The NFL’s trade deadline usually passes without a whimper but the Cleveland Browns remain one of the primary teams that continue to surface in various reports and rumors.
The legend of ‘The Rabbit,’ mixed Megatron feelings, No fan of Hard Knocks, Jon Sandusky update and the Wednesday injury report in Daryl Ruiter’s notes from Berea.
Albert Breer talks about Brian Hoyer’s ability to lead the Browns to two-straight wins, whether there is any feeling that the Browns could have the quarterback for the future, Bills’ players crediting Hoyer…
Director of player personnel Matt Russell was suspended indefinitely without pay Monday, and director of pro personnel Tom Heckert was suspended for a month without pay.
Tom Heckert, the Broncos’ recently hired director of pro personnel, was arrested in Parker on the night of June 11 and charged with driving under the influence and careless driving, according to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department.
Albert Breer talks about Josh Gordon’s two-game suspension, whether Gordon’s excuse for testing positive is believable and more…
CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – A former Browns General Manager has found work, as Albert Breer of the NFL Network is reporting that Tom Heckert is moving out to the Mile High City. Breer says [...]
Adam Caplan talks about his reaction to the Browns’ draft, the acquisition of Devone Bess, the selection of Barkevious Mingo and the middle round trades, the need for a veteran safety and another inside linebacker alongside D’Qwell Jackson, Dion Lewis as a change of pace back, Brandon Weeden in Norv Turner’s offense and more…
he Cleveland Browns could find themselves wheeling and dealing once again on draft day come Thursday night. Despite the continued merry-go-round of regimes over the past few years, they’ve managed to make first round deals to move up or down in 3 of the last 4 drafts.
Nearly 45 NFL executives and head coaches are scheduled to speak formally at the NFL Combine this week but Cleveland Browns VP/player personnel Michael Lombardi will not be among them.