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2013 Cleveland Browns Seven Round Mock Draft

Monday, April 8th, 2013

Tyler Eifert could be a first round target for the Browns whether they trade back or not (Photo:

The Browns entered the offseason with major holes to fill at defensive end and outside linebacker, and quickly pounced on Baltimore pass rusher Paul Kruger, and Oakland lineman Desmond Bryant as soon as the free agency signing period began.  Cleveland added several more veteran players to provide depth, but a number of holes remain.  The roster currently appears devoid of starters at cornerback and free safety, and could use help at tight end and guard as well.  After shipping Colt McCoy to San Francisco the team now has seven draft choices, but there is little question that the front office would like to recoup the second round pick spent last summer on Josh Gordon.  A trade with Miami to move back from six to twelve overall, and acquire one of their two second round picks, appears logical for both teams, and is assumed in this seven round mock draft.  Armed with eight total draft picks, here is how things might shake out for the Browns… (more…)

2013 NFL Draft Prospect Profile: Kenjon Barner

Sunday, March 10th, 2013

The Browns could use a change of pace running back like Kenjon Barner (Photo: Staff Writer: Justin Higdon

Running back isn’t high on the Browns’ list of priorities this offseason after spending the number three overall pick on Trent Richardson last year.  Richardson is obviously expected to carry the load, and Monterio Hardesty proved last season that he can be a capable backup.  But the Browns could still use a change of pace back who can hit home runs with his speed.  If they decide to go in that direction some time on Day Three of the draft, Oregon’s Kenjon Barner could become a viable target. (more…)

2013 Senior Bowl Day Three Practice Notes: North

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013

Alex Okafor has been outstanding in one-on-one drills this week (Photo: Staff Writer: Justin Higdon

At Wednesday’s North practice all three quarterbacks looked sharp early throwing against air.  Syracuse’s Ryan Nassib looked the sharpest in terms of anticipation, and later delivered a pretty deep throw to Harvard H-back Kyle Juszczyk.  During early drills, North Carolina State QB Mike Glennon threw behind Oregon State wide receiver Markus Wheaton, who adjusted nicely to make the catch.  Miami Ohio’s Zac Dysert looked more comfortable today than he had all week, and made a couple of strong deep throws during drills, including one to Oregon running back Kenjon Barner.  Unfortunately, later in the practice Dysert held the ball too long and attempted to scramble, and followed that up by losing a fumble under pressure.  Glennon also fumbled in team drills, but not one of the three QBs threw an interception all morning.  They appear to have finally developed some chemistry with their receivers. (more…)

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