The Cleveland Browns will be sending four assistant coaches to work with draft-eligible players at the 97th East-West Shrine Bowl.
The annual game, which provides college players with the opportunity to work with NFL head coaches as they prepare for the NFL Draft, takes place on February 3 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
The assistant coaches from Cleveland who were selected to work with the players are defensive backs coach/pass game coordinator Jeff Howard, offensive coaching assistant Ryan Cordell, Bill Willis Coaching Fellow Ashton Grant and assistant offensive line coach Scott Peters. On the East team, Cordell will serve as running backs coach, according to clevelandbrowns.com.
With the Browns needing help at wide receiver and along the defensive line, most notably at defensive tackle, having coaches working with those units should add some valuable intel in addition to the team’s scouts when general manager Andrew Berry begins to build his draft board for the 2022 NFL Draft.