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Fantasy Football: Freddie Kitchens should keep things cooking in Cleveland

CBS Sports Tuesday, 15 January 2019
Baker Mayfield and Nick Chubb should remain effective in Freddie Kitchens' offense in Cleveland, but what about the Browns' receivers?
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News video: Freddie Kitchens holds first news conference as Browns head coach

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Freddie Kitchens spoke to the press during his first news conference as the head coach of the Browns.

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