Latest Signing for the Browns – Terrelle Pryor

Latest Browns News The Browns made a move a few days ago, during this slow time of the NFL calendar. I am eager to find out whether the team has made the correct decision, but for the time being it’s at least a good talking point. Let’s break down the recent transaction for the orange […]

June 2015 by edubs1983

Being Mediocre – A Large Improvement?!?

Are the Cleveland Browns Finally Looked at Positively? For some sixteen odd seasons (and even further back), many national pundits have had the Browns ranked either at or near the bottom of the league in pretty much every category. Whether it’s draft analysis, personnel rankings, or power rankings – the orange and brown fall short […]

June 2015 by edubs1983

What the Draft Tells Browns’ Fans

Takeaways from the 2015 NFL Draft – Cleveland Browns  Well, the draft is finally in the books for this year. Many Browns’ fans, myself included, were pretty content with the outcome. I was not overjoyed, but relieved the team did not reach for several potential busts (or trade away the draft like in 2013). Five […]

May 2015 by edubs1983

Why Have the Veteran Combine?

The Veteran Combine: Whom Does it Benefit? Initially, I was very skeptical when hearing about the new concept known as the Veteran Combine. However, after giving it some thought (and more importantly, watching it on television) I am glad the league agreed to do this. Specifically, three parties are benefitting from this invention. You could […]

March 2015 by edubs1983

Two New More for this Defense

Newest Members of the Cleveland Browns After a few days of inactivity, the Browns inked a couple members who can possibly help the team in 2015 and beyond. Last season, they made wise moves in acquiring Karlos Dansby and Donte Whitner for the defense – both were tremendous leaders and the latter made the Pro […]

March 2015 by edubs1983

Next Three Free Agents Signed – Cleveland Browns

Early Free Agency Signings After getting veteran Josh McCown, the Browns made two moves towards getting some offensive personnel on their roster, and faltered on another.  Although none were Earth shattering, I support one move and am ambivalent towards the other two.  While many continue to be down on the Browns’ front office – they could […]

March 2015 by edubs1983

Another Underwhelming Signing

The Josh McCown Era Begins: Things that Make you Scratch your Head  I’ve got to admit, I was pretty disappointed to hear about the signing of the thirty-five year old journeyman quarterback by the Cleveland Browns.  I understand he’s probably a nice guy and all – but the upside is really difficult to find for […]

March 2015 by edubs1983

The Scouting Combine – Where to Evaluate?

What Browns’ Scouts Should be Looking for in Indianapolis The week of the NFL Scouting Combine is close to wrapping up, and all professional franchises are in attendance to get a better look at athletes who could improve their rosters. For the first time this offseason, all eligible participants will be in attendance – not […]

February 2015 by edubs1983

All-Start Games – Reviewing What Went Down

What to Take Away from Collegiate All-Star Games The East-West Shrine Game and the Senior Bowl completed a few weeks ago. They both featured tremendous athletes, and were scouted heavily by all NFL franchises. Each team will view these options differently and value them accordingly. All that said; let’s review what many should know after […]

February 2015 by edubs1983

Top Five Areas to Scour – 2015 Cleveland Browns

Starting to Scout – 2015 Targets by Position  It’s well established that the Browns are pretty far from a finished product and will require improvements to be playing in the months of January and February. But what positional groups should Ray Farmer and his scouts look at first and foremost? We’ll take a glance at […]

January 2015 by edubs1983