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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (9/25/14)

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Cleveland Browns:


  • "Ties between NFL, Mueller's firm raise serious questions about investigation" ( - "On Sept. 9, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell hired former FBI Director Robert Mueller to run an independent investigation into the league’s handling of the Ray Rice affair."
  • "Bill Simmons provokes ESPN to suspend him, they oblige" (PFT) - "ESPN pontificator Bill Simmons called NFL commissioner Roger Goodell a liar, and dared his bosses to call him on it. So they did. ESPN put out a statement saying Simmons was suspended three weeks for his profane tirade against Goodell."
  • "More safety doesn't mean less pain" (ESPN) - "By the end of next week, the NFL will get a good idea whether injuries are once again up compared to past years. History shows that Weeks 4 and 5 are huge for teams in determining whether to put players on the injured reserve list or to hold a roster space for them on the inactive list."
  • "Jay to the Redskins" (CBS) - "Jay Cutler wanted to be a Washington Redskin. It was 2009 and Cutler, irked by overtures from new head coach Josh McDaniels toward Patriots quarterback Matt Cassel, demanded a trade from the Broncos in 2009."