- How can Browns get the most out of Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt? (clevelandbrowns.com) - It’s a sunny Friday in Northeast Ohio, and we’re sending you into the weekend with answers to four of your most pressing questions.
- Chris Hubbard speaks out about mental health in the black community during civil unrest (News 5 Cleveland) - As many people in our community continue the conversation about the fight for racial justice and equality, a Cleveland Browns star is also lending his voice. Offensive tackle Chris Hubbard is speaking out about mental health in the black community during this time of unrest and his experience dealing with it all as both a black man and a public figure.
- Kareem Hunt sees Browns RBs ‘taking over’ in Stefanski’s offense (NFL.com) - Last year’s Cleveland Browns received plenty of hype for the talent they had on paper. One of their key additions, Kareem Hunt, wasn’t available until the second half of the season, but that didn’t stop Browns fans from fantasizing. If they’re (insert record here) by Week 9, and then they get Hunt back? Watch out!
- Adrian Clayborn pledges up to $15,000 for meals for Chicago students (Beacon Journal) - Browns defensive end Adrian Clayborn announced he will match up to $15,000 in donations made through June 19 to provide meals for Chicago Public School students this summer.
- Every AFC team’s biggest weakness (si.com) - Let’s run through the weakest part of every AFC team’s roster, including two AFC East quarterback situations and need for cornerback help throughout the conference.
- NFL rookie running backs: Who’ll be most productive in 2020? (NFL.com) - It’s June. Too early to project rookie running back output? Nope! Definitely not.
- Doug Williams explains why Redskins avoided Colin Kaepernick (CBS Sports) - Washington VP of player development Doug Williams was asked whether Washington had ever considered signing Kaepernick, and he indicated the Redskins avoided the possibility because of the team’s proximity to Washington, D.C. — specifically, a president of the United States who explicitly and repeatedly condemned Kaepernick’s famous on-field kneeling during the national anthem.
- 49ers’ Jed York ‘confident’ 2020 NFL season will be played in some way (NBC Sports) - 49ers CEO Jed York isn’t expecting anything involving the coronavirus pandemic to hold up the 2020 NFL regular season, which is slated to kick off Thursday, Sept. 10.