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Wide receivers? Well, the Cleveland Browns finally picked a bunch in the 2016 NFL Draft.
Just when you thought the Cleveland Browns couldn’t lose any other players to free agency, another free agent becomes a former Brown. On WWL Radio Tuesday night, New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton said that his team has signed former Browns linebacker Craig Robertson. Since coming into the league in 2012, Robertson has played
The Cleveland Browns’ wide receiving corps is a bit barren, but head coach Hue Jackson likes what he sees in Terrelle Pryor.
Just one week into free agency, gross generalizations and predictions for the 2016 NFL season are a bit premature, but Bleacher Report’s Mike Tanier already believes the 2016 version of the Cleveland Browns is on track to become one of the least talented teams in the modern NFL era. Following a 3-13 season in 2015,
Hey, a free agent! The Cleveland Browns have signed former Jet linebacker—and Josh McCown decapitator—Demario Davis.
Today could be the day
It’s fine to have faith that things will get better, but the Cleveland Browns have provided no evidence.
We discuss the Cleveland Browns free agency debacle with long-time commenter and friend of the site, Harv.
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Early returns on the NFL’s free agency market is not so good for the Cleveland Browns as two receiving options—Travis Benjamin and Marvin Jones—are off of the board.
Jones was a favorite of Hue Jackson in Cincinnati, and the Browns are going after the former Bengals wideout.
Special teams are definitely not the biggest problem for the Browns to worry about, but there are places where the unit can improve.
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Though once thought to have been working on a new contract, Browns wide receiver Travis Benjamin will now test the free agency market.
The Cleveland Browns finished another disappointing and dysfunctional season in 2015, ending the season tied for the worst record in the NFL at 3-13. This past season brought on a lot of change, including a whole new front office led by Sashi Brown and Paul DePodesta and a new coaching staff led by head coach
While he might currently be a free agent, all signs point towards wide receiver Travis Benjamin returning to the Cleveland Browns in 2016 and beyond. On ProFootballTalk Live on Thursday, Benjamin reiterated the fact that he wants to remain with the Browns. “Hopefully, I can lock up before March.” On Wednesday, Benjamin’s agent, Ronald Butler,
The Browns appear to be in discussions with one of their key soon-to-be free agents.
Which current Cleveland Browns players should be the most excited about Hue Jackson?