Browns have zeroed in on choice with No. 1 draft pick

However, overlooked Tre'Davious White out of LSU, though slender in frame, could be a good corner as well as an addition to special teams.

One of the only criticisms of Garrett is that it appeared he took plays off during his three seasons in college.

"It's got to be a two-way street, " Titans general manager Jon Robinson said at the NFL Combine. "What I've heard about him he's a great player and a great person". "We learned a lot about what makes him tick, what motivates him, how he spends his down time, how he spends his time with his teammates". Peppers was primarily used as a nickel cornerback as a sophomore in 2015.

A Texas A&M student is using Twitter to try to get the former Aggies defensive end to go with her to the school's Southside Semi Formal on Saturday.

Brown said "no" when asked if the team will trade for a veteran quarterback. But if the Browns don't pull the trigger on a trade, there are sure to be other teams in the market. In games, whether returning a punt for a touchdown or a fumble on a 2-point conversion, he simply looked like a blur at times.

Peppers didn't play in Michigan's 33-32 loss to Florida State in the Orange Bowl because of an injured left hamstring, but has proven he's healthy during a string of visits with National Football League teams.

Such is the case for the San Francisco 49ers, who own the second overall pick in this year's draft. He also had four sacks, one interception and forced a fumble.

"We've said the draft is going to be the pipeline". Carolina would be more than willing to move down given its handful of needs heading into the draft, which takes place in Philadelphia on April 27-29.

Haden, a two-time Pro Bowl cornerback, said he would be "super-excited" to see Garrett join the Browns' defense.

"We've narrowed it down", Brown said, without letting on.

Brown said the team has received calls about a possible trade for the No. 1 pick, but indicated the Browns will likely keep it, and that they've zeroed in on who they want.

Draft BPA: Best Player Available is a false narrative.

It's one of the reasons why I'm convinced that Myles Garrett will be a Brown.

Brown said he was "impressed" by Trubisky, whom he described as "a positive young man, bright, very competitive" and has a "lunchbox, blue-collar mentality to the position". The Browns can take a quarterback with the 12th pick. EVP Sashi Brown and GM Andrew Berry all but confirmed it in today's press conference when their facial expressions gave it away while talking about Garrett. Head coach Hue Jackson demands accuracy, and that would give Trubisky the edge over Deshaun Watson and DeShone Kizer.

The Browns also have the first pick of the second round, at 33rd overall and there is a lot of discussion on who Cleveland could select. Many don't think he'll return after the season when he becomes a free agent.

  • Julie Sanders