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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (7/1/13)

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NFL:

  • "Vikings sign LB Desmond Bishop" (AP) - "The Minnesota Vikings emerged from the first phase of free agency and then the draft, still missing a starting linebacker. Then the Green Bay Packers let Desmond Bishop go, and the solution seemed so obvious."
  • "Wave of arrests continues to plague NFL" (USA Today) - "These are supposed to be the quietest days for the NFL, with offseason practices over and training camp more than three weeks away. Yet as the calendar turns to July, the NFL is getting besieged with the worst of publicity."
  • "Colts safety Lefeged arrested on gun charge in DC" (AP) - "Indianapolis Colts safety Joe Lefeged was arrested early Saturday after officers found a semi-automatic pistol in the car he was riding in, police said. Lefeged was a front-seat passenger in a Chevy Camaro that fled a traffic stop for speeding in northeast Washington just after midnight."
  • "Dez Bryant had worst background seen, ex-scout says" (NFL.com) - "Aaron Hernandez's murder charge and subsequent release by the New England Patriots underscores the dilemma faced by NFL teams in evaluating players with troubled backgrounds. NFL.com analyst Daniel Jeremiah recently estimated that NFL area scouts now devote 75 percent of their time to background and character research."