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This offseason has been longer than any other. Literally.
The Cleveland Browns are still nearly two months away from kicking off the season and there’s a good chance there will be no preseason to whet our appetites. Because of that, we have had more time than usual to dissect everything about the upcoming season, including how every player will fit in Kevin Stefanski’s new offense.
One position where we might see a huge change is at wide receiver. Stefanski is less pass-happy that his predecessor which could mean fewer targets for guys such as Odell Beckham, Jr. and Jarvis Landry.
For a guy like Beckham who clearly wants the ball a lot, how can he accept this offense? That’s the very question posed in our lead article on today’s Daily Dawg Tags.
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"“Will he be productive in the offense of new head coach Kevin Stefanski? That’s not something that can be measured simply in the number of receptions and yards.”"
Pluto says that Beckham is wanting the ball more but that might not be the case with the offense Kevin Stefanski runs. His targets might not be what he’s used to but his effectiveness can be better than ever. Time will tell if that’s enough for OBJ.
"“A newborn can wear a Myles Garrett jersey to first grade. You there, clinging to the back edge of your early 30s — Browns tickets for your 40th birthday will include the chance to watch Garrett live. Anyone looking for future hope in the midst of this pandemic present? The Browns’ best player attached himself to Cleveland through the 2026 season.”"
The Browns locked Myles Garrett up for another seven years thanks to their extension which added five years to the remaining two years on his rookie deal. That gives him a chance to be the next huge star to spend his whole career in Cleveland, much like Ozzie Newsome and Joe Thomas did. Not bad company to keep.
"“A video posted on Garrett’s Twitter account shows him writing “Cleveland keep betting on me, world keep betting against us” once the extension had been finalized.”"
Cleveland has stuck by Myles Garrett no matter what and he vows to make them happy throughout the remainder of his seven-year deal.
"“The Cleveland Browns have signed S Grant Delpit. The Browns have now signed all seven of their 2020 draft picks.”"
With all their rookies locked up now, the Browns can focus on the start of the season, which can’t get here soon enough.
Dan Justik says the Browns know what Nick Chubb is going to cost now that the Tennessee Titans have come to terms with running back Derrick Henry.