Found February 21, 2012 on
San Diego Chargers
New Orleans Saints
New England Patriots
We all know that the franchise mode in Madden is fun, and the detail-oriented amongst us loved NFL Head Coach. While these games may be fun, we all know in the back of our minds that nothing can replicate the feeling of sitting in our favorite team’s front office and having the ability to make the big decisions that will help the Lombardi Trophy wind up in our team’s trophy case in February.
Many of us may be adults, but we're never going to be too old to daydream about what we'd do if we had the opportunity to lead our favorite teams.
What would I do if I ran the Browns?
If I ran the Browns…
…The Browns would be major players in free agency.
There aren’t very many positive memories that Browns fans can take away from Romeo Crennel’s disastrous tenure as head coach of the Browns. The 10-6 season in 2007 was memorable, but since it didn’t lead to a playoff appearance, many Browns fans tend to forget about this season.
However, one notable characte...
BEST OF MAXIM
Prior to the Cleveland Browns front office frantically typing “Indianapolis, IN” into their Garmin Nuvi, head coach Pat Shurmur took a few minutes with the local media to discuss what the next few days of the NFL combine could provide.
With the team rumored to be in the mix for quarterback Robert Griffin III, running back Trent Richardson and a litany of other impact players...
BEREA -- Pat Shurmur has read all the predictions that have the Cleveland Browns trading up to take Robert Griffin III in the NFL Draft.But called the predictions just that -- predictions.I have never met the man, Shurmur said of Griffin, the Baylor quarterback whom most expect to become a Brown.To Shurmur, in-depth scouting begins this week at the NFLs Scouting Combine, and part...
It says an awful lot about the season that Jabaal Sheard had as a rookie that he dominated the competition here. Granted the competition was a bit skewed because the Browns played 3-4 so long and especially during Kamerion Wimbley’s time in Cleveland. Still, there are a lot of years of defensive ends that Sheard had to compete against for the honor of being number one in Browns...
Robert Griffin III continues to be the hot button topic in Cleveland, where a vocal group of fans believes he is the teams future. While some clamor for him to be the teams selection in Aprils NFL either with a trade up to the second spot or with the fourth pick others wonder if Griffin is hype.
Both opinions are held strongly.
The situation is complex, not merely regarding the...
According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer, the Browns are focusing their attention on five NFL prospects that they’re interested in drafting in the first round of April’s draft.
The five players are, quarterback Robert Griffin III, wide receiver Justin Blackmon, running back Trent Richardson, cornerback Morris Claiborne, and quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Inside linebacker hasn’t been a position of strength overall for the Browns since 1999. They’ve had some solid players and some very good players, but they’ve lacked a superstar. Still, in Browns fans minds the choices were pretty clear. D’Qwell Jackson scored over 2700 first place votes while Andra Davis came in a distant second with 661. Davis crushed the competition...
While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at email@example.com.
Evaluating Heckert- “The Browns, who are well under the cap, were not aggressive last offseason and don’t expect much to change this year. Heckert is not a go-for-broke...
Today, Robert Griffin III talked to Dan Patrick. With the amount of rumor and speculation regarding the Browns and Griffin, I decided to check it out. Dan Patrick ended the interview by saying that he thinks Cleveland is most likely going to “go get” Griffin in the draft, but wisely Griffin stayed silent as Patrick only really feigned giving him a chance to respond to the...