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5 things you need to know about new Browns OG Joel Bitonio

With the 3rd pick in the second round (#35 overall), the Browns selected Joel Bitonio out of Nevada. He will no doubt start at right guard for the Browns immediately, and will help pave the way for the running back. Some things to note about the big man: 1. Although projecting as a guard (due to his size), he played at tackle throughout college. 2. He is a tough guy on the field...
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May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Browns select Joel Bitonio in 2nd round: Reaction

With the 35th overall pick, the Cleveland Browns took Joel Bitonio, an offensive guard out of Nevada. This pick was no doubt made with the intention to improve the run game. Initial reaction to the pick: Gotta draft a lineman to protect Johnny Football! #Bitonio #Browns — Rogelio Piedra (@RogelioPiedra) May 9, 2014 The Browns are drafting tough physical players who aren't scared...
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May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Browns select Nevada OL Bitonio at top of Round Two

BEREA, Ohio -- Despite passing on a wide receiver in the first round, the Browns passed on a receiver at the top of the second-round despite the looming suspension of Josh Gordon by taking offensive lineman Joel Bitonio. Bitonio (6-4, 302) was a late riser in draft circles as the draft approached and was listed by several mock drafts as a potential first-round draft pick. "I...
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May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 NFL Draft: Browns select OT Joel Bitonio with their second round pick

The Cleveland Browns have used their second round pick on an offensive lineman– Joel Bitonio. Bitonio is from Nevada. He played tackle in college, but many draft experts predict his best position in the pros would be inside. He is 6’4″ and weighs 302 pounds. He was a star at the combine in Indianapolis, having the best marks for linemen in the 40 yard dash, vertical jump, broad...
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May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Joel Bitonio Selection for Browns Solidifies The O-Line

The Cleveland Browns selected Joel Bitonio, the Offensive Tackle from Nevada with the 35th pick.  The Browns have already made two picks so far this draft. The Browns will look to start Bitonio at either Right Tackle or Right Guard this year, and potentially move Mitchell Schwartz inside.  They selected a Quarterback earlier in Johnny Manziel who will likely be somewhat injury...
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May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Nevada OL Joel Bitonio Reportedly On The Chargers & Panthers Radar

  Tony Pauline of ha spoken to executives around the league who believe Nevada OL Joel Bitonio is in play for the Chargers and Panthers in round one. Pauline had previously mentioned that Bitonio could be a fit for the Panthers at No. 28 overall. The Dolphins are known to be trying to move out of their No. 19 overall pick and Pauline suggests a scenario where...
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May 07, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 NFL Draft Prospect: Joel Bitonio

The countdown to the NFL Draft has begun. In the next few months we will be taking a closer look at some potential draft picks the Jets could be looking at when May rolls around.  Today, Mike Nolan takes a look at offensive lineman, Joel Bitonio. Tale of the Tape Name: Joel Bitonio From: Long Beach, CA School: Nevada Height: 6’4″ Weight: 307 pounds Arm Length: 33″ Hand Size...
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February 10, 2014  |  Discuss

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