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Browns Make Moves, Come Away with Gilbert and Manziel

Friday, May 9th, 2014

The Browns surprised many and selected a cornerback with their first pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. (photo: newsok.com)

DraftBrowns.com Editor: Brendan Leister

New Cleveland Browns General Manager Ray Farmer made a strong first impression on the opening night of the 2014 NFL Draft.  With two first round picks, two third round picks, and two fourth round picks, Farmer had the ammunition to be aggressive in pursuing his targets and he did just that. (more…)


Draft Thoughts: One Month Out

Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

Who can it be now? With a month to go, the Browns have everyone guessing. (photo: nflbrasil.net)

DraftBrowns.com Contributor:  Ryan Alton

We are one month away!  I’m too exciting to sleep!  Actually, on the contrary, sleep is about all I wish I could do for the next 30 days in order to avoid the over-saturation of analysis and second-guessing that is sure to permeate the Twittersphere.  I suppose I could have stuck to my promise and stayed off Twitter through Easter which would’ve brought me back just in time for the final stretch, when things are bound to be getting good. But where’s the fun in that?  I can’t help but think of all the good times I would’ve missed… “Pro Day Gate”, Cavs vs. Browns, Indians fans vs. everyone, grandstanding over Chief Wahoo and the Sin Tax, and of course, Grossi Mocks 3.0 through 9.7.  (Hey Tony!  Dewey Decimal has gone the way of the Fullback.  Just sayin.  #100YearsWar) (more…)


Black Monday Is Coming: The Official DraftBrowns “Short List” of GM/Coaching Candidates

Saturday, December 29th, 2012

Is Oregon Coach Chip Kelly on the Browns’ radar to replace Pat Shurmur? (photo: sportsgrid.com)

 

DraftBrowns.com Staff Writer:  Ryan Alton

The Monday after the last game of the season in the NFL is called “Black Monday” because it is typically the day that coaches and front office executives of struggling teams get fired. The powers that be often see little point in wasting valuable time keeping around personnel they don’t plan to have return and instead move fast to get the process rolling toward finding their replacements.

 

For the Cleveland Browns, with a new owner and new CEO/president coming in during the middle of the season, the changes coming down on the coaching staff and general manager have merely been a matter of time. It is widely assumed Head Coach Pat Shurmur and General Manger Tom Heckert will not be back next season. In fact, the moves should come quickly after the team plays its final game in Pittsburgh on Sunday. (more…)






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