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2016 Schedule
1-15, 4th in AFC North

Hey Tony with Tony Grossi!

On Friday's edition of The Insiders Dave Skoczen is joined by Tony Grossi. The hot topic of the day is whether or not the Browns should trade for Jimmy Garoppolo.

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2dPro Football Focus

Browns should sign Chandler Jones

Snagging the most dangerous pass-rusher in the current free-agent market makes sense for an organization that lacks talent but possesses ample cap room.


The Jimmy G Debate

Emmett and Jerod discuss whether or not it would be a good idea for the Browns to trade the #1 overall pick in the upcoming draft to the Patriots for Jimmy Garoppolo.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Browns were in a giving mood on Thursday. The team signed long snapper Charley Hughlett to a six-year contract that makes him the league's highest paid long snapper, Hughlett's agent Brett Tessler said on Twitter. Hughlett has been with the Browns the last two seasons.


First Draft: Landing spots for top RBs, more

Mel Kiper Jr., Todd McShay and Chris Sprow discuss potential landing spots for the top running backs in the draft and start their team-by-team breakdowns with Cleveland, San Francisco, Chicago and Jacksonville.

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3dESPN NFL Insiders

Where will Jimmy Garoppolo be suiting up in 2017?

Will he stay or will he go? Three of our Insiders polled see the Patriots trading Garoppolo this offseason, with the Browns looking like the most logical fit.


Would you re-sign Terrelle Pryor?

Munch and Matt Fontana talk about the Browns upcoming decision on Terrelle Pryor and if they would like to see him back with the team on a long-term deal.

Browns should deal to acquire more draft picks (0:58)

Grossi: Pryor may sign this week

ESPN Cleveland's Tony Grossi joined Hammer on Wednesday morning to discuss the status of free-agent WR Terrelle Pryor and whether Cody Kessler is an option at QB.

Kiper views Garoppolo as better than QB draft prospects (1:03)
Shanahan targeting Trubisky at No. 2? (0:55)
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5dMike Sando

Continuity Rankings: Browns are most changed

With four GMs, four head coaches and four different coordinators on both sides of the ball since 2012, there's little doubt about where the Browns would land for roster continuity.

Team Stats

Passing Yards204.028th
Rushing Yards107.019th
Points For16.531st
Points Against28.330th