Teddy Bridgewater might have breezed through the NFL Scouting Combine doing little more than interviewing with clubs and skipping more drills than he participated in, but that has only set up a more demanding pro day workout for him. Bridgewater is vying to be the No. 1 overall pick of the Houston Texans, and former Cleveland Browns general manager Phil Savage told College Football 24/7 that NFL clubs will be expecting him to make up for all his missed action when Louisville holds its pro day March 17. Follow College Football 24/7 on Twitter @NFL_CFB.
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The Philadelphia Eagles have named Phil Savage as player personnel consultant for the 2010 draft.
Joshua Cribbs doesn’t plan to play a game for the Browns under the terms of his current contract. His representatives are expected to meet with Browns coach Eric Mangini and general manager George Kokinis next week to discuss re-working his existing six-year, $6.7 million contract.
Former Cleveland Browns general manager Phil Savage reminds me of myself when I first left the NFL. He has handled the frustration of being out of the league by attending the East-West Shrine Game, the Senior Bowl, the Super Bowl and loading up his house with college tapes to stay on top of personnel issues.
A long conversation with former Browns GM Phil Savage brought the subject back to football.
While the Lions have launched an extensive head-coaching search, they also have quietly explored hiring another front-office man to match with chief operating officer Tom Lewand and general manager Martin Mayhew.
The Cleveland Browns have fired general manager Phil Savage, a team official confirmed Sunday night. The Browns will officially announce the move Monday, the same day Browns coach Romeo Crennel is scheduled to meet with team owner Randy Lerner.