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Daily Dawg Chow (6/26/18)

More of the latest Browns news and notes from around the web in today’s dose of the Daily Dawg Chow.

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Cleveland Browns:

  • Cleveland Browns Expect Big Things From Myles Garrett This Season (ESPN). - “General manager John Dorsey showed Garrett tape of how Julius Peppers became dominant. Peppers, Dorsey feels, has a similar body size and approach as Garrett. Peppers has never been flashy or into showmanship; he’s just a professional who’s been outstanding. Which is the same approach Garrett takes.”
  • Cleveland Browns receive NFL offseason grade from ESPN (247Sports). - “They took a short quarterback [Baker Mayfield] and an undersized corner in the top five picks, which is not ideal. It’s not that I don’t like either player, I just don’t think they should’ve been selected there. I thought you could get your quarterback and then either Saquon Barkley or Bradley Chubb, in whatever order. If you take a corner fourth, I’m used to seeing players like Patrick Peterson with the right combination of elite athleticism and size.”
  • Tyrod Taylor exudes confidence, and he should (dawgpounddaily). - “Taylor is the starter for now and while he’s considered a bridge-quarterback, there is a lot of talk that he could wow the team and keep No. 1 pick Mayfield on the bench longer than expected.”
  • 4 mistakes the Browns made this offseason (fansided) - “The Cleveland Browns used the offseason to improve a roster that went 0-16, but some mistakes were made heading into the new campaign.”
  • The forgotten Browns quarterback (fansided). - “The Browns do not want to throw Mayfield into the fire without knowing for certain that he knows how to prepare as a starter.He will be learning how to do that from the Browns quarterback that has received the least amount of attention this off-season: Drew Stanton.”