Spanning the virtual globe to bring you the latest news about the Cleveland Browns and the NFL – these are your Daily Dawg Tags for Friday, Oct. 28.
Just when you think it can’t get any worse, the Cleveland Browns have to go an release an injury report.
With cornerback Joe Haden still limited with a nagging groin injury, the coaching staff couldn’t have been thrilled to see cornerback Jamar Taylor be limited in practice on Thursday with his own groin woes.
If Haden and Taylor can’t go, or give it a shot and have to exit Sunday’s game against the New York Jets, then New York wide receivers Brandon Marshall (30 receptions, 472 yards and a two touchdowns) and Quincy Enunwa (32-409-2) could be in line for a big day.
Even with Ryan Fitzpatrick throwing them the ball.
Cleveland Browns news:
"If Cleveland Browns quarterback Josh McCown is able to return to action this Sunday against the New York Jets, the Browns may be able to pick up their first win."
"If you think that falling interest in the NFL is just a “Believeland” phenomenon, think again. Even former Browns QB Brady Quinn is making a comeback, this time as an announcer."
"Cleveland Browns fans are the best in the world. Now is your chance to prove it by entering the FanSided Fan of the Year contest."
"New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall was walking down the hallway last year at his team’s training facility in Florham Park, N.J., when he ran into Browns wide receiver Terrelle Pryor. Now Pryor is a standout wide receiver after transitioning from quarterback, and Marshall wishes the Jets hadn’t passed on him."
"Browns rookie wide receiver Corey Coleman wasn’t interested in hearing the bad news about his hand after he broke it in practice on Sept. 21. There’s good news, though, finally, for the 22-year-old out of Baylor. He returned to the practice field this week – limited both Wednesday and Thursday, but practicing nonetheless."
"NFL broadcasts and coaching news conferences are full of football proverbs. Very often, these are simply explanations for a why a situation demanded avoiding risk, or at least delaying it. And very often, the numbers — while not perfect — tell us otherwise."
"Back up for a moment, and ask yourself a fundamental question: Why are sports leagues organized geographically? The answer is one of logistics. After all, there’s no business sense in placing franchises in smaller markets at the expense of some of the world’s biggest stories. No, the league did it because they had to. A football team from Detroit in 1920 — the year the NFL was founded — couldn’t make it to London for a week’s game. But a game in Columbus? Yea, they could make that work."
"Did you see what Andrew Hawkins did after he scored against the Patriots recently? It was one of the best post-touchdown moves I’ve seen in awhile. He caught a pass in the corner of the end zone to tie the game, and then promptly placed the ball on the ground, stood up straight like a soldier and marched away like a robot. I don’t mean he celebrated by doing the robot dance — he literally just walked away, like a robot."
"As if you needed more evidence that the NFL is a complete joke when it comes to player safety, the Jarvis Landry hit happened."