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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (5/30/13)

David Richard-US PRESSWIRE


Cleveland Browns:


  • "Gronk to have back surgery" (ESPN) - "New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will undergo back surgery in mid-to-late June, a source tells ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Gronkowski, who is not expected to be ready for the start of training camp in late July, will have the procedure performed by noted spine specialist Dr. Robert Watkins."
  • "Texans RB Arian Foster won't practice until camp" (AP) - "Texans running back Arian Foster's strained right calf will keep him off the practice field until training camp this summer. Foster was injured in an offseason practice on Tuesday. Tests revealed no further damage, but the strain will keep Foster on crutches for at least a couple of days."
  • "Buccaneers WR Steve Smith retiring from the NFL" (AP) - "Former New York Giants receiver Steve Smith has announced his retirement from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Smith played six NFL seasons, helping the Giants win a Super Bowl as a rookie and leading the NFC in receptions two years later, when he was a Pro Bowl selection."
  • "Adrian Peterson practices at OTAs" (ESPN) - "Adrian Peterson was back on the practice field Wednesday for the Minnesota Vikings, just three months after having surgery for a sports hernia, and told reporters he's close to 100 percent."