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  • Daily Dawg Chow (5/24/19)
    by Jon Stinchcomb on May 24, 2019 at 11:15 am

    More of the latest Browns news and notes from around the web in today’s dose of the Daily Dawg Chow. Cleveland Browns: “Browns to host ex-Bucs DT McCoy for a visit” (AP) - “Several other teams have expressed interest in McCoy, the No. 3 overall pick in the 2010 draft. The 31-year-old had a down year -- by his standards -- in 2018, but Dorsey believes McCoy isn’t close to being finished.” “Browns Film Room: CB Greedy Williams’ strengths and weaknesses” (WFNY) - “The Cleveland Browns had a busy offseason that saw some big signings and trades. The 2019 NFL Draft had a different feeling for the Browns as the team did not have a first-round pick.” “2 Cleveland Browns fans, 1 common goal: Beat cancer” (cleveland.com) - “Because of his sense of humor, his family, his never-say-quit attitude, Matthew Dixon is fighting cancer. Because of a love of the Cleveland Browns, he has some help in that battle.” “Cleveland celebrates “huge win” of being awarded 2021 NFL Draft with pride, smiles and cheers” (C-T) - “As sunshine splashed the Terminal Tower and Old Stone Church, the celebration started on the playground between the majestic landmarks.” “Cleveland has become popular choice to host major events” (WKYC) - “The City of Cleveland has become a popular host for events across the sports, entertainment and political landscapes, and that grew with the acquisition of the NFL’s signature offseason event.” “Steve Wilks still sorting out the linebacker room” (247Sports) - “The Cleveland Browns are returning starting inside linebacker Joe Schobert and starting outside linebacker Christian Kirksey but the rest of the room looks a lot different.&rdquo […]

  • Report: Browns are on Gerald McCoy’s “short list” of teams
    by Thomas Moore on May 23, 2019 at 7:48 pm

    Cleveland, needing depth on defensive line, could look to the three-time All-Pro for help. The Cleveland Browns are reportedly on the “short list” of teams that defensive tackle Gerald McCoy is considering. That is according to Mary Kay Cabot at cleveland.com, who cites a league source as saying that the Browns “intrigue” McCoy and that he will be visiting Cleveland in the very near future to talk with general manager John Dorsey. EX-#Bucs DT Gerald McCoy has #Browns and #Ravens on his very short list, and #Bengals interested too; Likely to visit Cleveland soon. https://t.co/SrTcKMxDyt— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) May 23, 2019 McCoy will reportedly be in Cleveland on Friday to talk with the Browns, according to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo: Free agent DT Gerald McCoy has told interested teams he will visit the #Browns first, sources tell me and @RapSheet. Visit to happen in the next day. Among the other interested teams in the former #Buccaneers lineman are the #Panthers and #Bengals.— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) May 23, 2019 The Browns have reportedly had their eye on McCoy for a while now, but were reluctant to enter into trade talks as it was widely expected across the league that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers would have to release the three-time All-Pro defensive tackle due to salary cap issues. The inevitable finally became reality on Tuesday when Tampa Bay “mutually parted ways” with McCoy, who made six Pro Bowl appearances in his nine seasons with the Buccaneers. The veteran is now studying his options, and while almost every team in the league has been linked to him, Cabot reports that McCoy is only considering three or four teams, a group that in addition to the Browns includes the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals - and may make a decision in the next few weeks. The Browns could certainly use McCoy’s help, even after signing defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson in free agency. A lack of quality depth last season led the team to overwork the starters, most notably defensive end Myles Garrett and defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi: The Cleveland Browns saw HUGE snap counts from their young studs on the defensive line this year.Depth along the DLine is definitely a need this offseason (via @PFF_Mike: https://t.co/rDdbwv5A3z pic.twitter.com/WhhYwwSTLj— Pro Football Focus (@PFF) January 15, 2019 The 31-year-old McCoy might be a bit older than one would like to see in a free agent, but he has continued to be a productive player, as NFL.com points out: The defensive tackle has amassed at least five sacks in each of the last seven seasons, the league’s longest active streak among DTs. Since 2010, McCoy has 50.5 sacks, the third-most among all defensive tackles. His six Pro Bowl selections since 2012 are tied with Cincinnati’s Geno Atkins for the most among defensive lineman. The Browns would seem to be appealing as they are a team on the rise, which would be a refreshing change for McCoy, who played on teams in Tampa that finished in last place in the NFC South Division seven times in his nine seasons. If McCoy is willing to accept a reduced role, creating a defensive tackle rotation of McCoy, Richardson and Ogunjobi would create a nice middle of the defensive line for the Browns. […]

  • NFL Draft coming to Cleveland in 2021
    by Thomas Moore on May 23, 2019 at 1:35 pm

    Annual event just the latest spectacle to grace the shores of Lake Erie in recent years. The NFL Draft has long been considered the “Super Bowl” for fans of the Cleveland Browns as it generally marked the high point of the year. That is no longer the case now that the Browns are poised to rejoin the league’s elite teams, but the draft will once again be front and center after the NFL selected Cleveland as the host city for the 2021 NFL Draft. The announcement was made on Wednesday at the league’s annual spring meeting. An official press conference with representatives from the Browns, the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, the city of Cleveland and Destination Cleveland will take place today at 3 p.m. in Public Square and include a free tailgate event. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell promised that fans will have a “unique experience” when the draft comes to Cleveland, according to a press release from clevelandbrowns.com: “Cleveland has a passionate fan base and the city offers distinctive iconic locations and attractions that will bring the NFL Draft experience to fans in unique and exciting ways. We look forward to collaborating with the Cleveland Browns, the City of Cleveland, Greater Cleveland Sports Commission and Destination Cleveland to celebrate the achievements of the next generation of players and create a memorable fan experience.” While the financial benefits of hosting an event like this are always inflated, there is no doubt that the region should see a nice financial boost from hosting the three-day event. Nashville, the host of this year’s draft, reportedly saw $132.8 million come into the city, while Dallas (2018 draft) brought in $125 million and Philadelphia (2017 draft) cashed in with $94 million, according to cleveland.com. The 2021 NFL Draft will also coincide with the Browns celebrating their 75th anniversary season, which is a nice added touch. It should be a fun weekend for Northeast Ohio, and the only way to make it even better would be to have quarterback Baker Mayfield, defensive end Myles Garrett and head coach Freddie Kitchens walk on stage with the Lombardi Trophy as Goodell announces that the Browns are on the clock with the 32nd pick of the first round. […]

  • Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (5/23/19)
    by Jon Stinchcomb on May 23, 2019 at 10:30 am

    More of the latest Browns news and notes from around the web in today’s dose of the Daily Dawg Chow. Cleveland Browns: “Cleveland named host of 2021 NFL Draft” (ABJ) - “Cleveland will finally be the home of the NFL Draft. After twice becoming a finalist to host the draft but falling short of receiving league approval, the city has been selected as the site for the 2021 draft.” “Gerald McCoy intrigued by the Browns, could make a visit here, source says” (cleveland.com) - “The Browns are one of a few teams Gerald McCoy is intrigued by, and he could make a visit to Cleveland if things progress, a league source told cleveland.com.” “Denzel Ward spoke to Greedy Williams about being a potential tandem before Browns picked him” (Browns.com) - “When the Browns selected Greedy Williams with the 46th pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, many fans had the same thought: future cornerback tandem.” “How the receivers absent from OTAs are stymieing the growth of the Browns’ offense” (WKNR) - “The Browns passed the midway point of their “voluntary” OTA workouts on Wednesday. Five down and three to go before the mandatory minicamp June 4-6.” “A promising young receiving corps has the Cleveland Browns primed for 2019 and beyond” (PFF) - “After years of seemingly endless turmoil, there’s no doubt that the Cleveland Browns franchise has finally started to trend in right the direction.” NFL: “NFL owners vote to change instant replay rules for potential pass interference calls again” (CBS) - “For the second time this offseason, the NFL is making a change to the rules regarding replay review of pass interference plays.” “NFL asks teams to stop Oklahoma drill, others” (ESPN) - “The NFL has asked teams to eliminate some high-impact drills -- including the iconic Oklahoma drill -- from training camp practices as part of the league’s ongoing effort to reduce concussions.” “Dak Prescott submits counteroffer to Dallas Cowboys” (NFL.com) - “That’s the word from Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who spoke to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport at the Spring League Meeting in Key Biscayne, Fla., on Wednesday.&rdquo […]

  • Daily Dawg Chow (5/22/19)
    by Jon Stinchcomb on May 22, 2019 at 10:30 am

    More of the latest Browns news and notes from around the web in today’s dose of the Daily Dawg Chow. Cleveland Browns: “Cleveland could be selected to host 2021 NFL Draft” (WKYC) - “Even in years in which the Browns didn’t possess a first-round pick, Cleveland has traditionally been one of the top markets for viewing the NFL Draft.” “Greedy Williams signs rookie contract with Browns” (NFL.com) - “The Cleveland Browns’ top draft pick inked on the dotted line. The team announced second-round corner Greedy Williams signed his rookie contract.” “Myles Garrett isn’t lobbying for Gerald McCoy” (Plain Dealer) - “Garrett took part in a groundbreaking at Ellet High School for a new synthetic turf field as part of an initiative by Browns owners Dee and Jimmy Haslam.” “Woman’s credibility questioned at Winslow trial” (AP) - “The woman testified that Winslow, 35, raped her after he picked her up hitchhiking in March of 2018 in Encinitas, north of San Diego.” NFL: “Eric Weddle on Playing Safety and Keeping Secrets: The Big Interview” (MMQB) - “I was driving from LAX to Thousand Oaks, Calif., where the next day I would watch film at the Rams facility with their new safety, Eric Weddle.” “Tampa Bay Swaps Out Gerald McCoy for Ndamukong Suh” (The Ringer) - “Where Tampa doesn’t have depth is on the defensive line. While Suh will replace McCoy fairly neatly, there are still major questions on the edges.” “‘Game of Thrones’ actor Aaron Rodgers rips show’s ending” (CBS) - “First, before we move on here, we should note that there will be spoilers all over the place below, so if you haven’t seen the finale yet and you don’t want it ruined, you should stop reading now.&rdquo […]

 

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