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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (5/26/15)

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Cleveland Browns:


  • "Bears release Ray McDonald" (PFT) - "Holiday, schmoliday. With the NFL taking a rare day off to celebrate Memorial Day, the Chicago Bears opted to transact some swift business in the immediate aftermath of the latest arrest of defensive lineman Ray McDonald."
  • "Tom Brady's appeal of ban won't be heard by Wednesday" (AP) - "Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension for his role in the deflated footballs scandal won't be heard by Wednesday's 10-day deadline, two people familiar with the situation told The Associated Press."
  • "Jim Schwartz takes job working with NFL officials" ( - "Jim Schwartz has landed another job in the NFL, but it won't be as a coach. Schwartz will serve as a consultant to the league's officiating department for the 2015 season, a league official confirmed with NFL Media on Monday."
  • "QBs lead the list of players with plenty to prove in 2015" (CBS) - "NFL training camps open in about two months, which confirms that there really is no offseason. But more important, it serves as one last opportunity for those can't-miss prospects currently on the road to missing badly."