The Cleveland Browns continue to lock up their 11 picks from last month’s draft, with 2nd rounder Mitchell Schwartz reportedly the latest to come to terms on a deal. The big offensive lineman from Cal is expected to fill the hole at the right tackle spot, which has been a revolving door opposite Joe Thomas for several years now. As with the other picks, Schwartz’s deal is a four-year contract.
He joins seven others who have already been signed. The remaining unsigned rookies, however, include both first round picks Trent Richardson and Brandon Weeden, who are both in Berea participating in rookie minicamp this weekend. As expected, Schwartz has been lined up at right tackle during the first day of camp.