On this Wednesday edition of the Sam and Brad Show, the guys give their takes on the NFL expanding replay to review and challenge pass interference calls (00:21). They asked Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal for his take on the change as well (12:44). The guys also talked college basketball with ESPN's Dan Dakich (14:32) and Indians baseball with Zack Meisel of The Athletic (34:29).
On this Monday edition of the Sam and Brad Show, the guys talk everything NFL with Jason Cole of FanSided.com (00:21) and Nate Ulrich from the Akron Beacon Journal about the Browns head coaching search (19:33).
On this Three Question Thursday edition of The Sam and Brad Show, the guys break down the Browns season with Nate Ulrich (00:22). take their game picks with Ross Benjamin (10:10), and lay the groundwork for the highly anticipated Sam and Brad Three Point Shootout with Ben Thomas (23:16)
Browns beat reporter Nate Ulrich joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about the arrival of free agent Dez Bryant to Berea as well as the Browns as they get ready for the Buffalo Bills tomorrow.
As of this writing, Bryant has not signed with a team yet, and is visiting the Browns to see if they fit into his short-term plans.
Browns beat reporter Nate Ulrich joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about the latest Browns news and the upcoming NFL Combine in Indianapolis.
Sam and Brad caught up with Nate Ulrich from the Akron Beacon Journal to talk a little Browns OTA's on a Thursday afternoon.
Browns beat writer Nate Ulrich spoke with Sam and Brad on Monday to talk about the NFL Combine, free agency, and if they would take Texas A&M edge rusher Myles Garrett #1 overall.
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Nate Ulrich, Browns beat reporter for the Akron Beacon Journal joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about what free agent quarterback could possibly help the Browns moving forward.
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Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal discussed the Browns as they head into the offseason and try to rebound from a 1-15 season with WAKR's Brad Russell.
Nate Ulrich from the Akron Beacon Journal joined the Brad Russell Show Wednesday to talk about the Browns, rookie quarterback Cody Kessler, and some of the growing pains seen in this season thus far.
The Browns take on Washington this Sunday. You can catch the game on 97.5 WONE.
The final and fourth preseason game of the season will fire off from FirstEnergy Stadium tonight at 8 p.m.
Nate Ulrich from the Akron Beacon Journal joined the Sam Bourquin Show Thursday afternoon.
The Cleveland Browns and the Green Bay Packers are ready to lift the lid on the 2016 season, and the RGIII era will officially begin.
Browns beat writer Nate Ulrich from the Akron Beacon Journal joined the Sam Bourquin Show to talk about how much Robert might play and what the coaching staff is looking for from him.
"They want to see if he can face that live rush and they'll give him a couple series to see what he can do, especially after not playing quarterback for a year," Ulrich said.
Griffin was injured before playing scout team safety for the Redskins last season.
As far as the skill positions, 1st round pick Corey Coleman will not play due to a hamstring injury and former OSU Buckeye quarterback-turned-receiver Terrelle Pryor might not play as well. Ulrich said it'll be a good chance to see the young receivers play.
"They finally addressed the positiion, they have a bunch of young guys, and I like what Rashard Higgins has been able to do in practice."
The Browns and Packers play on 97.5 WONE at 8 p.m.
The Browns are fully immersed in training camp up in Berea, and with Hue Jackson putting his imprint on the team, you can see a change in the attitude and the intensity on the practice field.
Nate Ulrich from the Akron Beacon Journal spoke with Sam Bourquin and Brad Russell live from Sluggers and Putters in Canal Fulton.
Nate said that Coach Jackson will name a starter at quarterback in relatively short time, and Robert Griffin III has become more consistent with time.
"He to continue to rise to the level of competition," Ulrich said. "He's been up and down, but he's made some plays and gotten a little bit better, but there's a lot that remains to be seen in terms of whether or not he's going to revive his career."
For the full interview of Nate and the guys, click here.
Big news out of Berea as the Cleveland Browns have hired Hue Jackson as their head coach and a lot of people are applauding the move, saying the Browns are headed in the right direction.
Nate Ulrich from the Akron Beacon Journal joined the Average Sports Show Thursday just one day after the move was made.
Ulrich says he sees this as a big positive for the Browns moving forward.
The next step according to Nate includes the hiring of a General Manager, one who isn't afraid of the Browns' new power structure and the analytics approach, and also putting a coaching staff together that will get the best results not only on the practice field, but on Sundays as well.
The Cleveland Browns are making lots of moves, and with so many things in play, you want to know what's next.
Browns beat reporter Nate Ulrich from the Akron Beacon Journal joined the Sam Bourquin Show Tuesday to talk about the firing of Mike Pettine and Ray Farmer and if owner Jimmy Haslam will ever get it right.
"I think it was a good move to turn the page as far as the GM, but I'm not sure about Mike Pettine, he made tough decisions, but the defense was bad and losing 18 out of 21 was bad as well."
Fast forward to the moves made yesterday and today with Sashi Brown and Paul DePodesta joining the organization, it leaves a lot of people with a lot of questions.
"It's out of the box thinking," Ulrich said. "Can the Harvard guys work with the football guys and make this thing work?" "It'll be interesting to watch," he added.
After the Browns humiliating 30-9 loss at the hands of the Pittsburgh Steelers, there are many questions swirling around the lakefront.
Our own Sam Bourquin dissected the loss, saying it amazes him why people continue to watch the team, despite their ineptitude this season, and in seasons past.
"How can you sit there and root this team on?" Bourquin asked. "You're not going to see me barking and woofing."
For Akron Beacon Journal Browns beat writer Nate Ulrich, who joined the show, he says he doesn't really see a light at the end of the tunnel with the current trifecta of Ray Farmer, Mike Pettine, and owner Jimmy Haslam.