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Round One potential draftee is already NFL-ready"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Daily Dawg ChowRufio’s PlaybookOT Greg Little: How Would Drafting this Player Make the Browns Better? New Nate Orchard Jersey Stitched ,6commentsRound One potential draftee is already NFL-ready ESTShareTweetShareShareOT Greg Little: How Would Drafting this Player Make the Browns Better? a DBN exclusive seriesThe Browns may or may not need a RT or LT this year. They recently signed incumbent LT Greg Robinson to a one-year extension who at the time was being paid at the NFL minimum and then proceeded to have a banner year while playing only half the season as the starter. On the other side, RT Chris Hubbard was paid a king’s ransom and has not played up to expectations. Plus, Cleveland could save quite a bit from his original $36.5 million contract if they let him go. Which would make a job opening. OT Desmond Harrison was inserted as the starter but was sidelined with an illness and viewed as erratic and now positioned as a backup. The two highest-rated OTs in this year’s draft are Alabama’s Jonah Williams and Jawaan Taylor of Florida. Both should be gone once the Browns select at number 17 in the first-round, but if either would happen to slide expect GM John Dorsey to knock everyone down in order to get Cleveland’s card up to the podium. Little was a three-year starter in the tough SEC against tough competition and shined. Even if the Browns kept both Robinson and Hubbard, a year of learning is exactly what an offensive lineman should have anyway. Regardless, once Little consumes the playbook he would be ready to take on either side. The Browns currently are on the fringe of one of the best offensive lines in the NFL, and adding Little would simply add more strength to an already strong position. He is dynamic in pass blocking with a huge, beefy body and extremely strong. If the Browns did indeed draft him in the first-round, Little would secure either tackle spot for the next 10 years. He could start year one or become a solid backup waiting for his turn to become one of the anchors. Specifics: College: Ole MissHeight: 6’-6”Weight: 325 pounds 40-time: 5.33Career Games: 32Positives: Loaded with athleticismThree-year starter in the tough SECExcellent pass blockerLong arms and big handsUnlimited potentialFirst Team All-SEC 2018Second Team All-SEC 2017Second Team All-American 2018Has played LT and RTFather played for the Buccaneers as a LBNegatives: ConsistencyGood but not great run blockerSlow-footed at timesExpert Draft Site AnalysisBleacherreport.comThe key to keeping the QB safe is drafting offensive linemen. Ole Miss’ Greg Little has excellent length, size and power, and he has the foundation to play either left or right tackle. His impact in the run game would be felt immediately as he clears out second-level linebackers and opens up the middle of the field. Finding an offensive tackle with starting talent in Round 1 is a steal they can’t pass on.If the Browns resign Robinson and kept Hubbard and Little is available with the 17th pick, should Cleveland land Little as depth and a future starter? A few other former Browns earned them too."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Daily Dawg ChowRufio’s PlaybookBrowns LB Joe Schobert, S Derrick Kindred earn proven performance escalator (PPE) for 2019New Desmond Harrison Jersey Stitched ,24commentsA few other former Browns earned them too.ESTShareTweetShareShareBrowns LB Joe Schobert, S Derrick Kindred earn proven performance escalator (PPE) for 2019David Dermer-USA TODAY SportsFirst, let’s explain what we mean by “proven performance escalator (PPE).” It applies to players selected anywhere between rounds 3-7 of the NFL Draft who have met one of the following criteria:played in 35% of the snaps in two of his first three seasonsposted a cumulative average of 35% of snaps in his first three seasonsSince the criteria waits three years, that means we have to look back at players from the 2016 NFL Draft. The players on the Cleveland Browns who would have been eligible for the escalator are: DE Carl Nassib, OT Shon Coleman, QB Cody Kessler, LB Joe Schobert, WR Ricardo Louis, S Derrick Kindred, TE Seth DeValve, WR Jordan Payton, OT Spencer Drango, WR Rashard Higgins Youth E.J. Gaines Jersey , CB Trey Caldwell, and LB Scooby Wright. The only players who are still on the team are Schobert, Louis, Kindred, DeValve, and Higgins — but Higgins doesn’t count because he was not on his original rookie contract after having been cut once.Let’s look at the players who got it: Schobert and Kindred.Joe Schobert - 4th Round Pick in 2016Year% SnapsPlayedTeamGamesYear% SnapsPlayedTeamGamesDerrick Kindred - 5th Round Pick in 2016Year% SnapsPlayedTeamGamesYear% SnapsPlayedTeamGamesRegardless of what Schobert or Kindred did in 2018, we knew they would earn the PPE because. Why? Even if Schobert had missed every snap last season, his big playing time in 2017 meant that his three-year total was at least going to come to 60% of the snaps. For Kindred, he played in 35% or more of the snaps in each of his first two seasons, automatically qualifying him.Schobert’s and Kindred’s base salaries for 2019 were originally set to be $720,200 each. The NFLPA database now lists their 2019 base salary as $2,025,000 Youth Tyrod Taylor Jersey , an increase of $1.31 million per player. Over The Cap agrees with our assessment for this year’s PPEs.Players Who Didn’t Get ItThe candidates who didn’t attain the escalator were Louis and DeValve. Louis played in 30.7% of the snaps in 2016, and 53.5% of the snaps in 2017. He basically needed to play 35% of the snaps in 2018 to qualify, but suffered a season-ending neck injury before the year started.DeValve played in 9.1% of the snaps in 2016, then saw an uptick in 2017 with 49.7% of the snaps. However, he was de-valued in 2018, and only played in 9% of the snaps for an overall three-year total of 22.66%.Coleman and Nassib, who are no longer with the Browns, earned the PPE due to their playing time with Cleveland. Coleman is currently a member of the 49ers, while Nassib is with the Buccaneers.Looking Into the FutureLooking forward to next year DT Larry Ogunjobi is the only remaining candidate who can receive the PPE. Odds are, he will receive the PPE, based on his three-year average. Even if he didn’t play a single snap in 2019, his three-year snap average would be about 35.7%.

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