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Saturday Dawg Chow: Browns news (8/25/18)

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

NFL: Cleveland Browns-Minicamp Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Browns:

  • Josh Gordon can now participate in walk-throughs ( - It’s often said that one must walk before you can run, and that’s certainly proving to be the case for Browns receiver Josh Gordon. Gordon, who returned to the Browns on Saturday from his treatment program at the University of Florida, moves to phase 2 of his return to the playing field Saturday when he’ll be permitted to participate in walk-throughs, coach Hue Jackson said Friday on a conference call.
  • Hue Jackson concerned about Denzel Ward’s durability ( - The Browns are counting on rookie cornerback Denzel Ward to start right away and become a cornerstone of their defense. During a conference call Friday, coach Hue Jackson said he believes Ward can deliver, provided the Ohio State product is able to stay healthy.
  • Browns players still haven’t earned their stripes (PFT) - If you’ve seen any of Cleveland’s preseason games this year, you may have noticed that their helmets looks like uncarved pumpkins, all orange with no logos (like usual) and no stripes (not like usual). Coach Hue Jackson, who has earned only one win in two seasons, has decided that players must earn those three stripes, two brown and one white.
  • 3 brutally honest insights about the Browns (DPD) - One could dismiss the struggles by claiming this was against the current Super Bowl champions. But is that not the level at which the Browns want to compete? Here are three brutally honest thoughts from Thursday’s win over the Eagles.