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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (9/16/15)

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Cleveland Browns:

  • "Source: Scott Solomon out 4-6 weeks" (ESPN) - "Cleveland Browns outside linebacker Scott Solomon will miss four to six weeks with an ankle injury suffered early in Sunday's season opener, a source told ESPN's Adam Caplan."
  • "McCown's concussion forces Browns to sign quarterback" (AP) - "With starter Josh McCown recovering from a concussion, the Browns added depth at quarterback by signing Matt Blanchard to their practice squad. McCown is following NFL concussion protocol after getting hurt on the opening drive Sunday."
  • "Williams: 'It can't get any Worse'" (OBR) - "If there is a silver lining in Sunday’s 31-10 loss to the New York Jets, Browns fans can look back eight years to the 2007 season. The Browns opened the season at home against the Steelers and were blown out, 34-7."
  • "CLE-NYJ Grades: Manziel grades low in opener" (PFF) - "We went into the struggles of QB Johnny Manziel (-2.6) in further detail here. There are times when he flashes potential, but the dependency on his legs is clear. That reliance sometimes leads him into trouble..."