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Daily Dawg Chow (4/2/12)


Cleveland Browns:


  • "Sean Payton, Loomis hearings set" (ESPN) - "New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton and general manager Mickey Loomis are planning to be at the NFL's New York offices Tuesday for their respective appeals of suspensions as a result of the bounty program the team used from 2009-11, a source close to the situation told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter."
  • "NFLPA seeks more Saints probe info" (ESPN) - "NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith says the NFL must release to the union all relevant information pertaining to its investigation of the New Orleans Saints' bounty program before making any recommendations or rulings on possible penalties for players."
  • "What do All-Pro teams tell us about NFL Draft?" ( - "For as much research and analysis goes into each year’s NFL Draft, the whole process is a very inexact science. How often has a “sure thing” flamed out before reaching an elite level? What causes so many late-round and undrafted players to wind up developing into terrific talents?"
  • "NFL concussion lawsuits keep adding former players" (AP via Yahoo! Sports) - "Mark Rypien is a Super Bowl MVP and champion, a former quarterback for the Washington Redskins and other teams who reached football’s pinnacle and now wonders at what cost."