Cleveland Browns News: Is the hype causing Browns fatigue?
The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including Baker Mayfield saying the hype is causing some hate
One of the most discussed teams in all of the NFL this offseason has been the Cleveland Browns. It makes plenty of sense because they’re one of the most interesting teams and they have the potential to be really good in 2019.
A solid 2018 draft, as well as the addition of a few Pro Bowl players, is the underlying reason for all the hype, which second-year quarterback Baker Mayfield says has led to some people rooting against the Browns.
In a recent interview, Mayfield says that the hype in Cleveland is real and that makes some outsiders want to see this team fall. Perhaps there’s some fatigue out there as the Browns have become so polarizing, but that won’t change how Baker approaches the game.
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Cleveland Browns News
Baker Mayfield Isn’t Changing: ‘People Want to See Us Lose Because the Hype Is so Real’ — Zach Frydenlund, Complex.com
"“It went from having excitement over Bud Light coolers being opened to now people waiting to see us lose so they can say, ‘Oh, they got too hyped up’. That’s why you’ve got to have an even-keel mindset when it comes to that stuff.”"
This article is a great look into Baker Mayfield, who is quickly becoming the king in Cleveland. He talks about the city embracing him and how much he loves being a part of this turnaround.
Antonio Callaway has done all the right things including treatment since testing positive for marijuana last season, source says — Mary Kay Cabot, Cleveland.com
"“What I can tell you is that Antonio Callaway has done everything we’ve asked of him as a football player, as a father, as a son and as a young man,’’ his agent Malki Kawa of First Round Management, told cleveland.com. “I know he’s done everything the Browns have asked of him and I’m excited to see what this season holds for him once he gets back from this suspension.”"
Yes, it would be nice to see Antonio Callaway get things on track, but if being suspended for an entire season in 2017, seeing his draft stock tank, and being embarrassed on ‘Hard Knocks’ when he was given that possession citation didn’t wake him up, then can we really expect a four-game suspension to?
Browns defensive front will be tested during Colts joint practices
It wasn’t long ago that the Indianapolis Colts had a bad offensive line, but that’s not the case anymore. Dan Justik looks at the starting group and says they could be a strong test for the Browns during joint practices.
Browns fullback Joe Kerridge is making his presence felt
Casey Kinnamon looks at the new Brown fullback, Joe Kerridge, who he says is a throwback kind of player who has just enough crazy in him to get his teammates fired up.