How can there be two teams named the Cleveland Browns??
In 1991, the Phoenix Cardinals selected a 340-pound 20-year-old who had never played a down of college football with the sixth pick of the draft. It worked out.
On Thursday night, an NFL team will almost certainly select Temple's Haason Reddick in the first round of the 2017 draft, making him one of the most unlikely high picks in recent years.
Marshawn Lynch announced on Twitter that he is returning to the NFL, to play for his hometown Raiders, and it is glorious.
Joe Mixon and Amelia Molitor released a joint statement saying they've settled their civil suit.
Chris Harris is keeping the football conversation going during the off-season. This week, he tackles just how bad things look for the New York Jets, Marshawn Lynch's interest in the Raiders, and more.
Garrett Bolles will likely be a first round pick in this year's NFL draft. Here's a good reason why.
Myles Garrett has a chance to be the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft and it's worth missing out on all the good tacos.
Kevin Costner's NFL front office opus "Draft Day" is alternately weird, discordant, and improbable—but then again, the real-life Cleveland Browns finally getting their shit together would be the same.
The NCAA rule that prevents college football underclassmen who declare for the NFL Draft—but are not picked—from returning to school benefits no one, and ought to be scrapped.
Even weirder: only one of them is a punter