Cleveland Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens speaks to media during the 2019 NFL Combine at Indianapolis Convention Center.

Browns Combine notes: Freddie Kitchens embraces expectations

Kitchens and the Browns, who have the worst combined record in the NFL since 1999 at 95-224-1, are setting the bar much higher than just ending the longest playoff drought in the league which stands at 16 years and counting.
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NFL Combine logo 2019

Browns, NFL offseason business begins at the NFL Combine

The Cleveland Browns have already made two moves critical to the 2019 season with the addition of troubled running back Kareem Hunt and re-signing of left tackle Greg Robinson, but this week in Indianapolis will be instrumental in setting up their offseason plan.
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Cleveland Browns left tackle Greg Robinson blocks Atlanta Falcons' Derrick Shelby during the second quarter on Sunday, Nov. 11, 2018 at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. The Browns won the game 28-16.

Browns sign left tackle Greg Robinson

Keeping Robinson means that the starting offensive line for Baker Mayfield will remain intact for 2019, barring a trade or injury.
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Kitchens, Dorsey

Browns 2019 NFL Draft picks are now set

We already knew that the Browns would pick 17th overall in the first round, 49th in the second round, 80th and 95 in round three, but now their fourth through seventh round selections are firmly in place.
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Dorsey

Building the Browns: a look at the 2019 offseason that awaits

Here’s a look at what the 2019 offseason entails for the Browns including key dates, needs, available cap space and more.
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Los Angeles Rams strong safety John Johnson (43) tackles Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt (27) during the first half at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

Business of football: Dorsey believes Hunt signing creates competition

Whatever penalty the NFL office hands down to Hunt, once he becomes officially eligible to step back onto the field this fall, he’ll provide head coach Freddie Kitchens and offensive coordinator Todd Monken with another weapon out of the backfield that already includes Nick Chubb and Duke Johnson...
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Kareem Hunt

Second chance: Browns sign RB Kareem Hunt

Dorsey acknowledged the rightful backlash the team is about to receive for signing Hunt, who will be placed on the commissioners exempt list and still faces a suspension from the NFL.
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Steve Wilks

Young talent helped Browns land former Cardinals coach Steve Wilks

Despite getting just 1 season in Arizona as head coach, Wilks couldn’t wait to get back to work and he wanted to come to Cleveland.
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2019 Greater Cleveland Sports Awards

19th Greater Cleveland Sports Awards Photos

Check out the best shots from the 19th Greater Cleveland Sports Awards at the Renaissance Hotel! Award winners include Browns QB Baker Mayfield for professional athlete of the year, Sandy Alomar, Jr. receiving a lifetime achievement award, and Browns GM John Dorsey accepting the best moment of 2018...
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Baker Mayfield named Pro Sports Athlete of the Year

Baker Mayfield named Pro Sports Athlete of the Year

The resurrection of the Cleveland Browns in 2018 headlined the 19th annual Greater Cleveland Sports Awards Wednesday night held at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Cleveland.
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