Researching the players selected 49th in the NFL draft shows Browns general manager John Dorsey will have to be shrewd to find an impact player if he stands pat with
Is Ezekiel Elliott nearing the end of his Cowboys' tenure? How running backs have become the NFL's most expendable commodities
by: Tim Cowlishaw — Dallas Morning News 14h
The comments may have been as innocuous as they sounded. The Cowboys could use one of their precious and few draft picks Friday or Saturday to seek...
by: Poch de la Rosa — Clutchpoints 19 Apr
The Cleveland Browns have their fair share of must-watch games on the 2019 NFL schedule. We’re going to rank how exciting these games are. We will also consider intriguing storylines. These games will fire up any die-hard Browns fan. 5. Miami...
by: alex.reimer — WEEI: It Is What It Is 19 Apr
It appears as if Robert Kraft’s sex tape is on the brink of getting released. Earlier this week, Florida prosecutors argued state law mandates they publicize the videos immediately, despite the
by: Steve Doerschuk — Akron Beacon Journal 19 Apr
The trading of ways of John Dorsey have run the gamut from intricate to unusual to amusing to eerie, but the common theme is the trades never stop and are sure to continue during the 2019 draft.
by: Author: Matthew Florjancic Published: 1:55 PM EDT April 19, 2019 Updated: 1:55 PM EDT April 19, 2019 — WKYC Cleveland 19 Apr
General manager John Dorsey has been impressed by how hard Kareem Hunt is working to represent the Cleveland Browns well, on and off the field.
by: Terence Moore — Forbes 19 Apr
With the collapse of the Alliance of American Football, the National Football League is showing (again) it's indestructible. The NFL has survived so much stuff, and it only gets stronger by the moment. So deal with it.
by: Nick Dudukovich — Fansided: Factory of Sadness 19 Apr
Trade rumors involving what the Cleveland Browns might do with Duke Johnson won't go away, as the Eagles are reportedly still interested. In Cleveland Brow...
by: Matthew Marczi — Steelers Depot 19 Apr
Back during the NFL Scouting Combine, Cleveland Browns General Manager John Dorsey seemed to give a less than concrete answer regarding the future of veteran running back Duke Johnson, who has been increasingly taking a back seat in the offense....
by: Jeff Schudel JSchudel%40News-Herald.com %40JSProInsider on Twitter — The News-Herald 19 Apr
A devastating knee injury to one of the best players in the 2019 draft could ultimately work to the Browns favor.