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What should Browns GM John Dorsey tell ownership to do with Jackson?

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John Dorsey

John Dorsey

 

NOTE:  On NNR Samantha Bunten of NBC Sports and I discussed the news of the day and Analysis of week 14 on fryingpansports.com/radio-show.

On NNR, I said several weeks ago that if I had the power, I would fire everyone in the building including the cleaning staff.  Now that the “Cleveland Tans” are facing the possibility of 2 seasons with a single win and so many fans showing up dressed as empty seats, it is time to ask the hard questions.

  • How do you get the most loyal and long-suffering fans in the league to buy season tickets for a team that has lost 31 games in 2 seasons?
  • How do you bring back a head coach that has had so many brain cramps and has lost all but 1 game in two years?
  • How can Dorsey keep the scouting staff that did not have the guts to take a QB when they were still on the board at the Browns pick?
  • What makes us think that QB coach David Lee can develop a rookie QB when he has not done much to Kizer develop at all this year?
  • How can Dorsey keep a Defensive staff that has 1 DB in the next county but gives up more long plays than any other NFL team this season?
  • How can any fan accept a baseball guy as the Chief Strategy Officer?

No question that Dorsey faces a lot of very hard questions but replacing a lawyer with a real football guy is a great start.

That is what I think.  Tell us what you think by commenting here or tweeting me @NNRonDSN.

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News Notes and Rumors Mock NFL Draft

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Mock NFL Draft

1 Cleveland Browns QB PR CB S Myles Garrett DE Texas A&M
2 San Francisco 49ers OLB DE T G QB Solomon Thomas DE Stanford
3 Chicago Bears PR CB S G T TE Jonathan Allen DE Alabama
4 Jacksonville Jaguars TE RB DT T G Leonard Fournette RB LSU
5 Tennessee Titans CB WR ILB Marshon Lattimore CB Ohio State
6 New York Jets QB OLB CB de Haason Reddick OLB Temple
7 Los Angeles Chargers S WR DE G T QB Malik Hooker S Ohio State
8 Carolina Panthers T DE RB CB Derek Barnett DE Tennessee
9 Cincinnati Bengals T G OLB PR RB Taco Charlton DE Michigan
10 Buffalo Bills CB S WR T Jamal Adams S LSU
11 New Orleans Saints CB S OLB WR Gareon Conley CB Ohio State
12 Cleveland Browns   O.J. Howard TE Alabama
13 Arizona Cardinals ILB QB S CB Corey Davis WR Western Michigan
14 Philadelphia Eagles ILB CB RB DE Reuben Foster ILB Alabama
15 Indianapolis Colts T G DE DT RB Malik McDowell DT Michigan St
16 Baltimore Ravens OLB WR CB S Zach Cunningham OLB Vandy
17 Washington Redskins ILB dt S RB T Caleb Brantley DT Florida
18 Tennessee Titans CB WR ILB CB Tre’Davious White CB LSU
19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers DE DT S RB OT Charles Harris DE Missouri
20 Denver Broncos T G ILB DE Cam Robinson T Alabama
21 Detroit Lions PR OLB WR G TE David Njoku TE Miami
22 Miami Dolphins OLB G CB S Jabrill Peppers LB/S Michigan
23 New York Giants LT ILB QB Ryan Ramczyk T Wisconsin
24 Oakland Raiders MLB DT CB OLB Jarrad Davis LB Florida
25 Houston Texans QB T G OLB Mitchell Trubisky QB North Carolina
26 Seattle Seahawks T G DT CB Kevin King CB Washington
27 Kansas City Chiefs ILB RB DT DE CB Dalvin Cook RB Florida St.
28 Dallas Cowboys CB S DE TE Marlon Humphrey CB Alabama
29 Green Bay Packers PR CB S RB Quincy Wilson CB Florida
30 Pittsburgh Steelers ILB OLB WR QB T.J. Watt OLB Wisconsin
31 Atlanta Falcons G DE DT CB S Pat Elflein g Ohio State
*32 New Orleans Saints CL 33 &#5 Deshaun Watson QB Clemson

*Saints trade the 32nd pick to Cleveland for pick 33 & their 5th round pick.

 

Patrick Mahomes Aims To Shine At NFL Combine

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Patrick Mahomes

Patrick Mahomes is looking forward to NFL Combine, and is aching to play for the Browns and Hue Jackson. He is the quarterback for Texas Tech and wants to show that he is just as strong as Deshaun Watson and Mitch Trubisky to coach Hue Jackson. During Super Bowl week, Mahomes told cleveland.com said that he wants to be one of the first picks in the draft and really has his heart set on the Browns because they seem to be going in the right direction.

Mahomes is actually noted as the third or fourth best quarterback in the upcoming draft. Other top quarterbacks include DeShone Kizer and Trubisky Watson. Mahomes is looking forward to the NFL Combine in Indianapolis next week so that he can show his stuff. The Browns do have top pick, which Mahomes hope to be, and the twelfth position. Patrick Mahomes is named after his father who was a Major League pitcher. He hopes that his tenacity and work ethic will give him the edge.

Lance Zierlein commented on Mahomes’ NFL.com profile that Mahomes, who is 6 feet three inches and 215 pounds, has the ideal NFL body to work both inside and outside of the pocket. Zierlein also added that Mahomes’ accuracy has been improving since his freshman season, and he challenges defenders with confidence and increases velocity to make his passes move. Sources have told cleveland.com that two teams are considering makes trades to get Mahomes who had a strong 2016 record with 41 touchdowns, 5,052 yards, 10 interceptions and completed 66 percent of all passes.

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