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, Dec. 16.
The players on the Cleveland Browns are frustrated. The fans are frustrated. All of this frustration usually leads to anger with the smallest of triggers, and Terrelle Pryor’s words and actions as of late have helped anger some people.
While some may be angered by the outspoken nature of Pryor when his team is 0-13, at least he is still showing some emotion at this point in the season.
It is easy for the entire roster to lose confidence and accept 0-16, but he is doing his best to hold others accountable, even if fans and the media don’t like the way he is doing it.
And some of this seems to be built up by the media, who may focus on one thing he said and blow it out of proportion before the proper context can be applied to the situation.
Part of the problem is Pryor not being a major factor in games as of late, but that is not entirely his fault. A great game from him and his team this Sunday, and perhaps even a win, could help ease some of the frustration. Let’s now take a look at that and more in today’s edition of the Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns news:
"The Cleveland Browns need to do whatever it takes to pick up a win in 2016. If that means Terrelle Pryor needs to call out a few players on the team, so be it."
"The Cleveland Browns will be trying to play the role of spoiler during the final three weeks of the season."
"Most of the focus for this season is on the 14 players the Cleveland Browns selected in the 2016 NFL Draft."
"Joe Haden‘s place as one of the league’s best cornerbacks took another hit when ESPN’s John Clayton ranked the former first-round pick as the seventh most disappointing in the NFL this season."
"When the Rams’ move to Los Angeles was approved last January, a principal agreement allowing the San Diego Chargers he option to join them was approved."
"Jeff Fisher intends to break that tie with Dan Reeves, after all."
"The NFL is looking into the New York Giants’ sideline use of walkie-talkies during their Week 14 victory over the Dallas Cowboys, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, via a source informed of the league’s plans."