Browns To Hire Amos Jones As Special Teams Coordinator To Replace Chris TaborTabor, who was with Cleveland for 7 seasons, left the Browns earlier this month to take the same role with the Chicago Bears under Matt Nagy.
Joe Thomas Remains Undecided About Future, Optimistic New GM John Dorsey Will Turn Assets Into Key PlayersThomas was also honored for his consecutive snaps streak that ended at 10,363 when he tore his left triceps tendon in the third quarter of a 12-9 loss to Tennessee on Oct. 22.
Browns LB Joe Schobert Named To Pro BowlSchobert is the first Browns linebacker to make the Pro Bowl since Jamir Miller in 2002.
Browns DE Myles Garrett Named To NFL All-Rookie Team By Pro Football WritersGarrett led the Browns with 7 sacks - tied for third-most by a Browns rookie - and he finished tied for second among NFL rookies in sacks despite playing in only 11 games that saw him make 9 starts.
Hue Jackson Shakes Up Browns Coaching Staff; Adds Adam Henry, Ken ZampeseJackson fired quarterbacks coach David Lee, special teams assistant Shawn Mennenga, special teams quality control coach Stan Watson as well as running backs/run game coordinator Kirby Wilson.
Report: Special Teams Coordinator Chris Tabor Leaving Browns For BearsNew Bears head coach Matt Nagy will hire Tabor to run his special teams unit after Browns head coach Hue Jackson agreed to allow Tabor out of his contract.
Browns Hire Eliot Wolf As Assistant GM, Name Alonzo Highsmith VP Player Personnel As Front Office Reshuffling ContinuesAndrew Berry remains vice president of player personnel along with Highsmith. Ken Kovach transitions to a vice president role in the strategy department led by chief strategy officer Paul DePodesta.
Browns Notes: Competition Heats Up For Packers Executive Eliot WolfWolf, who was scheduled to meet this week with Dorsey and reportedly interviewed on Tuesday, is a hot commodity since new Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst has decided to give him the green light to explore opportunities elsewhere.
Source: Packers Executive Eliot Wolf Scheduled To Meet With Browns GM John Dorsey This WeekWolf is the second former Packers executive that Dorsey has pursued since taking over as general manager on Dec. 7.
An Open Letter To Browns Players: Saturday's Parade Wasn't Directed At YouCleveland loves the Browns and those who play for them. Always has. Always will. For better or for worse. 'Till death do us part. They're just still waiting for the Browns to finally love them back.
Zero Sum: Anatomy Of The Browns' 0-16 'Season Of Misery'It takes a cataclysmic series of events for an NFL team in this era to go winless during a season but the stars aligned to conspire against the Browns in 2017.
The Fun Begins Again For Browns Following Miserable 0-16 SeasonUnlike 31 other NFL cities, the football fun in Cleveland actually happens between January and August. So, with the calendar turning to 2018, let the good times roll.