More of the latest Browns news and notes from around the web in today’s dose of the Daily Dawg Chow.
- “Browns Jedrick Wills ‘Day-to-Day’ with Ankle Injury” (OBR) – “Kevin Stefanski said that left tackle Jedrick Wills suffered an ankle injury in the game, but termed him ‘day-to-day’. NFL Network reported that X-rays were negative.”
- “Kevin Stefanski: Odell Beckham didn’t feel he could play a significant amount” (PFT) – “Beckham spent the summer working his way back from last season’s torn ACL, but looked to be on track for a Week One appearance in recent weeks.”
- “JC Tretter still boiling day after Browns pay for Kansas City coach flying off the handle” (ABJ) – “The Browns have themselves to blame for letting Kansas City off the hook, and they know it. After a dream first half, they slipped to a 33-29 loss behind a nightmare…”
- “After 2nd straight loss to Chiefs, focus is on finishing, playing ‘clean football’ for 60 minutes” (BrownsZone) – “The 33-29 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium covered a range of emotions for players and fans.”
- “Browns defensive grades vs. the Chiefs: Who was elite, average and replaceable?” (cleveland.com) – “The Browns’ defense held the Chiefs to 10 points in the first half of their Week 1 matchup. But the Chiefs didn’t stay down for long.”
- “Snap Counts: Rookie WR Anthony Schwartz makes most of workload in debut” (Browns.com) – “Third-round rookie WR Anthony Schwartz played in 31 of the offense’s 59 total snaps in his NFL debut.”