NFL Experience: 2
Glad to see Savage adding depth as soon as possible, but you'd have to imagine it's a long shot for this kid to make our team. He's a step behind the rest of our players, and wasn't on a team during training camp to begin with. Obviously, this signing was made after we were unable to acquire Derrick Strait since Lee Suggs failed his physical.
Here is some information on LeSueur from back in 2004 when he was in the process of being drafted. He ran the 40 in 4.53 seconds in February of 2004, but it went up to 4.65 seconds in on March 31st, 2004.
In college, he lined up against the likes of Michael Jenkins (Atlanta) and Lee Evans (Buffalo). LeSueur also has some experience as a kickoff returner in college during his junior year of college, when he averaged 22.4 yards per return. However, the Browns are pretty settled with their kick return game. He had two interceptions in his final college season, with one of them going for a touchdown.
Also, to follow up on an earlier rumor about William Green possibly being traded due to speculation from what was heard on Sirius Radio, those rumors are false. The OBR's Barry McBride had his people get in touch with Sirius, and they stated that no such thing was ever said.