Daily Dawg Tags: Hue Jackson moving on from Osweiler?
Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson does not seem to be a big fan of Brock Osweiler, despite the team having limited options at the quarterback position.
It doesn’t take much to grab people’s attention when it comes to the Cleveland Browns and quarterbacks.
Sometimes, all it takes are a few words.
Such was the case on Sunday, when head coach Hue Jackson was speaking with Steve Wyche was the NFL Network. The topic? Quarterback Brock Osweiler:
“Obviously, he’s a player on our team and we’re going to treat him just like we do all of our other quarterbacks until he’s not.”
Well, that certainly clears up the mystery surrounding what the plans are for the $16 million quarterback.
We tackle that topic, plus more, in today’s edition of the Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns news:
Hue Jackson sounds less than sold on Brock Osweiler
The Cleveland Browns have Brock Osweiler until they don’t. In an interview with The NFL Network, Hue Jackson sounds less than excited about his new QB.
Drafting a QB not a sure thing in 2017
Cleveland Browns fans always focus on the quarterback position, but 2017 may be a year in which the team looks to improve the rest of the roster instead.
Browns looking to trade or release Josh Gordon at some point
The Cleveland Browns have reportedly not moved from their position that Josh Gordon’s time in Cleveland is done if he is ever reinstated by the league.
Corey Davis should be a draft target
The Cleveland Browns could use a physical wide receiver and Western Michigan’s Corey Davis could fill that need come draft weekend.
Joe Thomas likes Mitchell Trubisky’s potential
Cleveland Browns left tackle Joe Thomas has some advice for teams looking for a quarterback in the 2017 NFL Draft.
Malik Hooker in play for Browns at No. 12?
The Cleveland Browns need a quarterback, but Ohio State safety may be too good to pass up when the Browns are on the clock in the 2017 NFL Draft.
Tony Romo’s future is still uncertain. Will the annual NFL meetings bring clarity? (Denver Post)
"Minus the bling and the bragging rights, there’s a familiar feel to this Broncos offseason. Sure, the follow-up to their Super Bowl 50 title run ended with a 9-7, playoff-less thud, but many of the same issues and questions remain unresolved from a year ago. At the NFL’s annual meetings in Phoenix running Sunday to Thursday, some of those questions may be answered. Perhaps a big one in particular."
The Raiders move: What’s in it for Las Vegas? (MMQB)
"Like other cities on the outside looking in, Las Vegas sees joining the NFL club as a way to raise its civic stature. Unlike other suitors, the money and the political will are there—in abundance."
Clueless or clever? Jets sign Josh McCown (ESPN)
"The New York Jets signing of 37-year-old journeyman Josh McCown has sparked two schools of thought among NFL personnel types."
NFL may be considering unlimited challenges (Bleacher Report)
"Among the potential rule changes being mulled over heading into the NFL’s annual league meeting is the use of unlimited challenges. Per Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk, the NFL competition committee is considering a proposal from the Washington Redskins for unlimited challenges as long as they’re successful."