While some fans are already willing to label 2013 third-round pick, Leon McFadden, as the first bust of the new regime–the Cleveland Browns coaching staff could not be further away from sharing that opinion.
“I have complete confidence in him,” stated Ray Horton, the Cleveland Browns defensive coordinator. “I have no reservations whatsoever. He’s ready to play.”
Cornerback Leon McFadden, a third-round selection in the 2013 NFL Draft, has reached a four-year contract agreement with the Cleveland Browns, the team announced Friday evening.
The Browns reached a deal with their sixth-round draft pick, defensive end Armonty Bryant, earlier in the day on Friday. Neither player, nor still-unsigned No. 6 overall selection DE/OLB Barkevious Mingo...
With the 68th selection in the 2012 draft the Cleveland Browns selected CB Leon McFadden from San Diego State. McFadden signed with the Aztecs originally as a wide receiver but switched on over to the defensive side before his freshman season began. McFadden earned 1st Team All Mountain West honors in each of his sophomore, junior, and senior seasons. His senior campaign included...
Aztec Report talks with San Diego State cornerback Leon McFadden about the defensive struggle against North Dakota, what he knows about the Aztecs upcoming opponent in San Jose State and much more!
Enemy quarterbacks have developed a curious strategy this year for San Diego State.
They don’t like throwing the football near Aztecs star cornerback Leon McFadden, who might intercept it or bat it away.
So they instead have taken their chances by throwing it in the neighborhood of SDSU’s “other” cornerback, a skinny 170-pound senior named Larry Parker.