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Saturday Dawg Chow: Browns news (9/29/18)

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More of the latest Browns news and notes from around the web in a Saturday dose of the Daily Dawg Chow.

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Cleveland Browns:

Drew Stanton will be the backup quarterback on Sunday (cleveland.com) - Tyrod Taylor will make the trip to Oakland today for Sunday’s game against the Raiders, but Drew Stanton will be the backup QB to Baker Mayfield.

Browns should not take winless Raiders for granted (ohio.com) - The Oakland Raiders are winless this season. That’s likely to make their offense and the man who leads it, quarterback Derek Carr, all the more dangerous when the Browns visit Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on Sunday to take on the 0-3 Raiders.

Baker Mayfield prepares to plant a new flag (ESPN) - Jarvis Landry watched on TV as the quarterback of the Oklahoma Sooners grabbed an OU flag and planted it with vigor on the Ohio State Buckeyes logo. Landry’s reaction? ”Oh, I loved it,” Landry said this week as his Cleveland Brownsprepared to travel to Oakland to face the Raiders on Sunday. “Especially from the quarterback position.”

Baker Mayfield named NFL Rookie of the Week (clevelandbrowns.com) - Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield has been named the Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week following a brilliant debut.

NFL:

Bears looking to help Mitchell Trubisky (NFL.com) - There is ample excitement in Chicago over a dominant Bears defense, an early NFC North lead and an upcoming matchup with the suddenly potent Tampa Bay Buccaneers. There are also some sadly familiar questions about what’s happening at the quarterback position. For all who believe the Bears have the look of a playoff contender, there are plenty who wonder if the Chicago offense ultimately will let this team down. All of which means one thing: Quarterback Mitch Trubisky had better grow up in a hurry.

Josh Gordon questionable for Week 4 (Bleacher Report) - New England Patriots wide receiver Josh Gordon is officially questionablefor Sunday’s divisional showdown with the Miami Dolphins because of a hamstring injury. Gordon has been dealing with nagging injuries, namely to his hamstring, dating back to the preseason.

Cardinals will carry three quartebacks “for now” (arizonasports.com) - As of Friday, Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim had yet to speak with coach Steve Wilks about what the team’s quarterback depth chart will look like for their Sunday game against the Seattle Seahawks. The coaching staff will huddle Saturday to determine how to manage their backups, demoted former starter Sam Bradford and Mike Glennon, Wilks said Friday.