The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including them re-signing Greg Robinson on a one-year deal
After struggling to keep the quarterback standing upright for the first half of the season, the Cleveland Browns ended up becoming one of the better teams at keeping Baker Mayfield clean in the second half. There were several reasons for this including interim offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens switching up the blocking scheme as well as him calling plays that got the ball out quicker.
Another reason was the play of Greg Robinson, who took over at left tackle for the final eight games. The former No. 2 overall pick of the St. Louis Rams revived his career by playing above expectations during that stretch. And now, he will get another chance to prove he can be the man for the Browns as he signed a one-year deal on Monday to stay with the team in 2019.
His return means there won’t be as much desperation to find a blindside protector in the upcoming draft. At one point, this felt like the No. 1 need on the team, but Robinson gives them a player they know they can at least run their offense with.
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His re-signing and more can be found in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns News
"“According to his agents, Neil Schwartz and Jonathan Feinsod, the 26-year-old Robinson has agreed to a one-year contract to remain with the Browns. The No. 2 pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, Robinson arrived in Cleveland last summer after three seasons with the St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams and a one-year stint with the Detroit Lions.”"
Cleveland still has Desmond Harrison on the roster and the undrafted free agent from West Georgia could be the long-term answer. However, he proved in 2018 that he wasn’t ready yet so this move could give him at least one more season to groom for the role.
The jersey from Baker Mayfield’s first career start and Nick Chubb’s 92-yard touchdown rush both found their way to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Martin McConnell discusses this and says he hopes this isn’t the last time these two have an induction in Canton.
Mitch Zoloty has his eye on the AAF and sees a linebacker that the Browns should kick the tires on. His choice is former NFL linebacker Terrance Garvin, who is making his share of highlight-reel plays for the new league.
"The Eagles have hired Andrew Berry from the Browns as their new vice president of football operations.Berry, 31, had been the Browns’ vice president of player personnel from 2016-18."
A Harvard grad, Berry is a well-respected front office man who has a bright future in the NFL. Congrats to him and best of luck in Philly.