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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (12/18/14)

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Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports


Cleveland Browns:

  • "Johnny Manziel calls report that some teammates snubbed him 'ridiculous'" (Plain Dealer) - "Johnny Manziel said a national report that some of his teammates 'kept their hands to themselves' and didn't acknowledge him during pre-game introductions 'seems ridiculous' -- and a video review doesn't show anyone snubbing him."
  • "Browns coach disputes Kosar's harsh comments" (AP) - "Browns coach Mike Pettine calls former Cleveland quarterback Bernie Kosar's harsh condemnation of the team's front office 'a little dramatic.' Kosar blasted the organization Monday, a day after the Browns were shut out by Cincinnati in rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel's starting debut."
  • "Remember when the Browns were relevant?" (C-T) - "A collection of thoughts with the season winding down, the Browns reeling and the playoffs out of the picture. Relevance was nice while it lasted. For the first time since 2007, the Browns entered December with a winning record. That meant extended excitement and finally games with real meaning."
  • "Locker Room Report: 11 Browns nuggets from Wednesday" ( - "Paul Kruger is wise. The 28-year-old veteran has seen the ultimate high in the NFL – winning a Super Bowl – and the lows of a 4-12 season that ended with his first-year head coach fired. When he speaks, it comes with experience."