The 2017 NFL Combine is still going on in Indianapolis this week, and the players and prospects are getting the spotlight this weekend as they test their speed, strength, and agility.

But as coaches and front office members of each NFL team hit the podium, stories arose from Indy.

Wondering if you missed anything this week from the Cleveland Browns? We’ve got the best stories for you right here:

1. Report: Josh Gordon To Apply For Reinstatement

Gordon, who has been suspended for 43 of the last 48 games that could’ve played in, has been very active on social media in recent weeks posting pictures and videos of his workouts.

2. Browns Don’t Tag Terrelle Pryor But Will Meet With His Agents At Combine; Re-Signing Him A Priority According To Sashi Brown

In addition, Hue Jackson said that he hopes the decision that Terrelle Pryor makes is the right one. Basically, Jackson is hoping that Pryor takes the risk and stays with the Browns.

3. Browns Will Listen To Offers For No. 1 Pick In The Draft But It Doesn’t Mean They’ll Trade It

“We’re going to responsibly listen to any opportunities that are out there,” Sashi Brown said Wednesday at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. “I think we have to do that. It’s not a design of ours. We would have to wait and see what might come, and what player might be available there as we get through this process.”

4. Size Matters At QB To Browns Head Coach Hue Jackson But Mentor’s Mitch Trubisky Measured Up At NFL Combine

This, to go along with a Mary Kay Cabot report on explaining that the Browns are “strongly considering” taking Trubisky first overall. The Mentor native measured up at 6-foot-2 at the Combine this week.

5. Hue Jackson Continues Browns’ Quest For Elusive Franchise QB At NFL Combine


The Browns plan to meet with DeShaun Watson, DeShone Kizer, Mitch Trubisky, and Pat Mahomes this week in Indianapolis as they begin to peel away the layers beyond what they’ve already seen on film. Head coach Hue Jackson admitted that they have an idea who they like the most, but with 8 weeks to go before the draft, a lot can change before then.


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