Daily Dawg Tags: Cleveland Browns start Facebook Watch series

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The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the news you need in order to keep up with the Cleveland Browns, including them launching a Facebook Watch series

The Cleveland Browns are becoming a hot topic. So much so, that they’re about to be featured on a Facebook Watch series titled ‘Building the Browns.’

Tuesday at noon eastern will be the first of three showings before the draft, and then four more will be featured as the team prepares for the regular season. The first episode looks deeper at 2017 rookie tight end David Njoku.

It should be a pretty fun inside look into the Browns as they hope this offseason of change leads to a better string of success than they’ve had in recent seasons.

Outside of that, the news cycle continues to circle around what the franchise will do with the No. 1 and No. 4 selections in the 2018 NFL Draft. The newest story floating around is Josh Rosen trying to put the toothpaste back in the tube.

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After hearing from him — and his old college coach Jim Mora— that Cleveland wasn’t the place for Rosen, the word being put out now is that he’ll play anywhere. Well yeah, that’s how the draft works buddy.

Those stories and plenty more are the focus of today’s Daily Dawg Tags.

Cleveland Browns News

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Josh Rosen will play for whoever drafts him — Mike Florio, Pro Football Talk

"The recent comments from former UCLA coach Jim Mora regarding former UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen has invited speculation that Mora possibly is trying to help Rosen implement a strategy to avoid the Cleveland Browns. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, that’s not the case"

NFL News

10 NFL rookies primed to break out in Year 2 — Matt Bowen, ESPN

In 12 starts as a rookie last season, Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky tossed just seven touchdown passes and registered a 29.2 Total QBR, which ranked 29th in the NFL. It was a severely limited offense under former coordinator Dowell Loggains, and Chicago had one of the league’s worst passing offenses.

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Trading Gronk wouldn’t be out of character for Belichick — Michael David Smith, Pro Football Talk

"Most teams wouldn’t be eager to trade a 28-year-old future Hall of Famer with two more years on his contract at affordable salaries. But the Patriots aren’t like most teams."