Finally, the 2015 NFL season is upon us. Finally, there can be potentially positive news about the Cleveland Browns. Or, at least, there can be news about actual football rather than about coaches appearing on police blotters, backup quarterbacks shoulders, and the seventh wide receiver on the team being waived for a third string running
The Browns open their season against the Jets. We have fun at their expense.
*Now* it’s Browns season
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Buckeye on Buckeye love.
Despite Vegas odds, we don’t think Mike Pettine should be fired.
Despite the injuries and struggles in the pre-season, the Browns might have their best receivers since 1999.
Fourth-round pick Vince Mayle, however, was cut.
Has Pryor shown enough to make the final 53?
Finally, mercifully, the preseason has come to a close.
Thursday night marks the fourth and final game of the 2015 Cleveland Browns preseason. For most, this game cannot end soon enough, signaling the end of what is arguably the worst stretch of the NFL season. But for a select few, Game 4 could make or break a career—a fringe player getting the attention of
The Cleveland Browns are one preseason game away from finally preparing for the games that count. It has been a long and interesting preseason with the Browns sitting at 1-2, winning their third preseason game on Saturday versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. We have seen some players play well and others struggle. After they take the
Terrelle Pryor could be one of the Browns’ toughest decisions.
Injuries, inconsistencies and third-down defense have plagued the Browns, but it hasn’t been *all* bad.
The injuries are nagging, but Danny Shelton is one, gigantic silver lining.
As if the Browns needed more injuries to their battered and bruised roster, receiver Terrelle Pryor and cornerback Justin Gilbert missed all of and the majority of, respectively, Tuesday’s final joint practice with the Buffalo Bills at St. John Fisher College. Pryor was held out of practice due to a sore hamstring he had injured
Quarterback turned wide receiver Terrelle Pryor, who missed the Browns preseason opener against the Washington Redskins last Thursday, was back at practice in Berea Saturday. Pryor had been turning heads in Browns training camp before a hamstring injury forced him out of action. Joe Thomas, defensive lineman Billy Winn, and running back Luke Lundy were
“Nothing significant on the injury front to report,” Browns head coach Mike Pettine said to lead off his statement to the media after the Cleveland Browns completed their first preseason game of the 2015 NFL season. There might not be a better statement that a NFL head coach can make at the conclusion of a
I can’t say I was shocked when I first saw the hints of a brand new DWI report fly across my Twitter screen today involving Josh Gordon. I got a quick lesson in making assumptions. As it turns out, it was a surprise to everyone, especially suspended Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon, who has had
I went solo again to talk about the Cleveland Browns. Namely, I wanted to talk about Johnny Manziel and his future with the Browns even as a backup quarterback. Make sure you subscribe to the podcast on iTunes! At what point is Johnny Manziel’s future with the Browns at risk? What about Justin Gilbert? Will