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When the Cleveland Browns signed Jadeveon Clowney this offseason, it was clear that they wanted to get better on the defensive line. And after a few practices in training camp, it appears as if that’s exactly what has happened.
Clowney — the No. 1 overall pick in 2014 — joints Myles Garrett — the No. 1 overall pick from 2017 — to give them a formidable duo. And in their latest practice, the two were apparently dominating the line of scrimmage.
That story and more can be found in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.
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"“Then coach Kevin Stefanski pumped some crowd noise in. That fired Myles Garrett and Jadeveon Clowney up.Both dominated upfront on Monday, forcing Mayfield to throw more quickly.”"
The Browns had two talented pass-rushers over the past couple of seasons with Garrett and Olivier Vernon but Clowney is a guy they have had their eyes on since last season. There are concerns with his durability but if he can stay healthy, he will be a huge plus for their D-line.
"“I am relieved it is behind us now,” Chubb told reporters Monday. “Just coming out here ready to practice. I know all of that has been handled. It is taken care of. I am very happy where I am. I get to come out here and focus on getting better every day.”"
Chubb has always been a team-first guy which made it unsurprising that he took a deal that seems fair to both sides. He said countless times he wanted to stay with the Browns and in the end, he proved that with this extension.
"“You’re out here for three hours every single day,” head coach Kevin Stefanski said. “We are still smart about the rhythm of our camp.”"
The pads come on Tuesday but the Browns have been thrilled with what they have seen so far. Here’s to hoping the good practices carry over to the regular season.
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