Tony Grossi covers the Cleveland Browns for 850 ESPN Cleveland and The Land on Demand. A 35-year veteran covering football in Cleveland, Tony is 1 of 48 members on the Pro Football Hall of Fame selection committee. A graduate of Ohio University's Scripps School of Journalism, Grossi has accomplished much in his career, including covering 35 Super Bowls and 34 NFL Drafts. He has been dubbed "The General of The 100Years War." Enjoy writing from one of the best in the business below...
This is the only time of year power rankings make a little sense.
Despite public love for released Sheldon Richardson, the Browns have added four new defensive tackles in four days, jeopardizing the veteran’s return.
In a low-risk signing, Berry is taking a chance on Malik McDowell, a talented defensive tackle with a several law violations in his troubled past.
He was dealt a short hand last year, but he has aces under heading into 2021.
GM Andrew Berry wound up drafting eight players and acquiring a 2022 fourth-round pick.
A speedy linebacker and a receiver with world-class speed were the second-day picks.
They considered Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah in the first round, also.
Browns grab Northwestern cornerback Greg Newsome with 26th pick of first round.
For the third time in 10 mock drafts, Christian Barmore falls to Browns.
Assuming Alabama’s Patrick Surtain will go to the Cowboys at No. 10, Jaycee Horn of South Carolina will be close behind.
Their journey may have been rocky at times, but Mayfield and the Browns are poised for a longer playoff run.
Many signs point to cornerback, but other options exist.
Trade up to No. 20 (again) secures Browns CB4.
Unless his contract is greatly reduced, Case Keenum’s second year in Cleveland could be his last.
The opportunity is there for this professed progressive football organization to be an industry leader.