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NFL Scouting Combine: Potential target file — Browns have talked to Notre Dame WR Michael Floyd

By Nate Ulrich Published: February 25, 2012
FILE - In this Oct. 9, 2010 file photo, Notre Dame wide receiver Michael Floyd carries the ball during the second half of an NCAA college football game against the Pittsburgh in South Bend, Ind. Notre Dame has reinstated Floyd to the football team four months after his arrest on drunken driving charges. Coach Brian Kelly said Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2011, that he was comfortable with Floyd's return because the senior has shown personal growth (AP Photo/Michael Conroy, File)

Notre Dame wide receiver Michael Floyd

Height: 6 feet, 2  5/8 inches.

Weight: 220 pounds. projection: First-round pick.

Breakdown: Floyd said he has talked to the Browns, who desperately need to upgrade their receiving corps. If the Browns decide to target Floyd, he might be available when they're put on the clock with the 22nd overall pick -- assuming they don't trade the selection. Floyd said he takes pride in being a well-rounded receiver. He said he's comfortable playing outside or in the slot, blocking and, of course, making big plays. "I think I have all the capabilities," he said. "Not saying there’s stuff I’m the best at. There’s stuff I need to improve on for sure. But (I'm) just making sure I have (everything) in my arsenal and I’m ready to learn." Floyd has faced questions about his character at the combine. He was charged with a DUI last January, one of three times he was arrested during his time at Notre Dame. Now he'll try to convince NFL teams that he has changed. "I went to alcohol classes at school with a certain counselor and with a whole bunch of kids from Notre Dame that were kind of going through some problems, too," Floyd said. "It was a good experience and I liked it. ... I think I've grown a lot. Coming to the NFL, now I think you do have to mature a great deal. ... This is a professional sport and you gotta act like a professional."


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