The Browns might have the fifth fastest team in the NFL

Travis Benjamin

Using an arbitrary and made-up methodology of measuring, Bill Barnwell has concluded that the Cleveland Browns might be the fifth fastest team in the NFL. This is the kind of stuff that doesn’t matter at all… until it does. By that, I mean that measuring the Cleveland Browns in any other manner other than wins

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D’Qwell Jackson’s free agent tour stops in Miami

dqwell jackson camp

If D’Qwell Jackson is looking for a new NFL team that has more continuity and less dysfunction than the Browns, he might barely be achieving that in Miami. Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel reports that D’Qwell visited with the Dolphins yesterday afternoon after the team re-upped Brent Grimes for four years and $32 million

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Browns add Dowell Loggains to the offensive fold

The Cleveland Browns have hired former Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains, though his official title is not yet known. The initial report comes from NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport. Former #Titans OC Dowell Loggains is now on the #Browns staff, per source. He’ll be QB coach or OC. To be determined — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 30,

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Ray Horton to join Tennessee Titans as defensive coordinator

Ray Horton

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

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Lions hire Jim Caldwell; Jim Tressel to follow?

jim caldwell

The Detroit Lions are set to hire Jim Caldwell as their new head coach and Jim Tressel could be on his way to Michigan as well. ESPN’s Adam Schefter first reported the news about Caldwell shortly after noon on Tuesday. Other confirmations continue to flow in. On Monday night, Sirius XM’s Adam Caplan shared that

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Tennessee Titans hire Ken Whisenhunt as head coach

NFL: Preseason-Seattle Seahawks at San Diego Chargers

The Tennessee Titans have hired three-time Cleveland Browns interview candidate Ken Whisenhunt as their new head coach. ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen first reported the news on Twitter at about 6:15 p.m. Monday. Within the next hour, the Titans officially confirmed the move. Whisenhunt, 51, had just finished his lone season as the San

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NFL Free Agency: Wimbley signs with Titans for five years up to $35 million

Kamerion Wimbley is headed to Tennessee to do what he should have been doing all along. Presumably, that means he will finally be an all-time defensive end. Adam Caplan reports by way of PFT… Adam Caplan reports that the Titans and Wimbley have agreed to terms on a five-year, $35 million deal with $13.5 million

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Holmgren Speaks… to Seattle Radio Station

Mike Holmgren broke his silence today as he spoke to Mitch in the Morning on KJR 950 in Seattle.  Here’s what he said… Mitch: How long you going to do this?  In 10 years are you going to be the President of the Cleveland Browns? Holmgren: Well, you know it’s hard to tell for sure.

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Cleveland Browns Film Room: Week 4 Covering the Tight End

Each week this season, we’ll take a seat in our very own WFNY Browns film room and break down a little tape from the previous week.  Do enjoy. Well, you knew that no subject I picked this week would look pretty on film after that game. The Browns were torched on Sunday by the Titans’

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Micro-Analyzing the Armond Smith Pitch

Everyone knows I was high on Armond Smith coming into the season.  This has nothing to do with that.  I fully realize that Smith wouldn’t have made this roster if not for the Brandon Jackson turf toe injury.  He fumbled the ball away in the pre-season and showed flashes of explosive play, but he would

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Browns Embarrassed by Titans Heading Into Bye Week

I debated whether or not to wait for the final score to post this recap.  The game was that over that early.  Don’t let a fourth quarter of Browns offense against the prevent defense fool you.  The Browns were schooled on Sunday.  They were schooled so badly that there was a Jake Locker sighting after

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Week 4: The Browns Will Win If…

The Browns are above .500! What’s that? Their opponents to date are a combined 1-8, and that one win came against the Browns? I say it again: don’t harsh my buzz. I personally didn’t think these Browns were destined for greatness, so it’s kind of a nice surprise to see them showing that they are,

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Cleveland Browns Tickets Available Through WFNY

An unsolicited testimonial came our way this morning from long-time reader REEPJP about WFNY Tickets: Nothing to do with the WWW, but I used WFNYTickets yesterday for the first time and it was a breeze! Scored 18 (yes, 18) tickets to the Browns v. Titans game on 10/2 for $30/ticket….I thought this was a steal

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Peyton Hillis Embraces Social Media and Supplementing His Income

I am a little bit surprised that Peyton Hillis’ contract hasn’t been a topic of conversation thus far this pre-season.  Even though we constantly hear what a nice, humble and pleasant guy Peyton Hillis is – and I’ve now seen it with my own eyes at camp – I still can’t believe we haven’t talked

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NFL Draft Busts Could Be a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

I have spent a lot of time on these pages talking about the need for a rookie wage scale in the NFL draft.  As a Browns fan, how could I not be obsessed with it?  The only first round pick that seems to be worth the money they have been paid is Joe Thomas and

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While We’re Waiting… Browns’ Special Teams, Second Round Talent, and Rich Rod Redux

While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email in the sidebar. “Perhaps this is most apparent in the team’s dominant performance on special teams. Dominant is no exaggeration here. It wasn’t just the field

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Browns vs Titans- What We Want To See

You know the drill. Third preseason game. This one is supposed to resemble an actual football game for at least a half, possibly longer. Obviously we don’t want to see any injuries, (a win would be nice as well!) but aside from that there are a few things that we (WFNY staff) would like to

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Former Buckeye Trapasso Trying to Make Name for Himself

A.J. Trapasso is the backup punter for the Tennessee Titans this pre-season after going undrafted this season.  Not thatI am truly surprised because as we know punters rarely get drafted.  Anyway, it has been an eventful campaign for Trapasso as he attempts to make a name for himself.  This week his name hit the news

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While We’re Waiting… The Death of Steve McNair, Manny Ramirez, Livingston and Laffey

While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your pleasurable viewing. Have something you think we should see and read about tomorrow? Send it to our tips email in the sidebar. Tragedy in Tennessee: “Former NFL quarterback Steve McNair was shot multiple times, including once in the head, and a

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Bonus Giving of Thanks

As bad as it has been to follow the Browns recently, let us all remember that there are those out there less fortunate than ourselves. It could always be worse. Let us give thanks this day that we do not, in fact, root for the Detroit Lions, losers of 19 out of their last 20

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