Brad Maynard

#7P,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 188
Born:
College: Ball State
Birth Place: Tipton, Indiana
Draft: 1997 3rd round (35th pick) by the
  • Cleveland Browns Training Camp 2017: QB Preview, Part 2
    Dawgs By Nature

    Cleveland Browns Training Camp 2017: QB Preview, Part 2

    In Part 1 of our QB preview for the Cleveland Browns, we looked at the top two players on the depth chart in Cody Kessler and Brock Osweiler. Now in Part 2, we look at one player who could offer serious competition (DeShone Kizer) and another who is probably just going to end up being a camp arm (Kevin Hogan). 3. DeShone Kizer - Rookie QB Height: 6-4 | Weight: 233 lbs | Age: 21 Experience: Rookie | College: Notre Dame Taken in the 2nd round of this year’s draft, Kizer was the 52nd overall pick. Looking at all four quarterbacks on the roster, that makes Kizer the highest pick on the team, since Osweiler was taken 57th overall back in 2012 by the Denver Broncos. Considering that no one on Cleveland’s

  • Browns flashback: scouting reports on Joe Thomas got it right
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    Browns flashback: scouting reports on Joe Thomas got it right

    Joe Thomas is one of the NFL’s top talents regardless of position and he has been since entering the league as the No. 3 overall pick back in 2007. He sure seemed like a no-brainer as a prospect coming out of Wisconsin. Most of the scouting reports were glowing, though each did feature some negatives. What did the scouting reports have to say about the future Hall of Famer? The analysts at ESPN liked the pick for Cleveland in their immediate post-draft breakdown. After noting his experience at a program noted for producing NFL-ready offensive linemen, “Thomas gets into his pass set quickly, uses his long arms to ride edge rushers past the quarterback and can counter when ends try to redirect

  • Andrew Hawkins shows class, rewards old Browns teammates
    Browns Wire

    Andrew Hawkins shows class, rewards old Browns teammates

    Andrew Hawkins might not be on the Cleveland Browns roster any longer, but the wide receiver is not easily forgotten by his former team. “Hawk” continues to be a part of the franchise even as he now earns paychecks in New England. Browns wide receivers coach Al Saunders recently revealed how much mutual respect there is between Hawkins and his old team. As noted by Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal, Saunders stays in close contact with Cleveland: “I probably talk to him once every week. In fact, this is what kind of kid he is and what a special guy he is. The other day we come in the receiver meeting room and there’s sandals for everybody. He got a picture of every single coach, [assistant