So much attention is placed on the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis that it is easy to forget about the pro days. Every team has them and some players hold their own. The importance of them for a team increases each year as players opt to do less at the combine.
These days, choosing to do passing drills in a controlled environment with receivers you know and trust is the norm for quarterbacks. Having your own coach hold the stopwatch and running on a field you are familiar with is becoming more common amongst running backs.
With these pro days becoming increasingly more important, the Cleveland Browns must travel thousands of miles to make sure they evaluate every bit of each player.
Some have passed and others are still to come but each holds its own individual importance to Cleveland’s draft.
Here are some of the most important pro days for the Browns.