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With training camp starting last week, things are finally picking up for the Cleveland Browns. It may not officially be preseason, but at least the offseason is over.
That long, boring stretch is behind us and we can now focus on the news from the field. So far, it has mostly been good. There were a few injury scares, but it seems as though much of that was minor and the team is moving forward and inching closer to the first week of the preseason.
With the news picking up, make sure you stick with us here for your Daily Dawg Tags where we make sure to bring you all the news you need to know.
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"“Defensive Coordinator Gregg Williams can point to one tangible area of success — his team had the No. 7 ranked defense against the run. That’s a major upgrade over previous Browns teams, who often were run over by opponents on Sunday.But the major problem was the Browns allowing too many points.”More from Browns NewsHow the Browns could maximize Nick Chubb in 2023Can Deshaun Watson get to Patrick Mahomes level for Cleveland Browns?3 Cleveland Browns who should see an expanded role in 2023 and 1 who should notIs Marcus Davenport on the Browns radar in 2023?5 Free agents from Super Bowl LVII Cleveland Browns should target"
Pluto rightfully addressing the only defensive statistic that matters — the points surrendered. If the Browns continue to struggle to put points on the board, they will continue to lose games. No matter how improved their offense is. That has to be the focal point for turning things around going forward.
Dan Justik discusses oddsmakers saying Cleveland could be a potential landing spot for running back Le’Veon Bell in 2019. We all know he’s going to leave the Steelers, and it would make sense for him to join his former offensive coordinator Todd Haley. Plus, Cleveland can pay him and with Bell, that seems to be what it’s about.
Let’s just get this out of the way — it’s not Jackson’s first season. Haslam giving a pass to Jackson on the 1-31 record is frankly insulting.
"“There are no gold chains around his neck or fancy new style of helmet for the first-year rusher out of the University of Georgia, which led to his picking up the nickname, “Old School,” from his teammates, namely veteran rusher Duke Johnson Jr.”"
Chubb has been called old school because of his non-flashy style. He’s totally fine with that and fans should be too. He’s here to do one thing, punish people who try and tackle him.