Daily Dawg Tags: Travis Benjamin on the way out?


Spanning the virtual globe to bring you the latest news about the Cleveland Browns and the NFL – these are your Daily Dawg Tags for Wednesday, Feb. 24.

Cleveland Browns:

Report: Contract talks break down between Browns and Travis Benjamin

"The Cleveland Browns may have another free agent fire to put out as talks with wide receiver Travis Benjamin on a new deal have reportedly stalled."

Mike Mayock likes Carson Wentz – a lot

"The Cleveland Browns may have something else to think about on draft night after hearing Mike Mayock’s thoughts on quarterback Carson Wentz."

NFL Scouting Combine info Browns fans need to know

"The NFL Scouting Combine marks the official opening of draft season and there will be plenty of stories to follow for fans of the Cleveland Browns."

Will Josh McCown start a game in 2016?

"Josh McCown does not automatically become a backup if the Cleveland Browns draft a quarterback with the second overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft."

NFL Combine gives Browns different information for evaluating players (clevelandbrowns.com)

"As the NFL world gathers in Indianapolis on Tuesday for the league’s annual combine — a weeklong spectacle of drills, meetings, interviews, and conferences within the bowels of Lucas Oil Stadium — the Browns are bracing for what is the defacto beginning of a new era under Hue Jackson."

Browns should focus on quarterbacks at NFL Combine (ESPN)

"Here’s a closer look at the positions the Cleveland Browns could target at the NFL combine in Indianapolis."

NFL News:

Another NFL lockout inevitable as along as owners keep ripping off players (Sporting News)

"Not that anyone can call me Nostradamus, but you can count on this: There will be another lockout in the NFL. The labor deal that came out of the last lockout expires in 2020, so mark it on your calendar."

Stadium situation about to get messy in San Diego (San Diego Union-Tribune)

"Tuesday’s announcement by the San Diego Chargers that they will focus their efforts on getting a downtown stadium built was just the beginning of a contentious and possibly litigious process."

Why PFF is obsessed with DeForest Buckner (PFF)

"There may not be a player in the 2016 draft that PFF has loved more than DeForest Buckner (and if there is, it’s Joey Bosa). Buckner has been one of the most disruptive forces in the nation as a defensive lineman for the Oregon Ducks and has improved in each campaign."