The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including wide receiver Jarvis Landry making his 4th straight Pro Bowl
Even though it’s technically the offseason for the Cleveland Browns, they have been making plenty of headlines. Most of the news has revolved around their coaching changes — which included yet another move on Wednesday night.
The Browns made a move to add Tosh Lupoi, the former Alabama defensive coordinator to their staff. He will coach the defensive line for Cleveland as they continue to overhaul their coaching staff.
Another bit of news revolved around Jarvis Landry, who was named to his fourth-straight Pro Bowl. This honor came as he was an alternate and will take the place of DeAndre Hopkins of the Houston Texans, who will miss the game due to injury.
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Cleveland Browns News
"“Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry has been added to the 2019 AFC Pro Bowl roster. He replaces Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, who is unable to participate due to injury. Landry joins guard Joel Bitonio, defensive end Myles Garrett and rookie cornerback Denzel Ward as the Browns’ Pro Bowl representatives.” — ClevelandBrowns.com"
Landry had a down year by his standards, especially coming off a year in which he led the NFL in receptions. Still, he did enough to earn the accolade of being named to the AFC Pro Bowl roster.
After spending just one season as the defensive coordinator at Alabama, Tosh Lupoi makes a move to the NFL where he will coach the Cleveland Browns defensive line.
DPD’s Mitch Zoloty looks at the signing of Darren Fells, an underrated tight end who was better than the Browns likely expected him to be in 2018. Moving forward, he gives them a great depth piece as a backup tight end.
"As “The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima” on 92.3 The Fan entered its final hour, the co-hosts received an unexpected call. Only the man on line 1 wasn’t a fan with a take, but rather a newly named head coach looking for his left guard."
The legend of Freddie Kitchens continues to grow. He unexpectedly got on the show and made a few jokes about his work hours and then discussed the Browns chances of making the Super Bowl. How can you not love this guy?