Cleveland Browns News: Super Bowl LIII should create more Browns belief
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The Cleveland Browns were not a participant in Super Bowl LIII, or even in the playoffs to attempt to reach the pinnacle of the NFL.
But even without their presence in the game, the match-up between the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots should have created more belief about the Browns potential for next season.
The 2019 version of the “Big Game” was considered one of the worst games in the history of the Super Bowl. Neither offense could accomplish much and it seemed like special teams were going to be the biggest story of the game.
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With how that game played out, the writer of our featured article believes that the Cleveland Browns should feel good about their chances in 2019.
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Lousy Super Bowl should make Cleveland Browns believe even more – Doug Lesmerises, Cleveland.com
"The Browns? They should have watched New England’s 13-3 Super Bowl win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday night and thought, “Sure, we can compete with that.”"
After finishing the 2018 regular season with a 5-3 record in their last eight games, there are a lot of people that believe 2019 will be the year the Browns finally break their playoff drought. It is still too early to say exactly, but the Browns should have a good enough roster next season to compete with some of the best teams in the league.
Five players from Super Bowl LIII Browns should target in free agency
The Cleveland Browns have enough cap space this off-season that they have the ability to be extremely active in free agency. Randy Gurzi looks at five players from Super Bowl LIII who the Browns should target in free agency.
Browns waive Tanner Vallejo – Josh Alper, Pro Football Talk
"The Browns announced that they have waived linebacker Tanner Vallejo off of their 90-man offseason roster."
The Browns decision to waive Tanner Vallejo was mildly surprising. Although he was not a starter for Cleveland, he played valuable snaps on special teams and as a reserve linebacker. Perhaps new defensive coordinator Steve Wilks did not picture Vallejo fitting in his defense.
Will a Rashard Higgins deal happen sooner rather than later?
One of the most important free agents the Browns have to negotiate a deal with this off-season is wide receiver Rashard Higgins. But with the way things are trending, will the Browns and Higgins agree on a deal sooner rather than later?