Browns to evaluate Smith closer in private session as they decide what to do with the sixth overall pick.
Cleveland are to give a a private workout to West Virginia Quarterback Geno Smith, as they continue to evaluate all options ahead of the upcoming draft.
With Kansas City leaning towards drafting an offensive lineman with the first overall pick, there are a number of teams in need of a QB that will be looking closely at Geno Smith.
Oakland have already given Smith a closer look in a private session, and it seems Cleveland are the next team to do so, as they look to the future of the franchise.
Despite drafting Brandon Weeden last year in the first round, it is clear that new owner Jimmy Haslam has a different idea at who he wants as his franchise Quarterback, and Smith could be that man.
The Browns hold the sixth pick in the draft, whereas the Raiders hold the third. If Cleveland do want to select the 22 year-old, they may have to trade up to secure him, or play a nervous waiting game that could very easily backfire.
With a number of teams expressing interest in the rookie signal caller, it would seem that whoever wants him, may just be calling up Kansas, and asking them to swap picks come April 23rd.