The Browns running back was allowed to return to the team to practice and attend meetings, but his suspension remains in effect until Nov. 4.
The Browns coach won't announce changes being considered on his offensive line. But they are coming this week.
As the Browns return from their bye week, the #HeyTony inbox is loaded with questions about how they get back into the AFC North race.
NFL embraces the U.S. military in pre-game ceremonies. U.S. military protects our freedom of speech. NFL doesn't recognize freedom of speech. Hypocrisy or not?
To reach their goal of winning the AFC North, the Browns need to refocus their offense on running back Nick Chubb and ease the load from quarterback Baker Mayfield.
With 10 games left, including five at home and five inside their division, Browns GM John Dorsey believes the Browns can follow a path to the playoffs.
The trade of failed second-round pick Austin Corbett only amps up John Dorsey's intent to rebuild the Browns' offensive line.
You wouldn't think a quarterback with Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry at his disposal would miss Rashard Higgins. We'll finally see how much Higgins was missed by Baker Mayfield when the Browns play their next game against New England.
The Browns feel "very stunned" they are 2-4 with a roster of talent that had them talking Super Bowl in March.
Lost in the mass of player miscues and officials' blunders was some serious questionable game management by the coach of the Browns at the end of the first half.