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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (10/1/14)

Rob Carr


Cleveland Browns:

  • "Ben Tate practices, could play" (AP) - "Ben Tate's injured right knee has healed. His confidence was never even bruised. Cleveland's running back returned to practice Tuesday for the first time since spraining his knee in the first half of the season opener at Pittsburgh on Sept. 7."
  • "Browns Avoid Talk Of Favorable Schedule Following Bye Week" (92.3) - "One week, one game at a time. Any given Sunday. Don’t look ahead. Sure they are all clichés but that’s the message that head coach Mike Pettine delivered to his football team first thing Tuesday morning after they returned from their bye."
  • "Browns' Cameron updates injury status" (FSO) - "Like his Cleveland Browns teammates, tight end Jordan Cameron is rested and relaxed after a weekend away. He's still fighting a shoulder injury that cost him one game and has kept him limited since early August, and Cameron figures he's going to have to continue to fight it throughout the season."
  • "Browns lead league in 12-men penalties" (ESPN) - "The most penalized person for the Cleveland Browns through the first three games of the season? The bench, otherwise known as the coaches. The Browns have been penalized for having 12 men on the field or in the huddle four times, the most frequent penalty called against the team."