Dawg Pound Daily: The Browns quarterback discussion continues


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The NFL offseason keeps rolling and as it does, the debate about what the Cleveland Browns should do at quarterback continues. While many want them to take Sam Darnold, the case for Josh Rosen, Baker Mayfield and even Josh Allen has been made.

No matter what side of the debate you stand on, it’s rare to hear anyone say the Browns should walk away from the 2018 NFL Draft without spending the first-overall pick on a new signal-caller.

That’s not the only news thankfully. Joe Thomas broke up the monotony by holding a press conference, which he turned into a stand up comedy routine. He nailed it by the way, which was a lot of fun to see.

Those stories and more can be found in today’s edition of the Daily Dawg Tags.

Cleveland Browns news

Cleveland Browns should seriously consider Josh Rosen

Matt Stevenson looks at why the Browns should keep their eyes on UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen — even if most eyes are fixed on Sam Darnold.

Browns: Could Mason Rudolph be Cleveland’s answer?

Martin McConnell wonders if the Browns may think about waiting for a quarterback in the 2018 NFL Draft and looking at Mason Rudolph out of Oklahoma State.

Joe Thomas bids farewell as only he can

Tom Moore discusses the great press conference held by former left tackle Joe Thomas, who was all smiles while discussing his retirement from the NFL.

NFL News

Dallas Cowboys: Allen Hurns, anyone?

"Another player who could be a solid choice just hit the market as well as the Jacksonville Jaguars released veteran receiver Allen Hurns. The 26-year old Hurns was undrafted out of Miami in 2014, but showed out as a rookie. According to ESPN’s Josina Anderson, the recently cut wideout will visit with Dallas on Wednesday."

Next: Could Mason Rudolph be Cleveland’s answer?

Report: Owners won’t discuss anthem policy change next week — Charean Williams, Pro Football Talk

"NFL owners will discuss the social justice platform at their annual meetings next week in Orlando, Florida, but the national anthem isn’t on the agenda, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.Saints linebacker Demario Davis said he expected fewer player protests in 2018 because of the league’s support on social justice issues."