It was a day to forget for rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield, but Cleveland Browns fans shouldn't overreact to his OTA struggles Three interceptions in an ...
by: Ryan Ward — Clutchpoints 54m
The Cleveland Browns want to improve as quickly as possible. After a winless 2017 campaign that everyone in Cleveland wants to forget, the struggling NFL franchise has done an admirable job of improving in specific areas through of their roster through...
by: Dan Labbe, cleveland.com — Cleveland.com 1h
Mary Kay Cabot and Dan Labbe offer their opinions on the Browns quarterbacks following the first open practice of OTAs.
Kiszla: It’s money, not patriotism, fueling NFL’s crackdown on players kneeling during national anthem
by: Mark Kiszla — The Denver Post 2h
Wrapping itself in the American flag, the NFL has put dissenting players back under its thumb.
by: Charean Williams — NBC Sports: Pro Football Talk 2h
Jarvis Landry has more catches than any other player in NFL history in his first four seasons. Yet, Landry ranked only 52nd in the NFL Network’s list of top-100 players. Landry considers hims…
by: Jeff Schudel — The News-Herald 3h
Browns players had mixed reactions on May 23 when informed NFL owners passed a rule allowing players to stay inside
by: Andrew McCarty — The Spun 4h
NFL practices opened this week as players took the field for voluntary OTA’s. Former No. 1 overall pick Baker Mayfield was in action on Wednesday afternoon as the cameras started rolling for the upcoming season of Hard Knocks. That was bad news for...
Veteran quarterback Tyrod Taylor reacts to Cleveland Browns' attempted trade for Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles - NFL Videos
by: N/A — NFL: Videos 6h
Cleveland Browns quarterback Tyrod Taylor reacts to the report that the Browns attempted to trade for Nick Foles before the 2018 NFL Draft.
by: N/A — NFL: Cleveland Browns 6h
Defensive back Jabrill Peppers addressed the media on May 23, 2018 after OTA practice. Jabrill talks about Hard Knocks, new NFL rules, Damarious Randall, Tyrod Taylor and Denzel Ward.
by: ESPN — NFL Nation: Minnesota Vikings 7h
NFL owners have approved a national anthem policy that requires players to stand if they are on the field during the performance but gives them the option to remain in the locker room if they prefer, it was announced Wednesday.