Ken Carman opened his show with the questioning of the Browns signing Josh McCown. With Hank Williams playing in the background Ken opened up that he believes the Browns are not with the QB position but then suddenly he thinks he is in a bad dream and we are looking at him.
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.
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.
While fans and media pile on Haslam and his meddling ways, Goodell offered his support of the embattled owner during the 101st annual Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce dinner held at the Canton Memorial Civic Center Wednesday night.
Alec Scheiner Says “For Us, The Only Adversity Is Not Winning Enough”, No Financial Restraints in Free Agency
Alec Scheiner talks about the new logo, the process in debuting the new uniforms on April 14th and linking the helmet logo back to tradition, the organization’s stance 0n wanting to embrace the dawg pound, the specifics being asked about the new uniforms…
Contrary to reports that surfaced in January depicting him as a divisive figure within the front office, Scheiner maintains that is not the case.
With Jimmy Haslam And Mike Pettine Looking On, Jameis Winston And Marcus Mariota Have Good Showing At NFL Combine
To the surprise of no one Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota separated themselves from the rest of the class.
Cleveland Browns general manager Ray Farmer apologized multiple times in addressing the texting scandal that has hovered over the organization for the last 6 weeks.
Mike Pettine Upset With How Jimmy Haslam, Browns Have Been Portrayed As Result Of Kyle Shanahan’s Departure
The organization has been taking a beating since the departure of former offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan who bolted for the same gig in Atlanta. That does not sit well with Pettine who sounded off on the matter in an interview with 92.3 The Fan.
Mike Pettine: “There’s No Better Feeling Than Winning; The Food Tastes Better, The Drinks Taste Better, The Sex is Better”
Mike Pettine talks about his first season and the offseason in free agency and the draft, the offensive system under new offensive coordinator John DeFilippo, the texting situation with GM Ray Farmer and the exit of Kyle Shanahan, Jimmy Haslam’s involvement with the football decisions, his approach to the tardiness of players to meetings and his message to the players going forward…