Just In:Andrew Berry Details Why Browns Did Not Retain Joe Flacco…Read More.

After Deshaun Watson’s season came to an abrupt end in a game against the Baltimore Ravens, the Cleveland Browns signed veteran quarterback Joe Flacco to a contract, bringing in a seasoned signal-caller with deep experience in the AFC North. Flacco’s presence on the team proved invaluable, as he helped steady the offense and played a pivotal role in guiding the Browns to a playoff berth. The 38-year-old quarterback’s leadership and game management skills were instrumental in salvaging Cleveland’s postseason aspirations, providing a critical boost during the closing stretch of the…

BREAKING NEWS:The newly acquired quarterbacks for the Browns have selected their jersey numbers.

The Cleveland Browns already have a quarterback, and they hope he finally delivers in 2024. Nonetheless, if history has taught us a lesson, it is that you can never have too much depth at quarterback. That’s why GM Andrew Berry took action early in the offseason, adding experienced quarterbacks Jameis Winston and Tyler Huntley to the mix alongside Deshaun Watson and Dorian Thompson-Robinson. With several players now gone, the newcomers have settled on their jersey numbers: Winston will wear No. 5, while Huntley will don No. 10, previously worn by…

Heartbreaking News:Deshaun Watson communicates a clear message regarding the new Browns…

It sounds like the Cleveland Browns made a strategic decision to change their backup quarterback position by opting for Jameis Winston over Joe Flacco, possibly seeking a different style or skill set for their team’s needs. Deshaun Watson’s praise for Jameis Winston underscores the value of having a talented and energetic veteran like Winston in the locker room. As a former No. 1 pick, Winston brings experience and leadership qualities that can positively impact the team dynamics and contribute to their success. Some speculated that the Browns chose to go…

GOOD NEWS:Deshaun Watson, the Browns quarterback, speaks out about his absence from games, hinting at upcoming exciting developments….

More than two years into the Deshaun Watson era, the Cleveland Browns still don’t know what it’s like to have the quarterback play a full season — or even half of one, for that matter. Watson has missed 11 games in each of his first two campaigns with the franchise. In 2022 that was due to a suspension from the NFL for violating its player code of conduct policy. Last year, it was due to a shoulder injury that required season-ending surgery in November. But the QB continues his rehabilitation…