Daily Dawg Tags: What to do in Round 2?


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

Cleveland Browns:

5 players the Browns should target in Round 2

"The Cleveland Browns have an opportunity to select an impact player in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft. Here are five players they should be considering."

Browns should give RG3 a chance

"The Cleveland Browns should sign Robert Griffin III and give him a chance at redemption in 2016."

Sashi Brown is indifferent on Josh Gordon’s return

"Cleveland Browns Executive Vice President Sashi Brown is not letting the questions surrounding Josh Gordon’s return become a distraction."

Feisty Sashi Brown hits out on Mitchell Schwartz departure

"Cleveland Browns vice president of football operations Sashi Brown had something to say about the perception surrounding the departure of Mitchell Schwartz."

Joe Haden’s agent says CB will be back for training camp (ESPN)

"Joe Haden’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, said Monday afternoon that after talking to Robert Anderson, the doctor who did the surgery, the plan is for Haden to be back at the start of training camp."

Browns not planning to trade Joe Thomas (ohio.com)

"Since the Browns let four starters slip away two weeks ago at the start of free agency, there has been rampant speculation about the team trading nine-time Pro Bowl left tackle Joe Thomas amid a total rebuild of its roster. But Browns head of football operations Sashi Brown insisted Monday dealing Thomas is not in the cards."

NFL News:

“Zero chance” Patriots get lost draft pick back (NFL.com)

"The New England Patriots haven’t given up on getting back their 2016 first-round draft pick. An NFL source told NFL Media’s Judy Battista, however, there is “zero chance” the Patriots will get their first-round pick back."

Bills should not extend Tyrod Taylor’s contract (Buffalowdown)

"It was reported by ESPN staff writer Mike Rodak that the Buffalo Bills reached out to Tyrod Taylor’s agent in the hopes of signing him to a long-term deal. While this is a good idea to do in the future it’s a terrible idea right now."

Draft replacement options for big-name free agent departures (PFF)

"The majority of the biggest free-agent moves are now in the books, leaving teams with the draft as their top option to fix roster holes – in some cases, those created by free agency. We took a look at five teams that suffered a major personnel departure during free agency, and identified some draft prospects who could possible fill the void."