Doug Dieken Says "You Wonder" With Haden Injuries, "The Dependability Factor, From A Coaching Standpoint, Is Something You Really Look For"Doug Dieken talks about the Browns' loss to the Bengals and another injury at the quarterback position, Cam Erving's illness and where he's at physically, Joe Haden's continued lack of availability and the overall struggles of this defense...
Browns Notes: Hue Jackson Says 'We Are Not Trading Joe Thomas'Last year the Browns came close to sending Thomas to Denver for the Broncos' first-round pick but fear of a fan backlash within the organization factored into that deal falling through.
Browns Beat: Daryl Ruiter Pleads Hue Jackson To Stop Deferring After Winning Coin TossesBrowns Beat: 92.3's Daryl Ruiter joined Baskin & Phelps during Therapy Monday to discuss how Hue Jackson needs to stop putting his defense on the field to begins games, not wanting to start Josh McCown again this season, and more.
Petrak: Hue Jackson Looked "Different" After Cincinnati Loss, DefeatedScott Petrak of the Chronicle Telegram joined Baskin & Phelps for Browns Therapy Monday to discuss the 7th straight loss to begin the regular season, the putrid run defense, Hue looking humiliated, yet another QB getting hurt, and the report of Joe Thomas back on the trade block.
Browns Team Grades: Ohio’s Battle Of The Basement Goes To Cincinnati As Browns Sink To 0-7With a spread out Offensive Line that seemed to flummox the Browns at first, Cleveland seemed on track and keeping pace until Andy Dalton hit A.J. Green on a 48 yard Hail Mary pass in spite of five Cleveland Browns players defending in the end zone. RB Jeremy Hill made good on a 74 yard touchdown run that sealed the deal. As has been the mantra of the Browns this season, what they have in enthusiasm they lack in a secondary as Cleveland could not get to the point of consistency.
Reaction To Joe Thomas Trade RumorsKen Carman and Anthony Lima discuss how they'd react IF Joe Thomas were traded and if they'd pull the trigger if they were calling the shots for the Browns.
As Losses Mount, Browns Plummet To Historically Awful Levels With No End In SightThe 2008 Detroit Lions are the only team that has gone 0-16 - the 1976 Tampa Bay Buccaneers went 0-14 - but this year's Browns appear primed to join them. Just looking at the schedule and the current state of the roster makes it seem very realistic.
Browns Lose Game, Another QB In 31-17 Defeat At BengalsSo far this season the Browns have needed 5 quarterbacks and a receiver to take snaps and complete passes, and we're a week away from Halloween weekend.
Browns Fall To 0-7 With 31-17 Loss To BengalsA.J. Green's one-handed catch in the middle of an end zone scrum highlighted Cincinnati's day full of big plays, and the Bengals pulled away to another lopsided victory over their intrastate rival, beating the winless Cleveland Browns 31-17 on Sunday.
Rookie Kevin Hogan Energizes Browns Against BengalsKevin Hogan's first NFL game has turned memorable, as the rookie from Stanford ran right by the Bengals defense on his way to his first NFL rushing touchdown!
Browns WR Terrelle Pryor To Play Against Bengals While CB Joe Haden Misses Second Straight GameHaden remains sidelined with a groin injury sustained during practice on Oct. 13 marking the third game missed this season and 14th since the beginning of the 2015 season due to injury. Tramon Williams will start in his place.
Ohio's Struggling NFL Teams Joined In Misery, DesperationThe Bengals (2-4) and Browns (0-6) haven't been this bad together through six games since the 2008 season.