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Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (8/27/18)

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Cleveland Browns:“Gregg Williams: Denzel Ward must ‘stop doing stupid things’ to stay on field for Cleveland Browns” (WKYC) - “Ward was able to get up to his feet and walk to the sideline with the assistance of medical personnel [url=http://www.brownsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-christian-kirksey-jersey]Authentic Christian Kirksey Jersey[/url] , but missed the remainder of the game...”“Ward shows durability by practicing 2 days after back injury” (C-T) - “On Friday, Jackson said he’s been impressed with Ward’s ability and toughness but wants to see greater durability.”“Most of Browns roster is not going to change, but the bottom will be fluid through season opener” (WKRN) - “With one practice game to go, the Browns are in somewhat of a transition mode. The first and second units are virtually set, with a few exceptions...”“ReFocused, NFL Preseason Week 3: Cleveland Browns 5 , Philadelphia Eagles 0” (PFF) - “Baker Mayfield was a bit up and down throughout the game, while frequently under duress.”NFL:“Injuries: Titans remove Rishard Matthews from PUP list” (NFL.com) - “One week after signing a contract extension, veteran wide receiver Rishard Matthews is ready to return to the field. The Titans activated Matthews from the physically unable to perform list...”“Eric Decker announces retirement after signing with Pats earlier this month” (ESPN) - “Decker [url=http://www.brownsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-chris-hubbard-jersey]Youth Chris Hubbard Jersey[/url] , who had signed a one-year contract with the New England Patriots on Aug. 3, announced his retirement on Instagram Sunday afternoon.”“Eagles coach Doug Pederson says Carson Wentz is still not cleared for contact” (CBS) - “Philadelphia Eagles still do not know who will be their starting quarterback on opening night.”“Rams, Aaron Donald remain on verge of record-setting deal” (PFT) - “But the deal still isn’t done, presumably because one or both sides is hoping to squeeze out one or more last-minute concessions.” Dick Modzelewski, a star defensive tackle who appeared in eight NFL titles game with the New York Giants and Cleveland Browns during the 1950s and '60s, has died. He was 87.He died Friday at his home in Eastlake, Ohio, outside Cleveland, the Giants said in a statement Saturday. No cause was given.Modzelewski spent 14 years in the NFL [url=http://www.brownsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-terrance-mitchell-jersey]http://www.brownsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-terrance-mitchell-jersey[/url] , eight with the Giants that included six title games. He teamed with Andy Robustelli, Rosey Grier and Jim Katcavage on one of the great defensive lines.Modzelewski also appeared in two championship games with the Browns. He joined the NFL with Washington in 1953 and also played for Pittsburgh, never missing a game in his career.He coached in the NFL for 22 years, including the 1978 season as the Giants' defensive coordinator.Modzelewski was an All-American in 1951 and '52 at Maryland and won the Outland Trophy in 1952 as the nation's best lineman. It resulted in an invitation to the White House, where he had lunch with President Dwight Eisenhower. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1993.The Redskins drafted Modzelewski in the second round. He played two seasons there before his trade to the Steelers. Modzelewski was briefly reunited with brother Ed, a fullback.After one year in Pittsburgh, Modzelewski was again traded, this time twice in less than a week. The Steelers dealt him to the Detroit Lions, who three days later sent him to the Giants for another defensive tackle [url=http://www.brownsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-genard-avery-jersey]Genard Avery Jersey[/url] , Ray Krouse, a former Maryland teammate.Modzelewski was traded to the Browns in 1964 for wide receiver Bobby Crespino. He was expected to be a backup but became a starter when Frank Parker was injured. Cleveland played in the championship game in each of Modzelewski's first two seasons, beating Baltimore in 1964 and then losing to Green Bay.Modzelewski is survived by his wife of 64 years, Dorothy Jane, and four children.A funeral is set for Oct. 26 in Mentor, Ohio.