The Browns selected Colorado guard Ryan Miller this afternoon in the fifth round (No. 160 overall) of the NFL Draft.


The Browns acquired the 160th selection in 2010 as part of their deal with the Denver Broncos involving quarterback Brady Quinn.


The 6-foot-7, 321-pound Miller started all 37 games during the past three seasons. He started seven of 10 games as a freshman in 2007, but he appeared in only four games the next season because he suffered a broken left fibula and was granted a medical hardship.


Most of his collegiate experience was at right guard, but he played some right tackle, too. He said he believes he's versatile enough to play either position in the NFL.


The Browns now have four picks remaining in the third and final day of the draft. They are in the sixth (Nos. 204 and 205) and seventh (Nos. 245 and 247) rounds. Those selections cannot be traded because they are compensatory picks.