Daily Dawg Tags: Should Browns look at Sanu?


Spanning the virtual globe to bring you the latest news about the Cleveland Browns and the NFL – these are your Daily Dawg Tags for Monday, Feb. 22.

Cleveland Browns:

Is Mohamed Sanu a good fit for the Browns?

"With money to spend the Cleveland Browns have the means to take a look at wide receivers when free agency begins on March 9, and one of those targets may reportedly be Mohamed Sanu of the Cincinnati Bengals."

Cleveland Browns need a specific plan at quarterback

"The Cleveland Browns need to develop a real plan to help a quarterback succeed, according to associate head coach of offense Pep Hamilton."

Why would the Browns trade Josh Gordon? (NFL Spin Zone)

"One would not have to look far to find a rumor involving the Cleveland Browns potentially trading wide receiver Josh Gordon. Why would the Browns give up on Gordon after all of this time?"

Why Alex Mack will likely opt out by March 4 (cleveland.com)

"Pro Bowl center Alex Mack will likely opt out of his contract by 4 p.m. March 4 if the Browns haven’t made him a deal by then that he can’t refuse."

NFL News:

2015 rookie grades: Meager returns for Chargers, Lions (NFL.com)

"When Bucky Brooks graded the 2015 rookie classes of all 32 NFL teams, 12 received “C” marks for a lack of production. Here’s what he had to say about the groups that struggled."

Round-by-round ranking of 2016’s best QB prospects (PFF)

"The NFL has an exclusive club of backup quarterbacks bouncing around the league, but this class may shake things up a bit as there are a number of players who appear best-suited to sit for a few years with hopes of developing into a starter down the road."

Three bad deals have Baltimore Ravens in bad cap spot (ESPN)

"At the time, it seemed as though the Baltimore Ravens were making the right decision when they extended the contract of defensive back Lardarius Webband gave new deals to keep offensive tackle Eugene Monroe and tight end Dennis Pitta. Now all three of those contracts fall in the category of buyer’s remorse. Those deals rival Joe Flacco’s monstrous cap number as the reasons Baltimore has the second-worst cap situation in the NFL."