The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including a look at Deshaun Watson and his connection to Jarvis Landry
It wasn’t that long ago that the Cleveland Browns released Jarvis Landry in a cost-cutting move. But since they brought in Deshaun Watson, the idea that Landry could be more open to returning on a salary the team can live with has been floated around as a possibility.
While there has been nothing concrete stating Juice is ready to come back, there might be more speculation following a report that Landry was being actively recruited by Cleveland quarterback Deshaun Watson when the recently acquired signal-caller thought he was heading to Atlanta.
Now in Cleveland, the question has to be asked — is Watson asking Landry to come and join him with the Browns?
This story and more can be found in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns News
"“Before the trade that sent the controversial quarterback to Cleveland, Watson was reportedly very close to a move that would send him to Atlanta instead. So close, according to ESPN, that he corresponded with Bucs running back Leonard Fournette and former Browns receiver Jarvis Landry over FaceTime about joining forces in the AFC South.”"
It appeared to everyone who was paying attention that Deshaun Watson was heading to the Atlanta Falcons, and the Georgia native was even recruiting players to come join him. Chances are, he didn’t decide to stop this when he headed to Cleveland which makes it a fair question to ask if he’s trying to bring Juice right back to The Land.
"“After a careful and thorough review of the facts and evidence documented in the reports prepared by the Brazoria County Sheriff’s Office and the Houston Police Department, as well as hearing testimony from witnesses, the Grand Jury for Brazoria County has declined to charge Deshaun Watson with any crimes. Accordingly, this matter is closed,” said Brazoria County District Attorney Tom Selleck in a statement."
There was a brief moment where social media was lighting up with discussion about a new allegation against Deshaun Watson coming up. However, his attorney quickly said this was not a new case and in the end, the Brazoria County grand jury decided not to press any charges.
Watson continues to steer clear of any criminal indictments but there’s still a likely chance the NFL decides to come down on him with a suspension.
We all understand there were risks involved when the Browns brought in Deshaun Watson who is facing some serious allegations in a civil suit. Jacob Roach looks at that side of things and explains how this could blow up in the face of the Cleveland decisions makers.
So apparently Odell Beckham, Jr. is open to the idea of returning to Cleveland. Joel Cade not only thinks this shouldn’t happen but he’s also prepared to give you three reasons to avoid such a move.