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Saturday Dawg Chow: Browns news (10/5/19)

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

Cleveland Browns v Baltimore Ravens Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images

Cleveland Browns:

  • Odell Beckham offers to pay JC Tretter’s fine ( - Odell Beckham Jr. spent a good chunk of his 19-minute media availability Friday outlining how he’s always been a giving person. Beckham said he and Browns center JC Tretter were fined by the NFL for the skirmish with the Ravens. Beckham didn’t disclose how much he was fined, but Tretter revealed he had been docked $14,037 for pulling Humphrey off Beckham. Both players said they’ll appeal the fines, the costs of which the NFL will disclose Saturday.
  • Slowing down Cleveland’s pass rush is easier said than done (Niners Nation) - The San Francisco 49ers offense will have their hands full on Monday night as they try to keep the Cleveland Browns pass-rush out of their backfield. Coming into the season, many felt like Cleveland had the best defensive line in the league, and they have yet to disappoint. The Browns have pressured opposing quarterbacks 32% of the time, which is fifth in the NFL. Myles Garrett leads the way with five sacks, but he’s far from the only one getting after the quarterback. Sheldon Richardson, Olivier Vernon, and Larry Ogunjobi have all impressed in four games.