Brownie Bits...great...now i'm hungry....off to the vending machine...hehehe
By Steve King/Medina County Gazette
Browns Team Report
June 20, 2003
RB William Green hit holes decisively in
minicamps, a skill that helped him turn around
his rookie season.
WR Andre King looked good in a recent minicamp.
He isn't overly fast or big, but he is smart,
runs excellent routes and has good hands. With
Frisman Jackson (broken foot) out indefinitely,
King must step up to claim the No. 5 receiver
spot behind Kevin Johnson, Quincy Morgan, Andre
Davis and Dennis Northcutt. King had just five
receptions last season.
The team has its fastest set of linebackers ever,
which should help overcome youth and inexperience
at the position. Kevin Bentley, Ben Taylor, Andra
Davis and Chaun Thompson all can run.
Offensive tackles analysis
This unit is representative of an improved
offense. RT Ryan Tucker added 10 to 15 pounds of
muscle in the offseason and is up to 330. He is a
push-the-pile, brute-force blocker essential to
the team's power running game. LT Ross Verba also
made offseason progress. He is bigger, stronger
and maybe even a little quicker, which should
help him against speed rushers. The top backups
are Joaquin Gonzalez and Chad Beasley, who both