Von Miller is an example of how the Cleveland Browns miss on more than just quarterbacks.
Can Josh McCown and the Browns offense score against Denver’s defense? And will the Browns defense be able to keep Peyton Manning down?
His departure was a case study in Browns front office chaos
Joe, Johnny and others as they raise money for some great causes: The Lake Health Foundation, Captains Charities and Special Olympics.
Whether or not the Browns will miss T.J. Ward as they welcomed Donte Whitner as his replacement this off-season is up for debate, but I tend to think the Browns will be just fine. That says more about Whitner than it does Ward, but there’s little doubt that you’d have to assume T.J. Ward and
CBS4 in Denver is reporting that former Browns safety T.J. Ward has a warrant out for his arrest. Ward, of course was a prize free agent for the Broncos as the Browns turned to Dante Whitner to play safety for them this year. The warrant became active Thursday. It was issued for Terrell R. Ward,
The Browns have signed Karlos Dansby and Dante Whitner, and you knew that there would be some departures as well. Those are starting to happen now. Shawn Lauvao is headed to the Redskins and T.J. Ward is headed to the Broncos. Lauvao disappointed a lot of Browns fans over the years, but the former third
In a last minute effort, I grabbed Mike Burgermeister of JimKanicki.com to talk about the Cleveland Browns’ first day of free agency. It was a lot of fun. We talked about Karlos Dansby, Dante Whitner, Arthur Moates, Emmanuel Sanders, Alex Mack, T.J. Ward, Shawn Lauvao and much much more! Check out this episode!
I have no idea what the Browns will do with free agency this year, but I have some clear ideas about what I think they should and shouldn’t do. Despite the massive amount of money and the ever growing list of players available, I still think it’s a bad idea to build a team too
The Cleveland Browns could very well be losing SS T.J. Ward to free agency, but are thought to be very interested in acquiring former Buffalo Bills FS Jairus Byrd. Byrd is a three time Pro Bowl player that new head coach Mike Pettine worked with in Buffalo. Byrd reportedly turned down lucrative contract extension offers
The Cleveland Browns are one of the teams that Grantland’s Bill Barnwell thinks should dominate free agency. If his plan comes to fruition it will certainly be a one of the most active free agency periods in Cleveland Browns history. Barnwell claims the Browns should re-sign T.J. Ward, while acquiring the services of Knowshon Moreno,
The good folks at Dawgs by Nature have been doing the job over there when it comes to the Browns and their available cap space. It’s a difficult task with lots of factors changing constantly, but they’re on top of it. Now that the Browns are deemed to not owe Davone Bess his second year’s
On Monday the Browns placed the transition tag on free agent center Alex Mack. If Mack signs the one year tender and does not agree to another deal with the Browns or any other club, he will play for a little over $10 million dollars in 2014. That would be a nice raise. In 2013
Jim Kanicki (Mike Burgermeister) joined me today to discuss all things Browns. We talked about the Browns decision to release D’Qwell Jackson, the shakeup of the front office, the free agencies of Alex Mack and T.J. Ward, Mike Pettine and lots about the combine. Is the combine meaningful? If so, how meaningful? Check out this
ESPN Cleveland’s Tony Grossi reports this morning that the Cleveland Browns “have decided to pursue” free agents Alex Mack and T.J. Ward. “New Browns GM Ray Farmer and coach Mike Pettine have decided to pursue re-signing Pro Bowl center Alex Mack, according to a source familiar with their decision. The team also is making an
Chris Pokorny and our friends over at Dawgs By Nature have done some math and determined that the Browns should have somewhere north of $45 million available in cap space for the upcoming off-season. We all knew it would be a great deal of money, so it’s not a surprise, but even more than last
It’s always great to catch up with Dennis Manoloff (follow D-Man on Twitter) and it has been too long since I have done so. D-Man talked to me about a variety of topics today from the Browns hiring Mike Pettine, philisophically how he treats the Pilot Flying J case as a Browns story, and Anthony
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
The Cleveland Browns had five Pro Bowlers nominated to make the trip to Hawaii, but that wasn’t official enough for some people who discount that honor due to fan voting. Now, the AP has selected their best players of the year using a ballot of 50 voters. The Cleveland Browns were once again well-represented. Josh Gordon
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