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Daily Dawg Chow (11/9/12)

Matt Sullivan


Cleveland Browns:


  • "Anonymous, mean-spirited quotes and player polls in NFL need to stop" (Yahoo! Sports) - "Confidential player surveys and anonymous front-office evaluations are good for cheap, easy Internet traffic. Few of us can resist scanning the results, even if it's akin to some pathetic grade-school slam book or anonymous Internet bullying."
  • "Calvin Johnson: Hard to grip ball" (ESPN) - "Calvin Johnson said Thursday that he suffered nerve damage from hits suffered in the Detroit Lions' loss to the Minnesota Vikings in September, which has made it hard for him to grip the ball, the Detroit Free Press reported."
  • "Harvin, Peterson miss practice for Vikings" (PFT) - "On offense, the Vikings have two reliable weapons. Neither practiced on Thursday. Via Judd Zulgad of, receiver Percy Harvin missed another day of practice with an ankle that he says was sprained in three places. It casts real doubt on his ability to play Sunday against the Lions."
  • "2013 NFL Draft: Midseason Top 50" ( - "The top of the 2013 NFL Draft looks like an inspired class with plenty of solid talent, but no dominant player in the mold of Andrew Luck, Calvin Johnson or Von Miller. Even considering that, there's an abundance of talent at the defensive tackle position, as well as offensive guard."