More of the latest Browns news and notes from around the web in today’s dose of the Daily Dawg Chow.
- “Why holding Odell Beckham Jr. out vs. the Texans and announcing it now are the right moves” (cleveland.com) – “But the writing was on the wall by Friday afternoon that something could be amiss when Beckham didn’t speak to the media.”
- “Browns Start Week with Four Offensive Lineman Injured, Including Three Starters” (OBR) – “In addition to Wills, right tackle Jack Conklin did not practice with a knee injury and center J.C. Tretter did not practice with a knee injury.”
- “Baker Mayfield’s locker room speech resonates with Nick Chubb — let loss sting but quickly move on” (BrownsZone) – “Receiver Jarvis Landry made a point in his postgame interview to mention the importance of Mayfield’s speech.”
- “How Browns QB Baker Mayfield remade his body after a disastrous 2019” (ESPN) – “Mayfield knew he needed a change. More specifically, a physical transformation, which would require an overhaul of his offseason regimen and daily eating habits.”
- “Browns ‘counting on’ Malik McDowell to build on promising 1st NFL start” (Browns.com) – “McDowell’s NFL career once seemed over before it could even start. Now, he’s a key piece of the Browns defense after a quality debut in Kansas City…”
- “Joe Woods Continues to Impress, Despite Loss to Chiefs” (Browns Digest) – “The Browns lost their season opener against the Kansas City Chiefs in the final minutes, but the defense played a solid game against one of the best offenses in the NFL.”