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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (12/26/12)

Justin K. Aller


Cleveland Browns:


  • "Top 5 NFL stories of 2012" (Yahoo! Sports) - "The year featured its usual array of the exciting (the Giants beat the Patriots in another classic Super Bowl), the fantastic (the play of rookie QBs Robert Griffin III, Andrew Luck and Russell Wilson), the disagreeable (Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano and Giants counterpart Tom Coughlin arguing about strategy) and the tragic (Eagles coach Andy Reid's son overdosing on heroin and Cowboys linebacker Jerry Brown being killed in a car accident)."
  • "TMQ's Christmas wish list for NFL" (ESPN) - "Tuesday Morning Quarterback sends holiday good wishes to my three favorite groups -- space aliens, mega-babes and football enthusiasts. Bells are ringing all across the local star cluster!"
  • "Vikings vying for playoffs with sore Peterson" (AP) - "One year ago, Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier approached the postgame news conference and was ready to bask in the glory of a pre-Christmas victory that snapped a six-game losing streak, even though star running back Adrian Peterson's career was in doubt following a major knee injury."
  • "Sources: Mario Manningham out" (ESPN) - "The San Francisco 49ers are still assessing the damage a day after a thorough defeat at the hands of the division rival Seattle Seahawks, but the early returns are not good. Wide receiver Mario Manningham tore both the ACL and PCL in his left knee, sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter."