It seemed like Little was dropping as many passes as he was catching during his rookie season. Little, though, still is a neophyte at the position. He was converted from running back early in his college career at North Carolina and didn’t play in 2010 after being declared ineligible. At 6-foot-2 and 220 pounds with speed, Little has the physical tools to become a No. 1 wide receiver. He will get that chance, with the Browns having some of the NFL’s worst depth at the position. - Alex Marvez
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