By LG

Greg Little Browns Most Improved Player Greg Little the wide receiver for the Cleveland Browns that people wanted kicked off the team earlier in the season has shown he can play NFL football. The Browns have got a couple of guys that can catch the football now. The Most improved player on the 2012 Cleveland Browns has to be Greg Little. The guy caught 53 passes and is the only Cleveland Browns wide receiver to have caught a touchdown pass from all three Browns quarterbacks this season. Little just needed some time to transition form a college running back into a NFL wide receiver, the guy shows he can run routes and he can catch the football. Sure he suffered a bad case of the drops, that seems to be behind Little and he is now moving into becoming one of the teams most reliable receivers.

Little even was catching the poorly thrown footballs leaving the arm of the Browns rookie q.b. Brandon Weeden neat the end of the season. Some of the grabs Little made were not easy catches. I knew it was just a matter of time before this good-sized receiver would show his worth in the NFL. The guy is a beast and he can get much-needed yards after the catch too. Little is going to be a force in the NFL for years to come. Not only is he showing he can catch the football, he is showing he can make D.B.’s pay for trying to tackle him too.

Greg Little deserves praise. He did a great job putting the drops behind him and I for one can’t wait to see what he is capable of next season. If the Browns gave out a trophy for most improved player, it has to go to Greg Little for turning it around.

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