The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including Jarvis Landry trying to recruit Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown
Just because the regular season is over doesn’t mean things have quieted down. In fact, things seem to just now be heating up for the Cleveland Browns. They’re starting to make the rounds in terms of their coaching search, but while the GM is busy with that, Jarvis Landry is working on the player acquisition front.
Landry is quickly becoming a voice for the team and he recently went to Twitter to reach out to two players who he thinks should join up with him. Disgruntled Steelers receiver Antonio Brown and running back Le’Veon Bell were tagged in a tweet from Landry where he said the three needed to get together.
Bell sat out all of 2018 wanting a new contract and Brown recently became frustrated with his team and was reportedly sat out of Week 17 for disciplinary reasons. Both are expected to be looking for new homes in 2019, and Landry thinks they should check out The Land.
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"According to ESPN, Brown is unhappy in Pittsburgh and requested a trade after a heated exchange with Ben Roethlisberger.Bell didn’t play for the Steelers at all this season, holding out on their franchise tag.Landry wasted no time shooting his shot Wednesday, and sent a tweet aimed at the two players."
Landry hopes that he can convince some more talented players to join him in Cleveland and he’s not crazy for thinking it’s a great destination. Players will love teaming up with Baker Mayfield. We have no clue if the organization feels the same about Bell or AB, and with the emergence of Nich Chubb, they likely would be out on the high-priced Bell. But as for Brown? We will have to wait and see.
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