Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (3/27/13)

Ezra Shaw

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Cleveland Browns:

  • "Campbell gets another chance in Cleveland" (FS Ohio) - "The Browns never stop surprising. Late Tuesday night, the team announced it had signed quarterback Jason Campbell to a two-year contract. How this fits in the scheme of no stop-gaps is hard to figure, but it does give the team a guy who’s been in the league seven years to compete at quarterback."
  • "Is CB a priority for the Browns?" (OBR) - "In Cleveland, the free agent player signing period got off to a quick start for the Browns with the signing of Jack-LB Paul Kruger. Kruger’s deal with the Browns is five-year, 41-million dollar deal."
  • "Dion Jordan, Kenny Stills have pre-draft visits set with Cleveland" (Beacon Journal) - "University of Oregon outside linebacker/defensive end Dion Jordan and University of Oklahoma wide receiver Kenny Stills are among the prospects who have pre-draft visits set with the Browns, league sources told the Beacon Journal on Tuesday."
  • "Browns to be broadcast on two radio stations" (Morning Journal) - "Call it a marriage of convenience. There are still a plethora of details to work out, but the major lifting has been done. The gist of the story is that Clear Channel Communications has dropped out of the bidding for the Cleveland Browns’ radio rights."

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