Joe Thuney would solve a lot of the Rams’ problems on the offensive line.
by: Kenneth Arthur — SB Nation: Turf Show Times 23 Jan
New digs often means new rags and for the LA Rams, that means new logo, colors, and uniforms in 2020. (I don’t know if "rags" is the right word for it, not to imply they’ll be tattered remnants...
by: Elliot Kennel — Fansided: Dawg Pound Daily 22 Jan
The addition of Bill Callahan to the Cleveland Browns coaching staff would be a major step forward to develop Cleveland players on the offensive line.
by: Anthony Treash — Pro Football Focus 22 Jan
PFF's Anthony Treash examines one player that each team should go after during 2020 free agency.
by: ClevelandBrowns.com — NFL: Cleveland Browns 17 Jan
It was another year with field renovations, surprise visits and more
by: Mark Bergin — Browns Nation 13 Jan
In 2020, the NFL will increase the amount of money teams are allowed to spend on players to range from $196.8 to $201.2 million.
by: Joe Johnson — Purple PTSD 12 Jan
The Vikings season ended Saturday in devastating fashion as the Vikings were bested in every way possible. From the coaches down to the… Everything, the Vikings were outplayed, out-schemed, outfox
by: Stu Jackson — NFL: St. Louis Rams 9 Jan
Austin Blythe helped stabilize the Los Angeles Rams' offensive line in 2019. Now, he's scheduled to become a free agent.
by: Kevin Modesti — LA Daily News 4 Jan
The Rams were the most hot-and-cold ‘good’ team in the NFL this season, liable to beat streaking Seattle by 16 and turn around the next week and lose to stumbling Dallas by 23.
by: Scott Patsko | firstname.lastname@example.org — Cleveland.com 4 Jan
The season was full of curious things that went unexplained. Maybe one day we’ll learn the answers to these questions. For now, they remain mysteries of the 2019 season.
by: Pat Opperman — Browns Nation 2 Jan
Freddie Kitchens took the fall for the Cleveland Browns' chaotic and disappointing season, but John Dorsey shares much of the blame.