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  1. Wideout Josh Gordon under Browns' control as ERFA
    Josh Gordon is no closer to reaching free agency after rejoining the Cleveland Browns for five games late last season. The wide receiver will be an exclusive rights free agent for 2018.
  2. Joe Thomas lobbies Kirk Cousins to consider Browns
    Scheduled to hit the open market next month, free-agent QB Kirk Cousins is set to become the subject of a massive bidding war for his services. Browns OT Joe Thomas wants to put that contest to bed before it starts.
  3. Johnny Manziel to return to football in Spring League
    Johnny Manziel will return to a football field in late March. The ex-Cleveland Browns quarterback announced Wednesday he would be joining The Spring League in Austin, Texas beginning on March 28.
  4. Big Ben on Todd Haley: Now we'll face him twice a year
    Todd Haley left Pittsburgh under a cloud of whispers over his fraught relationship with Ben Roethlisberger. The Steelers quarterback took the high road while unpacking his six seasons with Haley.
  5. Joe Thomas defends Browns retaining Hue Jackson
    Despite winning just one game in two seasons at the helm, Hue Jackson officially has the support of the face of Browns football. Veteran tackle Joe Thomas defended the coach recently in an op-ed.
  6. Browns hire Todd Haley as offensive coordinator
    Hue Jackson is getting his playcaller. The Cleveland Browns announced they've hired Todd Haley as the team's new offensive coordinator.
  7. Ben McAdoo interviews for Cleveland Browns' OC job
    Former Giants head coach Ben McAdoo interviewed for the Cleveland Browns' offensive coordinator job on Tuesday, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports.
  8. Browns hire former Packers executive Eliot Wolf
    The Cleveland Browns announced Wednesday they've hired former Green Bay Packers director of football operations Eliot Wolf as the team's new assistant general manager.
  9. Joe Haden happy Browns cut him, paid Osweiler
    Joe Haden's exit from the Cleveland Browns was unceremonious, unsurprising and for a team that ended up going 0-16, unnecessary. The corner recently revealed how he felt about his release.
  10. Cleveland Browns have two picks in top four of draft
    The conclusion of the first slate of Week 17 games clarified the top four teams in the 2018 NFL Draft order. The Browns (0-16) secured last week the first selection in the draft for the second straight year.
  11. Cleveland Browns finish 2017 season 0-16
    The Cleveland Browns are 0-16. Their inglorious fate was sealed with Sunday's 28-24 loss to the Steelers, despite Pittsburgh sitting Ben Roethlisberger and Le'Veon Bell in the regular-season finale.
  12. Who's safe? Who's out? AFC coaches on hot seat
    Is Mike Mularkey in trouble even if Tennessee makes the postseason? Will Jimmy Haslem keep his word and keep Hue Jackson in Cleveland? Ian Rapoport looks at AFC coaching staffs in flux.
  13. Browns GM John Dorsey takes back 'real players' jab
    One week after implying that the previous Browns regime had failed in acquiring "real players," newly christened Browns general manager John Dorsey walked back that assessment.
  14. Browns GM: Anything but '18 North title unacceptable
    Expectations might not be any lower in an NFL city than they currently are in Cleveland. Just don't tell new GM John Dorsey. The personnel executive has his sights set on the AFC North crown in 2018.
  15. Browns GM Dorsey: Prior regime didn't get real players
    John Dorsey has been on the job in Cleveland less than a week, but the Browns' new GM already made sweeping conclusions about the performance of Sashi Brown and the previous regime.