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The offseason full of roster shake ups has continued as the Cleveland Browns have sent away another young face. This time it was quarterback Cody Kessler, who started eight games at quarterback as a rookie in 2016.
That move wasn’t unexpected after Cleveland added Tyrod Taylor via trade to be the starter and Drew Stanton via free agency to be the second-string signal caller. As for their third spot, the Browns are expected to use the No. 1 overall pick on a guy to groom to be the franchise player.
Which brings us to the next subject, who to draft at No. 1. While the consensus has been Sam Darnold, the good old “expert” at ESPN, Mel Kiper, is all in on Josh Allen and thinks the Browns should go with him.
It’s funny because Kiper says that the terrible completion percentage out of Allen means nothing, but that the same thing for Lamar Jackson means he should be a wide receiver.
That news and more can be found in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns News
Cody Kessler at one point was the starter for the Browns, but now will be backing up Blake Bortles with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Tom Moore looks at the latest mock draft in which Mel Kiper goes gaga over Josh Allen out of Wyoming.
"We might be looking at the twilight of kickoffs in the NFL.Packers president Mark Murphy, a member of the NFL Competition Committee, told reporters Wednesday that despite recent rule changes aimed at enhancing safety, injury data reveals that kickoffs remain an area of concern."
"The New York Giants have asked for at least two first-round picks in return for Odell Beckham Jr., a league source tells ESPN’s Adam Schefter, even though the team insists it is not shopping the three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver."