This feature gives a brief snapshot of what happened during the past week related to the(or important ). Outlined below is a recap from the week of February 8 - February 14, 2015.
- Sunday, February 8th: QB Brian Hoyer spoke with the media on a couple of topics, including whether text-gate would play into his decision to re-sign or not. ... We looked at the number of suspensions the Browns have had since 2002, and also how many fines Browns players have received since 2002. ... A grievance filing for his Week 17 suspension is still coming for WR Josh Gordon.
- Monday, February 9th: We broke down how much money in cap space the Browns are set to have going into the offseason.
- Tuesday, February 10th: DBN's Tim Miller posted Part 1 on his offseason preview of the defensive tackle position. ... In his first interview since leaving Cleveland, Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan talked briefly about a few Browns-related things.
- Wednesday, February 11th: Does create a conflict of interest? ... Mel Kiper posted his second mock draft of the season. ... According to PFF, the Browns ranked 1st in the NFL in tackling efficiency during the 2014 season. ... Owner Jimmy Haslam said the Browns will be less active in free agency this offseason.
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- Thursday, February 12th: Haslam tried to explain what what team president Alec Scheiner is doing in the film room. ... DBN's Tim Miller posted Part 2 on his offseason preview of the defensive tackle position. ... Jimmy and Dee Haslam are being honored with the Paul 'Tank' Younger Award.
- Friday, February 13th: The Browns have the 9th toughest strength of schedule in 2015. ... The Browns released veteran OL Paul McQuistan, and we provided an update on the team's available cap space. ... Apparently, the NFL does not have an issue with Kevin O'Connell working with Marcus Mariota. ... DBN's Joe Ginley did a couple of radio spots this past week.
- Saturday, February 14th: We looked at the Browns' salaries by unit: offense, defense, and special teams.