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.
Mitchell Schwartz talks about training camp and fighting through injury last season, going through two coaching changes in three years, building chemistry along the offensive line, comparing and contrasting Brian Hoyer and Johnny Manziel…
In an interview with Sports Illustrated’s Peter King last week, Holmgren was asked if he had any regrets in his time as president of the Browns. His answer was head scratching.
The Cleveland Browns released quarterbacks Brandon Weeden and Jason Campbell on Wednesday. The announcements came just 35 minutes apart – first Weeden, then Campbell leaving Brian Hoyer and Alex Tanney as the only 2 quarterbacks left on the roster.
Joe Haden made the NFL Network and NFL.com media rounds Tuesday during the final day of the 2014 NFL Combine and provided the Browns with the most positive press the organization has received since last November when they were still in contention.
Michael Lombardi, hired last January, is out as general manager effective immediately and CEO Joe Banner, brought in after he was approved as owner, will follow him out the door in 2 months.
Unlike Shurmur, Childress, Chudzinski, or Turner, who are set in their philosophies, Shanahan is not married to any 1 specific system – or style of quarterback.
Scott Fujita talks about his recent comments on the Browns’ front office and organization being a “rudderless ship”, the direction in the coach search leading to Mike Pettine, whether Rob Chudzinski was given enough time…
In an interview with Doug Gottlieb on ‘The Doug Gottlieb Show’ Thursday afternoon on CBS Sports Radio, Weeden said that he was stunned to learn of another coaching change.
Andrew Brandt talks about the Browns’ ongoing coaching search, his experience with James Franklin and Ben McAdoo in Green Bay, the importance for the whole organization to be on the same page…