With their fifth round pick (160th overall), the Cleveland Browns selected their second offensive lineman in the draft, Ryan Miller out of Colorado. These 2012 NFL Draft results do not exactly line up with where Miller was slated to fall, as he was projected by the pundits to go somewhere in the sixth round.
Miller is an enormous guard, standing at 6-foot-7 and carrying over 300 pounds. He's a four-year starter, who is relatively quick and has great strength. The arguments against Miller is that he stumbled his last couple years, but has largely been considered worth the gamble in the draft due to some of the dominance he displayed early in his college career.
The Cleveland Browns have four picks remaining with two in the sixth (204 and 205) and two in the seventh (245 and 247).
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