CLEVELAND (AP) -- The Cleveland Browns are going to "air" it out this season.
The team announced plans Thursday for a one-hour radio show, "Cleveland Browns Daily," devoted to the NFL franchise, which has struggled in the 12 years since its expansion restart.
Hosted by Browns' staffer and pro football writer, Vic Carrucci, the show will air from 6-7 p.m. weekdays on ESPN 850 WKNR. The team says fans will get comprehensive coverage and analysis of the Browns "on and off the field." The Browns plan to incorporate the show with its other media platforms. They say guests will include members of the team's front office, alumni and "various personalities from the football industry."
Browns president Mike Holmgren says the team is excited to bring its passionate fans "a year-round radio forum."