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Sunday Dawg Chow: Browns news (8/16/20)

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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Cleveland Browns:

  • Grant Delprit going warp speed to get ready for Week 1 (Browns Zone) - When the offense finally lined up against the defense for the first time Friday, less than a month remained until the Browns’ season opener in Baltimore on Sept. 13. For safety Grant Delpit and the rest of the rookie class, the ticking of the clock will only grow louder.
  • Browns waste no practice time establishing an offensive identity (cleveland.com) - Only four weeks stand between now and the season opener against Baltimore at M&T Bank Stadium. There isn’t time to waste. Each rep must push Baker Mayfield and the Browns closer toward cohesive offensive success. That’s why seeing lots of handoffs (both real and fake) out of heavy formations, multiple tight ends and some deep shots felt on brand.
  • Baker Mayfield has already rebounded in a big way (Beacon Journal) - Baker Mayfield opened up during his first media availability of Browns training camp when he admitted self-doubt had crept into his mind during a disappointing 2019 season. “I lost myself,” the quarterback said Friday. The good news for the Browns is Mayfield lost something else this offseason: body fat.

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