Too many analysts and experts have already labeled Browns WR Greg Little as only a No. 2 receiver, but this judgement has come after only his rookie season, where he played football for the first time in approximately 12 months due to his season-long suspension at UNC.
Ridiculous? You betcha.
Little is the forgotten piece in the Browns' offense this offseason with nearly every person seeking out the Browns to select a receiver high in the draft. Especially now that Cleveland has drafted both running back Trent Richardson and quarterback Brandon Weeden in the first round.
With the spotlight focusing in on Richardson and Weeden, this gives Little the opportunity to quietly go about his business of developing and growing into a better WR in his second year—which can also be one of the more difficult years to progress through for a young wideout.