"Nobody is ruled out," the source said of the Browns' draft board.
Barkley is reportedly in play to be the first running back taken No. 1 overall since 1995. Cleveland owns the No. 4 overall pick too, but it seems unlikely that the former Penn State standout will still be available at that spot.
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The Browns also have Duke Johnson to pair with Hyde, so adding Barkley could give Cleveland one of the league's most versatile and explosive backfields.
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