Daily Dawg Tags: Cleveland Browns draft profiles
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 Wednesday, March 23.
Browns draft profile: DeForest Buckner
"The Cleveland Browns continued to disappoint defensively in 2015, ranking No. 30 against the run. Oregon’s DeForest Buckner could change all that."
Browns draft profile: Corey Coleman
"The Cleveland Browns need considerable help at wide receiver and Baylor’s Corey Coleman could be the answer come draft night."
Jimmy Haslam not pursuing Peyton Manning (ohio.com)
"Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam insisted he hasn’t been begging his friend Peyton Manning to work for the organization now that he’s a retired quarterback."
Andrew Hawkins’ Ivy League crash course (MMQB)
"Cleveland Browns vice president of football operations Sashi Brown had something to say about the perception surrounding the departure of Mitchell Schwartz."
Saints closing in on deal with Craig Robertson (Who Dat Dish)
"The New Orleans Saints are reportedly close to signing free agent linebacker Craig Robertson, according to The Advocate."
NFL eliminates chop style blocks for 2016 (NFL.com)
"In a move that will cause sweeping changes to NFL offensive strategy for the 2016 season and beyond, owners decided Tuesday at the NFL Annual Meeting to abolish any and all “chop” style blocks."
DraftKings and FanDuel stop taking bets in New York (New York Times)
"Two of the largest daily fantasy sports operators, DraftKings and FanDuel, stopped taking bets in New York on Monday as part of an agreement with the state attorney general’s office, which had accused them of illegal gambling."