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...
The running backs should be the team’s offensive identity.
Five touchdowns outlasts the Bengals and rookie QB Joe Burrow in Browns’ first win, 35-30.
Instant takeaways from Browns’ 35-30 win over Cincinnati Bengals …
Coach Kevin Stefanski has to change the narrative about his team before another season careens out of control.
Freddie Kitchens couldn’t put it out. Can Kevin Stefanski?
Kicker Austin Seibert waived by Browns, claimed by Bengals, but his game status is unclear.
Could Seibert be signed by the Bengals to replace injured kicker Randy Bullock?
Shorthanded on defense and unable to prepare during a normal preseason, the Browns were blown out in Baltimore, 38-6.
Missed kicks, botched fake punt, interception put the Browns in a 24-6 hole at halftime.
Jedrick Wills benefits most from an eerie quiet in M&T Bank Stadium.
The cancellation of preseason games robbed coordinator Alex Van Pelt of his audition to call plays.
My crystal ball says Joe Burrow wins offensive rookie of the year honors.
Behind closed doors, with media escorted out, Baker Mayfield & Co. have gotten in good work to prepare for the opener.
The Browns are perfectly situated to shift to a run-oriented offense with no drama.