21. Mohamed Massaquoi
Mohamed Massaquoi played all four years in Cleveland and honestly was really bad. Over four seasons, Massaquoi caught 118 passes, for 1,745 yards and a whopping seven total touchdowns. Now normally I wouldn’t be so hard on a Browns player, but he was a second-round pick and selected just ahead of LeSean McCoy.
20. Greg Little
The Cleveland Browns are riddled with second-round wide receivers who didn’t live up to their draft position. Greg Little is just the next in line. Both Massaquoi and Little overlapped one another by two years, so condolences go out to those 2011 and 2012 season quarterbacks for having to throw to these two. Little caught 161 passes, for 1,890 yards and a smashing eight…..just eight…total touchdowns in four years. Brilliant.
19. Andre’ Davis
ANOTHER second-round wide receiver who failed to make an impact. Andre’ Davis was taken in the second round, three rounds ahead of another Cleveland Browns 2002 draftee, Andra Davis. Yup, that happened. Davis with the “e'” had a long NFL career, going eight seasons with the Browns, Patriots, Bills, and Texans. During his time with the Browns, Davis had 94 receptions, for 1,412 yards, and had 13 receiving touchdowns to his name.
18. Travis Benjamin
Hue Jackson and company didn’t like Travis Benjamin enough to retain him, letting him go to the Chargers. While with the Browns, Benjamin showed flashes of being the next great versatility player, having caught 109 receptions for1,683 yards and 10 receiving touchdowns He also had 857 punt return yards, three punt return touchdowns, and 470 kick returns years.
All together Benjamin had 3,105 total yards in his four years with the team. Had he been used more in the Pat Shurmur or Rod Chudzinski era, then maybe his stats would’ve been more impressive.
17. Steve Heiden
Steve Heiden is the first tight end on the list. He came over from the Chargers in 2002 and stayed on the team until 2009. During his time with the Browns, Heiden caught 187 passes, for 1,602 yards, with 12 touchdowns. Heiden was the team’s primary tight end for most of his 8-year career with the Browns, only really splitting time with Kellen Winslow.
16. Quincy Morgan
Fun fact, Quincy Morgan came to my high school to do a “stay in school” speech. Even funnier fact, he’s another got-dang second-round pick! He caught 133 receptions for 2,056 yards and 15 touchdowns. Morgan may best be known for his catch-that-wasn’t-a-catch against the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2002. The refs let the Browns have that one, payback for Bottlegate. Morgan though had a tendency to drop anything that wasn’t his paycheck however, thus holding him back from being something special.