5. Cleveland Browns WR Davion Davis
If the Browns are going to cut Davion Davis ,and it will probably happen, they better be darn sure he’s not the next big thing.
The unknown had another good game, leading the Browns with three catches for 45 yards. Of course, he had that spectacular touchdown catch against the Jaguars a week ago.
No, this isn’t to confuse Davis with Gary Collins. He’s going up against backups, but it’s clear he has talent. Some team will probably check-in on him after it’s clear he won’t make the Browns.
The receiving corps had a good week, with veteran Jarvis Landry serving as one of the stars of the joint practices. Donovan Peoples-Jones went super human on his lone target to haul in a Case Keenum pass that was five yards behind him.
Rashard Higgins should also be safe, so that’s four wideouts you can count on. I don’t know what to say about Anthony Schwartz, the speedster out of Auburn except that he can’t get on the field to play (hamstring).
For what it’s worth, KhaDarel Hodge helped himself with a nice touchdown grab early in the game and shouldn’t be ruled out. Perhaps that final receiver spot comes down to Natson or Felton.