Peter King talks about the talks he’s had around the NFL about Johnny Manziel, his belief that Mike Holmgren regrets not coaching the Browns, the impression he’s getting that at least one quarterback will fall in the draft, the best fit for Cleveland…
Our legal experts, Avery Friedman and David Lynch, came on the air on the morning of the 1-year anniversary of the Pilot Flying J FBI raids.
Donning a t-shirt, plaid shorts and flip flops, Alex Mack was back in Berea Monday after the Browns matched Jacksonville’s 5-year, $42 million offer sheet on Friday.
Team president Alec Scheiner along with Kevin Griffin, vice president of fan experience and marketing, were in Portland, Oregon where they met with Nike officials to get an update on the design process.
The Cleveland Browns have decided to match the 5-year, $42 million offer sheet the Jacksonville Jaguars signed center Alex Mack to on Friday the team announced.
92.3 The Fan Browns beat reporter Daryl Ruiter says that it should take the Browns all of 30 seconds to agree to the terms of Alex Mack’s offer sheet from Jacksonville.
The Cleveland Browns will find out real soon how much their decision to match an offer sheet could cost.
Tuesday night while appearing at the Cleveland premiere of the movie Draft Day, which features the Browns as the backdrop for the film, owner Jimmy Haslam seemed confident Mack will remain in Cleveland despite a visit to Jacksonville last Friday.
Tuesday night, Cleveland rolled out the orange carpet for the Cleveland premiere of Draft Day, the movie featuring the Cleveland Browns, which was officially unveiled to movie goers in a special orange carpet screening at the Cinemark in Valley View.
While the dust appears to have finally settled in Berea, a cloud still hangs over Haslam and the franchise – the ongoing federal investigation into rebate fraud allegations at Haslam’s family owned Pilot Flying J.