The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including a look at Baker Mayfield possibly being moved after Round 1
No, the Cleveland Browns don’t have a first-round pick but they still have some intrigue heading into the 2022 NFL Draft.
Right now, Cleveland still has Baker Mayfield under contract, which was unexpected when they traded for Deshaun Watson. For whatever reason, the market for him is ice cold right now but that could change during the draft.
Despite this being considered a weak class for quarterbacks, some team is likely waiting to see if they get a rookie they like as much as Mayfield. If they don’t land that player in Round 1, they could suddenly decide to play ball with the Browns.
That story and more can be found in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns News
"“The feeling around the league is that Baker Mayfield will be traded on the second or third day of the draft. The frontrunners always mentioned are the Carolina Panthers and Seattle Seahawks, as Trey Wingo and I spoke about last Tuesday during Draft Insiders. If the Seahawks trade back into the bottom part of Round 1 for a signal-caller, as I mentioned Friday, they’ll be out of the Mayfield sweepstakes.”"
Pauline touched on many rumors in this article but the Baker Mayfield one is of the most importance. Cleveland will surely be trying to trade him and while the market has been soft — that could change if someone doesn’t land the quarterback they were hoping for.
"“It has been a few months since Odell Beckham Jr. was released by the Cleveland Browns – and now he’s selling his Northeast Ohio home in Columbia Station.”"
The house OBJ was living in while in Northeast Ohio is simply amazing — which is not unexpected. Here is a look at the 13,800 square foot home which has all the amenities.
Joel Cade knows Kevin Stefanski likes his tight ends, and he says the Cleveland offense runs better with them. That’s why he predicts the Browns will draft a tight end with their first pick — which comes at No. 44 in Round 2 — this coming weekend.
John Suchan takes us down memory lane to see how the Browns have historically used their first picks in the draft.