DPD Podcast Episode 5: One week out from the NFL Draft
The Cleveland Browns have some franchise-changing decisions to make in one week, which is the topic in Episode 5 of the Dawg Pound Daily Podcast.
Cleveland Browns fans have spent all of 2017 anticipating the NFL Draft and it is now only one week away. Can you believe it?
As is the case every year, the talk of who the Browns may draft has led to rumors galore, although it seems safe to say the Browns will be taking Myles Garrett with the No. 1 overall pick. But after that, no one knows.
The possibilities are endless and fun to talk about, which was covered in Episode 5 of the Dawg Pound Daily Podcast.
Andrew Seibt and myself break down topics ranging from our mutual love of Mitch Trubisky to the hopes that we can once again head to FirstEnergy Stadium and watch some competitive football. It doesn’t seem like too much to ask, but this is the Browns we are talking about.
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This episode marks our debut on BlogTalkRadio, where our past four episodes are archived as well. We are excited to move to BTR and hope that it provides a convenient listening experience.
This means we are no longer hosting the podcast on YouTube.
As I ask with every episode, please leave feedback to tell us what you think about the episode. Tweet @dawgpounddaily anything you would like to hear on future episodes, as Andrew and myself would love to answer any questions you may have.
We plan on doing one more episode with our final thoughts on what the Browns will do in the NFL Draft, ending what is always a fun period of being a Browns fan.
The next, far more exciting stage, is waiting for the season to begin with the new influx of talent. While fans expect Garrett, it may also include a brand new quarterback in 2017.
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The anticipation may be painful for some, but this time of year is always a holiday of sorts for Browns fans. Let’s just hope that 2017 becomes a year in which the happiness continues all the way from April until December and beyond.