Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (4/4/13)

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Cleveland Browns:

  • "Sizing up the Browns roster so far" (FS Ohio) - "The big question is are they better or worse than last year at this time? It is well documented that the Browns had one of the youngest rosters in the NFL with half of the opening day roster last September either rookies or second-year players."
  • "Horton’s New Toys" (OBR) - "Cleveland Browns new defensive coordinator Ray Horton, 52 years old, may not have the hairstyle befitting a man of his age, but he does have three new defensive players that fit quite well with his coaching philosophies."
  • "Mel Kiper sees value for Cleveland Browns in moving down in NFL draft" (Plain Dealer) - "The Browns have plenty of needs in the upcoming NFL Draft, but offensive tackles aren’t among them, thanks to the presence of Joe Thomas and Mitchell Schwartz."
  • "McShay's take on Syracuse's Ryan Nassib" (AFC North Blog) - "Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib is scheduled to have a private workout with the Cleveland Browns on Thursday. If you need a quick scouting report on him, click on the video for a breakdown from ESPN's Todd McShay." - [VIDEO]

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