Daily Dawg Tags: Josh Rosen visits with the Cleveland Browns

PASADENA, CA - OCTOBER 21: Josh Rosen (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
PASADENA, CA - OCTOBER 21: Josh Rosen (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) /

UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen came for a visit with the Cleveland Browns, which headlines the stories in our Daily Dawg Tags

There’s been a lot of discussion about UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen and the Cleveland Browns — who own the No. 1 overall pick and seem ready to spend that on a quarterback. Rosen is a player that warrants consideration there, but it hasn’t seemed like the two were destined to join forces.

Rosen has dropped a few hints that he may not want to come to Cleveland and his former head coach with the Bruins — Jim Mora — also cast doubt on that with some of his words.

MUST READ: Take a hint Browns fans, Rosen isn’t an option

Even with all that, Rosen understands that his name could still be called when the Browns make their selection in the 2018 NFL Draft. That’s why he decided it would be best to go check out the Browns for himself.

Rosen reportedly visited with the Browns as he prepares for the 2018 NFL Draft. That story and more can be found in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.

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Josh Rosen visiting the Browns today, so he can see for himself if he’s a fit — Mary Kay Cabot, Cleveland.com

"Josh Rosen can see for himself today if the Browns are a fit, or if Cleveland is too blue collar for him like his former UCLA coach Jim Mora apparently believes it is.Rosen is the third quarterback to visit the Browns’ facility this week as the parade of top quarterbacks comes to town in one of the final pieces of the QB puzzle before the draft."

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Bob McNair says he regrets apology for ‘inmates’ remark — Sarah Barshop, ESPN

"On Thursday, McNair told the Journal that the inmates he was referring to were not players, but NFL executives with more control than the owners.“The main thing I regret is apologizing. … I really didn’t have anything to apologize for,” McNair said."

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"“The way the rule is written right now, it’s basically saying that if any player that lowers their head – offense, defense, quarterback, it doesn’t matter who it is – if any player lowers their head and receives or dishes out contact, that player will be either fined or ejected,” Woodson said, via the Cowboys’ lifestyle website."