- Jarvis Landry Fires Back at Critics After Surgery on Hip Injury (Bleacher Report) - Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry has fired back at the team’s critics in a post on Instagram. Showing off his scars and rehab in the post, Landry wrote a long message about the recovery process, saying “you can’t put into words how much strain and will power is being used to get through your sessions” before concluding with a postscript.
- David Njoku is demanding Cleveland Browns trade him? You gotta be kidding (Terry Pluto) - He didn’t do enough to demand to be traded. That was my first thought when I heard David Njoku’s new agent asked the Browns to trade the tight end, and to do it before training camp.
- Browns 2020 position preview: Analyzing the linebackers (clevelandbrowns.com) - This is the youngest group on the team with the least amount of collective experience. That’s been the dominant storyline on the defensive side of the ball throughout the offseason, and the Browns aren’t hiding from it.
- Five Factors That Could Ensure Cleveland Browns Success in 2020 (Last Word on Pro Football) - The Cleveland Browns were touted for much-awaited success in 2019, after monumental trades and switches in the coaching staff. Expected to even lead the AFC North, they finished the season 6-10. A big failure in the grand scheme of things. It’s 2020, and no one dares place any high expectations on them. However, there are five factors that could ensure Cleveland Browns success in 2020 – and they can do it flying under the radar.
- NFL sends COVID-19 protocols for camp, preseason to clubs (NFL.com) - COVID-19 protocols for 2020 training camp and preseason, including the handling of individuals exposed to someone who has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, were sent by the NFL to clubs on Friday night, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported Saturday morning.
- Cam Newton arrives in New England – in stripes – to complete NFL QB circle (al.com) - An NFL quarterback noted for his unique fashion sense is completing the process that will allow him to play for a coach famous for rumpled hoodies.
- 15 NFL players entering ‘prove-it’ years in 2020 (PFF) - In many ways, every NFL season is a “prove-it year” for players. Job security is rare in this league. Some players are under more pressure entering 2020 than others. Whether it’s young underachievers who need to show they belong in the NFL or more established veterans justifying a contract, trade or even a roster spot, there are plenty of players with points to prove this upcoming season.