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Daily Dawg Chow (3/21/12)


Cleveland Browns:

  • "Re-committing to Colt McCoy isn't the worst idea" (ESPN Cleveland) - "When status quo starts to make sense: Mike Holmgren restated his commitment to Colt McCoy in an appearance on Seattle radio station KJR on Tuesday. It was the second time the Browns’ president expressed confidence in McCoy since the unsuccessful attempt to move up to No. 2 in the draft to snatch Baylor QB Robert Griffin III."
  • "How Manning's Decision Trickles Down to the Cleveland Browns QB Situation" (Plain Dealer) - "Now that Peyton Manning has settled upon the Denver Broncos, there's a ripple effect in the NFL quarterback pool that extends all the way to Northeast Ohio."
  • "Browns not going for big splash in free agency" (FS Ohio) - "When team president Mike Holmgren says the Browns will "stay the course" he means don't expect the roster to change dramatically in free agency. General manager Tom Heckert says the Browns won't "go crazy" in the marketplace."
  • "Don't Get Any Ideas, Kids" (ESPN Cleveland) - "The Browns’ continued descent into irrelevance imperils their hold on the younger portion of their fan base, but that might not be such a bad thing. Just imagine if teenagers throughout Northeast Ohio duplicated the Browns’ response to critics of their disinterest in building the team through free agency."