Daily Dawg Tags: A guide to Cleveland Browns DC Ray Horton
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 Tuesday, June 14.
"Cleveland Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton has a talent for communicating his vision in pithy one-liners. Here is a guide to the most common."
Will a slimmer Danny Shelton be better in 2016?
"Cleveland Browns defensive lineman Danny Shelton has reportedly lost a great deal of weight in 2016 as he looks to keep evolving his game."
Corey Coleman flashes big-time ability (clevelandbrowns.com)
"When rookie wide receiver Corey Coleman arrived for the Browns’ OTAs, one of the first things he did was ask to go one-on-one against veteran cornerback Tramon Williams. That’s been Coleman’s mindset since coming to Cleveland as its first-round draft pick and one of almost two dozen rookies finding their footing within the organization."
Browns emphasizing a simple formula to fix the defense (cleveland.com)
"On the day that Browns head coach Hue Jackson admitted that training camp would again include a quarterback competition, it was defensive line coach Robert Nunn who stressed the importance of the position in the NFL."
Eagles sign Fletcher Cox to massive contract extension (Inside the Iggles)
"The Philadelphia Eagles reportedly reached a deal for $103 million with defensive lineman Fletcher Cox. The deal includes $63 million in guaranteed money, making it one of the largest contracts a defensive lineman has received in NFL history."
101 best NFL players right now (PFF)
"Senior Analyst Sam Monson identifies the best 101 players in the NFL today, with Vikings RB Adrian Peterson at No. 78 overall."
The NFL’s overrated, underrated off-season storylines (NFL.com)
"There’s no offseason. Not in today’s NFL. While other team sports still drift into hibernation between campaigns, pro football’s constantly churning news cycle keeps the NFL front and center 12 months a year. What are we paying too much attention to? And what isn’t getting its due? Let’s take a look."
Joey Bosa impresses after slow start (NFL Spin Zone)
"Since being drafted No. 3 overall by the San Diego Chargers in the 2016 NFL Draft, pass rusher Joey Bosa has been repeatedly likened to J.J. Watt. But early on, Bosa admits to a steep learning curve, having struggled to earn first-team reps early on in practice before finally turning it up a notch."