The Browns are trading cornerback Jamar Taylor to the Cardinals in a move that opens up a spot on their roster.
They’ll be filling it with a player recently let go by the Seahawks. Field Yates of ESPN reports that the Browns have claimed defensive end Marcell Frazier off of waivers.
Golden State went into the fourth quarter with a 10-point lead, but the Warriors managed to score only 12 points in the frame, while Houston put up 25 points to come away with the 95-92 win. The Rockets evened the series at two games apiece.
“I think we just stop trusting our defense at certain points in the game,” Green said. “We’ve got to trust our defense, trust the game plan, and stick with it.”
“That’s because he doesn’t know the terminology, he doesn’t know anything,” Jones said, via The Associated Press. “[Quarterbacks coach Dan Morrison] was walking through each route as it was called. But [on Monday] guess what? We’re going to walk in and start taking a couple.
“He’s got to catch up because we’ve got guys in there, and he will. We have plenty of time in camp. I’d say in 2½ weeks he’ll have a handle on everything.”
Manziel noted the differences between the NFL and CFL that will require some adjustment as he settles in the league over the next several weeks, but the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner asserted he’s up for the challenge.
“Spacing is a little bit different on the defensive side if I had to look at anything,” Manziel said. “On offense, I’ve never ran this many routes that are predicated off of one defender … every route has an opportunity to break three or four different ways, which is different.