a while since the WFNY crew discussed the Cleveland Browns.
Startin’ to come together Pepper, it’s startin’ to come together.
After conflicting reports, Ray Horton will interview with the Cleveland Browns.
Ray Horton was in Cleveland briefly as a part of Rob Chudzinski’s staff that ended up being fired immediately following their first season on the job. The Browns weren’t great that season, but even most demanding fans were pretty shocked with the swiftness and decisiveness barely a year after the crew was hired. When the
Browns new head coach Hue Jackson is already flooding the NFL Rumor mill with potential defensive coordinator hires.
The Cleveland Browns wind down a lost season, and there’s no sense that they believe in stability.
In a Triangle blog entry for Grantland, Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine is a heavily featured piece in the puzzle surrounding the evolution of defense in the NFL. Titled “Don’t Stop Frontin’”, Robert Mays digs into the always-changing formations of some of the game’s most successful defensive units. The Buffalo Bills were ranked among the top four
The Browns seemed to be set to be one of the most active teams in free agency as the period began. They signed Karlos Dansby and Donte Whitner very quickly and were off to the races. They followed that up with an offer sheet to Andrew Hawkins, a smaller move on special teamer Isaiah Trufant
We don’t do a regular Monday morning podcast with Scott Raab anymore, but whenever there’s something that needs to be discussed, he’s there for us. With the Browns’ hiring of Mike Pettine and ending the lengthy coaching search, it was a good time to catch up. We discussed the Browns’ search. We discussed Mike Pettine
As rumored yesterday, the Tennessee Titans have now reportedly hired Ray Horton to be their new defensive coordinator. Today’s confirmation was first reported by the Plain Dealer’s Mary Kay Cabot. On Friday, the rumor that Horton was the Titans’ preferred choice was shared by The Tennessean’s Jim Wyatt. In Tennessee, Horton will reunite with new
Browns offensive coordinator Norv Turner is close to a deal to take the same job with the Minnesota Vikings. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported the news earlier on Thursday morning. The connection had been rumored yesterday when Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer took the job in Minnesota, leaving the Browns as the final vacancy in the
Dave Bryan from Steelers Depot (@SteelersDepot) is one of the best podcast guests we have. He’s super knowledgable, and is always great at breaking down what’s happening without the rose-colored glasses. Dave Bryan and not being a homer for the Steelers Is there ever a justification for firing a coach after one year? Brian Hoyer
While We’re Waiting is a space on the WaitingForNextYear website where we share links every day. We’ve been doing it for about four years or so. Denny Mayo used to be much more amusing with his intros, if you recall. You know the drill: Email us with suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Phenomenal research here on the top QBs
I’ve assumed since the Browns fired Rob Chudzinski that Josh McDaniels was the favorite to be the next coach of the Cleveland Browns. Not to say that McDaniels is necessarily my preference, but his connections to Michael Lombardi seemed all the more indicative that he should be the favorite until I heard otherwise. Well, thanks
The Minnesota Vikings will interview Cleveland Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton for their open head coaching position on Tuesday next week. The Detroit Free Press’ Dave Birkett first reported the story on Friday evening. ESPN’s Adam Schefter later confirmed it. Horton, 53, had just one year with the Browns after serving in the same role
Scott Raab couldn’t be finished with the WFNY Podcast for 2013 after what happened over the weekend, so we decided to do one more in 2013. We touched on all of the obvious topics including… Scott Raab talking about the Browns Dumpster fire’s use in the mainstream Joe Banner and the ego that goes with
I could sit here and break down what happened in the Steelers game, but I have no interest in doing that. The only thing on my mind right now is what an embarrassment the Cleveland Browns organization continues to be with today’s “one-and-done” rumors involving Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski. Granted nothing has happened yet,
“I don’t even like talking about it. I know it’s a business and things change all the time, but as far as I’m concerned I haven’t thought about that one time. I feel good in my position where I am. From what I know, I’m part of the plans, I’ll be here next year.” “Now