Daily Dawg Tags: Cleveland Browns stock up on wide receivers
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 Thursday, May 5.
What to do with all these wide receivers?
"The Cleveland Browns added four wide receivers in the draft. What will the position group look like come the fall?"
Browns may have found a deep threat in Corey Coleman
"The Cleveland Browns may have solved their playmaker problem with the selection of wide receiver Corey Coleman."
May the 4th be with the Cleveland Browns
"On Star Wars Day, here is how the Cleveland Browns would look if they lived in a galaxy far, far away."
How Cody Kessler fits with the Browns (Reign of Troy)
"Cody Kessler was expected to be a Day 3 draft pick and potential back-up quarterback. A third round selection and the admiration of Browns head coach Hue Jackson means Kessler could be in the mix to start earlier than anyone anticipated."
When it comes to talent acquisition, Cleveland Browns have gotten it upside down too often (cleveland.com)
"Browns front offices have thrived in recent years at uncovering hidden gems. That’s the good news. Problem is the organization’s decision makers haven’t been able to distinguish diamonds from cubic zirconia when it’s all there in plain sight."
49ers unlikely to trade Colin Kaepernick (Sacramento Bee)
"The Denver Broncos drafted a quarterback in the first round. The New York Jets took one in the second. The 49ers? They waited until the end of the sixth round to select Louisiana Tech’s Jeff Driskel. Those moves strongly suggest the 49ers’ liveliest offseason story – when will they trade Colin Kaepernick? – is all but over."
Keanu Neal agrees to deal with Atlanta Falcons (NFL.com)
"Keanu Neal agreed to a contract with the Atlanta Falcons on Wednesday and will become he first 2016 first-round pick to ink his deal on Thursday, the team announced."
Myles Jack is a “full go” (PFT)
"One of this year’s most debated cases of damaged goods was former UCLA linebacker Myles Jack. Appearing on Wednesday’s PFT Live on NBC Sports Radio, G.M. Dave Caldwell discussed the thought process that resulted in a trade up in round two to get Jack — and the prognosis for his knee."
A deeper look at Noah Spence (The Pewter Plank)
"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were able to draft Noah Spence in the second round because of his troubled past and will now reap the benefits of his continued road to redemption."