The Cleveland Browns may not be making any news on the field at the moment, but a couple of their players are staying busy on social media.
It was quite a day on Monday for current – and possibly soon to be former – Cleveland Browns players.
First off, we had the always entertaining Joe Thomas reacting to the story of a passenger being forcibly removed from an overbooked United Airlines flight:
Then we had Josh Gordon and his cryptic Tweets followed by his (since deleted) Snapchat posts trashing some Browns-themed items:
Even when there is nothing going on, the Browns find new ways to be entertaining.
Cleveland Browns news:
The Cleveland Browns continue their search for their franchise quarterback and DeShone Kizer appears to be a valid nominee if chosen in the 2017 NFL Draft.
A simple paragraph written by a national writer regarding the Cleveland Browns and the No. 1 overall pick may have some fans scared.
The NFL Draft is still over two weeks away but that doesn’t mean it is too early for Cleveland Browns fans to start getting excited about the 2017 season. Fans still don’t know the schedule for the regular season, but the preseason schedule was just announced this evening.
The Cleveland Browns need help in the secondary, which explains why they are reportedly bringing in Washington’s Kevin King for a visit.
"If Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones had released Tony Romo a month ago, do you think he would have retired from the NFL?"
"Marshawn Lynch reportedly has informed the Raiders he is ready to come out of retirement and play. That’s great, except for one problem: The Seahawks still control Lynch’s rights. So if Lynch officially files for and is granted reinstatement by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, the 30-year-old running back will become a member of the Seahawks’ roster, as if he never left."
"Is this the year the Kansas City Chiefs draft Alex Smith’s heir? The question isn’t when will the Cleveland Browns select a quarterback, but with which pick will it happen? Will the Washington Redskins draft a long-term project to develop behind Kirk Cousins? The quarterback needs for each team vary, which is why we leaned on NFL Nation reporters to predict whether the teams they cover would spend a pick — in any round in this month’s draft — on the most important position on the field."
"The NFL will fine a group of current players who attended in a sporting event at a Las Vegas casino, a source informed of the situation told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport."