The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know including a look at Baker Mayfield being ahead of schedule with his shoulder rehab
One of the hottest topics for the Cleveland Browns over the past several seasons has been the play of quarterback Baker Mayfield. And after an injury-plagued 2021 campaign, that topic has gone from heated to a downright inferno.
There are those who believe it’s time to move on, saying they have seen enough. Others are clinging to the good times and hoping he can be the same player we saw in 2020 after he recovers from surgery to repair a partially torn shoulder labrum.
For those wanting to see him healthy again, that could be happening sooner than expected. According to reports, Mayfield is ahead of schedule in his rehab — which might calm some of the people down who have been bothered by seeing him make appearances without a sling on his arm.
The story on his recovery and more can be found in today’s Daily Dawg Tags
Baker Mayfield rehab and other Cleveland Browns news
"“Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield underwent surgery this offseason to repair a torn labrum, and he’s reportedly progressing better than expected.”"
Originally given a timetable was originally around six months, Mayfield’s progress has been encouraging. While it wasn’t said how far along he is, there’s an expectation that he will begin throwing earlier than expected.
"“After being waived, Billings signed with the Miami Dolphins practice squad and then the Kansas City Chiefs practice squad during the playoffs. As a free agent, he has now signed for the 2022 season with the Las Vegas Raiders, according to his agents:”"
Andrew Billings notched just one tackle in six games before being released by the Browns in 2021. Now, he joins the Las Vegas Raiders — after spending time on the Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs practice squads.
Jacob Roach offers up his latest mock draft, as he takes one last pre-combine look at the prospects he believes the Browns should draft.
We all know about the needs at wide receiver, but Greg Newland points out three other areas of need for the Browns that might be flying somewhat under the radar.