The Cleveland Browns don’t begin training camp until July, but it is still fun to take an early look at the 2017 schedule for some fun factoids.
The lack of any bombshells stories surrounding the Cleveland Browns has been a relief for fans who are excited about what this young team can do in 2017.
Since the beginning of the offseason, no one associated with the team has done anything to draw negative attention, while the front office has been lauded for a great beginning to the year.
That is all nice, but fans will lose some excitement if the team doesn’t perform well when games actually start being played. And while it is still over three months until the season begins, it is still fun to take another look at the schedule and get excited about the upcoming games.
From the opener at home against the Pittsburgh Steelers to the Week 8 game in London against the Minnesota Vikings, there should be plenty of intrigue throughout the season.
We take a look at that and more in today’s edition of the Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns news:
"The Cleveland Browns will look to put last season’s 1-15 record behind them when they open the season in September. Here are 16 thoughts on the schedule."
"Every starting defensive line position is set with the exception of the 3-tech, but it’s pretty clear how the Cleveland Browns want things to shake out there."
"The Browns wrap up the third week of organized team activities with the final four practices at their facility this week, and then gear up for the mandatory full-squad minicamp June 13-15."
"If you’ve been to FirstEnergy Stadium over the past few years, I’m sure you’re familiar with the hype videos that are played over the big screens at certain points of the game — it might be on a big third down play, or near a two-minute warning."
"The San Francisco 49ers add Elvis Dumervil to a defense that was in need of a veteran presence."
"The Seattle Seahawks added a veteran backup quarterback. It wasn’t Colin Kaepernick. The team announced it signed Austin Davis on Monday."