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Sonoran Hot Reads: Scooby Wright waived by the Browns

What’s up next for Scooby?

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After being inactive in the Cleveland Browns’ first two games of the season, the club decided to waive their seventh-round pick Scooby Wright III on Tuesday. The team is hoping to sign him to their practice squad if he clears waivers. As of Tuesday night, both guys who left Arizona after their junior seasons, Wright and Cayleb Jones, are not on NFL rosters. Many will question if they made the right decision, but there’s still plenty of time before having to decide that

- At least Scooby has a Skittles deal

- Here’s our roundup of all the former Wildcats in the league, and there’s really only one doing well

- Over at USC, there are reports of a lineman punching Clay Helton in the face, so that’s good

- According to John Marshall, USC has now become a longshot in the South, while Arizona and ASU are ones to keep an eye on

- Check out UW Dawg Pound’s thoughts on Arizona’s ever-changing offensive personnel. Their Daily Dots are worth a click-through as well

- We all gave our thoughts on who the starting QB should be. There are plenty of arguments for both sides, which makes it so tough. Also, could we actually be seeing an entirely new backfield?

- Washington’s defensive coordinator doesn’t seem to care who will play QB for Arizona this week

- Maybe in a couple years, Braxton Burmeister will make all this QB competition talk look silly

- The Orlando Bradford saga keeps getting worse as we found out about four more incidents of domestic violence this year


- Want to know what Rawle Alkins will bring to the court this year? Check out this great breakdown by Ridiculous Upside

- When practice starts here soon, Ray Smith should be full-go


Other sports

- Volleyball hosts ASU on Wednesday night at 7 PM

- Arizona alum Jim Furyk was the recipient of the PGA Tour’s Payne Stewart Award

- Gabi Stoian probably made a good choice by picking soccer over dancing

Tucson news

- The U.S.S. Arizona memorial on the mall is now set to open on December 4th

- UA mall staple Brother Dean was arrested and banned from campus for kicking a woman in the chest. This is a great day for all of us, and this girl is now a campus hero