The Voice of the Browns Jim Donovan caught up with Sam and Brad today to talk about the 2018 draft class for John Dorsey, Hue Jackson and company.
WKYC Sports Director and Voice of the Browns Jim Donovan spoke with Sam and Brad to talk NFL free agency, some of the deals the Browns have made, and the possible future of Joe Thomas.
Channel 3 Sports personality and Voice of the Cleveland Browns Jim Donovan spoke with the Sam and Brad Show Monday to talk about the Browns, as they fell to 0-6 after their loss to the Texans Sunday.
Jim Donovan, the radio voice of the Cleveland Browns spoke with Sam and Brad Thursday ahead of the Ravens game on Sunday.
Kickoff is at 1pm on 97.5 WONE, Akron's home of the Cleveland Browns.
Jim Donovan from Channel 3 Sports and play-by-play voice of the Cleveland Browns joined Sam Bourquin on Monday to talk about the team's 0-9 season, what can be done to stop the bleedng, and how much blame should be placed on the shoulders of head coach Hue Jackson.
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The circus continues in Berea, and the Cleveland Browns are looking for a new General Manager and Head Coach.
The "Voice of the Browns" WKYC's Jim Donovan joined the Sam Bourquin Show on a "Black Monday" to talk about the feeling heading into FirstEnergy Stadium Sunday and what the feelings were from not only Donovan's perspective, but the fans' perspective as the Browns played another meaningless game in the month of January against the Steelers.
"It was an eerie feeling," Donovan said.
"Going into the stadium it was like going into Heinz Field, because everybody was wearing a black and gold Steelers shirt and waving their Terrible Towels."
"Those are the fruits of being 3-13, that happens when you lose a lot, you lose control of the stadium."
Steve King from BrownsDailyDose.com said he expected the firings of Farmer and Pettine to happen, but he says applauds owner Jimmy Haslam for doing what had to be done.
"You can't move forward until you clear the path and that's what he did."
The Cleveland Browns are rebuilding...Again. The Browns have fired another GM and head coach...Again. When will it stop you ask?
Our own Sam Bourquin has his take on the Browns' misfourtunes.
"We have a seven-layer Browns burrito (of dysfunction) in Berea," says Bourquin. "We still don't have a quarterback, we have a left tackle (in Joe Thomas that doesn't know if he wants to be a part of this mess, and I don't blame him."
He also discussed the addition of Sashi Brown to the organization, saying that he does not understand why he would have control over the 53-man roster and other football decisions.
With the news coming out recently regarding former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar saying that he'd be willing to help the organization regain its footing as one of the league's more competitive franchises, many people have weighed in with their opinions on whether or not #19 would be welcomed back into the fold.
Sammy B caught up with the Voice of the Browns, WKYC Channel 3's own Jim Donovan to talk about Kosar reaching out to the Browns organization, with hopes of changing the culture.
"It's not the first time he said it," Donovan said. "Three owners since 1999 haven't taken Bernie up on his offer, but there's two sides two every story."
Jim says he does not know what role Kosar would like to pursue, whether it's team president, GM, or another role.
Jim Donovan said that one of the obvious things that's going on with the Browns this year, is the lack of talent and it came from some missed draft picks, especially in the first round.
"Guys like Erving, Manziel, Gilbert, those are all guys that should be playing and contributing," he said.