Here were the Browns' standouts on offense, defense and special teams in their Week 16 loss at Baltimore.
PFW correspondent Tony Grossi, the Browns' beat writer for The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer, recently answered five questions about the state of the club as it nears the end of another playoff-less season.
Is Peyton Hillis worth starting against the Steelers? Here are some of the Browns' fantasy football options this week.
It's time for the Browns to start spreading the work around a little more in the backfield, and Chris Ogbonnaya merits more opportunities than he's received the last two games.
Here's a matchup to watch in Sunday's Ravens-Browns game.
Browns RBs Peyton Hillis and Montario Hardesty are active for Sunday's game at Cincinnati after missing multiple games with injuries.
PFW publisher Hub Arkush says players like DeSean Jackson, Matt Forte and Peyton Hillis are at the mercy of their teams regarding whether they get deserved new deals or not.
His future in Cleveland is uncertain, but this much is certain about Peyton Hillis: The Browns need him to return this season, and he needs to get back on the field, as well.
The Browns will likely again be without RBs Peyton Hillis (hamstring) and Montario Hardesty (calf) on Sunday vs. St. Louis, head coach Pat Shurmur indicated Monday, multiple media outlets reported.
Browns RB Peyton Hillis reinjured his hamstring injury during practice Friday, and on Saturday the team downgraded his status to "out" for Sunday's game.
Injuries have left the Browns thin at running back, and the organization has some decisions to make — and some self-analysis to do — in the offseason, writes PFW's Mike Wilkening.
The trading deadline passed without Browns RB Peyton Hillis being traded. This was the right move for Cleveland, writes PFW's Mike Wilkening.
Browns head coach Pat Shurmur told reporters Monday that the club isn't shopping RB Peyton Hillis, who suffered a hamstring injury in Sunday's loss at Oakland.
Browns RB Peyton Hillis explained further his decision not to play vs. Miami in Week Three because of strep throat, confirming that agent Kennard McGuire advised him not to play.
Though he has more competition for work, Browns RB Peyton Hillis remains the starter in an offense that keeps its tailbacks busy.