Two more rumors related to the Cleveland Browns were just floated around. First, let's start with former Browns safety Brodney Pool. Pool was not one of the players to receive a tender from the Browns before Friday, so he became a free agent. According to Pro Football Talk, Pool might be scheduled to meet with the St. Louis Rams on Monday.
I didn't mind Pool as a player, but he never really reached the level of being an above average safety. With his history of concussions, I'm more than willing to address the safety position in the draft. The free agent pool has thinned out, with Antrel Rolle signing with the Giants and Kerry Rhodes being dealt to the Arizona Cardinals.
Veteran offensive tackle Tony Pashos is on his way to Cleveland to visit the Browns, a league source with knowledge of the situation confirmed tonight. Pashos completed a visit with the Washington Redskins, but no deal was completed and he's moving on to visit the Browns.
It's sort of surprising that we are getting the opportunity to meet with Pashos, because a few hours earlier there were reports that he had a done deal with the Redskins. Pashos, 29 years old, has started in 54 of his 69 career games. He played for the San Francisco 49ers last year but his season ended early after he broke his left shoulder blade.