Remember when draft picks signing a new contracts was an actual news story? These days, rookie training camp holdouts are mercifully part of the past, and agreements are rather ho-hum affairs.
Washington State’s Xavier Cooper was attractive enough to the Browns that they traded up late in the third round to grab him. Cooper finished 2014 with 37 tackles (9.5 for loss) and five sacks. Here was our breakdown of the selection.
Johnson, a team captain at Mississippi State, is often listed as a tight end, but was used as an H-Back/Fullback as well, and was the team’s fourth leading receiver in 2014 with 28 catches for 380 yards and three touchdowns.
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