The Browns are less than two years removed from firing their coach, cleaning out the front office, and handing the reins over to baseball guy and analytics darling Paul DePodesta. They also hired Hue Jackson as head coach and Sashi Brown as general manager, and this was supposed to signal a new, more sensibly guided…
The Cleveland Browns, who are once again a plague upon this green Earth, have spent the season flipping back and forth between a trio of QBs of varying mediocrity. DeShone Kizer, Kevin Hogan, and Cody Kessler have teamed up to throw seven touchdowns and 17 picks for a team that only figures to have more trouble…
The Browns tried really hard and gave it their best shot, but lost to the Bengals, 23-10. Despite reports to the contrary, today was not Cleveland’s day. Here are highlights from the game:
The Cleveland Browns have lost all 12 of their games so far this season, but don’t count them out today. Here’s why their luck might turn around against the Cincinnati Bengals:
Hue Jackson’s first season as head coach of the Cleveland Browns is not going so well. The team is off to an 0-5 start, and while other teams in the league are enjoying success behind talented rookie quarterbacks that the Browns failed to draft, the Browns’ quarterback situation remains a a game of Spin the Seppuku…
At the time of his hiring, it was reported that new Browns head coach Hue Jackson wanted nothing to do with Johnny Manziel. Since then, Jackson hasn’t done anything to indicate that he wants Manziel on the team next year.
The Browns will make Hue Jackson their new head coach. The former Bengals offensive coordinator will be Cleveland’s fifth head coach since 2009. According to Mike Silver, the team lured Jackson like a Venus flytrap attracting an insect.
Per Adam Schefter, they're letting Jackson go after one season in which they went 8-8. Al Davis might be gone, but the stability with which he ran the franchise in his later years lives on. [via]
The NFL has ordered new Raiders coach Hue Jackson to end his relationship with "The Ultimate Spray." You'd think it's because the spray contains a banned substance that's almost impossible to test for, but no. It's just procedural stuff.
Al Davis is 81, at least in human years. That he's walking and talking and introducing Hue Jackson as head coach is remarkable. Still, you'll thank me for not going with the hi-res versions of these photos.