Amy Trask: If I Ever Come Back To The NFL, I Would Have To Own A Little Slice Of The TeamFormer NFL executive and CBS Sports analyst Amy Trask joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk about how she thinks the Cleveland Browns could be fixed.
Jim Donovan: DeShone Kizer Has More To Worry About With His On Field Play Than Thinking About The Failed McCarron TradeThe voice of the Cleveland Browns, Jim Donovan, joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk about the week that was for the team.
Tony Zarrella: The Browns Don't Need To Change Anything Else Expect For Adding A Football Guy To Run The OrganizationTony Zarrella of Cleveland 19 News joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to give his thoughts on the fallout from the Browns failed trade attempt with Cincinnati.
Carman And Lima: Is It Time For The Browns To Change The Front Office In Season?After a tumultuous bye week in Berea that includes a botched trade for A.J. McCarron, Ken Carman and Anthony Lima debate whether it's time to make a change to the front office now or wait until after the season is over.
Daryl Ruiter: I Have Been Told That The Haslams Are Concerned That The Browns Are Starting To Lose Their Fan BaseOur Browns beat reporter Daryl Ruiter joined Ken Carman and Mike "Chico" Bormann to talk about the 49ers trade for Jimmy Garoppolo.
Browns Owners Jimmy And Dee Haslam Apologize To Fans For 1-15 SeasonTuesday afternoon, owners Jimmy and Dee Haslam sent a letter to their season ticket holders wherein they apologized for another 'difficult season,' acknowledged 'the critical nature of this offseason' and reaffirmed their commitment to finally turning the team around.
Hue Jackson Says Ownership 'Unflinching' In Support Of Plan To Rebuild The BrownsJackson stressed that Jimmy Haslam, who has shown he doesn't have much patience having fired 3 coaches and general managers since assuming control of the team in late Oct. 2012, along with his wife, Dee Haslam, are behind him and the front office 100 percent.
With Egos Checked At The Door, New Front Office Makes Strong First Impression With Browns OwnershipThe haul from 5 trades was impressive and hard to minimize considering they also added 2017 first and second rounders as well as a 2018 second round pick.
Mary Kay Cabot: Falcons Would Be Willing To Pay Alex Mack The Money He Wants, Browns Are Planning For Both Mack And Mitchell Schwartz To Be GoneCleveland.com's Mary Kay Cabot joined Nick Wilson on the Experiment to talk about the upcoming NFL Free Agency period. The Browns could lose two main pieces of their offensive line, Center Alex Mack and Right Tackle Mitchell Schwarz and Mary Kay says that the team is planning on losing both.
Report Says NFL Has No Plans To Ask Haslam To Step Away From Browns