Stop me if you’ve heard this before – Odell Beckham Jr.'s team has insisted all offseason that it has no plans to move him, but the rest of the NFL doesn’t buy it. The dynamic Cleveland Browns receiver heard both his new coach and GM claim they expect him to remain with the team for the 2020 season. Despite that, trade rumors continue to persist. Heck, when … [Read more...] about It’s Too Early For The Browns To Move On From Odell Beckham Jr.
"Raw, but has plenty of potential." This essentially sums up the bulk of analysis on David Njoku when the Cleveland Browns took him in the first round of the 2017 draft. The tight end from the University of Miami had size and speed which made him an offensive threat, but many viewed him as a project thanks to his youth, limited experience and issues with … [Read more...] about Browns Facing Difficult Decision With David Njoku’s Fifth-Year Option
First things first – I owe Jimmy Haslam some kudos. When he kicked off the search for the next coach and GM of the Cleveland Browns, I figured the team owner would once again hijack everything. It seemed lofty to assume Haslam would listen to chief strategy officer Paul DePodesta, with the idea of him going with an ill-fitting hire based on his gut seeming far more … [Read more...] about The New Browns Regime’s Success Will Depend On Haslam’s Patience
In what’s become a biannual tradition in Northeast Ohio, the Cleveland Browns are once again running a coaching search. The team which has cornered the market on front-office turnover has opened the new year with yet another housecleaning, looking to fill vacancies after moving on from coach Freddie Kitchens and GM John Dorsey. This time, it seems Browns owners … [Read more...] about Paul DePodesta May Lead Coaching Search, But History Shows It Meaningless