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Sunday Dawg Chow: Browns news (1/3/21)

More of the latest Browns news and notes from around the web in today’s dose of the Sunday Dawg Chow.

NFL: Philadelphia Eagles at Cleveland Browns Scott Galvin-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Browns:

  • Jarvis Landry feels weight of Browns’ playoff drought (Beacon Journal) - Part of Jarvis Landry is still seething. The Browns receiver’s comments made it clear that he hated missing the first game of his seven-year career Sunday as a high-risk close contact of a teammate who tested positive for COVID-19.
  • Browns had to make it tough on themselves, didn’t they? (Browns Zone) - So it comes down to this. The Browns vs. the Steelers. For the Browns, it’s for all the marbles. For the Steelers, it’s for none of the marbles. Meanwhile, Browns fans are this close to losing their marbles. This season cannot end the way it’s in danger of ending — can it?
  • 12 questions for Sheldon Richardson ( - Sheldon Richardson, in his third season with the Jets, was on the doorsteps of the playoffs when he faced the Bills in the 2015 regular-season finale. All the Jets needed was a win to move to 11-5 and clinch a spot. Instead, in a sloppy performance on both sides of the ball, the Jets fell, 22-17, and were the odd team out of the postseason. Richardson remembers how that felt. He wants to feel the opposite Sunday, when the Browns have the opportunity to clinch their first trip to the postseason since 2002.
  • Does Myles Garrett still have a shot at Defensive Player of the Year? ( - Myles Garrett was leading the NFL in sacks through 10 weeks of the season. His candidacy for Defensive Player of the Year had a lot going for it at that point. And then he missed the next two games due to coronavirus protocols.