The Daily Dawg Tags brings you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including ‘Building the Browns’ winning an Emmy
The Cleveland Browns have put together a great video series that gives us an inside look at the team we love. ‘Building the Browns‘ has brought us many wonderful moments and this weekend, it took home some hardware for its work.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Science — Lower Great Lakes Chapter announced their Emmy award-winning shows. ‘Building the Browns’ ended up landing one for the best Sports-Program Series.
It was announced by the NATAS LGL Twitter account and re-tweeted by the Browns official Twitter page.
That and other stories take center stage in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns News
"“Despite steady rain and gray skies, thousands turned out at Classic Park in Eastlake on Saturday for Landry’s first celebrity softball game since he was traded to Cleveland in March 2018. Those same fans could be seen tailgating in the surrounding lots before the game, even as the skies never offered even a hint of incoming sunshine.”"
The poor weather could have dampened things, but the fans didn’t let it. Instead, they covered themselves with plastic ponchos and cheered their favorite players on. They even took part in a dinosaur trivia hosted by none other than Myles Garrett.
"“The Browns continue to add to an already talented core, but the addition of Todd Monken as offensive coordinator shouldn’t be overlooked. Monken’s Tampa Bay offenses led the NFL in air yards the past two seasons, suggesting the Browns could have plenty of passing volume to go around for new addition Odell Beckham and Co.”"
Stock seems high in fantasy football for the Browns offensive players, but as Towers says, the passing attack could be limited some by a stellar running back cast. Nick Chubb was a monster in the second half of the season and they also added Kareem Hunt who will join them later this year — after serving an eight-game suspension.
Travis Kelce, a former teammate of Kareem Hunt’s, says that the Browns got a player who can change the game with a carry or two. He also seems to believe that Hunt will turn things around and still has his best football ahead of him.
Elliot Kennel and Chris Markoch collaborated on the most disappointing seasons in Cleveland’s history. They reminded us that there was a time when this franchise had great aspirations, but also talked about the times they missed out on those.