The kick heard around the world.
One last dig from beyond the grave.
Josh Cribbs has played in Cleveland for his entire career. Today it looks like he will be signing elsewhere. But before he did, he used social media to say goodbye.
Yep. It’s been a hard thirteen years. Well longer than that, but these thirteen years have been particularly bad.
Well, we can’t prove this. But after Richardson carried an entire team on his back into the end zone, it certainly seems possible.
The Cleveland sports legend got wasted and then called into a local radio show for his typical guest spot. It was a mistake.
Cleveland continues to entertain itself, because the pro sports teams sure won’t do it.
Groundskeeper Eric Eucker’s body was found Saturday morning — the same day of the Kansas City Chiefs’ tragic murder-suicide.
Browns fan drowning in his sorrows, and his beer.
Two incidents in two days? That makes a trend.
Things are bad in Cleveland. They are very, very bad.
This is why politicians shouldn’t pretend to know sports unless they’re positive they know what they’re talking about.
Even when the Browns win, Cleveland loses.
Last night we witnessed what may be the most blatant flop in NFL history. Anderson Varejao would be so proud.
With the need for a top-tier signal-caller becoming inarguable, teams value QB potential so much that it’s become more important — in the short term — than winning.
Mike Polk Jr. (creator of the amazing “Hastily Made Cleveland Tourism” videos) teaches everyone who has ever cheered for a frustrating team, how to handle their season ticket purchase.
Mike Polk, famed creator of the Hastily Made Cleveland Tourism Video, is back and now he’s screaming his (hilarious) frustrations at an empty Cleveland Browns Stadium. Why? Because “sometimes it’s nice to yell at a building.”
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A glorious riposte from the 1974 Cleveland Browns to a litigious fan worried about the dangers of paper airplanes flying around the stands on gameday. Unearthed by Deadspin today.
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