The Browns have inked two of their 2020 NFL Draft picks in Harrison Bryant and Donovan Peoples-Jones. Both players signed four-year deals per ESPN’s Field Yates and are the first to sign rookie deals.
Bryant was the 115th overall pick in April after winning the John Mackey Award during his final year at Florida Atlantic. He had 65 catches for 1,004 yards and seven touchdowns last year. Bryant will be learning behind veterans Austin Cooper and David Njoku. These three could end up the most talented group in the NFL.
Peoples-Jones set highs of 47 catches, 612 yards, and eight touchdowns while at Michigan in 2018. 2019was not a better year for the talented wideout. The Browns hope that the talent he showed when he went to Michigan is what they drafted in the sixth round. He should be able to help on special teams as he did return two punts for touchdowns in college. Urban Meyer called the young wideout a top ten talent that was held back by the Michigan offense.
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