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After leading the 49ers to five straight wins to close last season and signing a five-year, $137.5 million contract extension, Garoppolo is the talk of the Bay Area. The 49ers enter 2018 with hopes of making some real hay in the NFC West.
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Yes, it’s Hope Season once more in Cleveland, and a lot of people — this writer included — believe this could be the first time in forever that hope doesn’t take the first train out of town come September. Then there’s this take from my pal and Around The NFL Podcast cohort, Marc Sessler, a lifelong Browns fan who sees this team as unique in the show’s two-decade history: The Browns, more than any team ever on ‘Hard Knocks,’ bring a wild psychic energy of past and recent failure — half the story is trying to shake that off.
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Can the Browns do it? Or is this just the latest setup for another long winter on the clock at the Factory of Sadness ? It all makes for some compelling premium cable programming and it starts on Aug. 7. Here are some subplots we’re looking forward to this season:
The craziest thing about the Browns right now: All the optimistic takes about their 2018 prospects are rooted in actual sound logic! That logic being that Cleveland suddenly has a roster with some real talent on both sides of the ball. That includes a wide receiver corps featuring the newly acquired Jarvis Landry and returning veteran Josh Gordon, in line to start his first season in years without the s word (suspension) hanging over it.