Browns beat reporter Mary Kay Cabot joined Baskin & Phelps Tuesday to discuss her one-on-one interview with new team quarterback Josh McCown, why signing the 35-yr old does make some sense for the team, the lack of expectations for Johnny Manziel after he’s done in rehab, if Jordan Cameron will be moving on from Cleveland, possible targets such as Brian Hartline and Andre Johnson, and still waiting for the results of the text scandal investigation.
Browns Beat: 92.3’s Daryl Ruiter joined Baskin & Phelps Monday to discuss the acquisition of QB Josh McCown, what the “plan” for the team could be at that position and in the draft, if the team should use the franchise tag, and more.
Mock Monday: Scott Wright of DraftCountdown.com joined Baskin & Phelps to discuss why he has Cleveland taking a WR in the first round of his mock draft, why a trade-up for Marcus Mariotta could be realistic, if there are solid options to draft a new TE if Jordan Cameron doesn’t re-sign, looking all the way forward to 2016 when Cardale Jones and Connor Cook could enter the draft, and more.
Browns beat reporter Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle Telegram Monday to discuss the signing of Josh McCown, circumstances where the move may make sense, the Browns’ front office vs Brian Hoyer, looking for what it would take to have faith in the decision makers, why he expects Jordan Cameron to not be franchise tagged or re-sign, and more.
The Browns have yet another new quarterback, and this one has a familiar last name.
Cleveland.com columnist Dennis Manoloff of the Cleveland Plain Dealer joined Baskin & Phelps Friday to discuss the Cavaliers’ impressive win over Golden State, LeBron James making a statement, continuing to evaluated David Blatt as an NBA head coach, what it means if the Browns sign Josh McCown in free agency, the Indians new ticket offers to get younger crowds in the doors, and more.
Around the NFL author Chris Wesseling of NFL.com joined Baskin & Phelps Friday to discuss his Browns Offseason Forecast, if trying to sign 35-yr-old Josh McCown is a good idea, predicting what will happen to some of the Browns’ free agents, if there are any free agent QB’s worth looking at, and more.
92.3 beat reporter Daryl Ruiter joined Baskin & Phelps in studio to discuss the recent events he’s been covering, including the Cavaliers and Warriors shootarounds as they prepare to play Thurs night, Roger Goodell attending a function in Canton to answer questions, free agent priorities for the Browns in the offseason, and more.
Andrew Siciliano of DirecTV’s Red Zone Channel and the NFL Network joined Baskin & Phelps Thursday to discuss Roger Goodell’s comments about Browns owner Jimmy Haslam, how the team’s problems are viewed nationally, the QB options available for teams such as Buffalo and Cleveland, the idea of the NFL draft moving around to different cities, if AJ Hawk or Ted Ginn make sense for the Browns, and his thoughts on the crazy Dez Bryant video rumors.
Buffalo News author Vic Carucci, formerly of ClevelandBrowns.com, joined Baskin & Phelps Wednesday to discuss the Browns’ rebranding process, the similar QB problem the Bills and Browns share when looking for the next big signal caller, not being shocked if Brian Hoyer ended up in Buffalo, and if Sam Bradford is a realistic option for any of the teams looking for a quarterback.