The Cleveland Browns traded down before finally making their pick, but we covered it all. We discussed what happened ahead of the Browns from Carson Wentz and Jared Goff to Joey Bosa, Ezekiel Elliott and the rest of the drafted Buckeyes.
Finally the Cleveland Browns selected Corey Coleman, Wide Receiver, Baylor and made him the first wide receiver off the board. We discuss that and everything else that happened with the Cleveland Browns.
It's NFL draft day 2016 and I had some thoughts for you on the Browns and all the Buckeyes. I also discussed the Cavaliers' playoff layoff waiting for other series to complete. Is the layoff good or bad? Finally I spoke about micro-charity and the Twitter bullying that's in the news lately.
They made a promise and they are sticking to it! The Friday Fumble boys are back with a preview for your NFL Draft. They break down the Browns picks, learn a few new things and round it out with a round-table discussion with some of the greatest NFL draft experts you've ever heard of.
Enjoy the Friday Fumble Draft Preview!
The Cleveland Cavaliers have dispatched their first-round opponent, The Detroit Pistons, in four games. It wasn't always easy, but the Cavs managed a sweep. I discussed that and a whole host of other topics with Brian Spaeth.
With the Cavaliers in the midst of another postseason run, Scott Sargent was fortunate to be joined by three of the more prominent personalities in coverage all things NBA. NBA TV’s Kristen Ledlow, ESPN’s Brian Windhorst and CBS Sports’ Zach Harper all took time out of their incredibly busy schedules to talk NBA, the Cavaliers’ regular season and what fans of many teams can expect over the next several weeks.
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Many thanks to Kristen, Brian and Zach. Kristen can be seen on NBA TV with an all new Inside Stuff airing this Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Brian’s work can be found on ESPN.com as well as a variety of ESPN programs including Rachel Nichols’ The Jump. Zach can be found on CBS Sports as well A Wolf Amongst Wolves. Follow them on Twitter at @KristenLedlow, @ESPNWIndhorst, and @talkhoops.
It's been a long week and I haven't had much of a chance to podcast. I attended the most recent Cavs game which is a mixed bag. It gives me something to talk about, but it saps one of the most opportune time periods that I use to record this very podcast. I had a few moments, so I recorded my thoughts on the Cavs and also the Browns recent trade down in the NFL draft.
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It's been a while since we heard from our friends at the Browns Friday Fumble. But the NFL is a 365-day-a-year sport at this point so with the release of the full schedule, the boys decided to get back together to project wins and losses.
Dave and Dylan took a break from their nearly constant draft analysis, to take a look at the newly release schedule and break each game down for you guys.
The Cleveland Cavaliers took the best shot the Pistons had and survived a blistering three-point shooting performance to take Game 1. Andrew Schnitkey jumps on the pod to discuss the win and what to expect going forward.
Welcome to Episode 1 of the WFNY Soccer podcast! Don't worry, a snappy title will be coming later.
I'm trying really hard not to be a hater. Kobe Bryant is a great player. His accomplishments are obvious and great. That said, the wash, rinse, repeat retirement tour that we've come to accept in professional sports felt misused on Bryant. If there was ever a guy who should have walked away more quietly it was Kobe Bryant.
I discuss that at length, hopefully without being unfair to Bryant and the great things he's done. Still, I think we need to have a talk about authenticity and magic and sports coverage in the wake of it all.
The Cleveland Browns have held tight waiting for Josh Gordon for a long time now, and it's been commonly held that waiting was the only rational business decision. I feel like I've asked this question a million times now, but having seen Josh Gordon's latest trials and tribulations with drug testing, is now the time when they finally say enough's enough? Is the Hue Jackson, Sashi Brown, Paul DePodesta triumvirate going to find enough business reasons to hold on one more time and wait?
Also I discuss the Cavaliers locking down the number one seed and resetting the table for the playoffs in terms of record. I talk about the Warriors' amazing season and whether or not it was the best way to prepare for the playoff season. Trying not to be a hater, versus looking for a truth.
Lastly I talked about the NFL draft and just how highly Carson Wentz and Jared Goff project to be. Are they projected to be better quarterbacks than Joe Flacco and Andy Dalton? Do they project to be better than Ben Roethlisberger? Do they project to be better than Robert Griffin III?
Jamie Meklemburg is back to talk about UFC, Stipe Miocic and the rest of the weekend sports topics.
Towpath Half Marathon, losing weight and quitting smoking Junior Dos Santos says Stipe has a slight advantage over Werdum Stipe Miocic title shot against Fabricio Werdum on Saturday May 14 in Curitaba, Brazil Will Smith and his wife shot in New Orleans
Smith was rear-ended while driving in New Orleans's Lower Garden District on Saturday night, causing him to hit a vehicle in front of him, police said. The driver of the vehicle that hit Smith, identified by police as Cardell Hayes, "exchanged words" with the former football player after the crash. Hayes, 28, then drew a handgun and shot Smith several times, police said. Hayes stayed at the scene, police said, and a handgun was recovered from the area. Hayes was arrested and charged with second-degree murder.
Jordan Spieth quad bogey on the 12 giving way to Danny Willett Hitting the water twice Johnny Manziel living with Von Miller and delineating between partying and being out of control.
"I don't think there's anything wrong with partying, bro," Manziel said. "There's a difference between partying and being out of control."
Chris Clem is starting to become a regular on the WFNY Podcast thanks to Dave Sterling bringing him into the fold. I reached out to him this time to discuss his trip to see Wrestlemania 32 and also to discuss the Cavaliers hitting the switch for the playoffs. You can find everything related to Chris Clem at his website and here is a link for his podcast directly.
The Indians finally had their home opener a day later and it ended in a loss. David Ortiz hit a homer and that incenses me because I'm tired of David Ortiz being a menace to the Indians. Here's what else was discussed.
This was recorded before I spoke to TD, but it's still relevant. I talked about the Cleveland Indians first and their cancellation of opening day. Mostly I talked about how I didn't feel like they could win. I also discussed my thoughts on the Browns quarterbacks and how the Cavaliers haven't flipped the switch, but LeBron James certainly has.
Get ready for the playoffs because LeBron is definitely ready.