Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Jarvis Landry will join Myles Garrett, Denzel Ward and (alternate) Joel Bitonio in the Pro Bowl. Landry was added to the roster when Houston receiver DeAndre Hopkins withdrew because of injury. This is the fourth year in a row Landry will play in the game.


Metcalf thinking playoffs for Browns

Former Browns RB Eric Metcalf joins Rizz and Hammer to talk about his impressions of Freddie Kitchens and his expectations for the 2019 season.

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1dDavid Schoenfield

Five moves we want to see the rest of this offseason

Corey Kluber and A.J. Pollock turning the Reds into contenders? A swap of former No. 1 prospects? Dallas Keuchel teaming up with Manny or Bryce? Here's how we're hoping the rest of the hot stove season plays out.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Baker Mayfield was voted NFL Rookie of the Year by the Professional Football Writers of America (PFWA). Mayfield and cornerback Denzel Ward were voted to the PFWA All-Rookie team. Officially recognized NFL awards will be presented the night before the Super Bowl.


Freddie Kitchens presser reaction

The Next Level give their first reactions for Freddie Kitchenâ`™s introductory press conference, including their favorite quote from the new Browns head coach.


Schefter: Browns in playoffs in 2019?

ESPN's Adam Schefter joined Rizz and Hammer to discuss the Browns' playoff chances and the scenario under which the Steelers would trade Antonio Brown to Cleveland.

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3dPat McManamon

Kitchens: Browns showed 'guts' to hire me

Freddie Kitchens didn't have the most sparkling resume. He wasn't the smartest candidate, the best dresser or most eloquent speaker. None of that mattered to the Browns. "I know that I'm not a popular choice. I understand that and I don't care," he said.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Freddie Kitchens said he will continue to call the offensive plays. Todd Monken will have all other offensive coordinator duties, but Kitchens will call the plays.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Freddie Kitchens said the goal will always be one thing: Hoist the Lombardi Trophy after winning the Super Bowl. "It drives me crazy that people are happy with 7-8-1," he said. "It literally drives me crazy." He added: "We understand that was an improvement, but under no circumstances is that going to be acceptable."

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Freddie Kitchens: "I believe that they made the best decision, and I believe that they believe they made the best decision." He then added that he knows there have been more downs than ups with the Browns since 1999. “But that ends today," he said. "I promise you that.”

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Owners Jimmy and Dee Haslam watch from the front row as GM John Dorsey introduces new coach Freddie Kitchens.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Browns announced the official hirings of the coordinators on Freddie Kitchens' coaching staff: Steve Wilks as defensive coordinator, Todd Monken as offensive coordinator and Mike Priefer as special teams coordinator. In addition, the team announced the following hires: Stump Mitchell as running backs/run game coordinator, James Campen as offensive line/associate head coach, Ryan Lindley as quarterback coach, Jody Wright as special assistant to the head coach, Jim Dray as offensive quality control coach and Tyler Tettleton as offensive quality control coach.