New York Jets head coach Adam Gase announced on Thursday that quarterback Sam Darnold will miss Monday night’s game against the Cleveland Browns and potentially more time after being diagnosed with mononucleosis. Advertisements
The JMRA Football Podcast – EP 5: THE BROWNS WIN! Week 3 Preview; History 101; Greatest QBs In Eagles History
The JMRA Football Podcast celebrates the Browns doing the impossible…WINNING!
You may not know this but I am not a fan of the NFL Draft. Never have been, probably never will be. With the exception of some notable draft analysts and NFL personnel, this type of year breeds folks talking about players they’ve rarely or never seen before. […]
While the east coast endured another snow-filled Wednesday, out on the rainy west coast former USC quarterback Sam Darnold prepared for the biggest day of his young football career.
Cleveland Browns left tackle Joe Thomas opted to retire on Wednesday due to a growing list of injuries after 11 seasons as one of the NFL’s premier offensive linemen.
If the 2017 season taught us anything, it’s that the difference between the NFL penthouse and Cleveland (the NFL outhouse) isn’t that far.
Episode 2 of the Sons of Wyngate Football Podcast has arrived. This time, we fast-forward one year later to January 1988 for the rematch between the Cleveland Browns and Denver Broncos. While it’s the 1987 AFC Championship Game, people may know this game a bit better as “The […]
The first episode of the Sons of Wyngate Football Podcast travels back to January 11, 1987 for John Elway’s official coming out party – “The Drive”. People may formally know that contest as the AFC Championship Game between the Denver Broncos and Cleveland Browns.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz started in his first regular season game as an NFL player on Sunday against the Cleveland Browns.
LeBron James made sure to mention how Sunday’s NBA title-clinching win over the Golden State Warriors on Sunday took the likes of Earnest Byner and Jose Mesa off the hook for potentially costing the city of Cleveland eventual championships.