Browns' Rookie Antonio Callaway, Who Was Supposedly Mentored By Josh Gordon, Got Pulled Over With Weed And A Suspended License Hours Before Corey Coleman Was Traded Away, Thus Making Him A Starter
Way too much has gone on within a Cleveland Browns' receiving core - that hasn't accomplished nearly enough to be causing this many problems, mind you - for all these headlines not to be connected in some way. Therefore, until we find out exactly how tangled this web has been woven, I just want everyone to take a second to appreciate that string of tweets for what it is, which is a goddamn Picasso of organizational ineptitude.
Don't even waste your time trying to figure out how each story fits in with the next, because an actual explanation will undoubtedly take away from the endlessness of the possibilities. So, just take a toke of Antonio Callaway's finest, ignore how screwed up it is that Josh Gordon can't even look out for his own well-being without taking on collateral damage, and absorb it all in knowing that you are witnessing something that's damn near unparalleled in its field. That field might be as abstract as incompetence, but - to their credit - the Cleveland Browns have somehow perfected it in rostering a position group that's as promising as it is perplexing.
Troubled young men mentoring other troubled young men and problematic players being traded to clear more space for other problematic players, all while trying to indoctrinate two new quarterbacks into an unfamiliar system? It doesn't appear to make anything close to what you might call "sense", but some of the most revered pieces of art are as scatter-brained as the artist. I imagine we'll see that holds true here as well, when the Browns give us a look inside the 'Factory of Sadness' tonight on Hard Knocks.
P.S. Thoughts and prayers go out to what remains/what will remain of Jarvis Landry's sanity...