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MITCHELL SCHWARTZ RUMORS

Browns set with Schwartz at tackle or looking toward draft?

BEREA, Ohio--Everyone is trying to read the tea leaves concerning the upcoming NFL Draft. Every word is scrutinized and analyzed when GMs and head coaches speak. It's no different with the Browns. Browns GM Ray Farmer praised several of the players that most feel will be high on the Browns draft board for the fourth pick, including the likes of non-quarterbacks such as Khalil...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
April 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Cleveland Browns Free Agent Targets: Offensive Guard

We examine 3 of the top possible Cleveland Browns free agent targets on the offensive line.  _________________________________ Geoff Schwartz Schwartz is the older brother of Browns tackle Mitchell Schwartz, so the Browns could have some recruiting power. Schwartz stepped in for the Chiefs in 2013 and really took off. He now comes into free-agency as one of the top three available...
Via Cleveland Sports Chat
March 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Schwartz-bowl

The only Jewish siblings in the NFL take each other on for the first time on Sunday. BY REBECCA MEISER It’s been 90 years since two brothers who remember each other’s bar mitzvahs have played on the same NFL field. And never has such a pair played against one another. Until Sunday– when Geoffrey Schwartz, an offensive linesman for the Kansas City Chiefs takes the field against...
Via Waiting For Next Year
October 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Steady Schwartz improving

BEREA, Ohio-- The plan was to find a bookend for perennial Pro Bowl left tackle Joe Thomas to play right tackle for the Browns. So far, so good. The Browns used a second-round pick to take 6-5, 320 pound Mitchell Schwartz out of Cal in the 2012 NFL Draft. He didn't make it to the Pro Bowl as Thomas did in his rookie season, but he was voted to the Pro Football Writer's Association...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
August 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Pat Shurmur Contiues to be High on RT Mitchell Schwartz

It’s tough to play the offensive line in this league. I think he also has crossed those hurdles as you go through the offseason. This will be his first game as a pro. I anticipate he’s going to battle. I anticipate he’ll have a winning performance. If he makes mistakes along the way, we’ll get them fixed and keep moving. [...] I think he’s a guy that started and played...
Via Waiting For Next Year
September 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Browns believe Schwartz will solidify O-line

The quarterback was most watched. The running back was penciled in as a starter shortly after minicamp started. But the third -- and least known and least glamorous -- of the Browns top three draft picks in April might have just as much affect on the teams growth this 2012 season. Right tackle Mitchell Schwartz is that important. Because the Browns offensive struggles last season...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
June 26, 2012  |  Discuss

Joe Thomas: Mitchell Schwartz Has Better Technique Than I Did

For a guy coming in as a rookie, [Mitchell Schwartz] has great technique. He’s a technician. I think he’s got better technique than I did when I was a rookie. [...] He’s very impressive. His level of detail, study-wise, is also impressive. I don’t think he’s had a mental error yet. As a rookie, that’s impressive, to be running with the ‘Ones.’ - Cleveland Browns...
Via Waiting For Next Year
June 08, 2012  |  Discuss

Browns expect rookie Schwartz to step up

The Browns went into the offseason determined to bolster three critical parts of the offense -- quarterback, running back and protection for both. General manager Tom Heckert took care of the first two parts of the mission in the first round when he drafted Trent Richardson third and Brandon Weeden 22nd. Heckert then got Richardson and Weeden a bodyguard when he used his third choice...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
June 02, 2012  |  Discuss

Rookie Schwartz essential to Browns' improved blocking

BEREA, Ohio -- The Browns went into the offseason determined to bolster three critical parts of the offense -- quarterback, running back and protection for both. General Manager Tom Heckert took care of the first two parts of the mission in the first round when he drafted Trent Richardson third and Brandon Weeden 22nd. Heckert then got Richardson and Weeden a bodyguard when he...
Via Pro Sports Daily
May 31, 2012  |  Discuss

Browns Sign 2nd Round Pick Mitchell Schwartz

The Cleveland Browns continue to lock up their 11 picks from last month’s draft, with 2nd rounder Mitchell Schwartz reportedly the latest to come to terms on a deal. The big offensive lineman from Cal is expected to fill the hole at the right tackle spot, which has been a revolving door opposite Joe Thomas for several years now. As with the other picks, Schwartz’s deal is a four...
Via Waiting For Next Year
May 11, 2012  |  Discuss
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