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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (9/4/14)

Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports


Cleveland Browns:

  • "Skrine will wear cast to protect thumb" (ESPN) - "Cleveland Browns cornerback Buster Skrine will be in the starting lineup and wear a cast to protect his surgically repaired right thumb in Pittsburgh on Sunday. Skrine said the cast will not limit him, though."
  • "Browns not planning 'quick hook' for Hoyer" (AP) - "Brian Hoyer can keep his eyes trained downfield this Sunday. There's no need to look over his shoulder. He's well aware of who's behind him, but the Browns' starting quarterback doesn't have to worry about Johnny Manziel jumping in front of him."
  • "Mike Pettine Fires Back At Merril Hoge For Blasting Johnny Manziel" (92.3) - "Johnny Manziel hasn’t taken an official NFL snap, yet continues to be one of the most polarizing players in the NFL. People either love him, or hate him. There isn’t much in between. And his head coach, Mike Pettine, continues to be asked defend him."
  • "A 2-QB system? Tomlin says Steelers preparing for Manziel" (FSO) - "Johnny Football, Johnny Celebrity, Johnny Backup. Is the next step for highly-scrutinized Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel a special Johnny Package in the playbook to get him on the field and utilize his mobility?"