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2015 Cleveland Browns Undrafted Free Agents

Saturday, May 2nd, 2015

This is where you can find all of the 2015 Cleveland Browns’ undrafted free agent signings.  Please take note that all signings in bold have been confirmed by the team.  All other names on the list are unconfirmed and we are assuming that those players have been invited to minicamp on a tryout basis.

Quarterback:

Justin Worley-Tennessee (tryout)

Rakeem Cato-Marshall (tryout)

Running Back:

Fullback:

Jimmay Mundine-Kansas (tryout)

De’Marieya Nelson-Arizona State

Luke Lundy-Ottawa (tryout)

Wide Receiver:

Kevonte Martin-Manley-Iowa

Kyle Prater-Northwestern

DeMarco Robinson-Kentucky (tryout)

Nick Jones-South Carolina (tryout)

Paul Browning-Colorado State-Pueblo (tryout)

Tight End:

Kevin Haplea-Florida State (tryout)

E.J. Bibbs-Iowa State

Offensive Line:

Steven Gurrola-Arizona (tryout)

Tyler Loos-Northern Illinois

Darrian Miller-Kentucky

Elliot Porter-LSU

Trevor Sales-Buffalo (tryout)

Defensive Line:

Dylan Wynn-Oregon State

Joe Kaleta-Coastal Carolina (tryout)

Michael Reilly-William & Mary (tryout)

Outside Linebacker:
Travis Hughes-North Carolina (tryout)

Inside Linebacker:

V.J. Fehoko-Texas Tech

Cornerback:

De’Ante Saunders-Tennessee State

Kenneth Penny-UNLV

Gareef Glashen-Rutgers (tryout)

Joe Rankin-Morgan State (tryout)

Safety:

Landon Feichter-Purdue (tryout)

Cassius Sendish-Kansas

Lorenzo Waters-Rutgers (tryout)

Marte Sears-Faulkner (tryout)

Kicker:

Marvin Kloss-South Florida (tryout)


2015 NFL Mock Draft

Thursday, April 30th, 2015
The 2015 NFL Draft should be fascinating and unpredictable. (Photo: nfl.com)

The 2015 NFL Draft should be fascinating and unpredictable. (Photo: nfl.com)

DraftBrowns.com Editor: Brendan Leister

This mock draft will involve my predictions for the picks in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft.  My evaluations are not taken into consideration when predicting what players will be selected by which teams.  I am not predicting trades in this mock draft because of how difficult it can be to predict them. (more…)


2015 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Breshad Perriman

Tuesday, April 28th, 2015
UCF's Breshad Perriman shows the potential to be a great NFL wide receiver. (Photo: Foxsports.com)

UCF’s Breshad Perriman shows the potential to be a great wide receiver in the NFL. (Photo: Foxsports.com)

DraftBrowns.com Editor: Brendan Leister

UCF wide receiver Breshad Perriman is one of the most talented at his position in the 2015 NFL Draft class.  At 6’2″, 212 lbs. with average arm length (32″) and average-sized hands (9 1/4″), he has good size for the position.  Perriman will be a 22-year old rookie. (more…)


2015 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Carl Davis

Tuesday, April 28th, 2015
Iowa's Carl Davis is a talented defensive lineman. (photo: rantsports.com)

Iowa’s Carl Davis is a talented defensive lineman. (photo: rantsports.com)

DraftBrowns.com Editor: Brendan Leister

Iowa defensive lineman Carl Davis is a talented football player.  At 6’5”, 320 lbs. with very long arms (34 5/8”), enormous hands (11”), and a huge lower body, Davis possesses great size for the position.  He will be a 23-year old rookie. (more…)


2015 NFL Draft: Defensive Back Rankings

Sunday, April 26th, 2015
Former Washington cornerback Marcus Peters is my top rated defensive back in the 2015 draft class

Former Washington cornerback Marcus Peters is my top rated defensive back in the 2015 draft class

DraftBrowns.com Staff Writer: Justin Higdon

Defensive backs are always difficult to scout on television. From many broadcast angles, cornerbacks and safeties often don’t even appear on the screen. Still, many crucial elements of the evaluation are readily apparent even without wide access to All-22 coach’s tape. Is the cornerback being targeted often, and how are those targets turning out? Are his movements fluid? Can he run? Can the safety diagnose the play, take a good angle, and finish the tackle? And most importantly, is the defensive back getting his hands on the football and creating turnover opportunities? If we can check off those boxes, we can at least get a decent feel regarding the likelihood of whether or not a prospect can succeed. It isn’t a perfect system, but it’s what I have. And if these rankings don’t turn out well, then at least I will still have my day job. Here’s a look at the 2015 defensive backs, broken into cornerbacks, free safeties and strong safeties. (more…)


2015 NFL Draft: Linebacker Rankings

Sunday, April 26th, 2015
Vic Beasley is my top rated prospect in the 2015 NFL Draft class

Vic Beasley is my top rated prospect in the 2015 NFL Draft class

DraftBrowns.com Staff Writer: Justin Higdon

Three of the top pass rushers in the 2015 NFL Draft class – including my top overall player – appear here in my linebacker rankings as “OLB” prospects. This year’s crop also includes a number of talented inside ‘backers who should be available in the middle rounds. Here’s a look at the 32 linebackers who I’ve given draftable grades. (more…)






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