If the Cleveland Browns intend on making their new analytics strategy work, they need to make sure they hire the right man to coach the team moving forward.
The Browns seem intent on ushering analytics into football, and it's pretty difficult to predict how it will all work out.
The Cleveland Browns are looking for yet another head coach, and the team should check in on the availability of the Indianapolis Colts' Chuck Pagano.
By reportedly spending the past weekend in Vegas, Johnny Manziel spat in the face of a Browns team which has continually defended his actions.
Browns owner Jimmy Haslam has fired yet another regime, and his plan for how to fix the team sounds like an absolute train wreck.
The Browns' 2015 season was a disaster the likes Cleveland fans haven't seen in decades.
It certainly sounds like Browns owner Jimmy Haslam will be cleaning house after tomorrow, something which will do a ton of damage to a team already mired in failure.
Here are five players the Cleveland Browns should consider cutting in the 2016 offseason.
Johnny Manziel still hasn't done enough to prove he can be Cleveland's franchise starter, and the team has to draft a QB this spring as a result.
There are strong rumors saying the Browns will keep coach Mike Pettine and fire GM Ray Farmer, a route the team shouldn't take unless it has a plan in place.