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Saturday Dawg Chow: Browns news (3/30/19)

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

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Cleveland Browns:

  • Ohio-born college coaches of Odell Beckham Jr. fired up about him joining Browns ( - Les Miles and Greg Studrawa possess a vast amount of knowledge about Ohio, the Browns and Odell Beckham Jr. The two Buckeye State-born coaches who grew up as Browns fans see a great fit across the board, and they’re fired up about Beckham reuniting with fellow wide receiver Jarvis Landry, his close friend and former Louisiana State University teammate.
  • 7 day three draft prospects for the Browns ( - Lacking a first-round pick means the Browns will have to get creative and really trust their scouting department in making these vital late-round picks and getting some impact players. Let’s take a look at some of the “under the radar” Day 3 names who can really help at positions of need.
  • Browns could fill safety hole in the draft ( - Thirty-two minutes into his 60-minute breakfast meeting with reporters at NFL owners meetings in Arizona, Freddie Kitchens still had not been asked a single question about the Browns defense.
  • Ways for the Browns to create salary cap space beyond 2019 (247Sports) - General Manager John Dorsey has built the core of this roster. The intent will be to upgrade and continue building through the NFL Draft. There are some ways for him to create additional cap space in the next few years. There is a belief that the team will re-structure the contract of defensive end Olivier Vernon, which would make it more cap friendly for the Browns.