Tuesday roundup: Sashi Brown meets the press, outlines plan forward

Happy Tuesday, Dawg Pound!

Here's your morning roundup:

— Browns executive vice president of football operations Sashi Brown met with reporters Monday afternoon to assess the state of the organization and the plan moving forward. While Brown expressed "disappointment" in an 0-10 start, he said Cleveland's leadership — which includes himself, owners Dee and Jimmy Haslam, head coach Hue Jackson, chief strategy officer Paul DePodesta and vice president of player personnel Andrew Berry — is "steadfast" in its vision for the future.

— Robert Griffin III is "on pace" to return, but it's unclear if the Browns quarterback will play this season. Griffin, who broke a bone in his shoulder against the Eagles in the season opener, was placed on injured reserve in September.

— senior writer on Seth DeValve, who overcame injuries to make his first touchdown catch against the Ravens. The rookie tight end from Princeton seized the moment and is prepared for more opportunities.

— After watching another team rally in the second half, the Browns defense is determined to flip the script in the last six weeks of the season

— The Giants topped the Bengals in a thriller Monday night, when quarterback Eli Manning tossed a late touchdown pass on fourth down

— Bears receiver Alshon Jeffery has been suspended four games for violating the NFL policy on performance enhancing substances

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