Adding at least one defensive lineman, and perhaps multiple defensive linemen, would seem something the Browns would strongly consider in the 2011 NFL draft.
Three regular regional preseason opponents — the Packers, Lions and Bears — dot the Browns' preseason schedule released Tuesday.
Ken Lanci, a Browns fan and self-made millionaire, is suing the NFL and its teams over the current lockout, claiming it violated his contract to buy seats through his personal-seat license.
With Joshua Cribbs returning kicks, the Browns were reportedly one of six teams to vote against the NFL's move of the kickoff line of scrimmage from the 30- to the 35-yard-line.
Which teams in this year's draft could be in the market for a player like A.J. Green or Julio Jones? For one, Browns QB Colt McCoy could use some WR help.
Adding to the uncertainty due to the current lockout are the undeniably shaky QB situations facing one-third of the league's teams, including the 49ers and holdover starter Alex Smith.
The Raiders will likely have to replace shutdown CB Nnamdi Asomugha, who is a free agent, this offseason, as we identify the top three draft needs of each AFC team.
If the Browns enter 2011 with Peyton Hillis and Montario Hardesty as their top running backs, team president Mike Holmgren would have no problem with that scenario.
The Arena League has signed another player from the NFL.
Browns president Mike Holmgren expressed optimism Monday that there will be a resolution to the labor dispute between NFL owners and players, though he acknowledged the timetable for a return to action was uncertain.
This is the ninth in a series of position-by-position looks at the Browns' personnel entering the 2011 season. Here is our analysis of Cleveland's special teams.
This is the eighth in a series of position-by-position looks at the Browns' personnel entering the 2011 season. Here is our analysis of Cleveland's DB situation.
The Browns have given TE Evan Moore a second-round restricted free-agent tender, a source close to the situation confirmed on Thursday.
Browns LB D'Qwell Jackson has re-signed with the team for one year for more than $4.5 million, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
In an interview with KJR-AM in Seattle on Thursday, Browns president Mike Holmgren said he considered a return to coaching after firing Eric Mangini in January.