Daily Dawg Tags: Cleveland Browns owner Dee Haslam makes statement
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The NFL world, and especially the Cleveland Browns, have been wrapped up in all of the news surrounding Myles Garrett following his actions in the brawl against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Browns owner Dee Haslam made her own statement before Sunday’s game against the Dolphins.
On the field prior to the game, Haslam was seen wearing a Browns hat with Garrett’s number on the front. It is consistent with the Haslam’s saying they are fully supporting Garrett despite his indefinite suspension.
It goes to show the amount of support Garrett has from the Browns organization, especially directly from the top. Even after Garrett’s suspension was upheld, the Browns have said they will do what they can for Garrett within the rules of his suspension.
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Today’s featured article talks about Haslam’s pregame showing of support, as well as how some Browns fans tailgated prior to Sunday’s game.
Cleveland Browns News
Browns owner wears Myles Garrett’s number, fans whack Mason Rudolph piñata with helmet – Kalhan Rosenblatt
"Haslam wore a hat emblazoned with an orange “95,” the jersey number of Myles Garrett, the Browns defensive end who was suspended indefinitely after he ripped the helmet off Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and hit him in the head with it during a game on Nov. 14."
Despite all of the talk around the nation about Garrett’s character, it is good to see Garrett have the amount of support he is getting from ownership. As Garrett attempts to rebuild his reputation, having the Haslam’s have his back will definitely be the support system that will benefit Garrett.
Sheldon Richardson wants Mason Rudolph to play against the Browns
Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph was benched during Pittsburgh’s Week 12 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Browns defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson is hoping the Steelers change their minds and put Rudolph on the field for their Week 13 matchup.
Sources: NFL hopeful that Myles Garrett won’t miss games next season – Adam Schefter, ESPN
"The NFL will be open-minded and listen to Garrett during the offseason meeting, and if his behavior is what the league hopes it will be and his answers are accurate, there’s a strong chance he will not miss any playing time in 2020, according to sources."
Even though Garrett’s actions against the Steelers and Rudolph were ugly, suspending him past this season will be an extreme case of over-discipline. Garrett will have missed at least six games if the Browns do not make the playoffs, which should be enough for the first time a player is suspended by the NFL.
Jarvis Landry exacts his revenge against former team
Jarvis Landry‘s exit from the Miami Dolphins was not as smooth as either side would have wanted. Despite Landry’s biggest issues with the organization mostly involving former Miami head coach Adam Gase, his performance Sunday showed he wanted to show off in front of his former team.