Hey, did you hear the Cleveland Browns hired Gregg Williams to be their next defensive coordinator? We gave you our thoughts over the last several days, but for the podcast, we turn to a man who played under Williams during his days in Washington in safety Matt Bowen.
Bowen was a four-year letter winner with the Iowa Hawkeyes before heading to the NFL as a defensive back. Following his playing days, Bowen swapped his cleats for a pen a pad as he is now a journalist covering the NFL for ESPN.
You will want to read Matt's story on Williams for Bleacher Report here. He can be followed on Twitter at @MattBowen41 and his ESPN archive can be found here. Big thank you to Matt for giving us his time. We hope you enjoy this one as much as we did.
It's WFNY Podcast #575!
EHC is back with Jim Pete and Mike Hattery discussing Cleveland Indians position groups. Their plan is to hit them all and keep them updated as the Indians make changes. Up first, the boys discuss catchers.
This is the second time we've been able to have a WFNY owner's meeting podcast. Scott, Andrew and Craig jumped on the podcast to talk about some current events as well as the media environment.
It's podcast episode #573! Chris Clem is the proprietor of Chris Clem's Cavs Cast or the C4 podcast, however you wish to refer to it. Just when I was ready to dial him up the Kyle Korver news broke. Chris and I discuss that along with some other Cavaliers topics. We also discuss the war on Browns media.
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It's WFNY Podcast #572 and it marks the return of occasional host Scott Sargent and former WFNY writer Dan Parker.
It took one of the greatest winning streaks in the history of the sport, but the Columbus Blue Jackets are the best team currently in the National Hockey League. With Cleveland (and national outlets) paying increased attention to the Jackets, we turned to our former CBJ beat reporter Dan Parker to discuss what, exactly, is going on down I-71 and why Cleveland fans should be paying even more attention.
Dave, Dylan and Yazan recorded this episode before they went on Christmas break and had it scheduled to release today, hopefully all of the info is still up to date and accurate.
They discuss the Browns 15th loss at the hands of the Chargers, have some more serious parade anger, and even get into the Cavs and Indians.
Did you hear that the Cleveland Indians signed one of the biggest free agents on the market to the richest deal in team history? The Indians signed Edwin Encarnacion away from the Toronto Blue Jays and there was much rejoicing for a move that many Indians fans barely wanted to consider because they didn't find it to be all that feasible. The surprising Tribe made it a reality under President Chris Antonetti. Jim Pete and Mike Hattery of EHC fame break it down for the latest episode of the WFNY Podcast.
Dave and Craig stuck around after their last podcast to do a special Christmas episode. We know some of you will be driving around. Others will be doing anything not to deal with your families. We're here to help.
We discuss Christmas in general. Casio keyboards, hot trendy toys and all kinds of other Christmas stuff.
Dave and Dylan have some thoughts about the Browns this week. They talk about the front office woes, on field issues and that DAMN PARADE.
Dave didn't know what he was getting into when he agreed to this podcast. Craig was mad and he wasn't going to be talked down.
Dylan, Dave and Yaz are back, and we are here to talk about the consequences of losing in Berea. We sent Yazan out to Buffalo to chat with the Ryan brothers, and we have a few thoughts on this 0-16 parade.
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Jim Pete and Mike Hattery of Everybody Hates Cleveland bring their baseball expertise to the WFNY Podcast once again. They're talking about the Indians' outfield options, their impact on the larger MLB bullpen market, and of course free agency.
You're not going to find a full hour of Tribe talk on your local sports talk radio station, but you will here!
Al Laiman has a very interesting back-story. We've just come to know each other through the Patreon universe, but he's an author and now runs The Inciting Incident podcast. Even though it doesn't have anything to do with Cleveland sports, that's what drew us together. He's got Ohio roots and is a fan of all those teams to this day even in enemy territory in Pennsylvania.
Don, Devin and Cincinnati Yazan are here this week to talk you through the big win over the Eagles (WHO DEY) and get you all the info you need to know about the Clowns game coming up this week. (WHO DEY)
We've long been admirer's of Terry Pluto's at WFNY. He's also been on the podcast a few times over the years. He's always been someone who appreciated what we've done and been friendly with links and references back to our work. I was elated when his publisher reached out to us and made some copies of his book available for us to give away to our audience. We're giving three copies of this book away, so please leave a comment on this post telling us your favorite Cavaliers Championship anecdote since they won the title. We'll select some random winners and try to get these books in your hands by Christmas.
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