Greg Little, WR
Greg Little was far from a WR1 while with the Browns. The former North Carolina WR was Cleveland’s second-round pick in 2011. When he was drafted, there wasn’t any wide recievers on the roster the Browns could truly rely on and build with, so Clevleand definitely needed help.
Unfortunately, Little didn’t meet expectations and failed to be a quality starting WR the team was hoping for.
He spent his three seasons in Cleveland before getting signed by the Oakland Raiders. However, Little didn’t play for them and then he spent a year with AFC North rival Cincinnati Bengals.
Little tried to extend his playing career further with the Buffalo Bills but nothing came from that. In four NFL seasons, Little caught 161 receptions for 1,890 yards and eight tuchdowns. He was certainly the journeyman wide receiver.
Even though Little had his chances, for as promising as he was being Cleveland’s second pick, for whatever reason Little couldn’t find a home even as a special teams player.
Had Little played with a better quarterback, perhaps his NFL career would have lasted longer… maybe even to the point where he’d be on a team’s roster right now.
Instead, Little may be best remembered catching passes from former Browns quarterback and current Washington Redskins’ backup quarterback Colt McCoy.