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, Oct. 18.
In case you missed it while watching the Cleveland Indians yesterday, the Cleveland Browns announced that Cody Kessler will be the starting quarterback this Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals.
This means he will once again be paired with his star receiver, Terrelle Pryor. Pryor is currently on a one-year deal with the Browns, but his value is rising exponentially after every game. This makes it important for the Browns to offer him an extension soon, or risk him hitting the market at the end of the season and potentially losing him to another team.
The season is only six weeks old, but Pryor has proven he is a dominant NFL receiver, and the Browns would be foolish to let him leave.
This is not news to the front office, so hopefully an extension is worked out soon. In the meantime, let’s take a look at the news surrounding the Browns and the rest of the NFL in today’s edition of the Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns news:
"After six straight losses to open the season, it is getting increasingly hard to get excited about Cleveland Browns football each and every Sunday."
"A frantic comeback attempt by the Cleveland Browns came up just short in their 28-26 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday afternoon."
"The Cleveland Browns have enough on their plate to deal with, they don’t need reporters creating more controversy during press conferences."
"The Cleveland Browns have had problems at the quarterback position for far too long, but the current starter seems to be holding his own, at least so far."
"The Browns were determined to slow down running back DeMarco Murray and a powerful Titans rushing attack that had plowed over their opponents through the first five weeks of the season."
"Browns left guard Joel Bitonio had surgery Monday, according to a report from ESPN’s Adam Caplan."
"The impressive performance of rookie quarterback Dak Prescott during a 5-1 start has brought doubt about Tony Romo getting the starting job back when he’s healthy, and now that question will simmer over the Dallas Cowboys’ Week 7 bye."
"The NFL is just moving along now as Week 6 is in the books. Once again there were some crazy plays, fantastic finishes and some surprising upsets."
"Geno Smith replaced Ryan Fitzpatrick in the fourth quarter of the Jets’ 28-3 loss to the Cardinals on Monday night, but coach Todd Bowles isn’t prepared to name a new starter."