Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (6/17/14)

Matt Sullivan

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Cleveland Browns:

NFL:

  • "NFL launches effort to defend blackout rule" (PFT) - "At a time when the NFL faces the potential elimination of its blackout rule, the league has embarked on an effort to prevent limitations on the ability to refuse to telecast games in the local market if those contests aren’t 'sold out.'"
  • "Report: Every NFL team could be using head impact sensors as soon as 2015" (SI.com) - "If a group of researchers have their way, all NFL players will be wearing helmets with head impact sensors by the 2015 season."
  • "Is Denarius Moore falling out of favor with Raiders?" (NFL.com) - "The 2011 fifth-round draft pick made Around The League's list of the top 10 summertime trade candidates following the Raiders' offseason additions of James Jones and Greg Little."
  • "Dallas Clark to retire with Colts" (ESPN) - "Dallas Clark, the most-prolific tight end in Indianapolis Colts' history, will retire with the team Wednesday."

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