Cleveland Browns: John Dorsey’s round-by-round draft history
2013: Nico Johnson, Linebacker
Nico Johnson never gained much footing in the NFL, playing three seasons in his career. He played six games for the Chiefs, making seven total tackles. The final two seasons of his career he moved to three different teams. In his career, Johnson played 18 games, making 23 total tackles, two tackles for loss, and one quarterback hit.
2014: De’Anthony Thomas, Running Back/Wide Receiver
There were a lot of expectations for De’Anthony Thomas coming out of college because of his athleticism. Although he did not have a true position, he showed plenty of playmaking ability. However, he has not been the same type of playmaker in the NFL. In 55 career games, Thomas has caught 64 receptions for 503 yards and a touchdown. He also has rushed the ball 29 times for 186 yards and two touchdowns.
2015: Ramik Wilson, Linebacker
Ramik Wilson is another player who may not be an impact linebacker, but has built a good career as a reserve and special teams player. He played three seasons for the Chiefs and made 111 total tackles, 12 tackles for loss, one forced fumble, and one interception in 30 games. In 2018, he played all 16 games for the Rams, making 35 total tackles, three tackles for loss, and one forced fumble.
2016: Parker Ehringer, Guard
Parker Ehinger has not seen much time in the NFL, playing mostly as a reserve offensive lineman. He did not play a game in 2018 after suffering an injury. He has played six games in his career, including five starts.
2016: Eric Murray, Cornerback
Eric Murray has emerged as a strong special teams player and played a role on the Kansas City defense. He has the versatility to play safety and cover the slot. In 45 career games, including 11 starts, Murray has made 88 total tackles, three tackles for loss, one sack, one interception, and seven passes defensed. After being traded to the Browns this offseason, Murray should see a bigger role in Cleveland.
2016: Demarcus Robinson, Wide Receiver
Despite not being a key member of the explosive Kansas City offense, Demarcus Robinson has managed to find a role in the passing offense. After not registering a catch his rookie season, Robinson has played in all 32 games the last two seasons, including 13 starts, and has caught 43 passes for 500 yards and four touchdowns.
2017: Jehu Chesson, Wide Receiver
Jehu Chesson has emerged as more of a special teams player than receiver during his two-year career. Chesson was with the Chiefs for one season before being cut and signing with the Redskins. In 24 games, Chesson has caught three passes for 25 yards. He has also made three total tackles.
2018: Antonio Callaway, Wide Receiver
Similar to Hill, Antonio Callaway fell in the draft not because of talent, but because of off-field concerns. And although he has not become the explosive player that Hill has, Callaway showed the potential of being a playmaker during the second half of 2018. Callaway played all 16 games, catching 43 receptions for 586 and five touchdowns.