Dawg Pound Daily: Taylor blocks out noise as Cleveland Browns starter
By Randy Gurzi
The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the news you need to know to keep up to date with the Cleveland Browns. Today we look at Tyrod Taylor remaining confident
Good morning Cleveland Browns fans. Once again we come to you with all the news you need to know regarding the team you love.
This week the Browns were seen at a charity golf tournament, which gave some of the players a chance to speak with some media members.
One player who sat down for a bit was starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor. He opened up about how he found out the team was using the No. 1 overall pick on his potential successor — Baker Mayfield.
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Their coach then talked about how someone who was an underdog in the NFL like Taylor will be able to quiet the noise and get the job done.
That story and more are featured in today’s Daily Dawg Tags. Enjoy.
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How Tyrod Taylor plans to quiet the Baker Mayfield noise — Mary Kay Cabot, Cleveland.com
"“I didn’t necessarily have a reaction or anything. I appreciate him calling. Whoever was taken, that doesn’t necessarily bother me. I welcome him to the team, but my mindset when I first came into the league is prepare each and every day as the starter and continue to keep pushing yourself."
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Report: Arizona, New Orleans To Be Awarded Super Bowls in 2023, 2024 — Scooby Axson, Sports Illustrated
"The NFL is set to award Super bowls in 2023, 2024 to Arizona and New Orleans, the Sports Business Journal reports.According to the report, the league will award the Super Bowls during the owners meetings this week in Atlanta."