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The Bear’s Den, June 22, The Mann Week Wrap-Up Edition

It’s time to say goodbye to The Mann Week here in the Den. We hope you enjoyed seeing articles and photos of Patrick Mannelly, the GOAT. BEAR DOWN, CHICAGO BEARS, BEAR DOWN!!!! BEARRRSSSS / DRAFT / FREE AGENCY Cox: Mike Trout predicts Browns will do better than Bears this season - Bears Wire - Los Angeles Angels baseball star Mike Trout thinks the Cleveland Browns will have a better record in 2018 than the Chicago Bears. Arkush: Walter Payton - Team for the Ages - Pro Football Weekly - Over the past three months, thousands of fans voted in our “Team For the Ages” contest to construct...

Turf Show Times

Cowboys' deal for Martin changes Saffold/Brown/Hav outlook

Now that the Cowboys’ star interior lineman has reset the OL market, how do things look for the Rams’ trio of linemen a year out? Yesterday, the Dallas Cowboys re-signed RG Zack Martin to a massive six-year, $84m extension with $40m guaranteed that reset the market for offensive linemen. The deal outpaces the one the Cleveland Browns gave Andrew Norwell in free agency a few months ago to make Martin the highest-paid interior lineman with the most guaranteed money. For the Los Angeles Rams, it also sets the ceiling for the interior lineman market as LG Rodger Saffold, RG Jamon Brown and...


Isaiah Crowell says he didn’t know his role with Browns from week to week

Through the first four years of his NFL career, running back Isaiah Crowell spent it all with the Cleveland Browns where he experienced more downs than ups during his tenure. This NFL offseason, Crowell decided to leave via free agency by electing to ink a three-year, $12 million deal with the New York Jets. According […] The post Isaiah Crowell says he didn’t know his role with Browns from week to week appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Behind the Steel Curtain

Jerald Hawkins leaves Steelers OTAs with apparent knee injury

According to the reports from OTAs, it didn’t look good for the third year tackle out of LSU. The Pittsburgh Steelers lost Chris Hubbard, their flex tackle and utility offensive lineman, last year via free agency to the Cleveland Browns. The hope was third year tackle Jerald Hawkins, out of LSU, would fill in for Hubbard as the Swiss Army Knife of the offensive front. While this still may happen, news coming out of Steelers Organized Team Activities (OTAs) is Hawkins left practice with an apparent knee injury. Multiple players confirm that Steelers OT Jerald Hawkins was injured during...