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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (6/7/13)



Cleveland Browns:


  • "QB Palmer works to gain chemistry with Fitzgerald" (AP) - "This week's sweltering session of OTAs came to an end for the Arizona Cardinals with quarterback Carson Palmer saying he still has work to do before he has a thorough grasp of coach Bruce Arians' offense."
  • "Bill Belichick: I don't hate Tim Tebow" (ESPN) - "In the wake of a report that alleged Bill Belichick 'hates' Tim Tebow as a player, the New England Patriots' coach on Thursday told that it was 'completely untrue.' Belichick would not comment on whether he would consider signing Tebow, but wanted to clear up any misconceptions on how he viewed the free-agent quarterback."
  • "Bruce Gradkowski readies to sub for Ben Roethlisberger" ( - "With Ben Roethlisberger out after knee surgery, backup Bruce Gradkowski is preparing to lead the reloading Pittsburgh Steelers. Given Big Ben's track record -- he has played a full 16-game slate once in nine seasons -- there is a good chance at least one of the backup quarterbacks will see time during the season."
  • "Brett Favre on separation from Packers: 'I was at fault'" (CBS Sports) - "An official reunion between Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers looks like it's one step closer to happening. During an interview on Thursday, Favre did something he had never done before publicly: he took responsibility for the messy way things ended in Green Bay following the 2007 season."