Browns bring wide receiver Corey Davis in for a visit

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One of these days, the Browns are going to acquire a quarterback. Assuming they do, they’ll want to find someone he can throw it to.

According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Browns are visiting with Western Michigan wide receiver Corey Davis today and tomorrow.

The 6-foot-3, 209-pound Davis left college as the NCAA’s all-time leader in receiving yards (5,285) and he had 19 receiving touchdowns last year alone (the Browns had 15).

Cleveland brought Kenny Britt in during free agency to replace Terrelle Pryor, and 2016 first-rounder Corey Coleman has shown some promise as a slot receiver. But unless Josh Gordon is coming back, it’s clearly a unit that could use another top target, for whomever ends up throwing it to them.

8 responses to “Browns bring wide receiver Corey Davis in for a visit

  1. WRs usually take about 3yrs to see what you have at the NFL level. You cant expect 4th-5th round WRs to come in and be all stars. ‘Its a process.’

  2. They did draft 4 last year. They rarely saw the field. Not entirely sure why, on a tanked season, you wouldn’t get the new guys some reps. Coleman got snaps when he was healthy. Lewis got some snaps in a few games. The other 2, I can’t even remember their names w/o going back and looking.

    Doesn’t matter how many picks we accumulate if we miss. Hopefully that didn’t happen again, last year.

  3. One of these days, the Browns are going to acquire a quarterback.
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    I assume you mean a talented franchise caliber QB. No they won’t. They’ll never have that.

    Why? Because they don’t keep coaches long enough to develop the QB’s.

  4. Need a QB to THROW the ball and O-line to block..the Browns have their priorities messed up. Now instead of drafting poor players, they think their the next New England patriots and accumulate draft picks. AT SOME POINT you have to drfat GOOD, PRODUCTIVE PLAYERS!

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