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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (4/17/13)

David Richard-US PRESSWIRE


Cleveland Browns:


  • "Pat Summerall's voice won't fade" (ESPN) - "He was the uncle who took us all to the game. His courtly, economic, Southern-honeyed bass was the accompaniment to a symphony of sports: pro and college football, golf, tennis, boxing and basketball. And his longevity matched his versatility. For close to 50 years, for CBS, Fox and ESPN, Pat Summerall was as much a fixture in America's living room as the remote."
  • "Matching cornerbacks with team defensive philosophies" (CBS Sports) - "Last week I broke down the offensive tackles in the draft and the dozen or so teams in need of a starter. The conclusion was that the supply of tackles would not meet the demand of the teams."
  • "Athletic Ansah starting to realize football potential" ( - "As longtime BYU defensive line coach Steve Kaufusi walked past the indoor track inside the university's Smith Fieldhouse one day, he couldn't help but notice a strapping athlete who was stretching his legs. That's one impressive-looking dude, Kaufusi thought, imagining what the dude would look like in a helmet and shoulder pads."
  • "Bengals sign TE Alex Smith from Browns" (AP) - "The Bengals have signed tight end Alex Smith as an unrestricted free agent from Cleveland. The ninth-year player has spent the last three seasons with Cleveland. He played in 12 games last year, starting two, and had 13 catches for 47 yards. He missed three games because of a concussion."