Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (9/16/13)

Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

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Cleveland Browns:

NFL:

  • "Week 2 injury roundup: Reggie Bush injures knee" (NFL.com) - "It was an ugly Sunday for injuries, especially to big-name players. Steven Jackson, Ray Rice, Reggie Bush, Larry Fitzgerald, Eddie Lacy, Maurice Jones-Drew, Andre Johnson and Brandon Weeden were just some of the players to get hurt in Week 2."
  • "Josh Freeman says he isn’t planning to request a trade" (PFT) - "Before the start of Sunday’s games, there was a report that Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman was 'likely' to request a trade this season because his working relationship with Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano was 'beyond repair.'"
  • "Week 2: Early themes emerging" (ESPN) - "Big passing numbers and close games continue to dot the NFL landscape. Roger Goodell has to be delighted in the consistent number of games being decided in the final minutes. Fantasy players must be thrilled with the individual numbers."
  • "DeAndre Hopkins, Martellus Bennett among early stars of wild Week 2" (SI.com) - "The NFL produced plenty of nail-biting moments in Week 1 as a dozen games (75 percent of the action from last Thursday through Monday) were decided by fewer than 10 points. Week 2 started with another close one — New England’s 13-10 victory over the Jets — and that drama carried right on over into Sunday."
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