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Daily Dawg Chow (3/22/12)


Cleveland Browns:


  • "Tim Tebow traded to Jets" (ESPN) - "For the second time Wednesday, Denver has agreed to trade Tim Tebow and a 2012 seventh-round draft pick to the New York Jets for a fourth- and sixth-round pick in April's draft."
  • "Redskins cleared for now" (Washington Post) - "But the Washington Redskins escaped punishment, at least for now, when the league also announced that it had found no evidence to corroborate allegations that a similar bounty program existed between 2004 and 2007, when Gregg Williams, the man at the center of the Saints’ bounty program, coached for Joe Gibbs. A person familiar with the case said the NFL’s active investigation of the Redskins was closed, but left open the possibility of reopening the probe should new information surface."
  • "Goodell sends a message to the Saints, NFL" (Yahoo! Sports) - "Roger Goodell sent a message Wednesday that resonated throughout the sports world, and it was more than a resounding blow for player safety or a repudiation of bounties and dishonesty."
  • "Alex Smith returns to 49ers" (AP via ESPN) - "No hard feelings on Alex Smith's part that the San Francisco 49ers pursued Peyton Manning. In the end, Smith is right back where he expected to be all along -- with the only franchise he ever has known."
  • "Bengals add BenJarvus Green-Ellis" (ESPN) - "Former New England Patriots running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis reached agreement on a three-year deal with the Cincinnati Bengals on Wednesday, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter."