Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (12/12/13)

Stew Milne-USA TODAY Sports

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Cleveland Browns:

NFL:

  • "Bears likely to let Cutler walk in offseason" (NFP) - "Unless quarterback Jay Cutler is willing to take a club-friendly deal on his next contract, the Chicago Bears are likely to let Cutler become a free agent in the offseason, a source said Wednesday. The Bears would do that even at the risk of losing him."
  • "Goodell: NFL to consider centralizing replay reviews" (NFL.com) - "NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell indicated Wednesday that the league is considering making fundamental changes with how in-game replay reviews are handled."
  • "Rodgers takes first-team offensive reps in practice" (ESPN) - "A day after revealing that he experienced unexpected and significant pain while doing simple football maneuvers in practice last week, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers took some snaps with the first-team offense in practice Wednesday."
  • "The Dysfunction In D.C." (SI.com) - "What in the world is happening in Washington? Trying to make some sense of Mike Shanahan's decision to bench Robert Griffin III and what it means for the head coach, the star quarterback, the owner and the future of the franchise."
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