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 also 1 of 48 members on the Pro Football Hall of Fame selection committee. A graduate of Ohio University's Scripp's School of Journalism, Grossi has accomplished much in his career, most prominently being dubbed The General of The 100Years War. Enjoy writing from one of the best in the business below...
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.
Another Browns home loss results for four turnovers, nine penalties and failure to stay composed in crucial situations.
Errors, turnovers, penalties doom the Browns again.
At 2-3 and with the New England Patriots up next, the Browns can ill afford to allow to lose their third straight game at home.
The Browns are in "high urgency" mode despite being one game out of first place. Their immaturity is their greatest flaw.
Odell Beckham Jr. delivered Jarvis Landry his milestone 500th career reception, but Beckham says he made a bad read on the play and gave up a touchdown.
Russell Wilson is still getting better in his eighth season, so don't expect Baker Mayfield to be a finished product in Year 2.
There's always something off the field to talk about with the Browns.
Not far from the iconic Golden Gate Bridge is a place to enjoy the majesty of the giant redwoods -- the tallest living things on Earth.
The Browns fall out of first place and face renewed questions about the offensive line and Baker Mayfield's sophomore slump with the Seattle Seahawks due next.