This is the April 28, 2013 news archive. View today's Browns rumors and news.
Most graders gave the Browns a C, with a couple of highly respected sites -- Sporting News and Sports Illustrated -- dinging them with D's. However, two analysts from Fox Sports liked what the Browns did, one giving them a B and the other a B-plus.
Sunday Insider: cleveland.com's Glenn Moore talks NFL Draft, Browns, Cavs and IndiansUpdated Apr 28 Share Tweetcleveland.com's Glenn Moore talked NFL Draft, Browns, Indians and Cavs during the first episode of Sunday Insider on cleveland.com. This show's guest was The Plain Dealer's Tom Reed.
Cleveland Browns draft -- Joe Banner is really impressed with Joe Banner: Bud ShawUpdated Apr 28 Share TweetIn a draft that at best can be graded as incomplete, one clear fact is that Joe Banner placed a huge bet -- on himself. And he's confident he made the right play.
The Weekend Wrap: Man! I know one guy who is looking forward to thi…Updated Apr 28 Share TweetMan! I know one guy who is looking forward to this fall on the lake front! Not necessarily because I know a damn thing about the players the Browns selected on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, but because it sure seems clear to me that the Browns have the…Source: theclevelandfan.com
Terry Pluto's Cleveland Browns Blog: Sorting out what the new front office did in the NFL draftUpdated Apr 28 Share TweetFrom a business sense, I understand why the Browns traded the picks. But I still wish they had drafted more players.
Questionable 2013 NFL Draft for Dallas Cowboys?Apr 28NFL Network analyst Charles Davis breaks down the "questionable" 2013 NFL Draft choices of the Dallas Cowboys and Cleveland Browns.
NFL Draft Winners And LosersApr 28Mel Kiper Jr., Todd McShay and Bill Polian discuss their winners and losers from the 2013 NFL draft.
Showing Some Love For ClevelandApr 28Bob Ryan reflects on Cleveland's recent sports history and how much football still matters there.
Clayton's mailbag: Which offensive rookies will soar?Apr 28Expect Tavon Austin, DeAndre Hopkins and Robert Woods to emerge as offensive ROY candidates, writes John Clayton.