Before suffering a season-ending ACL tear in Week 7, Odell Beckham Jr. had logged 319 receiving yards and four total touchdowns in 2020. While these stats aren’t exactly up to the standards that we’ve come to expect from the three-time Pro-Bowl wide receiver, he’s apparently primed for a big year in 2021.
As Cleveland Browns star receiver Jarvis Landry hosts a bevy of his teammates for his charity softball event today, Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs may have stolen the spotlight with a quote. Kelce, who grew up in Westlake, Ohio and attended college at Cincinnati, sat for some questions with the media before participating in the softball event.
EASTLAKE, Ohio (WJW) — Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry is holding a press conference ahead of his celebrity softball game Saturday afternoon. The press conference is slated to begin at 3:15 p.m. The charity softball game will begin at 5 p.m. after the home run derby.
Share this article There were a lot of things missing from lives in 2020. For football fans, the lack of tailgating before games was one of them. Cleveland Browns fans certainly missed them especially during a season when the team was finally winning. No “Muni Lot” shenanigans.
Share this article Amon-Ra St. Brown has been an NFL player for only a couple of months. His landing spot with the Detroit Lions was a mixed bag, but the good news was always that he could possibly step in and make an immediate impact. St. Brown couldn’t immediately crack the lineup on some NFL rosters.
While the AFC North is currently known for its star power at quarterback top-to-bottom and its physical, fast defenses, one area that is getting overlooked when it comes to overall depth and talent might be the tight end rooms. Last season, the Cleveland Browns signed standout free agent Austin Hooper and drafted Mackey Award winner Harrison Bryant, while the Ravens rolled with one of the best tight ends in football in Mark Andrews and arguably the best blocking tight end in football in Nick Boyle.
Over the last few years, the Cleveland Browns have developed a solid young core. The future is bright in Cleveland, but it’s going to be tough attempting to keep all their key players. General manager Andrew Berry quickly built a roster that is a Super Bowl threat.
Even though the Cleveland Browns have a loaded roster for 2021, these four underdog players could find a way to steal the spotlight. The Cleveland Browns come into the 2021 season with an absolutely stacked roster. From top to bottom on both sides of the ball, there are very few holes that you can poke holes at.
Alerted 15m ago in the B/R App At least one member of the Cleveland Browns is optimistic about Odell Beckham Jr.'s ability to play at a high level in 2021 coming off a torn left ACL. Speaking to reporters Saturday, Jarvis Landry said Beckham looks "even better than he was last year" based on what he's seen his fellow receiver do in workouts this offseason.
The offseason for the Cleveland Browns plugs along. Following voluntary minicamp sessions the past two weeks, the team is ramping things up next week by dropping the voluntary qualifier. On the latest episode of the Cover 2 podcast, Nate Ulrich and Dan Kadar look ahead to minicamp, and some key things to watch.
25 questions with an iconic Cleveland Browns symbol Share this story First, there was Brownie Elf, now called Brownie the Elf. Which is odd because he is a “Brownie” and not an “Elf.” But for fans of the Cleveland Browns, that has been the mainstay of what symbolizes their beloved franchise.
Good morning Cleveland Browns fans! And I do mean morning. Every so often, my aging body decides that it’s time to wake up at 3 AM, refuse to fall back to sleep and that what I really need to do is put together the newswire and eat cold pizza (if available).
Meadville Volleyball looks to repeat as state champions One of two local teams left in state playoff action takes the court Saturday morning at Penn State when Meadville volleyball looks to repeat as state champions. The Meadville Boys Volleyball team look to cap off its perfect season as a back to back PIAA 2A boys volleyball state champion on Saturday.
By most accounts, the Cleveland Browns have had a very good offseason. On top of keeping the front office and coaching staff in place therein finally providing stability for Baker Mayfield and Myles Garrett, the team added a lot of talent to the roster. After going 11 – 5 in 2020 and winning a playoff game, the Browns added speed all over the field, especially on defense.
The Cleveland Browns secondary was … less than ideal … during the 2020 season. Injuries in training camp knocked out second-year cornerback Greedy Williams and rookie safety Grant Delpit for the season. Safety Ronnie Harrison missed four games late in the season after being placed on injured reserve, while cornerback Denzel Ward also missed four games while dealing with injuries and COVID-19.
Appearing on The Athletic Football Show, Cleveland Browns general manager Andrew Berry discussed trading up to select Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah. CLEVELAND — Editor's note: the video in the player above is from a previous story. Shortly after the Cleveland Browns traded up to select Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft, Andrew Berry noted the irony of the transaction.
The Steelers had to shed payroll this season, but they are not hurting as much as you might think and could still give the Cleveland Browns some problems When we last saw the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Cleveland Browns had ambushed them twice in a row. The first time, Ben Roethlisberger was getting his beauty rest and perhaps it did not matter that much (although backup Mason Rudolph actually looked very good, and a minority of Steeler fans were actually voicing support for a takeover by the younger generation).
Pro Football Focus released a list that ranked the NFL’s top head coaches. Interesting enough, Cleveland Browns’ head coach Kevin Stefanski ranked pretty high on the list. After just one year as a head coach, Stefanski was seventh on the list by PFF.