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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (6/13/13)

Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports


Cleveland Browns:


  • "Goodell defends Redskins' name" (ESPN) - "NFL commissioner Roger Goodell defended the Washington Redskins' nickname in a letter to 10 members of Congress who had earlier urged team owner Daniel Snyder and the NFL to change the name because it is offensive to many Native Americans."
  • "One Thing to Know: Harbaugh calls out Seahawks" (NBC Sports) - "The 49ers and Seahawks have a pretty serious rivalry brewing, thanks in no small part to the distaste their coaches share for one another. Jim Harbaugh, who had a testy encounter with Pete Carroll in 2011, fired a couple more shots in the Seahawks' direction this week."
  • "Agent's Take: Looking at what's next for Victor Cruz" (CBS Sports) - "Restricted free-agent wide receiver Victor Cruz is missing the New York Giants' three-day mandatory mini-camp, which runs through June 13, because of a contract dispute. Cruz's attendance isn't required since he isn't under contract. He also can't be fined for his absence because of his contract status."
  • "Sanchez or Smith at QB? Too close to call for Jets" (AP) - "The New York Jets' quarterback competition is still wide open - with no clear-cut winner in sight. Rex Ryan isn't sure whether it'll be Mark Sanchez or Geno Smith, and he's in no rush to decide. It's only minicamp, after all, and preseason games are still two months away."