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The Browns Finally Signed Jadeveon Clowney: What Does This Mean for Their Defense?

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Cleveland Browns just secured a new defensive end, adding veteran Jadeveon Clowney to the mix. The Browns signed Clowney to a one-year deal worth up to 10 million dollars after he passed his physical on Wednesday, during his second visit with the team.  Clowney’s career began in Houston when he was drafted 1st overall by the Texans in 2014. After spending 5 seasons with the Texans, he was traded to the Seahawks. In 2020, Clowney passed on an offer from the Browns and decided to sign with the Titans. After that season with the Titans,...

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Should The Browns Trade Odell Beckham Jr.?

Reading Time: 3 minutesDuring each NFL offseason, fans speculate which next big star will be traded and this offseason is no different. Many people believe that the Cleveland Browns could trade Odell Beckham Jr., the former All-Pro wideout who is known for his bombastic personality and his one-handed catch from 2014 which astonished many NFL fans. At first, trading Odell may seem like a bad move for Cleveland. He had over 1,300 yards in each of his first three seasons. He also caught 74 passes for 1,035 yards in 2019. Before injuries sidetracked his career, Odell was considered one...

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Grading How Each Rookie Head Coach Performed In Their First Season

Reading Time: 3 minutesHead coaches are one of the most important parts of a team. After each NFL season, teams with head coaching vacancies hire new coaches to lead their franchise in the future. A coach like Bill Belichick could elevate a team into Super Bowl contenders while a coach like Adam Gase could set a franchise back for years. With how important head coaches are, it’s important that teams hit on these hires. Here’s a review of how these head coaches performed in 2020. Kevin Stefanski, Cleveland Browns, Record: 11-5  The Browns hired former Vikings coordinator Kevin Stefanski...

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Interview With Former Cleveland Browns Scout: Dax Nollenberger

Reading Time: 2 minutesLast week, I had the exclusive privilege of interviewing former Cleveland Browns scout, Dax Nollenberger.  To start things off, I discussed with Nollenberger about the scouting process. We discussed topics regarding the year-round scouting grind and some of the specific details regarding professional scouting for an NFL team. We also dove into the very communicative environment of the Cleveland Browns and how the discussion of interests in players went from the general manager through the scouts and to the coaches. Nollenberger emphasized the importance of communication in all front offices, and not just with the Cleveland...

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Just End The Suffering: Can the Jets Potentially Be the Worst Winless Team in NFL History?

Reading Time: 4 minutesWith their loss to the New England Patriots on Monday night, the New York Jets fell to 0-9 on the season, the 24th team to do so since the schedule expanded. However, out of the previous 23 teams, only two actually finished the season without winning a game, the 2008 Detroit Lions, and the 2017 Cleveland Browns. Now, the Jets are bad, but are they worse than these teams? Well, they very well could be. The Jets’ worst start in franchise history was previously 0-8 in their 1996 season and went on to finish that season...

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