Jordan Norwood caught the longest pass today of 51 yards from quarterback Colt McCoy to set up a touchdown helping the Browns end a long drought. Norward went over the Middle as McCoy stepped up and delivered a on the money pass that Norwood would take to the Jacksonville 7 yard line to receive the longest pass of the game.
Norwood isn’t a name you hear often in the Browns games. With the way Jordan Norwood played this afternoon maybe not hearing his name often has contributed to the Browns losing so many games this season. The Penn State player has shown today he can run a route. Norwood is another player that has fought to find a spot on an N.F.L. roster. Originally signed by Cleveland as an undrafted free agent on May 1, 2009… Waived by Cleveland on September 5, 2009… Signed by Philadelphia to the practice squad on September 23, 2009… Signed by Philadelphia to the active roster on December 1, 2009… Waived by Philadelphia on December 7, 2009… Signed by Philadelphia to the practice squad on December 9, 2009… Waived by Philadelphia on September 4, 2010… Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad on September 6, 2010… Signed by Cleveland to the active roster on November 30, 2010.
The Browns can certainly use a guy like Norwood to help them get the ball down the field. I for one hope coach Shurmur continues to give this guy a chance to prove himself as an N.F.L. receiver.
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