The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including Jarvis Landry being used as an example by the league for taunting penalties
Ahead of the 2021 NFL Season, the league is trying to eliminate taunting. In an effort to make that happen, they sent out a video to all 32 clubs showing plays that will be flagged and that video featured Cleveland Browns wideout Jarvis Landry taunting Eric Murray of the Houston Texans.
Landry was flagged on the play where he spiked the ball and glared at his former teammate and the league is reminding teams that this play — and others like it — will continue to draw penalties from the refs.
That story and more can be found in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.
"“In a video the league released to all 32 teams, the NFL specifically used Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry as one of the two examples of a play where a taunting infraction will be penalized. Landry spiked the ball after getting up following a play and also glared at Texans CB (and former Browns teammate) Eric Murray.”"
Also in this article from Jeff Risdon was a note from Nick Pedone — a friend of DPD — who said that only two teams were flagged more than once for taunting ‚— the Carolina Panthers and the Browns. For Cleveland, Landry drew each of those penalties. Hopefully, this video will be a reminder to him not to give 15 yards to the opposing team for free.
"“Andrew Berry is always looking for ways to improve the top of the Browns roster by securing long-term deals, but also by churning the bottom of their current roster to improve position groups and depth into the practice squad.”"
In this article, it’s stated that the Browns tried to claim David Moore to add depth at guard and worked out several others including quarterback Jordan Ta’amu.
With training camp quickly turning into the preseason, the Browns are starting to see some players separate themselves from one another. Here, Greg Newland looks at three members of the team who could be losing leverage on their job.
Anthony Walker was back on the field for the Browns but unfortunately, they saw both Myles Garrett and Denzel Ward miss practice. Thankfully, neither injury sounds serious so the team is likely unconcerned.