The Wednesday WWW was manned by the great Rick Grayshock, who has since moved onto other endeavors. It will be a tough act to follow him, but on most Wednesdays during the Tribe offseason, I will be taking this space over. So wish me luck and I hope you enjoy my spin. Did you know
Joe Banner is on Twitter and he’s not holding back.
There were many fantastic reactions from around the internet on yesterday’s news of the confirmed one-year suspension for Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon. Let’s go to the excerpts. From SB Nation’s David Roth: In Josh Gordon’s case, as in all the variously appalling decisions that have preceded it, the NFL is sticking to its
I talked to Zac Jackson at Browns training camp today about coming on the podcast and eight hours later he was on it. I’m a fan of Zac’s work and was glad he was willing to come on. We discussed the following… LeBron James coming home and that impact on media Fantasy football Twitter block parties
The Cleveland Indians ownership has taken a lot of bullets over the years for being “cheap.” While that’s a relative term in a game that is notoriously unbalanced in terms of payrolls, if nothing else, it’s fair to call it a facile and slightly lazy dig at this point. I’m not saying you can’t make
Say what you want about Andrew Wiggins and his question marks—the other athletes (and various owner types) in the city of Cleveland appear to be fully on board with the Cleveland Cavaliers’ selection of the Kansas product with the No. 1 pick in the 2014 NBA Draft. Welcome to the Cleveland @22wiggins! The sky is
If any outlets are considering running a Best Cleveland Athlete Twitter contest, Browns running back Ben Tate may have sealed his victory just months after becoming a part of the city. Not only did Tate immediately pander to/embrace Cleveland upon signing his contract, he recently used the medium to give away 44 tickets to Tuesday’s
It’s the Friday before a holiday weekend and I feel like a teacher that knows everyone’s mailed it in with their minds on the sunshine and cookouts and cornhole. Anyway, try to stay with me for just another 20 minutes. ***** Twitter stinks… for many many things. The more we’ve become comfortable with Twitter
For the third time in four seasons, the Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA lottery. The most recent iteration comes with the team, who was actually trying to win, having a 1.7 percent chance at coming out with the No. 1 pick. Naturally, Twitter went insane. Take a look. #CavsGoodKarma #ThisIsUnbelievable pic.twitter.com/inopvlVKE6 — ESPN Cleveland (@ESPNCleveland)
Should we just assume they quickly changed 26 to 22 without paying mind to the ordinal? Maybe whomever was in charge just found the word twenty-tooth funny? Either way, welcome to Cleveland, Johnny.
Attempting to disseminate an article by ClevelandBrowns.com editor Vic Carruci, the Cleveland Browns’ official Twitter feed decided to do what most do these days—adding a picture to their tweet. The only problem? The image the Browns chose was not of Kyle Shanahan. The Browns may not be entirely clear on who they hired. http://t.co/SXdywy9xDh pic.twitter.com/hX47V5k5vh
Denny continues to be a doting father and Jon came in to do some podcasting. We talked about a lot of random things. WFNY going viral with Mike Pettine’s daughter’s tweet Baby photos and storage Owning the IT solution vs getting the job done Reading the instructions helps a lot The genius bar and putting
It’s a Joncast. What else is there to say? Do the Cleveland Browns losses actually happen everywhere? The great screw job of 2013 The referee already had the flag out Should Chud have gone for two? What is a catch in the NFL and how do you decide what is or isn’t? Should the Browns
What was the sports world thinking when Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden “threw” this history-bound pass? WFNY has you covered, and it may or may not have been just as one would expect. It’s safe to say that Cleveland and NFL Twitter alike saw a considerable spike in activity… Brandon Weeden just threw a pass like
While the genesis and timing of the actual decision are still unknown, there was a point leading up to Wednesday night’s American League Wild Card game where I decided that I was going to watch in solitude. Not alone, in a closet, with some tin foil antennae attached to a 16-inch television while I consume
With the Indians hosting the Tampa Bay Rays tonight at Progressive Field, I thought it was worthwhile to parse through all of the best pictures on Twitter on Tuesday to share with you on the site. Here, without further bantering, are my favorite 13 best tweets (almost all pictures) from all separate accounts during the
Another week of Casual Friday in the books talking to Denny. We talked about away fans, Apple (the company,) home construction, brand rivalries and preferred vacation styles. The Browns playing in Baltimore and Denny’s lack of desire to go to the game Away team gear in a foreign stadium Away fan cheering and the desire
I learned about the Cavs signing Andrew Bynum while on Twitter. This is how I get the vast majority of my news. In 140 character chunk. A few hours after Chris Broussard broke the Bynum news, I called my brother to discuss Chris Grant’s awesomeness and I ended up breaking the Bynum news to him.
Cleveland Indians closer Chris Perez released an official statement following the much-discussed deactivation of his Twitter account. “The decision to deactivate my Twitter account was a personal choice I made in order to maintain the greater focus on the success of the team this season and our shared goals moving forward. We have an extremely
Cleveland Indians closer Chris Perez has had enough. Following Monday afternoon’s extra-innings win against the Seattle Mariners, thus completing a four-game sweep at Progressive Field, Perez deleted his Twitter account largely in part to the barrage of hate-laced tweets being sent his way. Perez, a two-time All-Star with the Indians, has become a bit of