The most Browns Sunday in a very long time.
On life beyond 140 characters and Bill Simmons’ return.
You come at the king, you best not miss
The year 2015 is strange indeed. We wondered how things would go over in terms of the Indians’ social media presence if the season didn’t turn out well. Despite the fact that the Tribe mostly disappointed and ended up selling some at the trade deadline, they’ve managed to keep their spirit and sense of humor
Cleveland Browns Pro Bowl safety Donte Whitner had a six-minute window before Tuesday morning’s practice in New York, and what did he do with it? Threw up the bat signal on Twitter, of course, telling fans that he would use that time to answer as many questions as he possibly could. Some highlights from the
Happy Monday, you crazy cats. Here’s hoping the weekend treated you well. And if you’re reading this anywhere near Cleveland, you were not only given a fairly successful string of Tribe games (more on this later) and a barrage of whistles and drills in Berea (more on this too), but all of this took place
Lest we forget, it was only a couple months back that Delly Fever infected wide swaths of Greater Cleveland. With the news that the Cleveland Cavaliers are officially retaining Delly by way of him signing a one-year deal, let us revisit the magical after-shocks of Game 3 of the NBA Finals, when Maryborough’s finest captured imaginations everywhere. Matthew
Happy Wednesday, Blawg Pound. And what a lovely Wednesday it is. I realize I often open this column with weather talk, and I’ve heard that in some circles weather talk is not considered the hippest subject on the block. Well I’ve got news for you, cool cats and chicks: weather is universal. We’re all in it.
Do you find yourself missing former Cleveland Browns kicker Phil Dawson? Well, bad news… he’s still pretty awesome. Thursday, the San Francisco 49er tweeted a video of himself nailing a field goal from 65 yards out: Deep sigh. The good news, however, is that if you find yourself missing good ol’ Philly D, you’re not
Hey what’s up hello, you guys. How are you all feeling after a fantastic weekend of Independence, NBA free agency rumors (Joe Johnson, eh?) and the United States Women’s National Team simply laying it to Japan in the World Cup Finals? I’ll be honest: I missed the first seven minutes of the match and turned
You read that correctly. Barack Obama — President of the United States, Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. Armed Forces, leader of the free world — has publicly stated his opinion on Cavalier guard J.R. Smith. He tweeted about him, anyway. President Obama, who just recently got his own @POTUS Twitter handle,1 invited followers to ask him
Ohio State championship-winning quarterback Cardale Jones, who made it known on Twitter that he wanted to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at a Cleveland Indians game, has finally been granted his wish. On Thursday, the Cleveland Indians tweeted that Jones will be throwing out the first pitch on June 5, when the team takes
Scrappy. Feisty. Pesky. Energetic. In the NBA, a supposedly complimentary adjective sure can carry a lot of baggage with it, suggesting more about what a player lacks than what he actually has to offer. For Cleveland’s folk hero du jour Matthew Dellavedova, even a coming out party in the playoffs can wind up re-purposed as
Happy Monday, you crazy cats. Your Cleveland Browns have added 12 new players, your Cleveland Cavaliers are set to tip off the second round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs and your Cleveland Indians actually won a game. We’ll be digging into all of the lakefront goodness over the next few hours, but While We’re Waiting… Good
The Cleveland Cavaliers are off for a week until they play again on Monday at The Q in the Eastern Conference Semifinals. With yesterday’s upset at the United Center, the Milwaukee Bucks remained alive and down 3-2 in their series against the Chicago Bulls for the right to face the Cavs. For most of the
You should all remember Lauren Hill, the college basketball player who decided to go forward with playing despite having been diagnosed with a brain tumor. Sadly, her brave battle came to an end on Friday morning with her passing away at age 19. Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James and Hill have a history as the young
I had occasion to sit down and get to know @sportsyelling and @BrutalStephanie in person. What resulted was a long podcast about friends and Twitter and sports and any number of other topics. I don’t even know how to put it in a bullet point list because it was so very much a meandering conversation.
There is no denying that Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Trevor Bauer is one of the more intelligent players in Major League Baseball. His penchant for mechanics and the how versus the why have made him into one of the league’s brightest young stars. Conversely, these same mannerisms—the pre-game routine, his replies to post-game questions—have made
Happy Monday, kids. We’re firmly in the throes of NFL Free Agency, Spring Training baseball, and the home final full month of regular season NBA basketball. We’ll have some thoughts on all three over the coming hours, but While We’re Waiting… Finally. Some long overdue comeuppance for Twitter trolls. We’re going on a week or so
It’s every other Thursday again!? Has it been two weeks already? Have I run out of creative segues into the topics at hand in my version of the WFNY-W3’s (which sounds like a tasty wing joint and a tax form simultaneously)? The answer is a resounding “Yes!”. ♦♦♦ Leading off, Kendrick Perkins is a Cleveland Cavalier. How