More of the latest Browns news and notes from around the web in today’s dose of the Sunday Dawg Chow.
- Jadeveon Clowney looks to take off with Browns in Texans reunion: ‘It’ll be personal’ (Beacon Journal) – In Jadeveon Clowney’s world, sushi is a metaphor for Cleveland. Clowney didn’t want anything to do with sushi until his high school football coach Bobby Carroll got him hooked on it during the dinners they enjoyed years ago at Red Bowl Asian Bistro in Rock Hill, South Carolina, where the Browns defensive end grew up.
- Browns safety Ronnie Harrison fined $12,128 for shoving Chiefs assistant Greg Lewis (cleveland.com) – Browns safety Ronnie Harrison was fined $12,128 by the league for his unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on Sunday stemming from an incident along the Chiefs sideline in the first quarter of the Browns’ 33-29 loss at Arrowhead Stadium, a league source confirmed for cleveland.com.
- 12 questions for Jarvis Landry, who loves doing a little bit of everything for the Browns offense (clevelandbrowns.com) – Alex Van Pelt acknowledged Thursday what Browns fans have seen since Jarvis Landry joined the team in 2018. When the Browns are in a pinch, Landry is the guy that helps jumpstart something good.
- Browns Vs. Texans: One matchup that could decide the game (Browns Wire) – When the Cleveland Browns face off against the Houston Texans in Week 2 of the 2021 NFL season, there is a chance for both teams to go against offseason expectations. The Texans were expected to be a disastrous failure while the Browns were expected to compete for the top spot in the AFC.
- Supersized steaks, $1,500 tabs and lots of laughs: NFL linemen dinners are back and bigger than ever (ESPN) – One by one, the tubs of oysters began arriving. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers had invited the entire Green Bay Packers offensive line to the Kentucky Derby, which had included a dinner out in Louisville. As each oyster bucket slammed onto the table, young Green Bay center J.C. Tretter grew even more mortified about his misconstrued appetizer order.
- Ravens QB Lamar Jackson ‘not dwelling’ on 0-3 record vs. Chiefs ahead of Sunday night (NFL.com) – Sunday night’s primetime showdown features two high-profile teams led by former MVPs Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson. The Kansas City Chiefs (1-0) and the Baltimore Ravens (0-1) have been perennial playoff contenders since the inception of their respective quarterbacks, yet their regular-season meetings haven’t constituted a well-defined rivalry.
- Is regression coming for Josh Allen and the Bills? (The Ringer) – A bleak offensive showing against the Steelers has sparked worries that Allen is reverting to his early-career self. But it’s a bit more complicated than that.
- Patriots reportedly sign Brian Hoyer to one-year deal (boston.com) – The Patriots are stabilizing their backup quarterback situation. Brian Hoyer and the Patriots agreed to a one-year deal, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Saturday. The move will elevate Hoyer from the practice squad to the active 53-man roster.