Daily Dawg Chow (10/19/12)

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Cleveland Browns:

  • "Richardson planning on playing Sunday — with extra padding" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "Rookie running back Trent Richardson plans on playing Sunday when the Browns travel to Indianapolis, but will have to wear extra padding on his injured ribs."
  • "This time it's different. Again." (FS Ohio) - "The morning after official clearance was given for the Cleveland Browns to become Jimmy Haslam's Cleveland Browns, Haslam and new CEO Joe Banner met first with top team executives, then Browns players, and then the full staff. They'd already put in a full morning before their 10 a.m. public introduction."
  • "Josh Gordon demanding attention" (Beacon Journal) - "Offensive coordinator Brad Childress was stumped when he first heard the Browns drafted wide receiver Josh Gordon in the second round of the supplemental draft July 12."
  • "Weeden's comeback" (Canton Rep) - "Andrew Luck steered Stanford to a quick 14-0 lead in the Fiesta Bowl on Jan. 2. After Luck finished drives of 69 and 87 yards, Brandon Weeden got Oklahoma State back to even on touchdown passes of 43 and 67 yards to Justin Blackmon."

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