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Sunday Dawg Chow: Browns news (7/21/19)

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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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  • Browns have big expectations, but little playoff experience (Browns Zone) - When the playoff discussion concerning the Browns goes over the top — a common occurrence during the offseason — Freddie Kitchens has a method to try to rein it in. Kitchens, in his first time as a head coach at any level, reminds his players and the media just how little playoff experience his young, unproven roster has.
  • Baker Mayfield’s ownership of offense is focal point (ohio.com) - A challenge has been issued, and you can bet Baker Mayfield will accept it throughout his first training camp as the starting quarterback of the Browns. With spring practices winding down in late May, new quarterbacks coach Ryan Lindley publicly declared Mayfield must put his stamp on the offense by speaking up and providing input about which plays should be run and how they should be executed.
  • Browns newfound relevance will bring different challenges (WKYC) - The Cleveland Browns finally matter. Twenty years and 11 head coaches later. Chris Palmer, Butch Davis, Terry Robiskie, Romeo Crennel, Eric Mangini, Pat Shurmur, Rob Chudzinski, Mike Pettine, Hue Jackson, Gregg Williams, Freddie Kitchens. We count the interim head coaches here, too, for a couple reasons.

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