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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (7/20/16)

Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports


Cleveland Browns:

  • "Carl Nassib determined to succeed in NFL" (WKYC) - "There is power in negative comments, and new Cleveland Browns defensive end Carl Nassib is living proof of that. Once told he would never play in the National Football League, Nassib worked his way up from preferred walk-on to scholarship player..."
  • "Can Joe Haden stay healthy?" (DPD) - "After going through yet another injury plagued 2015 season Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden enters 2016 with a fresh focus and new motivation. The former Florida Gator made quite an initial impression on the Browns, recording 57 tackles in his rookie season."
  • "Making the Leap: Browns RB Duke Johnson" ( - "When Hue Jackson took over in January as Cleveland's head coach, his immediate challenge was clear: transforming the fortunes of a talent-poor offense that has floated through the league without an identity since 1999."
  • "Browns' Crowell receives praise for contrition" (AP) - "Since finding himself at the center of a firestorm after an inflammatory Instagram post, Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell is trying to make good. He offered a public apology for posting an illustration of a police officer getting his throat slit..."