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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (10/14/21)

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

NFL: Houston Texans at Cleveland Browns Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Browns:

“Browns start prep for the Cards with nine players not practicing, but get 4 key players back, including 3 CB’s” (OBR) - “The Cleveland Browns had some better news than expected, in terms of the injuries coming out of last Sunday’s loss to the Chargers.”

“Jarvis Landry hints at returning soon but will be ‘smart’ about it” (BrownsWire) - “The Cleveland Browns have been without wide receiver Jarvis Landry for three games after he was placed on injured reserve due to a knee issue.”

“Odell Beckham Jr. Only a Problem if We Make Him One” (Browns Digest) - “After a game where the Cleveland Browns had 531 total yards of offense and scored 42 points, one of the conversations focused on perceived problems with wide receiver Odell Beckham.”

“The Browns should try to trade Odell Beckham Jr. by the Nov. 2 deadline” (cleveland.com) - “The sight of Odell Beckham Jr. sitting all alone on the Browns’ bench and deep in thought for awhile after Sunday’s 47-42 loss to the Chargers felt like foreshadowing.”

“Malik McDowell continues to deliver in big ways for Browns D-Line” (Browns.com) - “Malik McDowell admitted Wednesday his speed and endurance felt better than it ever has at any point so far this season.”

“Defense prepares for ‘dynamic’ playmaking ability of Kyler Murray, as Baker Mayfield seeks bragging rights over close friend” (BrownsZone) - “Kyler Murray never lost a game at Allen High School in Texas.”

“Undefeated Cardinals Down At Least 2 Starters Vs. Browns” (AP) - “The Arizona Cardinals will be without two starters — and probably a third — when they try to stay unbeaten Sunday in a road game against the Cleveland Browns.”

“Murray listed as limited with right shoulder injury” (PFT) - “In the second half of last Sunday’s 17-10 win over the 49ers, Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray‘s right arm was getting attention from members of the team’s training staff when the defense was on the field.”