Everyone knows that the Browns biggest question mark heading into the 2013 season is the secondary. The cornerback position in particular is deep in question, with several unproven players vying to be paired with Joe Haden as a starter.
One of these guys is going to have to step forward and make a name for himself. According to ESPN Cleveland’s Tony Grossi, there has been one player in particular that has been catching a lot of eyes. Of course. I am talking about everyone’s favorite nickel back, Buster Skrine. He’s been working with the first team in OTA’s, opposite Haden. The Browns starting corner has loved what he has seen from Buster.
“Buster’s playing at a really high level,” Haden told me. “I never saw him play this good before. He’s making plays every day. People aren’t catching the ball on him. He’s doing a really good job.”
Chris Owens, third-round pick Leon McFadden, and Skrine will be locked into this battle through training camp and it will be interesting to see how things play out here.