If you've come this far, we already know that you're less-discriminating than most folks, or that you're hopelessly bored.
We lead off this morning wtih a Roger Brown article offering hopeful words on Dave Campo from an ex-Cowboy (which explains why he's pictured). There's also an article from the Official Patriots site about why the Patriots are so great for allowing a guy with a Harvard education (who was briefly a Cleveland Brown) a chance to see Europe.
Then things get really stupid.
First off, there's Frank Middleton (an ex-Brown, if you're keeping score at home), being very understanding about Barrett Robbins' problems. Memo to Frank: Bi-polar disorder and chronic depression are illnesses. They require the attention of specialists, although they are things involving the brain, which doesn't make them seem like a "real" health problem to some. Ignorance, however, can be self-treated, but rarely is.
Speaking of ignorance, some of it is in display in a small newspaper this morning, as a columnist does his best 70s-style mocking of Cleveland in an article about franchise movement. He bemoans the situation, without apparently being aware Cleveland is one of the foremost examples of how loyal fans can get screwed by nomad franchises.
We've got e-mail and e-commerce. I won't be happy until there's also an e-slap-upside-the-head.
One final note. Thanks to Brian and "Rotten" for the action photos of Dimitrius Breedlove. While it's good to see that one exists, unfortunately, I can't use them. The Browns won't let us take our own pictures (even though I've got a nifty digital camera), much less use theirs. But I appreciate the gesture and the help.
Have a great day dawgs! The weekend is near.