That response was just the beginning of an epic six-minute interview that featured Winfrey voicing the word “dawg” eight times and mimicking a few barking sounds. He spoke in a high-pitched, motivational tone as though he was leading a team huddle for the entire interview, one that will be fondly remembered as Winfrey enters his rookie season in Cleveland.

“This is me,” Winfrey said. “100 percent concentrated. No smoke. This is how I wake up – juiced up. To be honest, I just woke up at 10:40 a.m. It is 11:30 a.m., and I am juiced. No coffee needed.”

The Browns will certainly appreciate that energy when Winfrey takes the field.

Winfrey ascended as a prospect the last two seasons with the Sooners by tallying six sacks and 42 tackles and showcasing an ability to forcefully move blockers in the interior. He was initially projected as a second-round prospect and was a common mock draft choice to land with the Browns when they owned a pick at No. 44 overall, but the Browns traded back…

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