2011 NFL Mock Draft: Browns Hosting Handful Of Prospects This Week

We already mentioned this morning that the Browns will be hosting Texas A&M linebacker Von Miller for a workout on Monday and Tuesday, but now it turns out that he is just one of a handful of players that the Browns will host for a workout this week. According to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com, the Browns will also be hosting wide receivers A.J. Green and Julio Jones, among others.

It's a big week for the Browns as they'll host some of the biggest names in the draft, including  receivers A.J. Green and Julio Jones, cornerbacks Patrick Peterson and Prince Amukamara and defensive linemen Da'Quan Bowers.

Other top prospects expected to visit include quarterback Cam Newton and defensive tackles Marcell Dareus and Nick Fairley.

That;s just about every name that has been mentioned in the top-ten of the draft, except for Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert. I'm not a math major, but based on how may prospects they brought in, one of the players they interview will have to be available at the No. 6 overall pick. So this may be the group of players that the Browns are picking from.

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