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Sunday Dawg Chow: Browns news (12/3/23)

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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  • The Real-Life Diet of Cleveland Browns Defensive End Myles Garrett, Who Pulls Out the Stops for Cheat Breakfasts (GQ) - When it comes to physical fitness, there is no off-season for Myles Garrett. The Cleveland Browns defensive end uses his time away from football to travel and immerse himself in new cultures, but he’s still working out five days a week and employing a team of professionals for body maintenance, meal prepping, and even blood work to gather biometric data on whether he’s getting the necessary nutrients to perform at the highest level.
  • Joe Flacco, Elijah Moore ‘super excited’ about ‘family reunion’ together with Browns (Beacon Journal) - Joe Flacco may have looked strange to a lot of people walking into the Browns locker room after signing with their practice squad nearly two weeks ago. Or, from his perspective, he may have felt like a stranger in a strange land, especially having spent 11 years with the Browns’ AFC North rivals, the Baltimore Ravens. Yet, in that strange land, Flacco found a familiar face — former New York Jets teammate Elijah Moore.
  • Browns at Rams storylines, and how they might turn out ( - The Browns will conclude their nine-day west coast road trip on Sunday when they take on the L.A. Rams. Cleveland, of course, has been in Los Angeles this entire week, flying straight there after Sunday’s loss in Denver. The trip is providing them a chance not only to acclimate instead of flying cross country the day before kickoff, but with another bonding opportunity before the final stretch of the season. On Sunday afternoon, we’ll find out if it’s a decision that paid off in the form of a win at SoFi Stadium.
  • David Njoku Details Extent of His Burns in New Video: It ‘Happened So Fast’ (People) - David Njoku is speaking out after recovering from what a doctor called “probably the most painful burn you can have.” The NFL player, who suffered facial and body burns after an at-home bonfire this fall, spoke about his injuries in a new video shared to the Cleveland Browns’ social media channels.