The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including two executives being asked to interview in Chicago for a GM position
At 8-9, the Cleveland Browns were frustrated with their finish. However, other teams around the league have taken notice of the work their front office has done.
That’s why the Chicago Bears — who just fired Ryan Pace as the general manager and Matt Nagy as head coach — are asking if they can speak to a couple of front office executives in Berea for their open GM spot.
Kwesi Adofo-Mensah, who is the vice president of football operations, and Glenn Cook who is vice president of player personnel, were both asked to interview with the Bears.
That story and more can be found in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns News
“The Cleveland Browns may not have made the playoffs but the work done by the front office has not been overlooked the last couple of years. The Chicago Bears have reportedly requested to interview two different members of the Browns front office for their vacant general manager position.
Kwesi Adofo-Mensah and Glenn Cook are on the Bears list for hopeful interviews.”
According to Mueller, Adofo-Mensah, a Princeton graduate, interviewed with the Panthers last year and has been a hot name in NFL circles for this coming offseason. Fans should be proud of the fact that their team is finally building a front office that other teams want to poach from.
“The Cleveland Browns have signed the following players to reserve/futures contracts. Each player finished the 2021 season on the Browns’ practice squad.”
The biggest names on this list were Johnny Stanton, Alex Taylor, and Curts Weaver. The fact that all stayed on the practice squad all season isn’t super encouraging but all came into the league with high expectations. We’ll see if they can end up making their way to the active roster in 2022.
With the season behind us, Greg Newland looks at six things that Andrew Berry must accomplish this offseason to get the Browns back in the playoffs.
Jadeveon Clowney had nothing but good things to say about this season with the Browns and John Suchan says it sounds like he would be willing to come back in 2022.