Daily Dawg Tags: Browns rebuild has hope
By Thomas Moore
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, March 21.
Browns fans can find inspiration in Oakland
"If Cleveland Browns fans have any doubts about the team’s latest rebuilding plan, they only need to look west to the Oakland Raiders for inspiration."
Surgery to sideline Joe Haden until training camp
"The Cleveland Browns hope that Joe Haden will be ready for training camp after the veteran cornerback underwent surgery on his ankle."
"The Cleveland Browns continued their quarterback search by reportedly hosting free agent Robert Griffin III on Saturday."
Jared Goff survives his Pro Day
"The Cleveland Browns were on hand for Jared Goff’s Pro Day at Cal as the team continues to decide if there is a quarterback worth taking at No. 2 in the 2016 NFL Draft."
"The Cleveland Browns have no choice but to go through a complete rebuild in order to try and be successful in the future."
Hue Jackson believes RG3 is a “tremendous talent” (cleveland.com)
"The Browns remain interested in quarterback Robert Griffin III after meeting with him Friday and Saturday, a source told cleveland.com, and coach Hue Jackson raved about him Sunday upon arriving here for NFL Annual meeting."
Baylor’s LaQuan McGown could make draft history (USA Today)
"LaQuan McGowan has the chance to make some history at the 2016 NFL Draft next month as he could be the heaviest player ever taken in the history of the NFL Draft."
How Jared Goff dominated at every route depth in 2015 (PFF)
"One of the reasons we like Cal quarterback Jared Goff is his ability to succeed in all circumstances. Whether under pressure, facing the blitz, or throwing to all levels of the field, Goff performed well. A quick look at Goff’s grades compared to the rest of the quarterback draft class shows that he’s consistent across the board, other than the few 40-plus yard bombs on which he struggled."
Titans face touch decision at No. 1 (Sporting News)
"The Titans have been on the 2016 NFL Draft clock since the end of the 2015-2016 regular season, and still have six weeks to go before their No. 1 pick decision needs to be made. Despite there being time to weigh their options, the Titans appear to be stuck between two final options: Hall of Fame-upside left tackle Laremy Tunsil of Ole Miss, or elite athlete do-it-all defensive back Jalen Ramsey of Florida State."