Cleveland Browns News: Gordon says Browns have best WR’s in NFL

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The Daily Dawg Tags brings you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including Josh Gordon saying that the Browns have the group of wide receivers in the NFL.

The Cleveland Browns were aggressive this offseason in acquiring talent. One of the biggest moves that they completed was trading for wide receiver Jarvis Landry and signing him to a five year extension.

Landry will be paired with Josh Gordon and Corey Coleman as the three top receivers on the Browns depth chart. They are followed by Antonio Callaway, Rashard Higgins, Ricardo Louis, Damion Ratley and Jeff Janis.

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Although most of the receivers have not played a game together, that is not stopping Gordon from claiming that the Browns have the best wide receiver group in the NFL.

That story and more can be found in today’s edition of Daily Dawg Tags.

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"Gordon said he also feels really good about his team. He called the Browns’ receivers the best in the NFL and the team’s quarterbacks the best he has seen in Cleveland."

The Browns wide receivers are much improved from year’s past, but Gordon claiming that they are the best receivers in the NFL is a stretch considering most them have not played a game together yet. They are definitely a very good group of receivers, but it is way too early to say that they are the best.

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"“Jabrill, I think, is going to have a sensational season. I really do. He’s working hard. He has been very vocal back there. But Derrick Kindred is not going to just give it away, so it is going to be fun to see.”"

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