Here are the players the Browns have been interested in, according to our friends at TFY Draft Preview. By "interest", it typically means that a team has a scout tracking that particular player. We've linked profiles from TFY and the various college sites for these players. If you want to learn more about a player, try using the "Search for Stories on (Player)" link in the bottom left of each profile on TheInsiders college sites. Even if there isn't much in that profile, you can usually learn a lot about a player by reading the stories you find via this link.
TFY is helping us track the Browns interests while at the Senior Bowl and will be providing us with insight as the week goes on. There are additional offensive linemen the team is tracking beyond those listed below. More as the week goes on...
In alphabetical order, these are the players attracting the Browns interest during today's workouts:
Jeremy Bridges, Offensive Tackle, Southern Miss
Projects to a guard at the pro level and it probably a developmental project.
Michael Haynes, Defensive End, Penn State
TFY Profile LionsNews.com Profile
Another quick defensive end, who is rising fast up the draft charts. TFY tells us that the Browns have set up an interview with Haynes.
Victor Hobson, Linebacker, Michigan
TFY Profile GoBlueWolverine.com Profile
Smallish linebacker who might slide down the draft boards. The 2002 draft tells us that Butch Davis doesn't have a problem drafting exactly this type of player.
Bennie Joppru, Tight End, Michigan
6'-5" tight end who caught 47 passes in 2002 for the Wolverines and was team co-captain.
Calvin Pace, Defensive End, Wake Forest
TFY Profile DeaconSports.com Profile
All-American defensive end, plays with a lot of heart and holds the Deacon record for tackles for negative yardage. A game-dominating DE at within the ACC.
Dave Ragone, Quarterback, Louisville
TFY Profile InsideTheVille.com Profile
The St. Ignatius product has attracted the interest of the team, according to TFYDraft. Ragone doesn't have the strongest arm, but is a bright quarterback who seems to have good command of what is happening on the field.
Marcus Trufant, CB, Washington State
TFY Profile CougFan.com Article
A tremendous shut-down corner for Washington State, who didn't get a lot of attention because opponents gave up on throwing to his side. A likely first-round pick in the NFL draft.