Jeffery Simmons is a controversial prospect. (Rogelio V. Solis, AP)
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Can Browns general manager John Dorsey afford to take another chance with a surprise video player hitting a woman?
NFL Network editor Daniel Jeremiah thinks it would be necessary for Mississippi state defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons, who was arrested for assaulting a woman while in high school.
Jeremiah said at a teleconference on Monday in the NFL Combine teleconference, which will start Tuesday in Indianapolis, that Simmons is a "home" choice for the Browns if they are willing to impose it on him. 2018 because of his recent torn ACL, and if they can reconcile what he did in high school, when he repeatedly hit a woman who was fighting with her sister.
With Dorsey recently recruiting halfback Kareem Hunt, it would be extremely risky to add another player to a similar incident of violence against women.
In this case, Simmons was not invited to the Combine because of the incident that caused him to suspend for a match at the university. But Jeremiah, a former Browns scout, insists that Simmons is reformed in every way.
He covered a number of Browns-related topics and some questions about Dwayne Haskins quarterback from the state of Ohio.
Here are some important points: