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Sunday Dawg Chow: Browns news (11/3/19)

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

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Cleveland Browns:

  • Larry Ogunjobi challenges team to break the cycle of losing (Browns Zone) - Larry Ogunjobi is an anomaly. In a Browns locker room of blaring music, booming laughs and boisterous talkers, the standard speaking volume of the 6-foot-3, 305-pound defensive tackle strains the ear. Yet last week he summoned the courage to stand in front of all his coaches and teammates, found his voice and gave a passionate speech intended to focus the team, shake it from the season-long slump and push it to fulfill the immense potential.
  • Beckham sees bits and pieces of greatness in Browns offense ( - Odell Beckham Jr.’s optimism hasn’t wavered a bit. That much is clear. The Pro Bowl wide receiver feels good about the state of the Browns offense even though the yards, points and wins haven’t followed. The execution needs to be better, the penalties need to be eliminated and the turnovers need to be limited, but Beckham still sees a unit with all the ingredients to reach its potential.
  • Garrett, Vernon must exploit Broncos offensive line ( - On Thursday, Denver linebacker Von Miller said he hopes newly named starter Brandon Allen can become the Broncos’ version of Jacksonville rookie quarterback Gardner Minshew by taking the league by surprise and ultimately winning games no one expects, starting Sunday against Cleveland. But in the off chance Allen secretly is a new Minshew -- minus the mustache -- it’ll go unnoticed because the Broncos’ offensive line shouldn’t be able to block the Browns’ defensive front, especially Myles Garrett and Olivier Vernon. Therefore, no shine for Minshew 2.0.