Boise State defensive lineman Billy Winn, whom the Browns selected in the sixth round (No. 205), spoke to reporters this afternoon during a conferene call. Here is a transcript:


(On if he is more comfortable at defensive tackle or end)- Im about halfway, right there in the middle. I feel like I have the versatility to play both. I am a quick learner. I can adapt to both and play both.


(On if he was expecting to be picked in the second round)- I was but scheme-wise, personnel-wise things change. I am just really excited to be a Brown.


(On if his medical concerns might have scared teams away)- They may or may have not, but like I said I am excited to go out there and compete. I am blessed to have this opportunity to play for the Browns.


(On what injury he had that teams would worry about)- I had a few during my career but those are in the past. This is me and I am here.


(On who he is as a player and what he needs to work on)- I am a good decision maker on the field. I make a lot of good things happen. Along with that, I make a conscientious effort on the field to stay in good position to make those plays and stay productive. I have great athleticism. Some area of concerns I would say are my fundamentals, no one is perfect at those. Everyone can get better at those.


(On if his weight lifting record was set in high school)- Yes, maam it was.


(On if he is still into lifting weights)- I take a lot of pride in the weight room. I strive to be the best in there. I feel like a lot of that in the weight room has set me up for what I am doing right now.