Browns Draft DE Emmanuel Ogbah With 32nd Pick

Defensive end Carl Nassib has been selected by the Cleveland Browns in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft.

"I can do a little bit of everything, " he said.

Among the top players remaining on the board who could be available early in Friday's resumption of the draft include Baylor defensive tackle Andrew Billings, Oklahoma State defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah, Oklahoma wide receiver Sterling Shepard, Kansas State guard Cody Whitehair and Texas defensive tackle Hassan Ridgeway.

The maximum Corey Coleman will get in his 4-year rookie deal is $11,654,990, which includes a signing bonus of no more than $6,676,356. Coleman was the NCAA's 2015 Biletnikoff as the nation's top receiver leading the nation with 20 receiving touchdowns including 74 catches and 1,363 yards. A team in need of offensive help selected the player who was awarded for being the best receiver in the country.

"He's a tremendously productive, dynamic playmaker", Brown said.

But before the recent run, it only happened three times in the previous 19 years - 1999 (Tim Couch, Donovan McNabb), 1998 (Peyton Manning, Ryan Leaf) and 1993 (Drew Bledsoe, Rick Mirer). New head coach Hue Jackson should have fun scheming ways to get Coleman open deep down the field or on short passes that can use his speed and Griffin's ability to get the ball out quickly.

The Browns took DE/OLB Emmanuel Ogbah in the second round, so to address the position in back-to-back rounds shows that the team wanted to drastically upgrade the edges of the defense.

RGIII to Corey Coleman will be a real thing in Cleveland this year.

Brown said Coleman's speed, clocked at 4.38 seconds over 40 yards, was a huge factor. "And we had some debate today about whether or not we trade out and frankly the player was just too good to pass up on any other opportunities that were there".

Such a scenario would make sense if the Browns planned to take Cook with the first pick of Round two (No. 32) or in a trade-up to the back-end of the first round.

Technically, they still have Armonty Bryant on the team, but this along with his drug chargers he's now facing probably means he will be moved or released.

"This adds a number of young, passionate, competitive football players who have been tough and productive in their college careers", Brown said.

Cleveland has numerous holes to fill, but DePodesta said the goal this year is not to just horde picks for the future.

Cleveland traded out of the No. 8 spot in the first round, but opted to stay in place for the opening pick on Friday.

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