The Cleveland Browns are coming off a 1-15 season, but a flurry of offseason trades, free-agency moves and draft picks has flipped the depth chart heading into the 2017 season.
Cleveland will build around No. 1 draft pick Myles Garrett on defense, and the offense added a new quarterback in DeShone Kizer to the mix. Second-year coach Hue Jackson, general manager Sashi Brown and chief strategy office Paul DePodesta have a vision, and it will be interesting to see how that looks this season.
Jackson will call the plays this season, and new quarterbacks coach David Lee spent the last two seasons in Buffalo. They’ll be looking at the same riddle that has produced 26 quarterbacks since 1999.
“For me, I feel like it’s being a Razorback all over again,” said McFadden, 29. “When I grew up, I didn’t have any other school in the world I wanted to go to. I wanted to be a Razorback, and I knew that from Day 1. Growing up in Arkansas it was like Razorback football and Cowboys football just went hand-in-hand, so I love being here.
“I’m taking a less of a role. But I enjoy playing the game and just being able to be out here around the guys is something that’s very fun to me still.”
So would being given the chance for more carries, albeit potentially under conditions that McFadden hopes Elliott can avoid.
“I’m going to go out and prepare myself every day just like I’m going to be playing extended snaps so once I get in there I feel like it won’t be a problem for me,” McFadden said. “Just take right Toronto Blue Jays Cheap Jerseys over and just keep it going.”
While at the same time hoping the self-inflicted wounds affecting Super Cheap Jerseys his 22-year-old teammate come to a halt.