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The Cleveland Browns may be catching break on Sunday when they host the Carolina Panthers at FirstEnergy Stadium.The Panthers come into the game riding a four-game losing streak and with starting quarterback Cam Newton sporting a sore right shoulder that has coincided with Carolina’s fading playoff hopes. While Newton and the team has been putting on a good front about the extent of the injury Youth Antonio Callaway Jersey , the results speak for themselves, as Jonathan Jones at pointed out this week:Newton may be hurting, but the Browns are still wary of what he can do on the field, as safety Jabrill Peppers told having to worry about the deep ball would certainly be a plus for the Browns Antonio Callaway Jerseys Stitched , especially given that the Panthers enter this week’s game averaging 140.8 yards per game, the league’s second-best mark. Carolina took it to another level the past two weeks as they averaged 194 rushing yards and 8.45 yards per carry in their games against the Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.Even though those rushing totals have not resulted in wins, the ability for the Panthers to break a big play in the run game - Carolina has rush for 10-plus yards on 19 percent of their runs this year, the best in the league according to Pro Football Focus - is something the Browns need to contain Youth Myles Garrett Jersey , as head coach Gregg Williams told Browns could be catching a break if Newton’s shoulder limits Carolina’s passing game on Sunday.The defense just needs to make sure that the Panthers don’t turn that perceived advantage against the Browns. General manager John Dorsey wisely chose Olivier Vernon over Minnesota’s offer of DE Everson Griffen."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Daily Dawg ChowRufio’s PlaybookBrowns reportedly turned down Vikings trade offer for Kevin ZeitlerNew,18commentsGeneral manager John Dorsey wisely chose Olivier Vernon over Minnesota’s offer of DE Everson Griffen.EDTShareTweetShareShareBrowns reportedly turned down Vikings trade offer for Kevin ZeitlerBrace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY SportsThe Cleveland Browns were able to bolster their pass rush by trading for defensive end Olivier Vernon in March. But Vernon might still might be a member of the New York Giants if the Minnesota Vikings had gotten their way.According to Andrew Krammer of The Star-Tribune, the Browns were in discussion with the Vikings about trading guard Kevin Zeitler to Minnesota in exchange for defensive end Everson Griffen:It is not clear who initiated the trade talks, but Browns general manager John Dorsey looks to have made the right call by acquiring Vernon Myles Garrett Jerseys Stitched , who is 28 years old and coming off a season where he earned a grade of 86.3 last season from Pro Football Focus, over Griffen, who is 31 and earned a grade of 68 from PFF last season.Speaking of Vernon, who has two years left on the five-year deal he signed with the Giants in 2016 Youth Jabrill Peppers Jersey , Monday Morning Quarterback’s Andy Benoit had an interesting note in his article about the Browns draft needs. According to Benoit, the Browns may be looking for a defensive end in the upcoming draft so that Dorsey will have the flexibility to release Vernon after just one year in Cleveland:While there has been some chatter about Vernon being a candidate for a re-structured contract at some point, this is the first time we’ve seen someone float out the idea of Vernon being a one-and-done player with the Browns.According to, Vernon carries a salary of $15.5 million in each of the next two seasons Jabrill Peppers Jersey Stitched , but there is no dead money that would hit Cleveland’s cap space if Vernon were to be released. It seems a bit of a stretch to think that Dorsey would cut Vernon after just one season, especially since it cost the Browns one of the league’s best guards to acquire Vernon. More likely, the Browns will look to work out a new deal with Vernon that will give him some more financial security.