Tannehill Has “No Clue” if the Browns will Take Him or Not

With just two days left until the NFL Draft, Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill still has no indication if the Browns at No. 4 or Dolphins at No. 8 have any interest in drafting him Thursday night.

“I thought I would get some kind of feeling from the Browns or some other team, that they’d say something or hint at something that would give me a feeling on where I was going to go, but I really have no clue,” Tannehill said in a phone interview Monday. “I’m in the dark.”

Tannehill, the third-best quarterback in the draft behind Stanford’s Andrew Luck and Baylor’s Robert Griffin III, said he had a great visit to Cleveland on April 15 and 16 despite the fact he didn’t get to meet here with Browns President Mike Holmgren.

“My visit got delayed a couple of days because of bad weather here in Texas, so he would’ve been there if I would’ve gone when I was supposed to,” said Tannehill. “He actually had some obligations he had to go to.”

“There are a lot of similarities between the Browns offense and what we did at A&M,” Tannehill said. “We changed things up a little bit, just to be more up-tempo and things, but when we first started, we were a straight West Coast terminology, so I still have that in the back of my mind. When we started talking about that, I picked it up pretty fast.”

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One Response to “Tannehill Has “No Clue” if the Browns will Take Him or Not”

  1. Denolakes says:

    I don’t see Tannehill coming to the Browns at all. Too risky and too many needs to be filled with quality players. I do know this: all the draft pundits and experts are worthless — and should get a real job that deals with real life. The pre-draft projections and analysis followed by the inevitable post-draft grades and analysis are a colossal waste of time and resources — especially when made by guys who have never won an NFL game either by coaching or playing. Why would anyone waste an ounce of emotion on a sport played by millionaires? It is a business, an entertainment business, to be sure, but a business nonetheless.

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