BEREA â€“ The Browns drafted a pair of receivers in the second round Saturday, but arenâ€™t finished trying to improve the position.
According to a league source, veteran Drew Bennett will visit Browns headquarters today and work out.
Bennett (6-foot-5, 196 pounds) will be 31 when the season starts. Heâ€™s been in the league eight years and has started 58 games. He broke his foot last year and played only one game with the Rams, catching one pass for 4 yards.
Bennettâ€™s best season was in 2004 with Tennessee, when he caught 80 passes for 1,247 yards and 11 touch-downs.
Ohio Stateâ€™s Brian Robiskie and Georgiaâ€™s Mohamed Massaquoi were drafted 36th and 50th.
ï¬ Texas Tech quarterback Graham Harrell will participate in the Browns rookie minicamp this weekend. He doesnâ€™t have a contract, but could earn one with a successful camp.
Harrell (6-2, 223) built quite a resume with the Red Raiders, but lacks the ideal size, athleticism and arm strength for the NFL.
He finished fourth in vot-ing for the Heisman Trophy in 2008 and is the only player in NCAA history to throw for more than 5,000 yards twice. His 134 touch-down passes are a major college record, and the 15,793 passing yards rank second.
He was a finalist for the Draddy Trophy, given to the nationâ€™s top scholar-athlete.
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