Daily Dawg Tags: Mock Draft fever is hitting us all

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Every day that we advance into the offseason brings us one step closer to the 2018 NFL Draft. Which also usually brings us one more mock draft. This time it was Todd McShay releasing his mock that could potentially have Cleveland Browns fans very happy.

That wasn’t the only news for the Browns — or the NFL. Not only did Cleveland get a couple players in the top 101 list from Pro Football Talk, but some big NFL news also hit.

After agreeing to be the coach of the Indianapolis Colts, Josh McDaniels backed out and ran back to his old BFF Bill Belichick to stay the New England Patriots offensive coordinator. Catch up on that, and any other news you may have missed below.

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Two Cleveland Browns make the Top 101 list

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Todd McShay’s mock draft would make Browns giddy — via Pat McManamon of ESPN

"McShay has USC quarterback Sam Darnold going first and Penn State running back Saquon Barkley going fourth.It makes sense and it’s logical, and if forced to predict today what would happen, this is the likely scenario"

NFL News

2018 NFL Schedule: Eagles’ possible Week 1 opponents are loaded with great choices — via Will Brinson, CBS Sports

"The Philadelphia Eagles are your 2018 Super Bowl champions, having defeated the New England Patriots 41-33 in a thrilling game largely hallmarked by coach Doug Pederson’s willingness to kick caution off a cliff and into a tornado. This means Philly is possibly going to burn to the ground. If not, the Eagles can throw a parade down the streets to celebrate the city’s first Super Bowl. And if Philadelphia survives that, there will even be a Week 1 home game to play for the Eagles."

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Josh McDaniels withdraws from Colts coaching job — via Austin Knoblauch NFL.com

"Josh McDaniels withdrew from an agreement to become the Indianapolis Colts’ head coach and will remain the New England Patriots’ offensive coordinator, sources informed of the situation confirmed to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo on Tuesday. McDaniels’ decision was confirmed by the Colts."