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Browns hoping new faces improve run defense

browns run defenseThe Cleveland Browns made solid strides on the defensive side of the ball in 2014 under first-year defensive coordinator Jim O’Neil.

Much of that was overshadowed, however, by the team’s ongoing inability to stop the run.

Those poor numbers help explain why the Browns used seven of their 12 draft picks on defensive players while also bringing in four defenders in free agency.

We take a look at what the team is doing to reverse the trend in our latest post at Dawg Pound Daily.

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