As I am doing research for dynasty rookie drafts, I come across some articles and notes from local reporters on lesser-covered or off the beaten track rookies at training camps…or just nice observation notes on all the young players. I’m going to share some of them with you on players you might be interested in…
Some nice quick hit notes on several Browns players from minicamp. Everyone I’ve spoken with has been glowing about Myles Garrett’s first rookie camp.
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Category Archives: Cleveland
tags — Corey Coleman, dynasty rookie draft, Seth DeValve, ppr Jordan Payton, sleeper, Cody Kessler, IDP, Danny Shelton Twitter @CFBMetrics A nice update, with some grainy video, on the Browns’ OTAs…and it touches on several rookies — Corey Coleman, Seth DeValve, Jordan Payton, and Cody Kessler among others. It also shows the new and […].. Continue reading→
tags — Seth DeValve, dynasty rookie draft, NFL Draft, fantasy football Twitter @CFBMetrics Some insider quotes and background from the Browns’ personnel department on what they saw, what they were thinking on the semi-shocking draft pick of Seth DeValve. Some interesting nuggets. Link: Cleveland Browns.com: Quotes and Notes on the Browns’ drafting Seth DeValve […].. Continue reading→
tags — Emmanuel Ogbah, Dynasty Rookie Draft, Corey Coleman, PPR, Ricardo Louis, Fantasy, Jordan Payton rookie rankings Twitter @CFBMetrics, @FFMetrics I came across this ESPN story the other day, and I had not realized that the worldwide leader gave the Browns a shockingly low draft grade. Well, we gave them the best draft grade from 2016…one […].. Continue reading→
tags — Seth DeValve, rookie rankings, NFL Draft, PPR, hybrid, dynasty rookie draft, browns, Gary Barnidge Twitter @CFBMetrics TE Seth DeValve, Princeton 6.0 receptions for 65.1 yards per game the past three seasons. Played only 17 games the past three years due to two corrective foot surgeries. Initially went to Princeton as a WR, […].. Continue reading→
Twitter @CFBMetrics NFL Draft 2014: WR Chandler Jones, San Jose State Chandler Jones had 50+ receptions per season for four straight seasons at San Jose State…he’s the first player in NCAA history to accomplish such a feat. He was also third in the nation in receiving TDs last year. With all that…he still went undrafted. […].. Continue reading→
Twitter @CFBMetrics This is a nice piece (below) on the Cleveland Browns’ diminutive, highly-mobile, future franchise QB…Connor Shaw. You probably think I am joking…I am mostly not. I wouldn’t bet on it, because this is the same NFL franchise that took Johnny Manziel on purpose. I’ve said it, and written it, dozens of time this […].. Continue reading→
Twitter @CFBMetrics I think South Carolina QB Connor Shaw was the best UDFA signing of 2014. Not because he is the single best player (but he is really good), but because he is the perfect backup to Johnny Manziel. They are a similar-ish style of QB, which keeps offensive continuity…I don’t understand why teams do […].. Continue reading→