Free agent defensive end Frostee Rucker has agreed to a one-year contract with the Arizona Cardinals.
Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed. 6:05 – The Browns released defensive end Frostee Rucker yesterday to avoid [...]
The Cleveland Browns officially began their transition to a 3-4 defense Tuesday with the release of defensive end Frostee Rucker.
It’s not quite the Grammys, Oscars or Golden Globes but in the spirit of Saturday night’s 2-hour prime time special, 92.3 The Fan presents the 2012 Brownies.
Winners of 4 of their last 7 games, the young Cleveland Browns are slowly learning what it takes to win in the NFL and developing the confidence needed to do it.
With consecutive dominant performances against Dallas and Pittsburgh, Cleveland’s defense is establishing itself as one of the NFL’s up-and-coming units.
The Cleveland Browns were already hampered with starting cornerback Joe Haden injured. All those penalties against the defensive backs who did play certainly didn’t help, especially on the drive that allowed the Dallas Cowboys to force overtime.
Billy Winn talks about the ownership change with Jimmy Haslam, the players’ approach to uncertainty regarding the front office and coaches, the opportunity he’s gotten to play early, getting the first win of the season, Joe Haden’s impact, why Pat Shurmur should be back as head coach and more…
Frostee Rucker talks about facing his former team for a second time this season, coming from a successful Bengals team to a struggling Browns organization, Pat Shurmur’s ability to lead the locker room, Trent Richardson’s competitiveness, Jimmy Haslam taking over as owner, Brandon Weeden and more…
Several Browns players and administrators joined the Cleveland Browns Women’s Organization at the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge to kick off breast cancer awareness month on Tuesday.