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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (3/4/16)

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In Today's Daily Dawg Chow, we'll talk about Browns stuff. Probably a lot of stuff about hand size, intangibles, and how attractive quarterbacks are.

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Cleveland Browns:

Alex Mack receiving a LOT of interest on Market (ESPN): Both the Colts and the Washington Professional Football team are beginning to lick their lips in anticipation of Alex Mack hitting the market.

Gary Barnidge Q&A: Egypt, his non-profit's outreach work and more (SI): "For the fourth off-season in a row, Barnidge—fresh off his breakout Pro Bowl season in 2015—is part of a group of NFL players that is touring internationally as part of the organization called American Football Without Barriers"

Cleveland Browns: Joel Bitonio named to All-Under-25 team (DPD): "Cleveland Browns left guard Joel Bitonio has been named to NFL.com’s All-Under-25 team for the second consecutive year."

NFL:

Matt Harmon breaks down "Reception Perception" for the 2016 Draft Eligible WR: (Backyard Banter) Look at how Matt Harmon breaks down WR alignment, catch rate, and other interesting stats for the top 20+ 2016 WR

Robert Griffin III, Colin Kaepernick and Johnny Manziel could solve problems across the NFL (Skysports): "Three quarterbacks find themselves looking for a new team, for a variety of reasons."

NFL Lawyer Reportedly Lied To Judges About Tom Brady’s Honesty In Appeal (NESN): "Despite getting caught being less than truthful during the initial appeal process of Tom Brady’s four-game suspension, the NFL is sticking to the story that the New England Patriots quarterback was deceitful while speaking to league commissioner Roger Goodell and its lawyers last June."

Despite getting caught being less than truthful during the initial appeal process of Tom Brady’s four-game suspension, the NFL is sticking to the story that the New England Patriots quarterback was deceitful while speaking to league commissioner Roger Goodell and its lawyers last June.

Read more at: http://nesn.com/2016/03/nfl-lawyer-reportedly-lied-to-judges-during-thursdays-deflategate-appeal/
Despite getting caught being less than truthful during the initial appeal process of Tom Brady’s four-game suspension, the NFL is sticking to the story that the New England Patriots quarterback was deceitful while speaking to league commissioner Roger Goodell and its lawyers last June.

Read more at: http://nesn.com/2016/03/nfl-lawyer-reportedly-lied-to-judges-during-thursdays-deflategate-appeal/
Despite getting caught being less than truthful during the initial appeal process of Tom Brady’s four-game suspension, the NFL is sticking to the story that the New England Patriots quarterback was deceitful while speaking to league commissioner Roger Goodell and its lawyers last June.

Read more at: http://nesn.com/2016/03/nfl-lawyer-reportedly-lied-to-judges-during-thursdays-deflategate-appeal/