Dec 8, 2013; Foxborough, MA, USA; A Cleveland Browns helmet sits on the sidelines during the fourth quarter of New England

Dawg Pound Daily Roundup

Here is a roundup of articles on the Cleveland Browns from Dawg Pound Daily, including articles from new additions to the staff in Matt Mramer and Erik Argenti.  Hopefully, these are the first of many contributions to the site.  Mraser wrote the article on the options at wide receiver for the Browns and Argenti wrote about Gordon’s suspension not being enough to overcome the momentum that comes with Johnny Manziel.  There are a few more writers that should be coming down the pike and hopefully some that will be returning to get back in the swing of things.  As always, we encourage readers to weigh in with their thoughts and opinions on various topics.

Gordon suspension may be blessing in disguise for Manziel
Coming around on Justin Gilbert
Did Haslam pressure Farmer to change the draft card to Manziel?
Bitonio may start at guard, could be answer at tackle
Understanding the value of Chris Kirksey
Meet Elhadji Ndiaye
Terrance West, FCS Thoroughbred
Browns options at wide receiver
Browns Haitian import, Pierre Desir
Gordon suspension won’t stop Manziel momentum shift
Justin Gilbert being overshadowed in wake of Manziel
Johnny Manziel puts Jimmy Haslam in awkward position

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  • Richard Ciesielski

    I’d like to see articles that would break the team down maybe two or three positions at a time listing the people competing for spots in those positions and maybe giving depth reports of the strengths and weaknesses of each position. I’d like to hear about the running game and maybe what their plans are hopefully going to be with people. I know that we can’t have it all but if the Browns are seriously doing upgrades I’d like to read what they’re going to do with people like Royce Adams or CarderTank. I was reading the roster on NFL.COM because the roster they have is more updated than the one that was on SI and theres a whole lot of names I don’t know.