Cleveland Browns: 3 players to watch during Thursday’s Combine drills
By Grant Puskar
With new Cleveland Browns GM Andrew Berry at the head of office, he will be paying close attention at the combine while looking to add promising young talent.
While many people sit patiently and wait for the new NFL season to officially kick off this September, the offseason never sleeps as we get ready to watch the 2020 NFL Combine. Many young athletes are invited to the combine to showcase their skills and ultimately hope to impress scouts and GMs across the league to chase their dream of playing in the National Football League.
New Cleveland Browns general manager Andrew Berry will be scouting and getting to know some of these young athletes throughout the combine, looking to add to this young and exciting roster that the Browns have currently.
With Thursday being a busy day with tons of talent being evaluated, here is a look at three players to keep an eye on for the Browns during Thursday’s combine drills.
No. 3: Thaddeus Moss, Tight End, LSU
It has been said that the Browns have “big plans” for their current tight end David Njoku. With that being said, it goes without saying that they could definitely use some help at the position, especially if Njoku continues to struggle.
Thaddeus Moss, son of NFL legend Randy Moss is a tight end who is known for his pass-catching as well as his want and will to block. “Absolutely, I’d rather block. I took pride in that all year,” said Moss via Nate Davis of USA Today, when asked if he would rather catch a pass or block. Moss went for 47 catches, 570 yards, and 4 touchdowns in 2019 at LSU. If the Browns draft Moss, look for him to impact the game in multiple ways.