The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including the story of an Odell Beckham, Jr. jersey being at WrestleMania 35
Some more news broke this weekend for the Cleveland Browns, including them landing their starting safety this season as they came to terms with Morgan Burnett. They also picked up a former AAF star as quarterback Garrett Gilbert will be in town to fight for a backup spot.
Outside of that, there was news around Odell Beckham, Jr. One story was about whether or not OBJ wanted to be in Cleveland. Talk show host Colin Cowherd tried to claim he didn’t, but another star player spoke out about that claim.
There was also a sighting of a Cleveland jersey with Beckham’s name and No. 13 displayed at WrestleMania 35.
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“The big celebrity cameos for this year’s event centered around “Saturday Night Live” cast members Colin Jost and Michael Che beefing with WWE superstar Braun Strowman.
Che and Jost both competed in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal during the WrestleMania pre-show. Jost showed up wearing a Browns Odell Beckham Jr. jersey.”
Smith goes on to explain that Jost is not a fan of the Browns, but was just trying to rile up the East Rutherford, New Jersey crowd by showing up in a jersey of a player who was one of the biggest stars in that city the past few seasons.
“In 2017, a reporter asked Theo Epstein about potentially transitioning from being a baseball president to an NFL general manager. The question was prompted by an MLB front-office executive, Paul DePodesta, who switched sports to take over as chief strategy officer for the Cleveland Browns.”
DePodesta is one of the more influential front office people the Browns have. John Dorsey is getting all the credit, but DePodesta has been doing more than his share of the heavy lifting — he’s just doing so behind the scenes.
For the past couple of seasons, the Browns have had one of the worst special teams units in the NFL. Dan Justik looks at how they are trying to change that in 2019.
FS1 talk show host Colin Cowherd simply hates the Browns. Or maybe he hates that they have some positive news coming out of Cleveland. Either way, he has continued to rip on them at every turn and now says OBJ was unhappy about being traded to Cleveland and wanted to go to L.A. — which is where he thinks everyone wants to go…in every sport.
Mitch Zoloty likes the signing of Garrett Gilbert but doesn’t think Cleveland should be done there. He also has his eyes set on receiver/return man Jalin Marshall.
Colin Cowherd has continued his assault on the Browns and quarterback Baker Mayfield has had enough. After the talk show host said Odell Beckham, Jr. didn’t want to be in Cleveland, Mayfield took to Twitter to let Cowherd know what the team thought about his opinion.