INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The first official affect the Browns Scouting Combine tidbit was dropped at about 1350 hours in Indiana on Thursday.
Thats when Ohio State tackle Mike Adams said that the Cleveland Browns were one of two teams that had talked to him about playing right tackle in the pros, the other being the Washington Redskins.
Of those two teams, only one has two first-round picks -- and thats the Browns, who are sitting at the 22nd spot with their second first-round choice. Which is right in the area where folks project Adams to be selected. Adams played left tackle for the Buckeyes, but hed switch sides without hesitation if Cleveland -- or any team -- asked him to move.
Im open to do whatever a team needs me to do, Adams said.
Browns coach Pat Shurmur emphasized the Browns are still gathering information about all draftable players.
Im looking forward to digging into some tape on him, Shurmur said of Adams. I havent seen as much of him as I have some of the other skill pla...