It seemed unusual that the Cleveland Browns had scheduled or had visits and workouts with all of the top quarterbacks except for Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater. It's been known for a couple of weeks that the Browns held a private workout with him, but a visit had not been reported -- that is, until today, when Ian Rapoport of NFL.com tweeted out the following:
The Browns have now used 7/30 of their pre-draft visits in Berea on quarterbacks, which is about as big of a green light as you can get that the team is thinking quarterback with one of their top picks. Bridgewater joins Johnny Manziel, Blake Bortles, Derek Carr, A.J. McCarron, and Aaron Murray as the quarterbacks who have had both visits and workouts with the Browns. The highest-rated quarterback with a private workout but not a reported visit is Eastern Illinois' Jimmy Garoppolo.