Behind them, Christian Kirksey and Joe Schobert have been solid for an overtaxed and understaffed group of linebackers 锟斤拷 a group that will improve if it ever gets a full season from former Pro Bowler Jamie Collins. Jabrill Peppers and Larry Ogunjobi remain lottery ticket combinations of potential and inconsistency, but they have the talent to emerge as reliable starters over time.
Womens Kevin Johnson Jersey Women's Majestic Arizona Diamondbacks #11 A. J. Pollock Replica Pink Fashion MLB Jersey
Womens Dennis Maruk Jersey The offense is in worse shape. Cleveland has three quarterbacks aged 25 or younger, and none of them 锟斤拷 DeShone Kizer, Kevin Hogan, or Cody Kessler 锟斤拷 has proved to be even moderately below average in 2017. Coleman should be a yards-after-catch machine, but he can’t stay healthy; he’s played in only 20 of the team’s 32 games since being drafted. He also infamously dropped the pass that sealed the Browns’ 0-16 fate. No wide receiver finished the season with more than 400 receiving yards.

But there’s still pieces with which this team can work. Duke Johnson and Isaiah Crowell have teamed up as a formidable tailback platoon 锟斤拷 the 24-year-olds had 1,201 rushing yards and 102 receptions between them. The club’s receiving corps has been bolstered by the return of Josh Gordon, whose substance abuse problems have kept him from the field repeatedly over the last three seasons. While he’s not reliable, he’ll certainly be fresh in 2018 after playing just 10 games in the last four seasons.

And while he isn’t young, All-Pro staple Joe Thomas might remain a Brown. Thomas has the chance to opt out of his contract this offseason and escape D.J. Reader Womens Jersey to a team with more than four wins over the last three seasons, but he’s been Cleveland’s most loyal supporter throughout an 11-season career. While a torn tricep cut his ironman streak at just over 10,000 snaps, a potential 2018 return would protect the blindside of whomever winds up starting at quarterback.

Oh gosh, I’d be interested, Arians said. I don’t think they’re interested in me. But that would be like the dream job, especially working with someone as good as Sean [McDonough]. That’d be fun. That’s obviously a home run.

Arians, who announced his retirement from coaching on Jan. 1 after five seasons as head coach of the Cardinals, said he’d be interested in a TV or radio job as a way to stay connected to football. Arians’ preference, however, would be TV, either in the studio or in the booth, but he’ll leave that decision up to the networks.

Arians, 65, has already met with Fox and the NFL Network. He has a second interview with Fox coming up next week and will meet with CBS in early February.

I want to be part of the game, Arians said. When you’re doing games, you do a lot of traveling — good, bad, indifferent. You’re in the locker room, you’re doing production meetings with players and coaches. In a studio, you get a broader perspective, maybe you can tell more stories. I’m probably a better storyteller.

Leave a reply