Found February 23, 2012 on
Fox Sports Ohio:
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...
BEST OF MAXIM
According to a team spokesperson, Cleveland Browns general manager Tom Heckert is not at the combine due to an illness. The combine runs through next Tuesday.
Heckert was also supposed to appear at the Browns pre-combine press conference yesterday, but was unable to attend due to said illness. He was also unable to attend the recently played Senior Bowl.
Without speculating too much...
“We’re open to anything. We can do nothing and pick nine really good players. That’s the starting point…
… or we have the flexibility to do whatever we want.”
-Browns head coach Pat Shurmur on Cleveland trading up in the draft.
Cleveland owns the #4 and #22 picks in the first round of the NFL draft, and nine picks overall.
BEREA -- Pat Shurmur has read all the predictions that have the Cleveland Browns trading up to take Robert Griffin III in the NFL Draft.But called the predictions just that -- predictions.I have never met the man, Shurmur said of Griffin, the Baylor quarterback whom most expect to become a Brown.To Shurmur, in-depth scouting begins this week at the NFLs Scouting Combine, and part...
It wasn't a secret a season ago the Browns right-side of the offensive line struggled. In wasting little time at the Combine on Thursday, the Browns converged on Ohio State tackle Mike Adams.
COLT WILL HAVE TO BOLT
With the news that the Browns are reportedly interested in making a run at Packers backup QB Matt Flynn, along with earlier reports they might trade up in the draft to land RGIII, Colt McCoy's days in Cleveland might be numbered.
After what would take a trade to get to the second-overall spot in the upcoming NFL Draft, Sports Illustrated’s Don Banks forecasts the Cleveland Browns will leave the first night of festivities with Baylor’s quarterback Robert Griffin III.
When all is said and done, Griffin will be going in this slot to someone, and the Browns still make the most sense in terms of...
The Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur met with the local media on Wednesday before departing for the NFL Combine.
We don’t know who will take snaps at quarterback for the Browns next year. We do know who will call the plays: The same guy that called them last year. Pat Shurmur said Wednesday that he will remain the team’s playcaller, while new offensive coordinator Brad Childress will assist Shurmur on gamedays in the booth.…