Cleveland Browns kicking prospect Brandon Bogotay respects predecessor Phil Dawson
Summary of 2 articles · Updated May 15, 2013
“I’m not trying to replace Phil Dawson,” Bogotay said. BEREA, Ohio – Brandon Bogotay doesn’t expect to make anyone forget Phil Dawson. He also writes how this group of linebackers will put an increased amount of pressure on quarterbacks, but the group will struggle against the run.Browns kicking prospect respects Phil Dawson . Bogotay understands he can’t manage fan expectation. Two decades later, the franchise allowed the popular Dawson, 38, to sign with San Francisco via free agency. “Phil was loved here and I think we might miss him in November and December.” He realizes his strong local ties – his father grew up in Euclid and his uncle’s family still lives in the area – won’t spare him boos should he botch kicks at FirstEnergy Stadium.