NFL teams that missed out on a talented 2015 crop of pass rushers could have one final opportunity to land a rookie with the 6-foot-5, 238 pound Caldwell taking steps to make himself eligible for the 2015 Supplemental Draft. The well-traveled Caldwell dominated the Gulf South Conference last year, recording 18.5 tackles for loss and 12 sacks.
Washington Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan baited the hook on Monday, and the Cleveland Browns could be ready to bite on a deal for the No. 5 pick Thursday if Oregon QB Marcus Mariota is still on the board.
Wide receivers Amari Cooper and DeVante Parker were among 28 prospects who had a close-up with the Cleveland Browns. In total, 12 of the Browns' unofficial list of prospect visits involved wide receivers and defensive backs.
What in the name of Spergon Wynn will the Cleveland Browns do at quarterback in 2015? If you believe head coach Mike Pettine, the team blueprint involves Johnny Manziel. And Josh McCown. And Connor Shaw. And ... Marcus Mariota? Why not, the coach said Tuesday.
Cleveland is the only team in the 2015 draft with a pair of top-20 picks, but based on the Browns history, that is no guarantee it will be a productive event for the franchise. How would you invest the team's 10 picks in 2015?