The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including Bernie Kosar talking about redemption for a reformed mobster
Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar recently made news when he offered to allow a former mobster to live in his home if an early release was granted. Kevin McTaggart was imprisoned in 1983 for his role in several mob killings and drug dealings.
He was a lieutenant for the Irishman, Danny Greene and was just 26 when he was sentenced. Now in his mid-60s, McTaggart is hoping to be released and Kosar is someone who has been in his corner trying to preach forgiveness.
Now, Kosar has opened up to 3 News about why he believes a second chance should come for McTaggart.
That story and more can be found in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.
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“We’re not condoning anything that happened in his past and absolutely wish it did not happen,” Kosar says. “But I genuinely believe he feels remorseful.”
“Remember Grant Delpit? He’s going to make sure you don’t forget him again. Well, here’s hoping to him trying to do just that.”
Delpit was one of many players mentioned by Porto as a potential breakout star and he even included a couple of wide receivers — Donovan Peoples-Jones and Anthony Schwartz.
“First, it is always possible to improve a roster. While the offense seems set, if a big, fast receiver became available the Browns would have to take a look. They had some interest in Julio Jones before he was dealt to Tennessee.”
Mueller looks all over the Browns roster and discusses where Berry could improve the team. The fun part is, Cleveland’s roster is already immensely talented so none of the positions are really weaknesses. Instead, he’s looking where they can get better if Berry wanted to get aggressive.
Joe Woods took a lot of heat for the team’s struggles on defense in 2020, but now he has nearly a whole new set of starters to work with this season. It will be up to him now to make sure the star players can work as a cohesive unit.
Greg Newland is excited about the 2021 season but he still wants to look ahead to the 2022 NFL Draft, which he does with this seven-round mock ‚— which happens to land the Browns a couple of receivers.