Can the link between Baker Mayfield-Odell Beckham Jr. come together finally? [ESPN]- The Cleveland Browns’ wide-based receiver, Odell Beckham Jr., raced a sprint alone during a common practice versus his old club this month, waiting for a break in the event. Baker Mayfield joined his side soon enough. Shortly enough, And when the scrimming restarted on the other end, the two quickly negotiated routes by themselves the urgency they faced as a couple apparently heightened.
Why leave a position as vice president with the New York Mets and 20 years of basketball to join the Cleveland Browns? How did Paul DePodesta return to Cleveland, this time with the Browns? I always wanted to ask Paul DePodesta, Chief Strategy Officer of the Browns since 2016, about it. DePodesta started telling the tale when I did.
Twelve questions for laser-focused Baker Mayfield in the fourth season (clevelandbrowns.com)– It’s waited enough for Baker Mayfield. The fourth quarterback of the Browns is here, and at the last place he played, he couldn’t wait to get things started.
Browns raise Chris Naggar (Beacon Journal), uncertain about kicker-
The Cleveland Browns aren’t sure Chase McLaughlin will kick off in the opening season on Sunday in Kansas City because of the right hamstring issue and so they raised Chris Naggar from the training group to the active roster on Saturday.
Heads up: enabling security List of Browns (The Kansas City Star) Tyrann Mathieu from COVID- For the Sunday match against the Cleveland Browns, the leaders may formally layout Plan A. Safety On the Reserve/COVID-19 list,
Tyrann Mathieu gets activated, so he may be playing at Arrowhead Stadium for the season openers.
Mick Tingelhoff died at age 81 (twincities.com) at the Viking Hall of Fame Center. The Vikings said Mick Tingelhoff, who in his illustrious 17-year career never missed a game, died on Saturday. The Vikings are not missing. He was eighty-one. Tingelhoff elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in August 2015 and played for the Vikings of 1961-1978.
Jordan Mailata signed with the Philadelphia Inquirer, with $40.85 million guaranteed to cover a four-year contract. Jordan Mailata inked an agreement extension to 2025 with a guarantee of $40.85 million less than two weeks after designated as the starting left tackle by the Eagles.
The experiment Urban Meyer NFL already has its faults –
How does the new head man of Jaguars fit in with the history of college trains heading towards the advantages? The response is difficult — and raises significant concerns as to how Jacksonville will really translate.
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