The Browns did nothing in the draft to address their issues at the receiver position. Since the draft, they’ve done plenty.
Armstrong, who has played for the Redskins, Dolphins, Jaguars, and Cowboys, participated in the team’s rookie minicamp on a tryout basis. Out of football in 2013, he racked up 871 receiving yards as a rookie with Washington in 2010, Kyle Shanahan’s first year as the team’s offensive coordinator.
He’s surely a long-shot to make the 53-man roster, but the Browns have a need and now Armstrong has a job.