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?
2016’s receiving corps could be taking shape.
Sifting through the entire roster to determine which players on the Cleveland Browns are worth keeping in 2016.
Hey, so have you enjoyed the short week? What better way to take advantage of a national spotlight than to demonstrate an absence of basic competence with an embarrassing potential game-winning field goal getting blocked and returned for the loss-clinching touchdown. All while having the fan favorite (and fan reviled) Johnny Manziel suit up, but
If we ignore that awful slide, Austin Davis didn’t look too, too bad on Monday night.
The Cleveland Browns might have lost a Monday Night Football game to the Baltimore Ravens with one of the more convoluted and gut-wrenching endings in the recent history of football, but I do not care about the loss. I gained more in the three plus hours spent on watching the team than a loss could
Ah, Thanksgiving week. A good week to assess everything going right with your life on the year and give thanks even when sometimes it seems there is more wrong than right. The Cleveland Browns sure know how it feels to be on the bad side of the ledger, yet they must be thankful the fans
Things aren’t all bad in Berea.
Travis Benjamin is having a great year, and statistically he has the best hands.
Can the Browns contain Todd Gurley? Slow down the Rams pass rush? Get after Nick Foles? Find a useful receiver beyond Travis Benjamin and Big Play Gary Barnidge? We dive into the nitty gritty of Browns-Rams.
A lot of winners despite a loss.
Spoiler alert: It ain’t pretty.
Should Josh McCown be starting? Will the Browns finally run the ball (or stop the run)? Can they pressure Philip Rivers? Are the special teams a concern? The gang takes to the roundtable.
Yes, there were actually a few winners.
The Browns seemed to have two teams play for them today. One team looked lost and pathetic and one looked like a competent team with effort and moxie. Sadly the former was more present than the latter. The Browns dug a huge hole, going down 27-10 to the lowly Raiders. A fourth quarter comeback made
Welcome to another week in As the Quarterback Carousel Turns. The past week has seen Josh McCown clear concussion protocol and be re-instated at starting quarterback. After the theatrics in a 28-14 win over the Tennessee Titans, many believed the correct decision was to go with the second-year quarterback rather than the 36 year old
Starring Johnny and Travis.
It’s all about the Benjamin