The Browns used a fifth-round pick (160th overall) on 6-foot-7 Colorado guard Ryan Miller. Here is the question and answer exchange from his teleconference:


Q) How does your height (6-foot7) come into play when you’re on the line?


A) “It gives me a lot more power in the legs so I can bend and really extend that leverage out on guys on the outside. With that height, I also being long arms.”


Q) A lot of people project you as a tackle. Did the Browns talk to you about that possibility?


A) “They took me as an O lineman, so I can play guard or tackle. One of my better suits is that I’m versatile.”


Q) You had some injuries throughout college, are you healthy now?


A) “Early on in my sophomore year I got hit with a few injuries. But you learn from them. You learn not everything is going to go smooth and you adapt. That’s what happened and I'm now I’ve been injury free for a while. It’s been great, now I just got the new body jewelry.”


Q) Have you visualized yourself as an NFL player by watching a lot of games and picturing yourself in those situations?


A) “I have. I know the speed of the game is much faster than in college. But there’s really only two ways to play football: run the ball and pass the ball. Each team kind of has some similarities whether it be NFL, college or high school. Power is power and zone is zone.”


Q) The draft guides say your best game was against Ndamukong Suh. Is that when you realized you could play in the NFL?


A) “The against Suh was one of my better games. I figured early on I was going to be in the NFL. Actually, my junior year in high school, it was my high school coach who laid the path down and really gave me the tools to really work.”


Q) How would describe the way you play football?


A) “I try to play aggressive. I try to play vicious and until the whistle blows. I might not be the most technically sound, but I’ll give you my all. I’ll bleed, bite, claw and scratch to get the job done.”


Q) Where did your nasty streak come from?


A) “I think it came in high school when we ran the ball on every play. I just have this tough guy mentality of nothing in life is easy and you get what you work for. It’s always kind of just been do or die for me really most days of my life.”


Q) A basketball coach always wants a guy with your height. Have you played hoops or are you strictly a football guy?


A) “Basketball I played in middle school. I wrestled in high school, that’s where some of the nastiness came from when you’re matched up one-on-one on a guy and it was my will against his.”