Daily Dawg Tags: Cleveland Browns start OTAs
By Randy Gurzi
The Daily Dawg Tags brings you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know. Today’s featured story centers round the OTAs beginning.
The Cleveland Browns are getting some reps in as the organized team activities have begun. Quarterback Baker Mayfield has all eyes on him and started as third string on the depth chart.
You could tell he was working with some backups as Mayfield and his offense had a rough go. That story obviously is the highlighted feature this morning, but there was other news with the Browns — and the city of Cleveland.
A bid to host the 2019 NFL Draft fell short as the Cleveland and Canton area was unable to convince the league to let them host the festivities.
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There’s also a good look at Tyrod Taylor, who will have to keep playing well to hold off the rookie — even after the rough outing for Mayfield.
Those stories and more can be found in today’s DailY Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns News
Baker Mayfield suffers some hard knocks in first open Browns OTA
"With the Hard Knocks cameras capturing his every move, No. 1 pick Baker Mayfield had a rocky first organized team activities practice open to the media."
Cleveland Browns: Tyrod Taylor will have pressure to succeed immediately
Dan Justik looks at how Tyrod Taylor has to play in order to keep the starting job that he currently has.
Cleveland and Canton miss out on 2019 NFL Draft bid
Matt McConnell breaks down the news that the Cleveland and Canton areas of Ohio missed out on hosting the 2019 NFL Draft.
Cleveland Browns 2018 Offseason buzz exactly the same, only different
The buzz around the Browns feels familiar, but something is different this time according to Mike Lukas.
NFL Passes Rule Fining Teams If They Do Not ‘Show Respect’ for Flag, Anthem — Mike Chiari, Bleacher Report
"In the league release commissioner Roger Goodell commented on the change in the league release, saying it was “unfortunate” that the “on-field protests created a false perception among many that thousands of NFL players were unpatriotic. This is not and was never the case.”"
Next: 2018 Offseason buzz exactly the same, only different
Schmuck: NFL’s new policy doesn’t satisfy either side in national anthem controversy — Peter Schmuck, Baltimore Sun
"The NFL owners needed to find a way to extricate themselves from the lingering national athem controversy and they handled it the only way they could.They cut it down the middle."