- Should Browns fans be talking Super Bowl? Jarvis Landry says, ‘Why not?’ (Beacon Journal) - Jarvis Landry saw the lively crowd of more than 7,000, knew about the all-day tailgating in the nearby parking lot and heard the loud cheers. Landry is well aware many Browns fans have Super Bowl expectations on the heels of the team going 12-6, including 1-1 in the playoffs, last season. Should they be talking about the Super Bowl?
- Travis Kelce: Browns and Chiefs ‘are definitely neck and neck for sure’ (cleveland.com) - Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce can’t wait to face his hometown Browns in the opener in Kansas City, a rematch of Kansas City’s 22-17 victory over Cleveland in the divisional playoffs.
- Jarvis Landry says Odell Beckham Jr. already doing things that will “blow your mind” in comeback from torn ACL (Browns Zone) - Jarvis Landry got a sneak preview of Odell Beckham Jr. last week during workouts in Austin, Texas. Landry gave his best friend and fellow receiver a giant thumbs-up.
- Browns fans tailgate before Jarvis Landry’s charity softball event (Browns Zone) - There were a lot of things missing from lives in 2020. For football fans, the lack of tailgating before games was one of them. Cleveland Browns fans certainly missed them especially during a season when the team was finally winning.
- Eight NFL teams that did right by their QBs this offseason (NFL.com) - It’s time to applaud teams that have made it Christmas in June for the most important guys in the building, that made the talent investments that should enhance their signal-callers’ chances of success in 2021. These teams followed through on the most important philosophy of roster construction: build around the quarterback.
- This Philadelphia Eagles player found key to happiness: He quit social media (ESPN) - Eagles offensive lineman Andre Dillard was asked last week about the competition with Jordan Mailata for the starting left tackle spot and speculation Dillard will end up on the trading block should he lose said competition. “I haven’t heard anything because I don’t have any social media anymore as of last year,” said Dillard, the Eagles’ 2019 first-round pick out of Washington State, who has faced sharp criticism since arriving in Philadelphia for having not yet lived up to expectations.
- NFL, Kroenke push again to toss lawsuit ahead of high-stakes trial (St. Louis Post-Dispatch) - The National Football League, Los Angeles Rams and mega-billionaire Stanley Kroenke, maneuvering to avoid a high-stakes civil trial, have filed court pleadings urging a judge to reject claims that NFL team owners broke league rules and lied to the public about the Rams’ departure from St. Louis.