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Sunday Dawg Chow: Browns news (1/27/19)

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

NFL: Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns Scott R. Galvin-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Browns:

  • The case for Baker Mayfield as ROY ( - The NFL awards show is Feb. 2 and the race for rookie of the year is a tight one between Giants running back Saquon Barkley and Browns QB Baker Mayfield. The case for Baker Mayfield is strong. Let’s take a look at the case for the Browns’ signal-caller to win the award.
  • Dorsey won’t go crazy in free agency (92.3 The Fan) - The Cleveland Browns will enter free agency with the largest amount of salary cap space to play with than any other team in the NFL when the new league year begins on March 13. But don’t look for general manager John Dorsey to order up a Brinks truck and start throwing bags and bags of cash at players in a wild free agency shopping spree come mid-March.
  • What the ESPN expose means for the current Browns (WFNY) - It’s officially been over 48 hours since ESPN posted Seth Wickersham’s piece. Northeast Ohio and football fans across the country have now had a chance to digest the information and react accordingly. For Browns fans, the general message of the article was a familiar one. Owner Jimmy Haslam has never been viewed as a successful leader of the organization. His 21-75-1 record since purchasing the team is all you need to know to form that opinion. Sure, some of the specific quotes and stories were interesting to read about, but all in all, no Clevelander finished the article and gasped. The Browns organization has had internal dysfunction? Color us shocked!
  • Garrett, Mayfield will change Browns cap structure (DPD) - The Cleveland Browns could have a lot of cap space dedicated to two superstars in defensive end Myles Garrett and quarterback Baker Mayfield