Cleveland Browns Kicker Phil Dawson Shows Up To Mandatory Minicamp

June 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Cleveland Browns kicker Phil Dawson is the only remaining member of the expansion 1999 Browns team, after signing with them as an undrafted free agent out of Texas.
Easily one of the best cold weather kickers, Dawson has made kicks in all kinds of weather that Lake Erie can throw at Cleveland Browns Stadium, including a historic 49-yard field goal on December 16, 2007 against the Buffalo Bills in a blizzard that was reported as a "real-life snow globe inside the stadium."
Dawson has told the Browns and the media that he wants more money and a long-term contract to close out the rest of his career and retire in the orange and brown, but the Browns have not listened during the last two years.
Boycotting the offseason program and training camp in 2009, Dawson has also boycotted the offseason program so far this year until his arrival at the Browns training facility for the start of the June 10 mandatory minicamp.
His appearance may be due to several reasons, including ...

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