AFC Notes: Browns, Jets, Texans



  • Ohio OT Joe Lowery will work out privately for the Cleveland Browns. (Aaron Wilson)
  • Valdosta State CB Stephen Denmark has a top-30 visit with the Browns.  (Aaron Wilson)


  • Ralph Vacchiano of SNY writes that the Jets have high expectations on offense with RB Le’Veon Bell, WRs Jamison Crowder, Quincy Enunwa and Robby Anderson, and TE Chris Herndon fueling a hopeful second-year breakout for QB Sam Darnold.  
  • According to Vacchiano, it will probably take at least second-round pick for the Jets to trade down from No. 3 overall.  
  • Vacchiano does not expect the Jets to pick up LB Darron Lee‘s fifth-year option in the coming weeks.  
  • Vacchiano adds the Jets are comfortable with C Jonotthan Harrison and perhaps a draft pick at center.  
  • Jets HC Adam Gase believes he’ll be better prepared for the administrative aspect of being a head coach in his second opportunity.  
  • Vacchiano reports the internal expectations for the Jets are to make the playoffs, at the minimum.  


Former Texans WR Andre Johnson will work as a special adviser to HC Bill O’Brien and GM Brian Gaine with the hopes of someday becoming a general manager.  

“I’m learning the business of the game,” Johnson said, via John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. “I thought I might want to be a G.M. or run a team. I want to do everything I can to help the Texans win their first Super Bowl.” 

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