Daily Dawg Tags: 5 questions on Cleveland Browns rookies
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, May 16.
5 questions on Emmanuel Ogbah with Saturday Blitz
"The Cleveland Browns have been searching for a pass rusher for years. Can second-round draft pick Emmanuel Ogbah be part of the solution?"
5 questions on Ricardo Louis with Fly War Eagle
"Ricardo Louis was drafted No. 114 overall by the Browns. The former Auburn Tiger was a memorable player during his time playing in the SEC, but there are still some questions about how he will do in the NFL."
5 questions on Corey Coleman with Saturday Blitz
"The Cleveland Browns may have finally found an offensive playmaker to scare opposing defenses in Baylor wide receiver Corey Coleman."
5 questions on Derrick Kindred with Frogs O’ War
"The Cleveland Browns drafted TCU’s Derrick Kindred in hopes of improving the defensive secondary."
5 questions on Jordan Payton with Go Joe Bruin
"The Cleveland Browns selected four wide receivers during the 2016 NFL Draft, setting up what should be a key position battle in training camp. One of the participants in that battle will be former UCLA wide receiver Jordan Payton."
Travis Benjamin’s absence won’t hurt the Browns
"The Cleveland Browns added a great deal of talent at the wide receiver position after the departure of Travis Benjamin."
Believeland needed more depth on the character of the fans (ESPN)
"Anyone who wants to relive the pain and agony of all the worst moments in recent Cleveland sports history should by all means watch Believeland. But folks who want to gain new insight into the character of a city and its ability to fight through disappointment, to understand the psyche of a city, they’d best head to the library."
If Raiders stay in Oakland, Las Vegas will turn to the Chargers (PFT)
"Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman said on the Dan Patrick Show that she and her husband, former Mayor Oscar Goodman, have a long and close relationship with Chargers owner Alex Spanos and would love to work with Spanos on a move."
6 most interesting free agents still on the market (NFL.com)
"With free agency and the draft in the rearview mirror, the NFL’s roster reconstruction period is giving way to offseason workouts and minicamps. That doesn’t mean there are no hidden gems left to be discovered, though. Chris Johnson entered the early-season Comeback Player of the Year discussion after signing in training camp. Dwight Freeney led the division-winning Cardinals in sacks after signing in October."
Tom Brady offers misguided concussion commentary (SI.com)
"Tom Brady is rich, beautiful, pretty good at football and seemingly out of touch when it comes to his sport’s most prevalent issue. When asked by ABC News this week to share his thoughts on the film Concussion and the increased awareness of CTE, Brady’s answer started out reasonably enough. In the same breath, though, Brady continued, instantly morphing into some oblivious incarnation of John Harbaugh, Bruce Arians and the NFL’s concussion lawsuit defense team all rolled into one."
Khalil Mack says Raiders defense can dominate (CBS Sports)
"When a player on another team says that his defense can be as good as the 2015 Denver Broncos, he’s making quite a claim. And that’s exactly what Oakland Raiders star Khalil Mack did on Saturday."