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...
Pass rusher from Miami falls to Browns at No. 26.
GM Andrew Berry said Browns won’t be swayed by Carson Wentz’s demise in Philadelphia.
The coach of the Browns says his roster will change, and so will the schemes.
Nobody – not even Las Vegas sports books – had the Cardinals as a possible destination for Watt.
The Browns GM has a lengthy list of tasks ahead in his second season on the job.
Free agency will change things, but for now Browns can justify a cornerback with first pick.
A young, ascending, expensive cornerback v. a defensive lineman who’s seen his better days.
Two Browns QBs are on the list of 22 drafted in first round between 2009 and 2016 no longer with their clubs.
It won’t be anything he’s done or not done on the field, opines one source.
Watt’s post-career plans could affect his free agency destination.
Big Ben’s days in Pittsburgh appear to be dwindling.
Signing Watt would be only one in a series of moves to improve the Browns’ defense.
With 11 teams possibly interested, the Browns land squarely in the middle as a team attractive to Watt.