Browns No Longer Interested in WR Dez Bryant?

According to a “source” (we all love those, don’t we?) close to the team, the Browns areGeorgia v Oklahoma State no longer interested in Oklahoma State wide receiver Dez Bryant. He was scheduled to visit Cleveland on Wednesday, but that’s apparently no longer happening. It is assumed that it is most likely because of Bryant’s character issues that some see as a potential problem for him on draft day.

Personally, this is fine by me. The last thing the Browns need is a guy with character issues and I never really believed the Browns were all that interested in drafting Bryant with the seventh overall pick. If the Browns do decide to keep that pick, something tells me that the team values other positions over wide receiver. Not to mention, the team burned two second-round picks last season on wide receivers Brian Robiskie and Mohamed Massaquoi.

Topics: 2010 NFL Draft, Cleveland Browns, Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State, Pick, Wide Receiver

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