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Sunday Dawg Chow: Browns news (5/26/19)

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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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  • Donovan McNabb: I’m a Hall of Famer (TMZ Sports) - Donovan McNabb says he’s “absolutely” a Hall of Fame player ... telling TMZ Sports his career yards AND touchdowns should make him a shoo-in for Canton. ”My numbers are better than Troy Aikman,” the ex-Eagles superstar says.
  • Don’t expect to see Kyler Murray under center much (azcentral.com) - Arizona head coach Kliff Kingsbury was asked last week just how realistic the chances are of the Cardinals operating out of the shotgun formation at least 90% — or possibly more — of the time.
  • Will Buffalo’s lack of a No.1 receiver hold the team back? (ESPN) - Since 2016, all but three NFL teams have featured a wide receiver who has finished a season ranked within the top 32 at his position in receiving yards. The Buffalo Bills have been an exception, along with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Chicago Bears. So, the Bills entered this offseason with No. 1 wide receiver among their top needs and could enter training camp without one, depending on how the role is defined.
  • NFL’s all-small team (MMQB) - What if you built a team from a pool of the NFL’s smallest players? What would that roster look like, and—just as importantly—how would a coach scheme with it? We decided to find out, constructing a team of players who are notably lighter and shorter than the average height and weight of players at his position. This is not an All-Star team of small guys, per se, but rather the best all-around team one can construct—this exercise also factored how players fit together and into a scheme. We’re building this team the way a smart NFL GM would.