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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (2/11/13)

Brace Hemmelgarn-US PRESSWIRE


Cleveland Browns:

  • "What moves should the Browns make in free agency?" (FS Ohio) - "There is no question that there is a pretty sizable gap between the upper echelon of the NFL and the Browns. The roster as currently constructed is very young but the Browns could make some judicious moves that could help them speed up the process quicker and give them a shot to make a push for the playoffs in 2013."
  • "Weeden eager for competition to remain Browns' QB" (AP) - "The new regime in charge of the Cleveland Browns has done nothing to cement Brandon Weeden's status as the franchise quarterback and that's just fine with him. After a rocky rookie season, Weeden is eager for the competition that new owner Jimmy Haslam has predicted prior to next season."
  • "A look at possible targets for Browns in third round" (Beacon Journal) - "This is the tenth in a 20-part series examining some possibilities for the Browns in the 2013 NFL Draft, including extensive looks at the most likely prospects for the No. 6 overall selection, potential targets later in the draft, trade-down scenarios, what the other teams in the AFC North might do and the top players coming out of Ohio State and the Mid-American Conference."
  • "Former Browns recall days of discrimination, question effectiveness of Rooney Rule" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "Hall of Famer Bobby Mitchell couldn’t finish his story to the teenagers because he choked up. Nearly 60 years later, his train trip from Arkansas to attend the University of Illinois brings back a tidal wave of emotions."