Nick Hayden

#71DT,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 295
Born:
College: Wisconsin
Birth Place: Hartland, Wisconsin
Draft: 2008 6th round (15th pick) by the
  • Daily Dawg Chow (5/24/17)
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    Daily Dawg Chow (5/24/17)

    Cleveland Browns: "There are reasons for optimism as Browns take field for OTAs" (Cleveland.com) - "There were multiple points during the off-season when a member of the front office pointed to the quick turnaround..." "Shon Coleman with chance to earn RT job on fortified Browns O-line" (Browns.com) - "Coleman spent the offseason working out in Berea in hopes of securing a starting spot on the Browns’ new-look offensive line." "A look at which lessons OTAs should provide" (ABJ) - "The Browns held their first practice of organized team activities Tuesday, and Wednesday’s session will be the first one open to reporters." "Kyle Shanahan explains why Robert Griffin III is having trouble finding NFL

  • Kenny Britt enjoying fresh start, energy in Cleveland
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    Kenny Britt enjoying fresh start, energy in Cleveland

    New Cleveland Browns wide receiver Kenny Britt has a bit of a reputation problem around the league. The veteran hasn’t exactly gotten along with teammates or always been diplomatic in dealing with the media, or career adversity. It seems the 28-year-old might finally be in a good place. After years of languishing on uninspiring, unsuccessful teams in Tennessee and Los Angeles, Britt seems to genuinely enjoy the atmosphere and positive energy in Cleveland. Yes, Cleveland. Britt knows losing situations when he sees them, and he definitely doesn’t see that with his new team and city. “It’s good to be in a city where the fans love you and and you get to get closer to the fans,” Britt said Monday

  • Joe Thomas predicts big jump for Cody Kessler in 2017
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    Joe Thomas predicts big jump for Cody Kessler in 2017

    Perennial Cleveland Browns Pro Bowler Joe Thomas believes teammate Cody Kessler is ready to make a big jump in 2017. Thomas spoke about his vision of Kessler’s likely improvement during the annual Cleveland Browns Foundation Golf Tournament, per beat writer Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer. Now, this is not groundbreaking stuff from the future Hall of Fame left tackle. Thomas is making some perfectly reasonable assertions. Kessler’s experience in 2017 should be different, and with presumably better results than last season. He was abruptly vaulted into the Browns starting quarterback position last season after beginning the year as an unheralded third-string player, one who needed significant