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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (3/20/13)



Cleveland Browns:


  • "Proposed RB helmet rule is only fair" (ESPN) - "The most important news coming out of this week's NFL owners meetings doesn't involve Wes Welker's defection to Denver, Jeffrey Lurie's push for a Super Bowl in Philadelphia or the possible abolition of the 'tuck rule.' Instead, it's all about the league trying to legislate what running backs do with their noggins."
  • "NFL considering major changes to Pro Bowl" ( - "The future of the Pro Bowl has been a front-and-center topic at the NFL Annual Meeting in Phoenix, and structural changes to the financial awards and selection of teams are on the table, a high-ranking league official said Tuesday."
  • "Cap restrictions, draft philosophy make grading free agency tough" (CBS Sports) - "How do I grade the first week of free agency when I am not a big believer in throwing money around to sign guys? It's a tough dilemma. Do you give high grades to the teams that did nothing, the Steelers and the Packers, because they are so draft-centric?"
  • "Rex Ryan: Jets not actively dangling Revis" (AP) - "Rex Ryan is like every coach: He doesn't want to see his best player leave. Yet even while Ryan was saying Tuesday that the New York Jets are not actively pursuing a trade of Darrelle Revis, he sounded prepared to enter the 2013 season without his star cornerback."