CLEVELAND (AP) — The Browns have a new general manager, and they don't any need time to get to know him.
by: Andrew Gribble — NFL: Cleveland Browns 3h
Berry becomes the youngest GM in NFL history
by: Andy Davies — Lazy Fan Sports 3h
So it's official, we now know who will be playing in Super Bowl 54 in Miami. The Hard Rock Stadium will host the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers
by: Pat Opperman — Browns Nation 5h
According to many NFL observers, one of the brightest future general managers resides in the Cleveland Browns front office. His name is Eliot Wolf.
by: Tim Twentyman — NFL: Detroit Lions 9h
Tim Twentyman answers 10 fan-submitted questions as the Lions transition to offseason mode.
by: Beacon Journal — Akron Beacon Journal 24h
Finally, the Cleveland Browns have a new general manager in Andrew Berry. On the latest edition of the Cover 2 podcast, Nate Ulrich and Dan Kadar get together to talk about the hiring of Berry, and what his priorities need to be.The biggest issue...
by: Liam Jenkins — Philly Sports Network 27 Jan
The coaching/personnel turnover this offseason has been exhausting for the Eagles. On top of new coaches and a new coordinator still needing to be sourced, they’ll now need to find a new Vice President of Football Operations. After weeks of...
by: Scott Petrak — Browns Zone 27 Jan
If the Browns need this much time to hire a general manager, we can take four weeks to complete the annual season wrapup. One of these Januarys won’t be filled with exhausting coaching and general manager searches, but this isn’t the one. And while...
NFL draft analyst: Why the Lions should consider Tua Tagovailoa, ultimately take Jeff Okudah - mlive.com
by: Kyle Meinke | email@example.com — Michigan Live 27 Jan
The Lions hold the third overall pick in the NFL draft.
by: Justin Rogers, The Detroit News — Detroit News 24 Jan
With Darius Slay recently turning 29 years old and set to enter the final year of his contract, the Lions figure to be in the market for a corner this offseason.
by: Dave Birkett, Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 24 Jan
Jeff Okudah, a first-team All-American who had 3 INTs this season, is a better prospect than former Ohio State CBs Denzel Ward and Marshon Lattimore
by: Brent Schwartz — USA Today: Patriots Wire 24 Jan
Could the Browns abort Baker Mayfield plan in favor of Tom Brady?