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What does a 17th game mean for the Browns? Orange and Brown Talk Podcast

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The NFL added a 17th game, making it official on Tuesday. It means the Browns will play the Cardinals at FirstEnergy Stadium this season.

Mary Kay Cabot, Scott Patsko and Dan Labbe discussed the 17th game and what it means on Wednesday’s Orange and Brown Talk Podcast.

Then Tim Bielik joins the podcast to talk NFL Draft. He and Dan get into the 49ers trade up, the Dolphins trade down and then back up and revisit his mock draft in light of the changes.

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