Daily Dawg Tags: Browns interview Adam Gase


Spanning the virtual globe to bring you the latest news about the Cleveland Browns and the NFL – these are your Daily Dawg Tags for Thursday, Jan. 7.

Cleveland Browns:

Cleveland Browns interview Adam Gase

"The Cleveland Browns got the ball rolling in their search for the 16th full-time head coach in franchise history on Wednesday as they interviewed Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Adam Gase. The interview reportedly went “well” with Gase."

Time for Cleveland Browns to cut bait with Johnny Manziel

"The time has come for the Cleveland Browns to put an end to Johnny Manziel’s tenure with the team."

Brandon Marshall says Johnny Manziel waisting opportunity (ESPN)

"New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall, whose NFL career was nearly derailed years ago by personal problems, chided Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel and advised him to seek help for his issues."

LRMR cuts ties with Johnny Manziel (cleveland.com)

"LeBron James’ marketing agency will no longer be working with maligned Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel, James’ business manager told cleveland.com."

Bernie Kosar writing his autobiography (The Morning Journal)

"Another voice is being heard from in the debate on concussions in the NFL, and it is a voice Browns fans like to hear. Bernie Kosar, the Browns quarterback from 1985 until midway through the 1993 season, is writing his autobiography. The book is scheduled for release later in 2016 and is as yet untitled."

NFL News:

Lovie Smith fired by Tampa Bay (USA Today)

"The dismissal of coach Lovie Smith on Wednesday night stunned just about everyone, including Tampa Bay Buccaneers coaches and staff members."

Facing demons a tough test for the Cincinnati Bengals (Stripe Hype)

"From facing the Pittsburgh Steelers to prime time struggles to playoff losses, the Bengals have a lot of demons to face on Saturday."

Could Calvin Johnson really retire? (The Side Lion Report)

"That shudder you hear in the Mitten State, and Lions nation everywhere, is the suddenly real prospect that wide receiver Calvin Johnson could walk away and retire rather than keep playing."