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Breaking News: Cleveland Browns working out on the quarterback draft, hosting Tulane passer Michael Pratt.



The Cleveland Browns are doing their homework on the quarterbacks available in the draft, recently hosting Tulane passer Michael Pratt.

Pratt is the second draft prospect the Browns have hosted in recent weeks. Cleveland also wanted a closer look at former Tennessee QB Joe Milton.

Pratt is not a household name and is expected to be a mid- to late-round pick. Much like Dorian Thompson-Robinson — whom the Browns drafted in the fifth round last year — Pratt has lots of experience. He started 46 games at Tulane, amassing 9,611 yards and 90 touchdowns. Pratt tossed 26 interceptions and added 1,147 yards and 26 more touchdowns on the ground.

In his draft analysis,’s Lance Zierlein had to say about Pratt.

Highly experienced and a respected team leader, Pratt has shown consistent improvement from season to season. Pratt has done a nice job of making safe decisions instead of reckless ones and throws with touch over all three levelsHe struggles to throw with consistent accuracy and placement on intermediate throws. Also, he appears to lack the anticipation and field awareness to beat NFL coverage across the field. Pratt has Day 3 potential but will be in a battle to win a future backup role.

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