Despite health issues that have scared away some teams, the Browns are going to workout out Da’Quan Bowers in the next few weeks. Here’s the latest on the injured player and what the Browns may be thinking.
According to Peter King of Sports Illustrated and Todd McShay of ESPN, Bowers is completely off of two different NFL teams’ boards as he failed two physicals and failed to show adequate progress in the healing process.
Cleveland is scheduled to meet with Bowers on April 11th and 12th which rules the Browns out of potential teams that Bowers has previously fallen away from. Cleveland has a significant need for a pass rusher as the team will move to a 4-3 defense and currently does not employ a true defensive end on the roster.
Injury concerns have to play a role in Cleveland’s decision to take a look at Bowers. Considering the draft history of Mike Holmgren and Tom Heckert, it is hard to predict how the Browns may approach Bowers and even how much of an impact his injury will really have on the front office.
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