Happy Wednesday, Dawg Pound!
Here's your morning roundup:
— Browns safety Jordan Poyer is back in Cleveland after a scary moment against the Titans two weeks ago. The fifth-year player, who suffered a lacerated kidney, said he's ready to make a comeback in 2017.
— Breaking down rookie quarterback Kevin Hogan's 28-yard scramble for a touchdown
— With the Browns set to honor the 1986 team this Sunday against the Jets, ClevelandBrowns.com senior writer Andrew Gribble is taking an in depth look at that season.
— After notching two sacks last weekend, Browns rookie linebacker Emmanuel Ogbah is up for Rookie of the Week. You can vote here.
— Not football related news: As I'm sure you're aware it was a huge night in Cleveland Tuesday as the Indians won Game 1 of the World Series at Progressive Field while the Cavaliers got their championship rings (and blew out the Knicks). — The Patriots traded the Lions for linebacker Kyle Van Noy and a seventh-round pick in exchange for a sixth-round pick, according to NFL.com and other media reports.