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    Browns sign Kareem Hunt

    All l will say is that John Dorsey is one silver tongued devil. My first reaction was ”Scandalous!!” But then l read his statement and somehow, someway everything makes sense.
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    Imagine Saquon at 1 and Mayfield at 4

    This is a silly post. Imagine your dick was 4 inches longer!
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    PFF Season Summary

    Not so fast on Schobert. Step up in coverage, sure, but he contributed to that missed tackle stat as well. I think he’ll shore it up though. I think his deficiency in coverage was a knock on him 2 seasons ago, and apparently he shored that up. He’ll recognize any deficencies last season and shore those up too. Yo Joe!!
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    Dutch's '18 Browns Questions

    Very well done and very fun read Dutch. Remind me to play along next year. Guessing games like this always feels like trying to piss into a soup can off a 2 story building, which really sounds fun unless you feel like you’re actually expected to land a few drops in the can. A can full of piss is not necessarilly better than a pissless can, and that is liberating.
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    Worst Halftime EVER

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/every-super-bowl-halftime-show-performer-from-maroon-5-to-marching-bands-and-everything-in-between/amp/ I had to skim the link to refresh my memory. I think l was the only guy l knew who was excited to see Coldplay do it, but they were forced to make their show a theme thing to past halftime performers of the past and it really brought it down. When Bruno Mars headlined was the last really good one l remember. Prince was really good too.
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    Baker Mayfield Thread

    https://www.clevelandbrowns.com/news/baker-mayfield-reveals-the-moment-everything-clicked-for-browns-and-more-on-supe “I think it’s 50-50,” Mayfield said. “Saquon is a good buddy of mine. We have a good back and forth on it right now. It’s just a blessing to be there and in consideration for it. To think about where I was a year ago and to fast forward to now, it’s been a dream I’ve been living through. I’m happy to be here, obviously I want the award but Saquon’s a good friend of mine. He’s a great player as well.” Strange as it sounds, it was refreshing to read “obviously l want the award but...” I’m so tired of hearing candy ass shit like “l’m just happy to be considered and it’s an honor...”
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    Inside the Browns front office, ESPN

    I don’t know about a positive message, but for a story detailing the many follies Haslam has committed l thought it did a fair job painting a balanced picture and humanizing him. Some positives l gleamed is he has a helluva work ethic, he at least attempts to surround himself and listen to qualified people, he’s not that boss that is so high and mighty he won’t talk to the janitor, and he wants to be the best NFL owner he can be and has a butning desire to build a winner. Plenty of negatives too though. He’s a fickle bastard, doesn’t always listen to the people he hires to consult or listens to the wrong people, goes back on his word, and there’s definitely an element of disingenuousness and shadyness about him. Quite frankly it seems he lucked into his present situation. Even a blind squirrel finds a nut sometimes.
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    Inside the Browns front office, ESPN

    Great read. I get the impression hours and hours of work went into that. It’s gotta be tough to tackle an article like that because nobody wants to talk on the record about things like that. The writer pointed that out a few times. Still, l get the impression he interviewed a couple dozen people.
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    Mysteries of the 2018 Season

    http://espn.com/blog/cleveland//post/_/id/6168/unraveling-the-mysteries-of-the-browns-2018-season Pretty interesting Grossi article. I thought the bit about Mayfield getting zero first team reps to start was all Dorsey’s idea was interesting.
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    cut predictions afc

    They chose “fantasy relevant” players for the article, so they’re all guys who play offense. I guess a kicker or return guy could be “fantasy relevant” too. Not sure who a better choice is than Stanton. DeValve maybe, but the article seemed to try to identify guys who were set to make a mil or more and that’s not DeValve.
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    Baker Mayfield Thread

    I would agree with that. I always appreciate the board villains and the role they play. They spark interest and activity. I’m sure those that track numbers here see an upspike when they post. Sometimes it’s therapeutic to have a sparring partner to let off some steam, and they willingly lend themselves to that end. It’s a tough job but someone’s gotta to do it.
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    Greg Robinson

    I would like to see Orson Charles get resigned too. It shouldn’t cost a ton, and watching DeValve try to fill his role towards the end of the season was just awkward. He would try to plow into a block and then fall down. I’m on the fence about Robinson. He just seemed tentative at times. I guess l’m of the opinion that if he’s willing to take somewhere between starter and back up money, go for it, but if he wants the moon he might as well go there. Perriman l’m pretty high on. Call me crazy but l think he could be the number one we’re looking for.
  13. That is funny. Like trading jerseys with an opponent kinda thing. Did this really happen or was it a photoshop thing?
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    A Cap Primer for Board "Spendthrifts"...

    https://dawgpounddaily.com/2019/01/19/cleveland-browns-2019-salary-cap-outlook/
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    Ice Ice Baby

    Are you referring to the “freezer bowl”? Bengals/Chargers AFC championship in the early ‘80s? The coolest story l ever heard about that game was where a bunch of happy and likely very liquored up fans tried to swing a bridge after the game. Cincy has a suspension bridge that connects downtown to northern Kentucky. It’s basically a large bridge suspended by big steel cables, and was essentially the test run for the much larger Brooklyn bridge in NY, and for years and years and years it is a very common thing for fans to park in northern KY (cuz it’s cheap or free to park there) and walk across the river to attend Reds or Bengals games. Anywho, l don’t know how it started or why (likely drunks stumbling in lockstep), but someone got the bright idea that if enough people throw their weight back and forth along the walkways on either side of the bridge, it could be swung. So they gave it a shot. From the way the story was relayed to me, they had some degree of success. Cops were called. People were arrested. I’ve never been able to find a news article on it or anything, and frankly l may be mixing this story up with the other AFC championship played in Cincy in the late 80s.
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