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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (3/12/14)



Cleveland Browns:

  • "Breaking Down the Contracts of Karlos Dansby and Donte Whitner" ( - "I’ve been receiving a lot of questions on twitter regarding details of transactions made by The Cleveland Browns on the first day of the 2014 NFL League Year. I’ll go over them somewhat chronologically. I’ll also touch on other news points of the day that need some explanation."
  • "Browns being smart – so far – in free agency" (Red Right 88) - "The Cleveland Browns had a nice start to free agency on Tuesday, agreeing to deals with inside linebacker Karlos Dansby and safety Donte Whitner. Both move makes sense and give us confidence that the new regime of general manager Ray Farmer and head coach Mike Pettine may actually know what they are doing."
  • "Hawkins could add speed to slot" (ESPN) - "The Cleveland Browns added much-needed speed to the offense on the first day of free agency. Maybe. Receiver Andrew Hawkins agreed to a four-year offer sheet, but because he's a restricted free agent the Bengals can match. They have five days to decide whether to keep him in Cincinnati."
  • "Donte Whitner signs with the Cleveland Browns: 'I'm coming home'" (Plain Dealer) - "Former Glenville High and Ohio State star Donte Whitner is headed back to Cleveland to play for his beloved hometown team, Whitner told 'I'm coming home,' Whitner said."